War Games: False Flag Terrorism (2)

Virus-driven energy theft links mutations to all pathology via the conserved molecular mechanisms that link RNA-mediated amino acid substitutions to energy-dependent cell type differentiation in all living genera. In an effort to take my facts, publications, and presentations from 20 years of efforts and fit them into the pseudoscientific nonsense of neo-Darwinian theory, this member of the Creationism “False Flag” group twisted everything I have claimed and published this to the False Flag FB Group.

Virus Driven Energy Theft  5/28/16

by  Sean Ovis  (as Sirius Cyantis)

Viruses consist of strands of DNA or RNA wrapped in a protein shell. Creation Science holds the view that these were invented by God after the fall of man, in order to wreak havoc on, and degrade the genomes of humans and animals, and eventually destroy it.

All cells work on energy which is ultimately derived from the photons in sunlight, and on earth, that energy is converted into usable energy in plants by photosynthesis using water and carbon dioxide. Animals eat plants and other animals, and either create chemical energy directly, or store and use the energy of other organisms. However, viruses have no energy of their own; they do not manufacture energy, they cannot store it, but they are able to reproduce, by using the mechanisms stored in the genomes of the cell they are attacking. They reproduce by subverting the energy-storing and using mechanisms of others: they “steal” their energy.

As part of this process, genomes can become modified. Remnants of viruses can insert themselves as parasitic elements into the genomes of others, and even after the initial attack has gone, they can carry on their work of stealing energy from the host, and modifying its genome. These modifications can be inherited. You can inherit the virus that your grandfather, great-great grandfather, and his ancestors before him inherited.

There are many such viral elements in the human genome, for example ALUs, which are sometimes called “jumping genes”, and which, if unregulated, can disrupt the genome and mutate it in a wide number of ways.

So, “virus-driven energy-theft”, is simply a way of looking at the way that viral parasites attack our cells or infect our genome. Recent estimates say that at least 50% of the human genome consists of these viral parasites, which. if left unchecked not only steal energy from us, but can eventually kill us -both as as individuals, or as a species.

If you are an evolutionary biologist, you can trace the evolution of species by the viral fragments in their genome, like “DNA fossil records” of the attacks, which tell us which species inherited which viral fragments.

If you are a creation scientist, you can take comfort in the fact that as you get older, the control of these viral fragments is considerably weakened, and eventually one or more of these jumping genes will be let loose in your body to wreak havoc on your DNA. When that happens, you can thank God, because they will have brought you closer to him.

My comment: He makes claims about the beliefs of creationists as if he knew anything about what others believe, and claimed that creation scientists should thank God for virus-driven pathology instead of nutrient energy-dependent healthy longevity. His misrepresentation of my claims is the most despicable act of eco-terrorism and hate-mongering that I have ever encountered.  I do not believe it is government sanctioned.  The people are too incredibly ignorant. But, perhaps they are paid to appear to be that way.

False Flags are Psy-Ops Warfare on American People By Its Own Government


According to Bennet, American politicians are waging a psychological battle against their own people to advance the post-9/11 agenda.

My comment: The False Flag Creationism group is waging a psychological battle against creationists.

These are the people who are playing the False Flag game on FB with everyone who follows this “Creationism” group.

Raymond Bane

Brandi Bell Fuller

Patrick Dennis

Dan Delane

Charles C. Hall, who plays as: Charles Blaha, Professor of Neurosurgery

Zachary Johnson

Dennis Jones

Jay Lutsky

Herman Mays

Rupert Morrish

Sean Ovis  (as Sirius Cyantis, and too many of his friends to mention)

Matthew Pocock

Christopher Richard Pruett
Dave Prout
Ryan Tipple
Here are examples of their ecoterrorism:
For another example of what appears to be a “False Flag” group, see: Creationist vs Evolutionary Thought.
Celeste South​ asked me to repost this to the group. It was removed once before.
Scientists illuminate a hidden regulator in gene transcription
My comment: They attribute the energy-dependent link from microRNA flanking sequences to changes in the microRNA/messenger RNA balance to an “ephemeral phenomenon.” Is that more like the thought processes attributed to biologically informed “creationists” or more like the theories and “just so” stories of “evolutionists”?
There was no discussion of the comment or of my question, but there were more attacks from some of the same people on the false flag group. Creationism
I’m beginning to wonder how many false flag groups are established and designed to attack creationists and creationism. These people, or imposters, are members of Creationism and of Creationist vs Evolutionary Thought.

The video proports to be a pentagon briefing from 2005 about a proposal to spread a virus in the Middle East that would prevent people from developing extreme religious views.
That was part of the plot in Greg Bear’s novel: Quantico
Greg Bear is the author of more than thirty books, spanning thrillers, science fiction, and fantasy, including Blood Music, Eon, The Forge of God, Darwin’s Radio, City at the End of Time, and Hull Zero Three. His books have won numerous international prizes, have been translated into more than twenty-two languages, and have sold millions of copies worldwide. Over the last twenty-eight years, he has also served as a consultant for NASA, the U.S. Army, the State Department, the International Food Protection Association, and Homeland Security on matters ranging from privatizing space to food safety, the frontiers of microbiology and genetics, and biological security.
See also: March 9, 2016 See Gene intelligence: The risks and rewards of genome editing resonate beyond the clinic.
Last month, one of the top intelligence officials in the United States warned that genome-editing technology is now a potential weapon of mass destruction.

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