MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are essential non-coding riboregulators of gene expression in plants and animals… plants use multiple mechanisms to control miRNA accumulation.
All of the mechanisms are light-activated and they biophysically constrain viral latency across kingdoms via the physiology of reproduction.
…plants alter microRNA (miRNA) biogenesis in response to light transition.
See for comparison: Ignoring light-activated microRNA biogenesis 10/16/18
He frames his claims in the context of random mutations and evolved biodiversity despite the facts that serious scientists have detailed. For example, ages 10+ can learn how the creation of subatomic particles must be linked from cytosis to biophysically constrained viral latency and sympatric speciation.
The physiology of reproduction is linked to heredity in species from soil bacteria to humans via EDAR V370A (an amino acid substitution) in mice; in populations found in North and East Asia; and in populations in the New World.
I could go on about the facts about cell type differentiation for hours or refer you to MicroRNA.pro or one of my other domains. Alternatively, you could see the work that was published today: “MicroRNAs buffer genetic variation at specific temperatures during embryonic development” for comparison to our 1996 review of molecular epigenetics: “From Fertilization to Adult Sexual Behavior“
For the link from the physiology of reproduction in plants to pheromone-regulated genetic processes and all biodiversity across kingdoms, see also: MicroRNA Involvement in Signaling Pathways During Viral Infection 3/10/20
Though scientists are far from completely understanding all the molecular mechanisms behind the complex cross-talks between miRNA pathways and viral infections, the general knowledge is increasing on the different roles played by miRNAs during viral infections.