networks

Your indifference is killing you and others

Summary: Coherence-inducing mechanisms is double-speak for mechanisms that are nutrient-dependent and pheromone-controlled. Feedback loops link odor and pheromone signaling with reproduction has been presented in double-speak as Looplessness in networks is linked to trophic coherence We are currently studying the entropy of the coherence ensemble we defined for this work. “In general, higher trophic coherence would be associated with lower entropy states, which means that if networks are more coherent than the random expectation there must indeed be some kind…

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Military combat training to fight disease

Q: What is the extent of your formal scientific education? I see that you attended the University of Nevada at some point. A: I had already been trained in the military to combat evolutionary theory (see also Combating Evolution to Fight Disease). After time spent in the hospital medical records department, I became the liaison between people who were being processed for medical discharge and the Medical Evaluation Board, I organized case histories that included all testing and learned about…

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Single-cell level assay of protein biosynthesis and degradation

High-throughput detection of miRNAs and gene-specific mRNA at the single-cell level by flow cytometry Excerpt: “We use this technique to show modulation of a microRNA critical for T-cell function, miR-155. We adapt this assay for simultaneous detection of mRNA and proteins by ImageStream technology.” Reported as: Technology breakthrough reveals cellular transcription process My comment: Their assay simultaneously detects epigenetically-effected changes in the miRNA/mRNA balance and proteins, which link nutrient-uptake to the physical landscape of DNA in the organized genomes of…

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From deep time into real time: What evolutionary processes?

Rapid evolution of a native species following invasion by a congener Abstract excerpt: “…the lizard Anolis carolinensis moved to higher perches following invasion by Anolis sagrei and, in response, adaptively evolved larger toepads after only 20 generations.” My comment: This indicates that the behavior evolved before the species, in response, evolved larger toepads. Reported as: Florida lizards evolve rapidly, within 15 years and 20 generations Karl Grammer’s comment: “Proofs for evolutionary processes…” What evolutionary processes? RNA-directed DNA methylation links the…

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