mass and energy

Epigenetic inheritance of spatiotemporal regulation

Excerpt: The perception of time thus varies between people and may depend at least in part on personality. These results open up a new avenue for studying and manipulating how we process social situations. This could eventually benefit people who struggle with social interactions, such as those with autism spectrum disorders. Link opens the pdf: Olfaction Warps Visual Time Perception Concluding paragraph: In physics, space-time is warped by the distribution of mass and energy in it (Hwaking 1988). Our findings,…

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Pseudoscientists hate what science explains!

Science explains why we see colours differently (video) For experimental evidence of top-down causation linked to explanatory power, see: Olfaction Warps Visual Time Perception  The scientists linked the sense of smell in bacteria from the pheromone-controlled physiology of reproduction to our visual perception of mass and energy via what is known to serious scientists about the space-time continuum and differences in color perception.They make sense of science in the context of energy as information that must be biophysically constrained. See:…

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Energy-dependent physical and biophysical constraints (5)

Summary: Emmy Noethe’s theorems were developed in the early 1900’s. Richard Feynman inadvertently or purposefully alluded to them as examples of human idiocy. Discover Magazine resurrected the examples of human idiocy in a 2017 article. For comparison, Choi et al., (2017) support the claims that intercellular and interkingdom communication is energy-dependent and controlled by the metabolism of food energy to pheromones. It is obvious that pheromones biophysically constrain the virus-driven degradation of messenger RNA. That fact links everything currently known…

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