Excerpt from the comment by Stephan Biles:
I also wonder about pheromones with human-animal interactions.
The biophysical constraints are linked across species via the need to ecologically adapt to virus-driven energy theft.
See: MicroRNAs in the Host Response to Viral Infections of Veterinary Importance
Nutrient stress and social stress effect pheromone production at the level of quantum physics, which is why most people cannot grasp the facts that serious scientists have linked across species to the need of individuals to eat and the need for species to reproduce in the context of their nutrient-dependent pheromone-controlled physiology of reproduction.
See for example this attempt at discussion about the ridiculous claims of Richard Dawkins.
Magnus S. Magnussen is a Dawkins supporter and also appears to be a Trump-hater. Our mutual friends on Facebook include Alice Andrews, Daniel Kruger, Mark Flinn, Graham Deeth, Russel Gardner, and Elizabeth Oberzaucher. I tagged them in a post to Magnussen in hopes that they will discuss their faith in neo-Darwinian theory — if they have not already lost it.
“If you base medicine on science you cure people.” — Richard Dawkins
The National Microbiome Initiative and Precision Medicine Initiative are based on what is known about energy-dependent changes in the potential of hydrogen, which is called pH. What do you think medicine should be based on?
Measuring pH links nutritional epigenetics from the innate immune system to healthy longevity via everything known about virus-driven energy theft, which links stress from the replication of viruses to all pathology via critical care testing of other blood gas analytes such as pCO2, pO2, Sodium, Potassium, Chloride, Calcium, Glucose, Lactic Acid, and Hematocrit.
Magnus S. Magnusson If you don’t want to base medicine on science then on what? Could you provide an answer?
Magnus S. Magnusson So you are what they call a troll because nobody can be that incompetent and stupid. Good bye to you. I exclude faith-fools from my interactions.
“All about the base” came from the group that published this, because the “Structural Diversity of Supercoiled DNA” is energy-dependent and biophysically constrained by the physiology of reproduction.
Magnus S. Magnusson So you mean that medicine should be based on better science than is now available. That is not a contradiction relative to Dawkins position. BTW the video is the stupidest I have seen, only to be expected from faith-fools.
See for comparison: Fossil or inorganic structure? Scientists dig into early life forms
By addition of just one other ubiquitous chemical—calcium or barium salt—this water produces tiny structures, such as tubes, helices, and worm-like objects that are reminiscent of the shapes of primitive organisms. The water also generates complex mineral structures that are similar to nacre—the shiny substance of sea shells.
The similarities between actual fossils and these inorganic structures go beyond appearance and extend to their chemical nature. This will make it even more complicated for scientists examining early evidence of life on Earth.
Experimental evidence from chemistry eliminated the pseudoscientific nonsense about billions of years of mutation-driven evolution, which theorists claimed was manifested in the biodiversity of bacteria via comparison to the Long-Term Evolution experiments of Richard Lenski’s group..
That means pseudoscientists must continue to avoid linking the weekend resurrection of the bacterial flagellum in Pseudomonas fluorescens from quorum sensing to biophysically constrained viral latency via the nutrient-dependent pheromone-controlled ecological adaptations manifested in the supercoiled DNA of all living genera. Supercoiled DNA links energy-dependent endogenous RNA interference from protein folding chemistry to all biodiversity on Earth via the physiology of reproduction.
When someone like Magnus S. Magnusson claims that Zechiedrich lab researchers who linked supercoiled DNA to all biodiversity are “faith fools,” his bias is clear. See also: Combating Evolution to Fight Disease.
Would Magnus S. Magnusson also claim that the researchers from the Rosenberg lab are faith fools?