RNA-mediated

Photonics in Forensics (8)

Light-activated carbon fixation, the resurrection of life in pear trees, and the resurrection of life in daffodils exemplifies how God’s pH-dependent peptide synthesis at the origin of life ~6000 years ago links microRNA-mediated  protein folding chemistry to protection of all organized genomes from the virus-driven degradation of messenger RNA (mRNA). For instance, see: Integrative global co-expression analysis identifies Key MicroRNA-target gene networks as key blood biomarkers for obesity 3/10/22 They linked God’s Creation of energy-dependent transcription factor networks to computational…

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microRNA-mediated biodiversity (2)

From microRNA-mediated biodiversity (1) See for comparison my blog posts that mention: glycine, which start with Epigenetic regulation of aging by glycine and GnRH 5/26/15 The focus here is on vertebrates, but the conserved molecular mechanisms extend across all species. Who else is watching science journalist John Hewitt continue on his collision course with reality? In Myelin is a gift from retroviruses 2/1/22, he again fails to link light-activated carbon fixation in cyanobacteria to biophysically constrained naturally attenuated viral endemicity…

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microRNA-mediated biodiversity (1)

I started this series to show biologically uninformed evolutionary theorist that all intelligent serious scientists know how stupid the theorists have always been A clinical and in-silico study of MicroRNA-21 and growth differentiation factor-15 expression in pre-diabetes, type 2 diabetes and diabetic nephropathy 2/1/22 RESULTS: MicroRNA-21 was found to directly target GDF15 downregulating transcription factors KLF4, TP53, and CEBPB. A significant difference in the levels of serum GDF15 was observed in Pre-diabetes (708.56 ±76.37), T2DM (1528.87 ±140.75) and DN patients…

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From quantum physics to quantum souls (2)

Summary: Natural selection for food energy-dependent codon optimality links the physiology of pheromone-controlled reproduction to all biodiversity on Earth via gene splicing and energy-dependent RNA-mediated fixation of amino acid substitutions. How humans and apes are different, and why it matters (2018) …the most distinctive feature of humanity is its ability to significantly alter ecosystems. That exemplifies human idiocy. The most distinctive features of humanity are biophysically constrained by what people eat and the physiology of pheromone-controlled reproduction. See: Nothing in Biology…

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Sympatric Speciation vs pseudosceintific nonsense (4)

The energy-dependent creation of ATP synthase and the energy-dependent creation of the microRNA repertoire have now been linked to biophysically constrained RNA-mediated sympatric speciation via the innate immune system in species from Axolotyls to A. davidianus infected with ranavirus. MicroRNA repertoire and comparative analysis of Andrias davidianus infected with ranavirus using deep sequencing MicroRNA mediated host-pathogen interactions are important in antiviral defense. See: Meet the creature that can regenerate its brain and resist cancer. (video) Identification and characterization of the…

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Polymaths and paradigm shifts: from Asimov to Bear (3)

Polymaths and paradigm shifts: from Asimov to Bear (2) “Teilhardism And The New Religion: A Thorough Analysis of the Teachings of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin”, p.18, TAN Books The evolutionist thesis has become more stringently unthinkable than ever before. — Dr. Wolfgang Smith (2015). A Chat with Information Scientist Pedro Marijuán (2017) I’ve based my informational scheme of the cell on this thinking of “distinction on the adjacent” — where molecular recognition is the essential phenomenon over which biological complexity…

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Ecological adaptation: A new definition of heredity (3)

Excerpt: Moving forward: Novel and Haplotype Specific MicroRNAs Encoded by the Major Histocompatibility Complex …these data suggest that a subset of the identified novel miRNAs may contribute to the pathophysiology of numerous diseases, laying the groundwork for future studies to elucidate the functional connections of miRNAs to the numerous diseases associated with sequence variants within non-coding regions of the MHC. OMCD: OncoMir Cancer Database Dysregulation of miRNAs is commonly observed in cancers and it largely cancer dependent. The virus-driven theft…

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An evolutionary theory killer

Subatomic: From thermophiles to humans (2)

Summary: As more information about natural selection for energy-dependent codon optimality made it clear that food energy was essential for species survival, the theorists continued to refuse to use experimental evidence to support their claims about how mutations and natural selection could lead to the evolution of a new species. Now, the theorists are left with foolish claims, like this “…the universe simply is, without ultimate cause or explanation.” Why Is There Something, Rather Than Nothing? by Sean M. Carroll…

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For God and Country

Enzyme-constrained interethnic diversity (8)

I am intrigued by the fact that I detailed the energy-dependent links to interethnic diversity in this blog post on the same day that the so-called science journalist Ed Yong placed everything known to serious scientists back into the context of neo-Darwinian evolution. See for comparison to Ed Yong’s nonsense: “Players compete to build enzymes, hormones and receptors and fend off attacking Viruses!” Yong’s addendum: *This article has been corrected to reflect the fact that Arc genes were co-opted by…

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Enzyme-constrained interethnic diversity (7)

Summary:  I suspect that John Hewitt will soon publish an article on the energy-dependent creation of microRNAs and enzymes. He is most likely to link the virus-driven theft of quantized energy as information to all pathology without challenging pseudoscientists and other science journalists to revise their ridiculous claims about mutation-driven evolution. Digital medicine, on its way to being just plain medicine There are already nearly 30,000 peer-reviewed English-language scientific journals, producing an estimated 2.5 million articles a year. Until recently,…

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