1) Life is nutrient-dependent.
2) The physiology of reproduction is pheromone-controlled.
The ecological origin of all biological laws is apparent in the context of:
1) systems biology (P. Kohl, Crampin, Quinn, & Noble, 2010);
2) the metabolism of nutrients by microbes (K. D. Kohl, 2012); and
3) how the metabolism of nutrients results in species-specific pheromones that control the physiology of reproduction (J. Kohl, Ostrovsky, Frechter, & Jefferis, 2013).
In the three contexts above, the systems biology of nutrient metabolism to species-specific pheromones that control the physiology of reproduction can be expressed in a summary the introductory summary of Kohl’s Laws of Biology.
1) Life is nutrient-dependent (J. V. Kohl, 2012) and
2) The physiology of reproduction is pheromone-controlled (J. V. Kohl, 2013).
I mention these two Laws of Biology in what may be a short-sighted attempt to prevent evolutionary theorists from claiming that I am nothing more than an under informed egotistical marketer of pheromone-enhanced fragrance products who never completed his college education, but somehow managed to fake enough intelligence to work as a lab assistant performing urinalysis (e.g., during my 38-year career as a medical laboratory scientist).
I will add that one problem with my detractors and antagonists is that they typically believe in a ridiculous theory of mutation-driven evolution that is neither biologically plausible nor ecologically valid.
Peter Kohl indirectly addressed their theoretical approach last October in From ion channel to organismic phenotype: An example of integrative translational research into cardiac electromechanics. Dr. Kohl was very polite and professional as would be expected of someone with his academic credentials. He did not even ask: “What the heck all evolutionary theorists thinking?” I am comparatively unconstrained, which allows me to address their theoretical nonsense more succinctly.
The theorists seem to be thinking: If I were a cardiologist, like Professor Peter Kohl, or any other medical professional, like James V. Kohl, I would look at the biochemical properties of sodium and chlorine separately. Clearly, sodium explodes in water and chlorine is a poisonous gas. Therefore, cellular life must have originated in outer space or it came from random mixtures of chemicals that were slowly and carefully dissolved in warm little ponds and automagically became living cells of the human body with their receptor-mediated cell types, but outside the context of any biophysical constraints on the thermodynamics of protein folding and organism-level thermoregulation.
Medical professionals and most biologists are more likely to know that sodium chloride is an ionic compound with the formula NaCl, which represents equal proportions of sodium and chlorine. NaCl supposedly makes up around 0.4 per cent of the body’s weight at a concentration somewhat equivalent to that in seawater. Slight variations in the concentration of NaCl in the cells of our body may cause themodynamic instability and lead to death via evolutionary theory. I’m joking, aren’t I?
The evolutionary theorists will not be blamed for any deaths if they can continue to convince others that mutation-driven natural selection is the biological basis of life in the context of Darwin’s ‘conditions of life’ and also that mutations automagically were somehow selected that led to life and death in species from microbes to man during hundreds of millions of years of mutation-driven evolution.
Indeed, because theorists think that mutations have always led to life and death in all species, mutations must be doing the same thing today. Besides, it’s obvious that mutations can kill people. Therefore, nutrient-dependent pheromone-controlled life should not even be discussed by evolutionary theorists. They simply say: “Who needs your stinking Laws of Biology, you Creationist!” The “stinking Laws” is a comment that addresses the obvious role of food odors and pheromones.
Who needs any Laws of Biology when you’re too intelligent to have your opinions be swayed by any biological facts that might indicate that the collective ignorance of theorists has overwhelmed the sensibilities of many serious scientists for nearly 90 years.
Kohl, J., Ostrovsky, Aaron D., Frechter, S., & Jefferis, Gregory S. X. E. (2013). A Bidirectional Circuit Switch Reroutes Pheromone Signals in Male and Female Brains. Cell, 155(7), 1610-1623.
Kohl, J. V. (2012). Human pheromones and food odors: epigenetic influences on the socioaffective nature of evolved behaviors. Socioaffective Neuroscience & Psychology, 2(17338).
Kohl, J. V. (2013). Nutrient–dependent / pheromone–controlled adaptive evolution: a model. Socioaffective Neuroscience & Psychology, 3(20553).
Kohl, K. D. (2012). Diversity and function of the avian gut microbiota. Journal of Comparative Physiology B, 182(5), 591-602.
Kohl, P., Crampin, E. J., Quinn, T. A., & Noble, D. (2010). Systems Biology: An Approach. Clin Pharmacol Ther, 88(1), 25-33.
Kohl, P., (2013). From ion channel to organismic phenotype: An example of integrative translational research into cardiac electromechanics. Heart rhythm, 10(10), 1542-1543