The energy-dependent de novo creation of all receptors is biophysically constrained.
See: Channel opening and gating mechanism in AMPA-subtype glutamate receptors
This was reported as: Scientists capture first image of major brain receptor in action
Defects in glutamate receptors, or the processes they mediate, are implicated in neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, multiple sclerosis and glaucoma; psychiatric disorders such as anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, and drug use disorders; as well as in acute disorders such as brain trauma and stroke. The new structure of an active AMPA receptor and understanding of the activating mechanism create a solid platform for developing therapeutics to treat neurological disorders that are associated with glutamate receptor dysfunction.
The activating mechanism is energy-dependent and virus-driven energy theft is linked to all pathology via changes in the microRNA/messenger RNA balance. Search the PubMed database for “microRNA” and “glutamate receptor,” “Alzheimer’s,” “Parkinson’s,” “Huntington’s,” “multiple sclerosis,” “glaucoma,” “anxiety,” “depression,” “schizophrenia” and any other disorders.
For example: microRNA+glutamate+receptor
See also: 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! Energy is required to build the enzymes, hormones and receptors that protect organized genomes from the virus-driven degradation of messenger RNA, which links mutations to all pathology.
See also: Excerpt from update #16
We’ve had a ton more of you volunteer to playtest the Subatomic PnP than we expected, which is terrific.
I did have the PnP ready to send out… or so I thought. Somehow every time we’ve played Subatomic the past several weeks I’ve made significant changes. We’ll integrate a change into the rulebook, player mat, cards… and then we play again, and make another set of significant changes all over again.
I want to get a good handle on which of these changes will stay and which don’t work well over the long term before I send the PnP to you all. All that being said, I’m planning to get the link out to you in the next week or so.
As all serious scientists know, the changes that stay will link quantized energy from the subatomic particles to our visual perception of energy and mass in the context of Olfaction Warps Visual Time Perception and a series of articles that were published by young earth creationists.
See: Researchers identify ‘tipping point’ between quantum and classical worlds
The “tipping point” between quantum and classical worlds is energy-dependent and biophysically constrained via the anti-entropic virucidal effect of sunlight, which is linked to the physiology of food energy-dependent reproduction in all living genera.
See also: Subatomic Particles, Part 1: Leptons
Subatomic Particles, Part 2: Baryons, the Substance of the Cosmos
Subatomic Particles, Part 3: Mesons
Subatomic Particles, Part 4: Gauge Bosons, the Glue That Holds the Universe Together
We have seen the delicate balance between the four forces; each is perfectly designed to make life possible. We have explored the fleeting nature of so many subatomic particles. Yet the ones needed for atomic chemistry and life are stable. The masses and forces are precisely tuned. If the up quark were just slightly heavier than the down quark, all matter would decay into neutrons. Slightly change the charge of an electron or a quark and atoms could never form larger structures due to electric repulsion. It’s clear the universe is perfectly designed for life.
What then can be said about the virus-driven degradation of messenger RNA that links mutations to all pathology? What challenges to perfectly designed life would theorists like serious scientists to consider outside the context of food energy and human idiocy?
For example, this claim was reasserted in the June 2017 issue of Discover Magazine:
See for comparison: Food energy
Richard Feynman was a Nobel prize winning Theoretical Physicist who popularized physics… This snippet is taken from one of his lectures in the series “The character of Physical Law” where he complains about all the different units that are used to measure the single concept of Energy.
Claims that the local conservation of energy do not require conservation in the context of an ever-expanding time-space continuum are additional examples of human idiocy. The fact that theoretical physicists must return to the examination of a early 1900’s theory set forth by an uneducated layperson attests to the reason why even Richard Feynman ridiculed those from his discipline.
See also: A Neuroscientist Just Tricked 4 Dodgy Journals Into Accepting a Fake Paper on ‘Midi-Chlorians’
…a prominent neuroscientist has tricked four publications into accepting a totally fake paper about midi-chlorians – the entirely fictional life forms in Star Wars that make ‘the force’ possible.
See also: Dear Readers – Hiatus From Blog
For five years, I have written summaries of current scientific literature in subjects related to how mind exists in nature.
The mind does not exist in nature. It is a manifestation of how ecological variation must be linked to the creation of food energy-dependent pheromone-controlled ecological adaptations.
My comment to Jon Lieff.
Finally. By the time the “Cytosis” becomes available, everyone else will learn how much confusion you have contributed via your failure to integrate what is known about energy-dependent RNA-mediated cell type differentiation into a cohesive representation of biophysically constrained top-down causation that exists outside the context of your nonsense about evolution.
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!
I look forward to reviewing your book at the earliest opportunity to do so. See for example of a recent review: “How Can Physics Underlie the Mind?: Top-Down Causation in the Human Context (The Frontiers Collection)”