electrons to ecosystems

Interethnic genetic similarities and differences (2)

From Massivesci.com Simulating evolution helped scientists design a better virus: It sounds like an arcane superpower. It boils down to random mutation and selection  January 9, 2018 See also: In an information ecosystem that grows ever more politically siloed, such lines of study are worth pursuing. January 11, 2018 Information ecosystems are energy-dependent. See: MicroRNA + cadherin The creation of adhesion proteins prevents genomic entropy. On January 11, 2018 Nadja (Chief Content Officer) from Massivesci.com wrote: We’re in the midst…

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For God and Country

Kinetically Stable Thermodynamically Activated Cell Metabolism (4)

Experience-dependent pauses link the de novo creation of enzymes to the de novo creation of G protein-coupled receptors that link olfaction and the visual integration of other sensory input. That fact has been placed into the context of the “hard-problem” of consciousness. See: What makes mosquitoes attracted to Platanthera orchids? Delivering pulses of specific chemicals (EAGs) to the mosquitoes also provided a better understanding of the way orchids attract and use the mosquitoes to get pollinated. Interspecific differences among orchid…

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From Autophagy.pro (transitions)

Summary: Who lets biologically uninformed theorists make presumptions about evolution after all serious scientists have linked light-harvesting from energy-dependent changes in electrons to ecosystems in all living genera via natural selection for food energy-dependent codon optimality. Who lets them pretend not to know that the pheromone-controlled physiology of reproduction links autophagy to the transgenerational epigenetic inheritance of healthy longevity? Who is causing the unnecessary suffering and premature death of your loved ones? Elsevier publishing supports the pseudoscientific nonsense touted by…

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Is it time to abandon The Second Law?

Experiment shows that arrow of time is a relative concept, not an absolute one The hot nucleus grew hotter while the cold nucleus grew colder. This observation did not violate the second law of thermodynamics, the group explains, because the second law assumes there are no correlations between particles. Who would have guessed that the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics was based on any assumption? See for comparison. See: Quantized energy links olfaction from angstroms to ecosystems parts 1 and 2…

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Schrodinger’s answer to Schrodinger’s question (2)

Summary: Neo-Darwinian pseudoscientific nonsense should never have achieved any level of acceptance — even among scientists who are biologically uninformed science idiots. Beyond blanket terms: Challenges for the explanatory value of variational (neuro-)ethology: Comment on “Answering Schrödinger’s question: A free-energy formulation” by Maxwell James Désormeau Ramstead et al Paywalled My summary: The commenters complain that the answer to Schrödinger’s question is framed in the context of a “Just-So” story. The theoretical construct places a “… spatio-temporal Markov blanket around the entire…

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Light-activated error free DNA repair

Summary: The same set of microRNAs controls expression of the genes for rate-limiting enzymes, which control differences in the hormone production of different hormones in insects and crustaceans. That fact led to this claim in: The secret to safe DNA repair. …if you don’t have this enzyme, then this error-free repair is stopped. You can’t do it. If you can’t do the error-free repair, among other things that happen is that you expect these cells to be cancer prone. The…

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Eating electrons and excreting degraded energy

Summary: The tenacity of energy-dependent life extends from quantum physics to quantum souls via what is known about the birds and the bees (and bacteria). Simply put, if they don’t eat, they die. Neuroscience—and the new weapons of the mind Dietary modification also shows increasing promise for the exogenous manipulation of neurotransmitter signaling. Recent research into the effects on brain chemistry of the microbiome—the bacterial flora located in the human gut traditionally thought to aid in digestion—shows significant potential for…

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The next reformation: 500 years too late? (1)

Summary: The next reformation links the creation of the sense of smell to all biodiversity in the context of biophysically constrained viral latency. The vibrational theory of olfaction for the win Although there is nothing comparable to this kind of insight into the molecular world of scent within the shapist mentality, we should probably thank its supporters for making this battle of ideas so epic. There may yet be time for two more big events in the field, one a…

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The next reformation: 500 years too late? (2)

The problem for those who use definitions is that everything known about the links from food energy-dependent changes in electrons to ecosystems must now be ignored. Last week, publications in Nature and in Science linked energy-dependent changes in base editing to RNA editing, which means that all the ignorance of biologically uninformed theorists can be placed into the context of Feynman’s claims about “human idiocy.” See also: RNA editing and alternative splicing: the importance of co-transcriptional coordination Apparently, the theorists…

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From base editing to RNA editing

Base Editing Now Able to Convert Adenine-Thymine to Guanine-Cytosine “Nature conveniently provides us with cytosine deaminase enzymes that operate on DNA,” Liu tells The Scientist. The creation of quantized energy in sunlight links energy as information from electrons to ecosystems via the physiology of reproduction in all living genera. The claim that “Nature” provides us with cytosine deaminase enzymes makes it seem that the enzymes emerged and automagically evolved to become purposeful and meaningful in the context of ridiculous theories…

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  • What Darwin proved: there’s no such thing as a species
    GENETICS As Animals Mingle, a Baffling Genetic Barrier A short stretch of DNA is challenging what it means to be a species. By: Emily Singer August 5, 2014 Excerpt: “Scientists have dubbed such regions of the genome “islands of speciation.” The persistence of such islands is a phenomenon that has been observed in a variety of […]
  • Randomness and Divine Providence
    A Q&A on randomness and God’s providence …the main goal is to really put together a collection of scholarly studies of these issues: physicists, biologists, […]