methionine

Natural selection for adaptation (2)

See first: Natural selection for adaptation (1) It’s been 20 days since biologically uninformed science idiots reported everything known to intelligent serious scientists about natural selection for biophysically constrained viral latency and ecologically adapted phenotypes in the context of cryptic transmission. See: Altered chromatin states drive cryptic transcription in aging mammalian stem cells 8/2/21 This nonsense was reported on 8/3/21 as Aging Cells May Lose Control of Where an mRNA Sequence Starts The cell’s machinery ‘reads’ DNA sequences in sets…

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Anti-entropic sunlight: Schrödinger’s Creationist Secret? (4)

Summary: Antagonists such as John Hewitt have exhausted my patience. Now see this: The authors invented the term “phosphate steering”  in an attempt to obfuscate what has been known to all serious scientists about oxidative phosphorylation for more than 50 years. See: “oxidative phosphorylation” microRNA  (105 entries); “oxidative phosphorylation” (21955 entries) and “phosphate steering” (1 entry) Compare the nonsense about phosphae steering to facts in the context of Modern diversification of the amino acid repertoire driven by oxygen (2017) published…

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Respiration-dependent endogenous RNA interference

If you are a theorist, please take a deep breath before beginning to read this. The speed of light on contact with water has been linked from the level of oxygen on Earth to all biodiversity via the physiology of pheromone-controlled reproduction and the transgenerational epigenetic inheritance of all morphological and behavioral phenotypes in all living genera. @jvkohl 15h15 hours ago  It’s “game over” for all theorists. There’s a new game in town. https://www.kicktraq.com/projects/geniusgames/cytosis-a-cell-biology-board-game/ … It’s an evolutionary theory killer. @jvkohl…

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Effect and affect of a single base-pair change

Junk DNA: A Journey Through the Dark Matter of the Genome Hardcover – April 14, 2015 by Nessa Carey New Book on “Junk DNA” Surveys the Functions of Non-Coding DNA Review by Casey Luskin Excerpt: “We now know that in some cases just a single base-pair change in an apparently irrelevant region of the genome can have a definite effect” (p. 201) My comment: A single base-pair change “… appears to result in species-specific organism-level changes in skin, glands, and…

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MicroRNAs and memory

Diet rich in methionine may promote memory loss Excerpt: “We are looking further into epigenetic factors like microRNA and other downstream genes that could be associated with memory loss.” See also: Nutrient-dependent pheromone-controlled ecological adaptations: from atoms to ecosystems (an invited review of nutritional epigenetic) Abstract excerpt: “This atoms to ecosystems model of ecological adaptations links nutrient-dependent epigenetic effects on base pairs and amino acid substitutions to pheromone-controlled changes in the microRNA / messenger RNA balance and chromosomal rearrangements. The…

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Glycine and GnRH: Am I being pedantic?

Posted to the FB page on 12/3/14 at Skeptics; Atheists; Realists; Agnostics; Humanists Stephen Hawking and Brian Cox take part in Monty Python sketch – video Excerpt: “I think you are being pedantic.” My comment: Some people may think I am being pedantic. My focus is not on physics; it is on the role of GnRH in cell type differentiation. My focus now extends from what is known about quantum physics, quantum smell, chirality, quantum biology, and quantum consciousness. What is known about chirality…

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