degradation

Schrodinger’s answer to Schrodinger’s question

There is no such thing as de novo control of electrons or self-assembly. Answering Schrödinger’s question: A free-energy formulation The free-energy principle (FEP) is a formal model of neuronal processes that is widely recognised in neuroscience as a unifying theory of the brain and biobehaviour. More recently, however, it has been extended beyond the brain to explain the dynamics of living systems, and their unique capacity to avoid decay. They don’t understand the question that Schrodinger answered. He linked the…

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Energy-dependent pheromone-controlled entropy (4)

Solar-driven reforming of lignocellulose to H2 with a CdS/CdOx photocatalyst Reported as: Scientists harness solar power to produce clean hydrogen from biomass They claim that the rigid structure of nature’s equivalent to armored concrete evolved to protect plants and trees from degradation. They don’t make claims about what might cause the degradation. They start with the likelihood that degradation automagically occurs. That led them to design a combination of catalyst and solution that mimics how the anti-entropic energy of sunlight…

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Theistic evolutionists fight back and lose (2)

For a historical perspective on the amount of ignorance theistic evolutionists and atheists have repeatedly displayed as they ignored everything known about the energy-dependent RNA-mediated de novo creation of genes, see: The heat shock response is self-regulated at both the transcriptional and posttranscriptional levels (1982) Thirty-five years later, there is another clear indication that theorists and atheists will never consider the fact that there must be an anti-entropic virucidal source of energy. See for example: HSP90 Shapes the Consequences of…

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Fighting for virus-driven pathology

See my series of 5 posts on the tipping point, which was reached when more than 50,000 indexed publications mentioned microRNAs The tipping point? 50, 000 publications May 16, 2016 See also: MicroRNA analysis in mouse neuro-2a cells after pseudorabies virus infection A total of eight viral miRNA were identified, and ten host miRNAs showed significantly different expression upon PRV infection. Among these, five were analyzed by stem-loop RT-qPCR, which confirmed the above data. Interestingly, these viral miRNAs were mainly…

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Energy-dependent RNA methylation (3)

I wrote: Stop trying to claim anything about energy-dependent cause and effect on any other site including your own. You betrayed my trust in you. I do not take that lightly. On 6/4/16, Tomi Aalto replied: “You don’t own the knowledge.” My comment: Researchers own nothing without patents based on the knowledge. They do not own the knowledge that leads others to learn more about what has been accurately portrayed in the context of biophysically constrained biologically-based cause and effect.…

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Neo-Darwinism vs the neocortex

From Fertilization to Adult Sexual Behavior Excerpt: (with my emphasis) Small intranuclear proteins also participate in generating alternative splicing techniques of pre-mRNA and, by this mechanism, contribute to c in at least two species, Drosophila melanogaster and Caenorhabditis elegans…. That similar proteins perform functions in humans suggests the possibility that some human sex differences may arise from alternative splicings of otherwise identical genes. Alternative splicing as a switch to enhance neuroprotection under stress Excerpt: Alternative splicing is an important post-transcriptional…

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Stress-perturbed mitochondrial dysfunction (2)

See also: Stress-perturbed mitochondrial dysfunction Biologically uniformed science idiots either refuse to discuss facts or try to bury them beneath the pseudoscientific nonsense of their ridiculous claims. Study connects mitochondria to psychological stress response and species resilience See the discussion of this news report on the Neuroscience FB group. With one exception, I’ve included only my own comments because my comments are tractable across what is currently known to serious scientists at a time when anonymous fools hope to disrupt…

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Hijacked light energy and vertebrate pathology

The spectrum of the sun Excerpt: Here are all the visible colors of the Sun, produced by passing the Sun’s light through a prism-like device. … Since different types of gas absorb different colors of light, it is possible to determine what gasses compose the Sun. Helium, for example, was first discovered in 1870 on a solar spectrum and only later found here on Earth. Today, the majority of spectral absorption lines have been identified — but not all. Most…

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Exosomes and the RNA-mediated future of medicine (3)

September 11, 2015 Case Western Reserve scientists discover long-sought genetic mechanism for cancer progression Excerpt: Action of a key lncRNA different in colon cancer versus normal colon tissue My comment: In yet another ridiculous misrepresentation of all that is currently known about how the epigenetic landscape is linked to the physical landscape of DNA in all cell types of all individuals of all living genera, these researchers are reporting epigenetic links between metabolic networks and genetic networks as if the…

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Exosomes and the RNA-mediated future of medicine

The Exosome Is Recruited to RNA Substrates through Specific Adaptor Proteins Reported as: The exosome regulates the processing, degradation, and surveillance of a plethora of RNA species. Excerpt: …the exosome employs a general mechanism of recruitment to defined substrates and that this process is regulated through adaptor proteins. Journal article excerpt: (subscription required) The nuclear exosome processes precursors of numerous stable RNA species (Allmang et al., 1999) (rRNA, snoRNA, and snRNA) and degrades by-products of RNA processing reactions. Additionally, it…

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