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Naturally attenuated viral endemicity (6)

See first: Naturally attenuated viral endemicity (5) 11/15/21 Blog post # 1600 is based on a search for microRNA that returns 130,538 items There are now 130,965 results. This was added on 11/23/21 Insights into Health-Promoting Effects of Plant MicroRNAs: A Review The authors link God’s Creation of energy-as-information to light-activated microRNA biogenesis in plants. The signalling pathways link the ATP-dependent creation of RNA and the pheromone-regulated genetic processes of reproduction in species from cyanobacteria to humans. Naturally occurring light-activated…

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Pheromones protect us from viruses (9)

It may be a form of insanity that prevents theorists, atheists, and Communists from addressing the facts that have been detailed in the context of: Direct Observation of Protonation State Modulation in SARS-CoV-2 Main Protease upon Inhibitor Binding with Neutron Crystallography 3/23/21 …a class of agents called covalent peptidomimetic inhibitors that work by using strings of unnatural amino acids to bind to specific target proteins. See for instance:  A two-amino acid change in the hemagglutinin of the 1918 influenza virus…

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Young earth creationists refute theistic evolution

Every great scientific truth goes through three stages. First, people say it conflicts with the Bible. Next they say it has been discovered before. Lastly they say they always believed it. –Louis Agassiz The series about refutations of theistic evolution continues. Creationists and two publications in “Nature” support the claims of young earth creationists who cited: Holmes (1996)  Who rules the waves? – Viruses might just be bit players in the drama of the seas. Then again, they could be…

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May the anti-entropic force of sunlight be with you

I added a video track to the audio track that already accompanies this presentation. See also: High-Power Actuation from Molecular Photoswitches in Enantiomerically Paired Soft Springs Reported as: Molecular switch drives powerful movement by opposing twisting helices Inspired by the evolutionary strategies that support the movement of plants, the team headed by Stephen P. Fletcher at the University of Oxford (UK) and Nathalie Katsonis at the University of Twente (Enschede, Netherlands) joined together two strips of liquid-crystal elastomers into a…

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