speed of light

The MicroRNAome Strikes Back: A Sokalian hoax (3)

One way to recognize a Sokalian hoax is to determine whether the claims can be linked from gravity or from the speed of light on contact with water to feedback loops that biophysically constrain viral latency and all biodiversity in all living genera. See: Feedback loops link odor and pheromone signaling with reproduction See for comparison: Chiromagnetic nanoparticles and gels Reported as: Nanoparticle gel controls twisted light with magnetism The trick, the researchers found, was to twist the nanoparticles themselves by coating them…

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Energy as information and constrained endogenous RNA interference (4)

Premise: Sunlight is the energy as information that is required to link endogenous RNA interference to healthy longevity Counter claim:  The Quantum Thermodynamics Revolution: Information theory Understanding entropy as a subjective measure allows the universe as a whole to evolve without ever losing information. Precision Medicine virtual conference, Feburary 22-23, 2017 Title: Energy as information and constrained endogenous RNA interference  James V. Kohl RNA-mediated.com jvkohl@bellsouth.net Abstract describing the poster   Narrative: The term microRNA has been used in 58,000 indexed…

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Creating gravity, nucleic acids, receptors, and supercoiled DNA (2)

See also: Creating gravity, nucleic acids, receptors, and supercoiled DNA Scientists make first direct detection of gravitational waves Excerpt: Almost 100 years ago today, Albert Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves — ripples in the fabric of space-time that are set off by extremely violent, cosmic cataclysms in the early universe. With his knowledge of the universe and the technology available in 1916, Einstein assumed that such ripples would be “vanishingly small” and nearly impossible to detect. My comment:…

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Despicable fools?

Metamaterial Offers Simpler Route to Slow Light Excerpt: Light is generally accepted to travel at a constant speed, but its group velocity can be slowed by passing through refractive materials. Compared to its top speed in a vacuum, light travels slightly slower in air and slightly slower still in water. These changes in speed are fairly insignificant, however. My comment: I doubt that any member of the RNA society thinks that the changes that link the de novo creation of…

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