Evolution Industry

Energy as information and Infowars

Conclusion: The release of the game “Cytosis” supports science via the ability of personalized learning to teach anyone over the age of 10 that the anti-entropic virucidal energy of sunlight exemplifies energy as information and the virus-driven degradation of messenger RNA links mutations to all pathology. Unique Visual Stimulation May be New Treatment for Alzheimer’s Using LED lights flickering at a specific frequency, MIT researchers have shown that they can substantially reduce the beta amyloid plaques seen in Alzheimer’s disease,…

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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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Theorists sell hidden energy

Dan Rather on Journalism & Finding the Truth in the News Learn to ask the right questions & tell captivating stories. I have rarely been asked a question by any journalist. For comparison, many theorists and antagonists claim my truthful answers are wrong. The fact that journalists don’t ask the right questions and the fact that theorists assume truthful answers are wrong leaves many people with doubts about evolution. Many more people have become frightened by the fact that they…

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Evolved patterns of brain stimulation

Evolving deep brain stimulation patterns The method works very similarly to biological evolution, but it occurs inside of a computer,” said Grill. “In our world, instead of a giraffe’s neck getting longer to reach higher leaves, the positions of electric pulses change so that the pattern gets better over time. The pattern that gets better over time is one that theorists claim has evolved. They are wrong. Natural selection for energy-dependent codon optimality in the context of autophagy is linked…

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2016 obfuscated facts about energy as information

Illumination of the fluorescent biomarker in green revealed that the adult mouse brain could be infected by Zika in a region called the subgranular zone of the hippocampus. Full of neural progenitor cells, this part of the brain is important in learning and memory. Credit: Laboratory of Pediatric Brain Disease at The Rockefeller University/Cell Stem Cell As reported by Bob Yirka in: Best of Last Year – The top Medical Xpress articles of 2016 a team of MIT biologists reported…

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Metabolic Phenotyping Research

Global Consortium to Conduct Metabolic Phenotyping Research Consortium members in six countries will use chromatography, mass spectrometry, and other technologies to conduct metabolic phenotyping research that examines the dynamic interactions between genes, environments, microbiomes, diets, and lifestyles, and their collective impact on disease. My Predictions. 1. They will link energy as information to healthy longevity. 2. They will report their findings as if they discovered new molecular mechanisms. 3. The mechanisms will link the anti-entropic virucidal energy of ultraviolet light…

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Hecatombic evolution via oncocers and oncohistones

Mutation-driven evolution is being replaced by a theory of hecatombic evolution that links oncocers and oncohistones to increasing organismal complexity via autophosphorylation and autophagy or something else as yet to be invented in the context of the new ridiculous theory. See for comparison: Polycomb enables primitive endoderm lineage priming in embryonic stem cells Abstract excerpt: We show that altered transcription is the driver of these coordinated changes, known as lineage priming, in a process that exploits novel polycomb activities. What…

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Did “Nature” kill Steve Jobs? (3)

So Many Research Scientists, So Few Openings as Professors Excerpt: Even someone as brilliant as Emmanuelle Charpentier, who in 2015 became head of the Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology after a momentous discovery in gene editing, spent the previous 25 years moving through nine institutions in five countries. My comment: Why did she move around so much when in the same year, on 07/02/2015, George Church and colleagues filed a patent application for “RNA-Guided Human Genome Engineering.” Excerpt: Repetitive…

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Selective reporting of inferences: examples of pseudoscience

In the narrative of this presentation on RNA mediated molecular epigenetics and virus driven entropy, I mentioned that Cori Bargmann is scheduled to deliver a lecture entitled “Genes, neurons, circuits and behavior: an integrated approach in a compact brain.” An integrated approach will help others understand what is currently known about how ecological variation leads to ecological adaptation. Works, like hers, with the nematode model organism will help others understand how ecological adaptation leads to biodiversity in the morphological phenotypes…

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Creating gravity, nucleic acids, receptors, and supercoiled DNA (2)

See also: Creating gravity, nucleic acids, receptors, and supercoiled DNA Scientists make first direct detection of gravitational waves Excerpt: Almost 100 years ago today, Albert Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves — ripples in the fabric of space-time that are set off by extremely violent, cosmic cataclysms in the early universe. With his knowledge of the universe and the technology available in 1916, Einstein assumed that such ripples would be “vanishingly small” and nearly impossible to detect. My comment:…

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