Tag Archive: communication

Forces of “Nature” (part 2)

Physics

See Forces of “Nature” limit dissemination of information The policy of “Nature” to block information that conflicts with their biased reporting has led to dissemination of more pseudoscientific nonsense. This time the publication is in “PNAS” with discussion at physics…
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From 3-D to epigenetically-effected 4-D genome make-up

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Discoveries in 3-D Genome Make-Up and Genetic Changes: Clarification of differences amidst chromosome pairs and how gene expression is effected by chromosome folding Excerpt: “…offers a useful guide for future studies of the epigenome’s function in our evolution and diseases…
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The anti-entropic force of “Nature”

Physics

Exploring the Epigenome A National Institutes of Health-funded consortium publishes 111 reference maps of DNA and histone marks. By Jenny Rood | February 18, 2015 Excerpt:  “All our cells have a copy of the same book, but they’re all reading…
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Quantum physics, quantum biology, and quantum consciousness

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Has anyone but me attempted to link light-induced amino acid substitutions from quantum physics to quantum biology in the context of the following works? All five published articles appear to be linked to quantum consciousness by the chemistry of nutrient-dependent…
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Quantum entanglement, mass, and biomass

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Joseph Kover seems closer than most other physicists to linking light-induced amino acid substitutions to cell type differentiation and biomass via the biophysically constrained chemistry of protein folding.  Today he posted notice of the following publication with the comment: “……
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Mute points: most are afraid to mention them

Physics

In discussion of anthropic theory and the fact that fundamental physical constraints underlie our life-enabling universe, Andrew Jones wrote: “Pathogenicity of E. coli 0157 has nothing to do with its temperature stability.” Like others who are biologically uninformed, Jones defies…
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All of “like kind” in the (bigger) family

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All in the (bigger) family Science 16 January 2015: Vol. 347 no. 6219 pp. 220-221 DOI: 10.1126/science.347.6219.220 by Elizabeth Pennisi Abstract: A decade of genetic data and other evidence has persuaded most researchers that insects and crustaceans, long considered widely…
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Glycine and GnRH: Am I being pedantic?

Physics

Posted to the FB page on 12/3/14 at Skeptics; Atheists; Realists; Agnostics; Humanists Stephen Hawking and Brian Cox take part in Monty Python sketch – video Excerpt: “I think you are being pedantic.” My comment: Some people may think I am being pedantic. My…
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Forces of “Nature” limit dissemination of information

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Force of nature gave life its asymmetry Excerpt: “In 2011, Meierhenrich and colleages showed4 that such light could transfer its handedness to amino acids. But even demonstrating how a common physical phenomenon would have favoured left-handed amino acids over right-handed…
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