Tag Archive: biologically-based

Military combat training to fight disease (2)

human-evolution

See: Military combat training to fight disease In the quantum world, the future affects the past Excerpt 1) “It’s not clear why in the real world, the world made up of many particles, time only goes forward and entropy always…
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The biologically-based origin of the mammalian placenta (2)

The past is not the key to the present

See also: The biologically-based origin of the mammalian placenta I’ll preface this follow-up on the origins of the mammalian placenta with comments that attest to foolishness of theoretical physicists who try to link Big Bang cosmology to neo-Darwinian theories about…
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Removing natural selection; reshaping the horse; adjusting evolutionary theory

human-evolution

Prehistoric genomes reveal the genetic foundation and cost of horse domestication Reported as: Reshaping the horse through millennia Excerpt: “Domestication is generally associated with repeated demographic crashes. Yet, mutations that negatively impact genes are not eliminated by selection and can even…
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The key to science: experimental evidence

  If it disagrees with the experiment, it’s wrong! — Richard Feynman (1964) Two different experiments are among others from the Vosshall lab that show the theory of evolution is wrong. 1) This experiment links induced mutations in olfactory receptor…
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Physics, Chemistry, and Molecular biology (PCMb)

human-evolution

Physics, Chemistry, and Molecular biology (PCMb) link ecological variation to ecological adaptations via a model of gene-cell-tissue-organ-organ system complexity that I first presented in 1992. After adding gene activation by pheromones, I co-authored a book that linked the pheromone-controlled physiology…
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Comparative analysis of facts and theories

thinking forbidden

Comparative analysis of regulatory information and circuits across distant species Excerpt: “…structural properties of regulatory networks are remarkably conserved and that orthologous regulatory factor families recognize similar binding motifs in vivo and show some similar co-associations.” My comment: The co-associations…
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