behavioral phenotypes

Chirality is reality

I was banned from commenting on posts about a year ago, but recently found I could post to their FB page. This forces their “science” journalists to fight against the accurate representations of biologically-based cause and effect. Here’s an example of how they scrambled to defend their .org domain after my series of ~ Chirality is reality

Innate immunity and multiplexing

Scientists Hope to Cultivate an Immune System for Crops by Carl Zimmer Excerpt: The complex microbial world in the soil may protect plants much like our immune system protects our bodies. My comment: The speed of light on contact with water links the sun’s quantized anti-antropic virucidal energy from the de novo creation of nucleic Innate immunity and multiplexing

RNA-mediated theory killers (3)

  Ghosts in the Genome How one generation’s experience can affect the next By Oliver J. Rando | December 1, 2015 My comment: “…epigenetic information carriers include covalent modifications to nucleotides and histones, providing a wide variety of mechanisms that enable organisms to transmit information extragenomically.” When this was placed into its proper perspective, it RNA-mediated theory killers (3)

Controled Stem Cell Expansion

Serine … is one of the proteinogenic amino acids. [It]… is classified as a polar amino acid. My comment: Serine synthesis in the body is linked to glycine, which also may be naturally produced when UV light illuminates simple ices (e.g., combinations of water, methanol, hydrogen cyanide, and ammonia). That suggested to some people that Controled Stem Cell Expansion

Mechanisms of stress: from genes to cancer

Biophysically constrained nutrient-dependent thermodynamic cycles of protein biosynthesis and degradation link the epigenetic landscape to the physical landscape of DNA in all living genera. Genomic stability arises in the context of a fine-tuned balance of viral microRNAs and nutrient-dependent microRNAs.  RNA-mediated gene duplication and RNA-mediated amino acid substitutions stabilize organized genomes. Nutrient-dependent microRNAs are linked Mechanisms of stress: from genes to cancer