physiology of reproduction

MicroRNA-mediated denuclearization

Kim Says North Korea Is Stopping Nuclear and Missile Tests Early today, he said the country was stopping nuclear and missile tests and shuttering its atomic test site, which has “done its job.” Those concessions were long demanded by the U.S., lifting hopes that next Friday’s planned summit between Kim and South Korean President Moon Jae-in will be conducted in good faith. Added Perspective Emergence of Human G2P[4] Rotaviruses in the Post-vaccination Era in South Korea: Footprints of Multiple Interspecies…

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Part 3: Light-controlled cell biology (revisited)

Your cells are constantly being shed and replaced—so is your body ever completely refreshed? Does anything remain of the body that existed on Jan. 1, 2017? 2007? The day you were born? (video) Out of Order: Undaunted  …as I prepared for this issue’s Special Report on Microbiomics (starting on page 19), I am stunned by what I am only starting to understand. That our individual existence as humans may only be 10 percent of what we see in the mirror—and…

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An evolutionary theory killer

How to create biologically uninformed theorists

Summary: On March 2, 2018, Philip C. Ball and Nick Lane started making claims about proton gradients. Their claims are based on my model of quantized energy as information. This post includes added support for what is known to all serious scientists about the light-activated endogenous substrates that link molecular epigenetics to RNA-mediated autophagy. See first: Energy as information and constrained endogenous RNA interference (audio/visual aid 2017) Feedback loops link quantized energy as information to biophysically constrained RNA-mediated protein folding…

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Ecological adaptation: a new definition of heredity (4)

Experimentally Induced Metamorphosis in Axolotl (Ambystoma mexicanum) Under Constant Diet Restructures Microbiota Accompanied by Reduced Limb Regenerative Capacity (2018) Our results show that distinct bacterial communities inhabit individual organs of Axolotl and undergo substantial restructuring through metamorphosis. The restructuring during metamorphosis is biophysically constrained by feedback loops that link olfaction from food odors and pheromones to the creation of enzymes in bacteria and the secretion of the vertebrate decapeptide hormone GnRH (gonadotropin releasing hormone). See: Gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist binding in…

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Anti-entropic sunlight: Schrödinger’s Creationist Secret? (5)

Anti-entropic sunlight: Schrödinger’s Creationist Secret? (3) The list of those scheduled to present has changed. Michael Rosbash has been added. John E. Walker is not scheduled, which suggests that everyone else already knows that the creation of the sun’s anti-entropic virucidal energy is the link from the creation of ATP to the creation of RNA and all biophysically constrained viral latency via feedback loops and the physiology of reproduction. Rosbash, as all serious scientists know,  started with energy-dependent changes in…

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Light-activated carbon fixation did not evolve (4)

Summary: Dobzhansky was joking about the time it would take for the creation of light to cause the energy-dependent fixation of RNA-mediated amino acid substitutions, which link food energy to the creation of enyzmes that metabolized food. His joke extends from the creation of sunlight — as the “light of evolution” — to the species-specific pheromone-controlled physiology of reproduction and cell type differentiation in chimpanzees and humans compared to gorillas via one amino acid substitution. The joke was played on…

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The tipping point (revisited): 70,000 publications

Excerpt: This new empirically based perspective on the evolution of genetic novelty will have more explanatory power in the future than the „error-replication“ narrative of the last century. Simply put, all serious scientists have always known that the “error-replication” narrative of the 20th century was a ridiculous misrepresentation of what Darwin placed into the context of his “conditions of life.” The tipping point?: 50,000publications (May 16, 2016) See also: The tipping point (revisited): 69,000 publications (January 20, 2018) Nearly 1000…

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Anti-entropic sunlight: Schrödinger’s Creationist Secret? (3)

Summary: Theorists and most science journalists have failed to link the anti-entropic energy of sunlight from physical constraints on the creation of new galaxies to the biophysical constraints of ultraviolet light on viral latency. Viral latency prevents mutation-driven evolution in the context of the energy-dependent creation of ATP, microRNAs, RNA and established links from base editing to microRNA editing and RNA editing. Every aspect of energy-dependent editing links alternative splicings of pre-mRNA (microRNAs) from light-activated endogenous substrates to the pheromone-controlled…

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A mental health problem at the highest level (2)

Biologically uninformed theorists and so-called science journalists have ignored their own mental health issues and focussed their attention on the mental health of serious scientists. Some of the serious scientists advise the President of the United States in attempts to help him make America great again by draining the political and academic swamps. It is time to examine the personality disorders of theorists and biologically uninformed journalists for comparison to the mental health of serious scientists and the President of…

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Diet-driven RNA interference and cancer prevention (3)

Excerpt: They claim to have found novel autoregulatory feedback loops that link changes in microRNAs to the alternative splicing factors SRSF1 and SRSF2.  Ectopic expression of SRSF1 can automagically repress the level of multiple microRNAs and SRSF2 can automagically upregulate miRNA expression. The fact that a peer-reviewed work published in 2018 links autoregulatory feedback loops to automagically altered gene expression and apoptosis via alternative splicings of pre-mRNAs suggests it is time for all serious scientists to retire. The magic of pseudoscientists has…

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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, […]
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