Tag Archive: RNA-mediated

Randomness and Divine Providence

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A Q&A on randomness and God’s providence …the main goal is to really put together a collection of scholarly studies of these issues: physicists, biologists, mathematicians, statisticians, philosophers and theologians. replaced: Randomness and Divine Providence Supported by the John Templeton…
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Do not trust pseudoscientists

human-evolution

Trust a Scientist: Sex Addiction Is a Myth A psychologist explains why sex addiction therapy is more about faith than facts, as told to Tierney Finster Excerpt 1)  During withdrawal, the brains of addicts create junctions between nerve cells containing…
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Sulfated steroids and RNA-mediated identity codes

terrarium eco system

Summary: In two studies of human pheromones we linked a mixture of androsterone and androstenol to increased flirtatious behavior and reports of increased attraction to the male wearing the mixture. This blog posts explains the reason for the use of…
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Refusing to integrate neuroendocrinology and ethology

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Q&A: Karl Grammer Excerpt: We and others have identified eight pillars of beauty: youthfulness, symmetry, averageness, sex-hormone markers, body odour, motion, skin complexion and hair texture. I think this line of research is almost finished. It is no longer useful…
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Atoms to ecosystems via odors and pheromones

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3-D model of human retronasal olfactory sense See also: A key facilitator of mRNA editing uncovered Accept the facts about odors and pheromones. Feedback loops link odor and pheromone signaling with reproduction  The feedback loops link RNA-mediated cause and effect…
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Pheromone-induced odour learning

social interaction and brain

Mammary pheromone-induced odour learning influences sucking behaviour and milk intake in the newborn rabbit Excerpt: “…several results showed that pups could learn different odorants during successive days of conditioning, and that the more recently acquired cue was the most influential…
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Pheromones, GnRH, and early diagnosis

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Skin odour could lead to early diagnosis of Parkinson’s Excerpt: Professor Perdita Barran, of the University of Manchester, aims to identify differences in chemicals present on the skin surface of people with Parkinson’s. Reported as: The amazing woman who can…
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Let there be anti-entropic light (2)

Physics

Without knowing anything about the biophysically constrained chemistry of protein folding that links light-induced amino acid substitutions to the stability of DNA is the organized genomes from plants via bioluminescent bacteria in squid, the pattern of nutrient-dependent biologically-based cause and…
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Pheromones and unconscious affects

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Conducting a Field Test on Pheromones Excerpt: “…my pheromonal research suggests that any individual who is looking to elicit increased affection from women should 1) ask them what they’re reading 2) offer a compliment and 3) spill a bowl of…
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De novo creation of olfactory receptor genes

terrarium eco system

Large-scale transcriptional profiling of chemosensory neurons identifies receptor-ligand pairs in vivo Reported as:  Deciphering the olfactory receptor code Excerpt: Its applications, countless, extend for example to the domain of chemicals able to trigger predetermined behaviors in mammals or in insects,…
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