protein-coding genes

The eternal significance of microRNA biogenesis (3)

Summary: One year after my series on The eternal significance of microRNAs was completed, I tweeted the question: How are mutations linked to evolution? Decoding Bacterial Methylomes (5/25/13) Methylation is nutrient-dependent and pheromone-controlled in microbes. This article suggested to me that antibiotic resistance is altered by nutrient-dependent thermodynamically controlled changes in the microRNA/messenger RNA balance. The eternal significance of microRNA biogenesis (3)

2018 March for Science vs microRNAs

Summary: Only biologically uninformed theorists and other pseudoscientists do not seem to know that all carbon-based life is quantized energy-dependent and that biophotonic energy as information comes from the sun. It is obvious to all serious scientists that proton gradients link photons from quantized energy as information to the proton motive force, which is how 2018 March for Science vs microRNAs

Robert Sapolsky’s legacy of atheistic pseudoscientific nonsense

Summary: Not only does everything known to serious scientists about energy link RNA synthesis to life, everything McEwen and others have published links nutrient stress and/or social stress to the virus-driven degradation of messenger RNA and all pathology. As moderator of the International Society for Human Ethology (ISHE), a not-for-profit scientific organization that consistently touts Robert Sapolsky’s legacy of atheistic pseudoscientific nonsense

Gene creation (revisited)

New genes from non-coding sequence: the role of de novo protein-coding genes in eukaryotic evolutionary innovation Abstract: The origin of novel protein-coding genes de novo was once considered so improbable as to be impossible. In less than a decade, and especially in the last five years, this view has been overturned by extensive evidence from Gene creation (revisited)