Summary: If he was not still dead, the 1965 Nobel Laureate, Richard P. Feynman might claim that this year’s Physics Prize was awarded for “human idiocy.”
Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded to LIGO Black Hole Researchers
Other claims in this article appear to arise in the context of the emergence of energy from nothing with no mention of the biophysical constraints that link food energy from electrons to ecosystems via the pheromone-controlled physiology of reproduction in species from microbes to humans.
If he was not still dead, the 1965 Nobel Laureate, Richard P. Feynman might claim that this year’s Physics Prize was awarded for “human idiocy.”
The energy-dependent de novo creation of G protein-coupled receptors, such as odor receptors, links the sense of smell in bacteria to the physiology of pheromone-controlled reproduction, which links changes in chirality to autophagy. Autophagy links what organisms eat to cell type differentiation via amino acid substitutions that link our visual perception of energy and mass to the feedback loops that link what organisms eat to their behavior.
Experimental proof of concept might require the sacrifice of one mammal. If it can find a mass of energy that is biophysically constrained in a source of food, it must also eat the food and survive to reproduce. Foraging and reproduction occur in the context of facts presented in Feedback loops link odor and pheromone signaling with reproduction (co-authored by 2004 Nobel Laureate, Linda Buck).
If an organism cannot find the food and eat it, entropy must clearly be linked to its death unless it is among the individuals of a species that mutated and evolved from a common ancestor. For comparison, theories about common ancestors can be linked to the billion dollar LIGO “black hole” project and to this year’s Nobel Laureates in Physics.
I encourage others who live on Earth to do that in the context of a money-saving effort to save all humanity from death that will be caused by the virus-driven entropy of organized genomes.
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