Summary: The virus-driven theft of quantized energy forces cells to compete for nutrient energy-dependent RNA-mediated reprogramming in the context of the structure of photons, one-carbon metabolism, autophagy, and the physiology of reproduction, which links energy-dependent changes in chirality from base pairs to RNA-mediated amino acid substitutions.
Viruses often carry genes acquired from their host. In the present work, we show that a virus of a marine alga carries a gene encoding a transporter protein that mediates nutrient uptake. We confirm that the viral transporter protein is expressed during infection and show that the protein functions to take up sources of nitrogen. This is important because acquisition of nutrients often determines the ecological success of phytoplankton populations. This work demonstrates how a virus can amend host–viral dynamics by modulating acquisition of nutrients from the environment.
Reported as: Virus reprograms ocean plankton
The virus has stolen a gene from the phytoplankton, which has the surprising effect of making the infected plankton better at absorbing certain nutrients for a period – before the virus kills them.
Much of the planet’s carbon is stored in the sea by a process of algae dying and sinking to the ocean floor, and this research shows a new feature of that process.
“Availability of vitamins and nutrients determine how these phytoplankton function,” said Professor Thomas Richards, of the University of Exeter.
“We have shown that this virus reprogrammes how the phytoplankton obtain nutrients, which affects how they grow and is likely to affect how they absorb carbon dioxide.
“Cells that have the virus are more competitive in the short-term.
The virus-driven theft of quantized energy forces cells to compete for nutrient energy-dependent RNA-mediated reprogramming in the context of the structure of photons, quantum entanglement, one-carbon metabolism, autophagy, and the physiology of reproduction, which links energy-dependent changes in chirality from base pairs to RNA-mediated amino acid substitutions. The amino acid substitutions stabilize the organized genomes of all living genera. Virus-driven energy theft links amino acid substitutions to the stability of viruses at the expense of the stability of organized genomes in all living genera.
The significance of Host-derived viral transporter protein for nitrogen uptake in infected marine phytoplankton can be viewed in the context of prescient predictions made by young earth creationists and other serious scientists. Unfortunately, most of them failed to link energy-dependent RNA-mediated cell type differentiation to all biophysically constrained biodiversity via viral latency.
Pseudoscientists did not mention the likelihood that viruses cause the mutations, which all serious scientists have linked to all pathology. That may be the most recognizable difference between a pseudoscientist and a serious scientist.
See for information reported by serious scientists: Who rules the waves? – Viruses might just be bit players in the drama of the seas. Then again, they could be major actors (1996)
Most consider viruses to be a legion of cripples, sterilised by ultraviolet radiation and rendered impotent by hosts that are largely immune to their threat. But a few researchers take the opposite view. And if they turn out to be right, viruses could radically alter the balance of life in the oceans, ripping away huge parts of the food web that supports whales, sea birds and the fisheries on which many people rely.
See also: 1999 Did God Make Pathogenic Viruses? (1999)
See also: Where do viruses come from? (2004)
“…when virus-infected bacterial cells burst, their energy-rich cell contents spill into the water for other bacteria to scavenge. ‘Viruses tend to keep nutrients away from the big stuff and keep them going around in the little stuff,’ says Fuhrman. If so, viruses have shaped the entire structure of the ecosystem.”
See also: Viral Genome Junk Is Bunk (2015)
So, where do viruses come from that essentially share the same sequences as those found in their host genomes? Perhaps the evolutionists have placed the cart before the horse on this issue, as proposed by several creationist scientists.4,6 In fact, in an ironic twist, the evidence mentioned above indicates that viruses likely arose from their hosts and not the other way around. As molecular biologist and biochemist Peter Borger notes, “The most parsimonious answer is: the RNA viruses got their genes from their hosts.”6
See for comparison from 2017:
Carl Woese failed to place his ideas about the three domains of life into the context of how biophysically constrained viral latency links the anti-entropic virucidal energy of sunlight from the physiology of pheromone controlled reproduction to all biodiversity. Woese was wrong about everything. There is one domain of life. In all living genera, the pheromone-controlled physiology of reproduction is energy-dependent and RNA-directed DNA methylation links amino acid substitutions in supercoiled DNA to all biodiversity.
See for comparison this example of human idiocy, On the Origin of Reverse Transcriptase-Using CRISPR-Cas Systems and Their Hyperdiverse, Enigmatic Spacer Repertoires
Only neo-Darwinian theorists insist on playing word games to link what they refer to as “enigmatic spacer repertoires” to biodiversity outside the context of energy-dependent changes in the microRNA/messenger RNA balance that link electrons to ecosystems via hydrogen-atom transfer in DNA base pairs in solution.
“Human idiocy” was the term used by Feynman before Roger Penrose reminded us that all organisms must eat. See: “How often do we still hear that quantum effects can have little relevance in the study of biology, or even that we eat food in order to gain energy?” (1991)
For comparison see: Fink et al., (2017) Cross-Cultural Investigation of Male Gait Perception in Relation to Physical Strength and Speed Fink also is a co-author of the award-winning review: Human pheromones: integrating neuroendocrinology and ethology (2001)
See for comparison: A BRIEF ESSAY ON HOW COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY BECAME AN ENDANGERED SPECIES (link opens pdf)
Rather than continue to link food energy from the pheromone-controlled physiology of reproduction to all biodiversity in all living genera, Fink joined the pseudoscientists. He appears to be following the lead of people like Jay R. Feierman. As moderator of the International Society for Human Ethology’s Yahoo Group, Feierman has inadvertently eliminated all works of human ethologists from any further consideration, and he admits it.
See: 8/21/17 [HUMAN ETHOLOGY MODERATOR NOTE: I could write a similar essay on why human ethology is an endangered species but the causes would be different. I’m old enough to have seen many academic disciplines disappear and new ones take their place. It is rather easy to put this process into a cultural evolution model. Academic disciplines are like species, most of the ones who have ever lived are now extinct. New species are born and old species die…. jrf]
On July 25, 2013, Feierman [jrf] wrote: Variation is not nutrient availability and the something that is doing the selecting is not the individual organism. A feature of an educated person is to realize what they do not know. Sadly, you don’t know that you have an incorrect understanding [of] Darwinian biological evolution.
Four years later, the concept of “new species are born and old species die” is divorced from the claims Jay R. Feierman made.
See for comparison: Linking mental health and the gut microbiome
The main idea of our review is that there is strong communication between the gastrointestinal tract and the brain, and that changes to the microbiome-gut-brain axis could be associated with the etiology of different neuropsychiatric disorders such as depression…
Food energy-dependent changes in the microbiome-gut-brain axis link nutrient stress and social stress from the de novo creation of microRNAs in plants to changes in the microRNA/messenger RNA balance of animals via links from food odors to pheromone-controlled ecological adaptations in species from microbes to humans.
A better perception of the significance of the MGB axis in the etiology of depression will help us to obtain a better understanding about the pathophysiology of this syndrome. Also, it opens the possibility to offer better treatment strategies to our patients. This will be possible only if we accomplish to decipher the genetic, anatomical, functional, and behavioral characteristics of the human microbiota. The most important limitation in the area of the MGB axis’ research lies in the fact that there is very little knowledge about the gut microbiome.
The claim that there is very little knowledge about the gut microbiome can be compared to what is known about the link from the virus-driven degradation of messenger RNA in soil bacteria to all pathology in all living genera. Everything known to serious scientists was detailed in the context of this report: The Bull Sperm MicroRNAome and the Effect of Fescue Toxicosis on Sperm MicroRNA Expression The changes in the microRNAome included the link to the transgenerational epigenetic inheritance of all pathology in all living genera. The links from the transgenerational epigenetic inheritance of cancer and the transgenerational epigenetic inheritance of behavioral disorders were place into the context of links from quantum physics to quantum souls.
Video interview about the death of Robin Williams
Superbugs, Bacteriophages and Phage Therapy: An Interview with James Kohl
Food Energy-Dependent Cell Type Differentiation Refutes Theory of Evolution
How to Treat Cancer as a Disorder of Energy Transfer
Charles Darwin Taught Conditions of Life, Not Mutations
Quantized Energy Links Olfaction from Angstroms to Ecosystems Part 1
Quantized Energy Links Olfaction from Angstroms to Ecosystems Part 2
When you next see someone claim that “…there is very little knowledge about the gut microbiome” you may associate that claim with the ignorance touted by neo-Darwinian theorists and compare it to what anyone 10 years-old or older will learn when they play the cell biology game “Cystosis.”
A board game taking place inside a human cell! Players compete to build enzymes, hormones and receptors and fend off attacking Viruses!