5th-6th Sept 2018 Dublin, Ireland

MicroRNA-mediated denuclearization

Kim Says North Korea Is Stopping Nuclear and Missile Tests

Early today, he said the country was stopping nuclear and missile tests and shuttering its atomic test site, which has “done its job.” Those concessions were long demanded by the U.S., lifting hopes that next Friday’s planned summit between Kim and South Korean President Moon Jae-in will be conducted in good faith.

Added Perspective
Emergence of Human G2P[4] Rotaviruses in the Post-vaccination Era in South Korea: Footprints of Multiple Interspecies Re-assortment Events
Viruses do not emerge. They adapt in the context of proton gradients and microRNA-mediated changesin energy-dependent protein folding chemistry. The food energy-dependent fixation of RNA-mediated amino acid substitutions links interspecies re-assortment events to healthy longevity.
See for comparison: A Single Amino Acid at the Polymerase Acidic Protein Determines the Pathogenicity of Influenza B Viruses
The ability of researchers in South Korea to create genetically modified viruses with increased pathogenicity links quantum physics from virus-driven energy theft to the degradation of messenger RNA and extinctions in many different populations of extinct organisms during the past 6,000 years.
See: Virus-mediated archaeal hecatomb in the deep seafloor

We show here for the first time the crucial role of viruses in controlling archaeal dynamics and therefore the functioning of deep-sea ecosystems, and suggest that virus-archaea interactions play a central role in global biogeochemical cycles.

The population of North Korea could have been the next to be decimated by a genetically engineered virus if Kim Jong Un had not agreed to denuclearization.
See also: Reappraising the human mitochondrial DNA [mtDNA] recombination dogma

…studies dealing with human variation and evolution have assumed that human mtDNA does not recombine and should be considered as pathological or very infrequent. Using both direct and indirect approaches, we provide consistent evidence of mtDNA recombination in humans.

Food energy-dependent mtDNA recombination in humans appears to protect all organized genomes in all extant human populations. mtDNA recombination may be the best protection from extinction that any species already has.  Given what is known to serious scientists about cell type differentiation, the link from light-activated endogenous substrates and the physiology of reproduction in all living genera causes many people to ridicule the assumptions still touted in the context of theories invented by neo-Darwinian theorists.
See also: Mechanisms of Recombination conference

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