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From quantum physics to quantum souls (5)

Three recently published articles attest to the eternal significance of prior works that linked quantum physics to quantum souls via what  is known to all serious scientists about Energy as information and constrained endogenous RNA interference (February 15, 2017) See 1) Photosynthetic Energy Transfer at the Quantum/Classical Border June 2018 See also 2) Photosynthetic artificial From quantum physics to quantum souls (5)

Theistic evolutionists fight back and lose (2)

For a historical perspective on the amount of ignorance theistic evolutionists and atheists have repeatedly displayed as they ignored everything known about the energy-dependent RNA-mediated de novo creation of genes, see: The heat shock response is self-regulated at both the transcriptional and posttranscriptional levels (1982) Thirty-five years later, there is another clear indication that theorists Theistic evolutionists fight back and lose (2)

Phylogenetic similarity sans energy

Phylogenetic Similarity of Popular Rice Varieties from Different Sources (2016) Cites: Sablok and Shekhawat (2008) Excerpt: “Microsatellites, often abbreviated as simple sequence repeats (SSRs), are 1 to 5 bp repeat mutation prone motifs. Due to mutation prone specific and high rate of polymorphism, microsatellites (SSR) have become a modern genetic resource tool for the genetic Phylogenetic similarity sans energy

Happy biophysically constrained Thanksgiving (in the USA)

Is there any other holiday in the world that celebrates biophysically constrained cell type differentiation in all living genera? The availability of amino acids and proteins in new genes is nutrient energy-dependent. The de novo creation of genes is biophysically constrained by the innate immune system and the physiology of reproduction. That fact was detailed Happy biophysically constrained Thanksgiving (in the USA)

Epigenetics and autophagy vs mutations and evolution (5)

Two-Photon Microscopy’s Historic Influence on Neuroscience Excerpt: Yuste says he’s proud of what he and Denk accomplished. “But now I go to meetings where everyone is presenting two-photon calcium imaging, and no one knows, or remembers, or cites our work,” he says, laughing. My comment: What else can be done but laugh? Most researchers still Epigenetics and autophagy vs mutations and evolution (5)

Energy-dependent creation and entropy

Theorists tend to use the term de novo when they don’t know. If they don’t know how energy-dependent structures and functions are created, functional structures are created de novo. See for example:  Lymphotoxin-Dependent B Cell-FRC Crosstalk Promotes De Novo Follicle Formation and Antibody Production following Intestinal Helminth Infection If theorists don’t know what causes mutations, Energy-dependent creation and entropy

MicroRNAs and/or QTLs: Who buried what?

Making precision medicine a reality: Genomics researchers unveil road map to disease origin Excerpt: This study highlights the significance of mechanistic similarities for uncovering additional interacting downstream effectors of intergenic SNPs… My comment: Use of the term QTL may limit the understanding of how energy-dependent cell type differentiation occurs and how virus-driven energy theft is MicroRNAs and/or QTLs: Who buried what?

Wasted Templeton Funding (3)

See also: Wasted Templeton Funding (2) Templeton grant funds evolution rethink Excerpt: …parents can influence offspring not just through their DNA but by passing on the microorganisms they host or by transmitting epigenetic marks to subsequent generations. “Innovation may be a developmental response that becomes stabilized through genetic changes,” explains Armin Moczek, an evolutionary developmental Wasted Templeton Funding (3)

Bacteria see the light and they adapt

Cyanobacteria use micro-optics to sense light direction Excerpt: From the observed dimensions of the spot of 488 nm light focused by Synechocystis cells (Figure 3c) we can estimate that Synechocystis “vision” has an angular resolution (FWHM) of about 21°, essentially limited by light wavelength and the area of the plasma membrane, which is tiny in Bacteria see the light and they adapt