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Dispensing with March for Science Dispatches (2)

Dispensing with March for Science Dispatches (1)

“We want to work with other science societies to start preparing their members—the scientists and the friends of science—to communicate what needs to be communicated,” he told The Scientist.

See: Cytosis: A Cell Biology Board Game

A board game taking place inside a human cell! Players compete to build enzymes, hormones and receptors and fend off attacking Viruses!

6,650 backers pledged $389,357 to help bring this project to life.
More than 60,000 published works link energy-dependent changes in the microRNA/messenger RNA balance to the origins of life and all biodiversity on Earth. They also link virus-driven energy theft from the degradation of messenger RNA to all pathology.
The backers of the game “Cytosis” have helped to end the game that neo-Darwinian theorists have been playing with their definitions of mutations and assumptions about how they might be linked from natural selection to evolution.
Natural selection for energy-dependent codon optimality is the obvious link from ecological variation to ecological adaptation. Adaptation exemplifies biophysically contrained viral latency in the context of what is known about supercoiled DNA, which protects all organized genomes from virus-driven energy theft.
My last two posts to “The Scientist” have been removed. My profile at The Scientist:

Founder: Pheromones.com (1996)
 
Founder: RNA-mediated.com (2015)
 

Nutrient-dependent ecological variation is linked via RNA-mediated gene duplication and RNA-mediated amino acid substitutions to cell type differentiation in all individuals of all species. The links include what is currently known about physica, chemistry, biology, and conserved molecular mechanisms. Metabolic networks link the epigenetic landscape to the physical landscape of DNA via the physiology of reproduction, which enables fixation of amino acid substitutions that protect organized genomes from virus-driven genomic entropy.

If my profile is removed, 418 posts to “The Scientist” will probably also be missing.

 

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