accumulated mutations

Ab initio cell wall invention, emergence, and evolution (1)

Suzan Mazur continues to make giant leaps forward for all serious scientists by forcing pseudoscientists to admit that they know nothing about the energy-dependent de novo creation of life. That means they know nothing about how virus-driven energy theft causes the degradation of messenger RNA (mRNA) that links loss of function from bacteria to archaea and L-forms (without a cell wall). For comparison, nutrient energy-dependent viral latency prevents the virus-driven degradation of supercoiled DNA. Mazur’s recent chat with Jeffery Errington…

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Energy-dependent coulombic, autophagic, polycombic healthy longevity

Mitophagy is the selective degradation of mitochondria by autophagy. See also this excerpt: Disorders in energy creation by mitochondria can cause cellular degeneration… Mitochondria do not create energy.  They link the creation of the sun’s anti-entropic virucidal energy to RNA-mediated cell type differentiation via biophysically constrained DNA repair. Energy-dependent autophagy links mitophagy to supercoiled DNA via the innate immune system and RNA-mediated repair of damaged DNA. Repair is nutrient-energy dependent. Separating mitophagy from autophagy is one way to prevent people…

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Biologists puzzled by evolved RNAs and decaying DNA

Horizontal Transfer of Entire Genomes via Mitochondrial Fusion in the Angiosperm Amborella (December, 2013) Excerpt) “The ancestral angiosperm-wide genome duplication apparent in the Amborella genome not only serves as a genetic marker for the origin of extant angiosperms, but it may also have set in motion a series of events as numerous genes evolved novel functions, eventually leading to modern flowering plants.” See also: The Amborella Genome and the Evolution of Flowering Plants Excerpt) “Evolution of Small RNAs More than…

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