Cyanobacteria

MicroRNA-mediated population control (9)

See first: MicroRNA-mediated population control (8) 8/6/21 Light-activated microRNA biogenesis and peptide synthesis at the origin of life link biophysical constraints on the 2nd Law of thermodynamics  to microRNA-mediated biophysically constrained viral latency in all model organisms. Added support for the facts were published on 8/11/21. See: Decreased inhibition of exosomal miRNAs on SARS-CoV-2 replication underlies poor outcomes in elderly people and diabetic patients The facts were reported as: Study finds four circulating miRNAs which could effectively inhibit SARS-CoV-2 replication…

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MicroRNA-mediated population control (5)

Visualizing a protonated RNA state that modulates microRNA-21 maturation 10/26/20 and Visualization and characterization of RNA–protein interactions in living cells 7/27/21 cannot be linked to stupid theories about the automagical emergence of energy from the cosmic void or theories that link beneficial mutations during the past billions to millions of years to our evolution from pond scum or light-activated carbon fixation in cyanobacteria. For contrast, the visualizations support this claim: “Post-transcriptional modifications, especially phosphorylation play crucial roles in regulation of…

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microRNA-mediated replication cycles (10)

See first: microRNA-mediated replication cycles (9) Conclusion from Guenther Witzany What is Life? 3/18/20 …new nucleotide sequences now appear to have originated from social agents such as viruses, their parasitic relatives, and related RNA networks, not from errors. A new definition of life must integrate the current empirical knowledge about interactions between cells, viruses, and RNA networks to provide a better explanatory power than the twentieth century narrative. The twentieth century narrative led to curated news reports that favored stupid…

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microRNA-mediated replication timing (1)

The phylogenetic utility and functional constraint of microRNA flanking sequences links the patent for naturally occurring light-activated carbon fixation to viral latency and healthy longevity across kingdoms. The patent: RNA-Guided Human Genome Engineering was linked from functional constraints to gain-of-function research in High-Quality Overlapping Paired-End Reads for the Detection of A-to-I Editing on Small RNA WHO failed to examine the problems associated with gain-of-function research, which researchers now suggest led to the creation of SARs-CoV-2. The creation of SARs-CoV-2 can be…

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Light-activated carbon fixation did not evolve (5)

See first: The tipping point (revisited): 120K 5/12/21 Church Speaks: The cyanobacteria fix [carbon via] light…Under ideal circumstances, they can be maybe seven to ten times more productive per photon.” George M. Church et al patented this naturally occurring process. On 5/12/21, I was pleasantly surprised to see the facts represented in this trail-side placard at Canyonlands National Park. The facts make this patent worthless: RNA-Guided Human Genome Engineering See why: Light-activated binding together of sand and other soil particles…

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2018 March for Science vs microRNAs

Summary: Only biologically uninformed theorists and other pseudoscientists do not seem to know that all carbon-based life is quantized energy-dependent and that biophotonic energy as information comes from the sun. It is obvious to all serious scientists that proton gradients link photons from quantized energy as information to the proton motive force, which is how the potential of hydrogen (pH) is linked to changes in the microRNA/messenger RNA balance that biophysically constrain viral latency in the context of hydrogen-atom transfer…

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Sympatric speciation vs pseudoscientic nonsense (2)

This is how intermittent fasting protects us from viruses in the context of using stored fat for quantized energy-dependent RNA-mediated DNA repair. Fat cells converted into stem cells can repair any damaged tissues (video 3:48) Some whales use the molecular mechanisms of quantized energy-dependent RNA-mediated DNA repair during their migration, which is when they may not eat anything until after completing their route. See for details: Energy as information and constrained endogenous RNA interference (video 6:46) Feedback loops link quantized…

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Q and A: Energy-dependent cell type differentiation

Richard Lenski and other theorists will not discuss the amount of pseudoscientific nonsense they have included in their ridiculous claims. Rarely does anyone else attempt to unravel their claims in the context of the reports I will cite below, or in other reports that refute ridiculous neo-Darwinian theories. Recently, however, Greg Thurston made an honorable effort to learn about energy-dependent biophysically constrained cause and effect via a series of questions that could be answered with minimal jargon. Q and A…

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Bacteria see the light and they adapt

Cyanobacteria use micro-optics to sense light direction Excerpt: From the observed dimensions of the spot of 488 nm light focused by Synechocystis cells (Figure 3c) we can estimate that Synechocystis “vision” has an angular resolution (FWHM) of about 21°, essentially limited by light wavelength and the area of the plasma membrane, which is tiny in comparison to an animal retina. However, this resolution is sufficient to incorporate quite complex spatial information into a 360° image of the cell’s surroundings, and…

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