Debunking No-Virus Claims One-By-One - Jeff Green by zyxzevn in Biology

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Here is another article from Jeff Green:
About the false claims made by Jamie Andrews.
https://jeffgreenhealth.substack.com/p/jamie-andrews-cell-culture-falsehoods

True Facts: Plants That Explode by zyxzevn in Biology

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Another video with a lot of sex-related innuendo.

Landmark Study Reveals 'Transgender' Kids Actually Have Other Mental Health Diagnoses by zyxzevn in Biology

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A societal model is broken if and when greed-driven 'doctors'
are building clinics in order to serve extreme neurotic narcissists,
'treating' thus 'Body Integrity Dysphoria' or whatever,
providing them with surgery (to deal with mental issues!?),
while children with real (curable but 'expensive') medical issues
may be left to die if their parents are not rich enough to pay.

Human Cells Vibrate With Resonant Frequency and It's Technically Audible by zyxzevn in Biology

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This is why people are annoying even when they aren't doing anything

Wasps Just Became The First Known Insects Who Can Reason Using Logic by zyxzevn in Biology

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No they didn't.

Viruses exist and you can make them visible by zyxzevn in Biology

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Studies Show Viruses without Cell Culture, Disproving "No-Virus"
https://jeffgreenhealth.substack.com/p/studies-show-viruses-without-cell

"There was no virus" the SARS-Cov2 virus did not kill people
https://arkmedic.substack.com/p/there-was-no-virus

Molecules Don't Care About Life (Professor in Synthetic organic chemistry, James Tour explains how life is full with paradoxes. Life is doing the impossible from chemical perspective) by zyxzevn in Biology

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Random evolution is clearly impossible. One needs full control over all chemical reactions on molecular level.

Viruses exist and you can make them visible by zyxzevn in Biology

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Here is a new article about "Giant Viruses":
Bizarre giant viruses with tubular tentacles and star-like shells discovered in New England forest
Giant viruses are much more diverse in shape and size than scientists previously thought, according to a new study.

Links to study:
Amazing structural diversity of giant virus-like particles in forest soil

Viruses exist and you can make them visible by zyxzevn in Biology

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Nice to use old evidence, but you can't convince some people. There are photomicrographs of sars-ncov-2 on human tissues, and still people won't believe

True Facts: Fungi That Control The Insects They Eat by zyxzevn in Biology

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Coming to a supermarket near you.

Animals that Got the Middle Finger from Evolution by zyxzevn in Biology

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Incels can't help but show what pure garbage they are. You just poke them a little bit and the disgusting trash starts spewing out. No one will ever fuck you because no one, man or woman, will ever respect you, scum. Go fucking die like the little worm you are.

https://saidit.net/comments/aoge/comment/11wqz?context=3

Animals that Got the Middle Finger from Evolution by zyxzevn in Biology

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Such as me for example

Animals that Got the Middle Finger from Evolution by zyxzevn in Biology

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It is not much in-depth, but gives some interesting examples of how some animals are fucked-up from birth.

Kangeroo by zyxzevn in Biology

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Hahaha, that kangaroo is jacked 😂

Do fungi...think? 🧠🍄| Whose Gene 15 - Thought Emperium (Electrical signals and networks of neurons are very similar to fungi) by zyxzevn in Biology

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Very likely, but of what they think about, who knows.

The Mother of All Chicken & Egg Problems (Your Designed Body) - Complete different things need to be 100% ready at the same time for a species to survive by zyxzevn in Biology

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It's only partly random circumstance.

Like with all life, such as the chance we'd meet here - along with non-random circumstances (ie. free-thinking truth-seeking purpose of SaidIt), and the universal fundamentals and systems (ie. SaidIt is a social media website - not plumbing or a spatula or an emotion). Similarly you need the chemical building blocks of life with random churning so over time many zillions of iterations build more complex that actually succeed, and on those established foundations can continue to build more and more complexity (ie. from RNA to DNA - or from cells to multicellular life to life with organs to life in social structures). This is not simply random, but accumulative - and IMO inevitable.

Adaptable means that life will survive somehow. If things get too hot or cold many will die, but those that can adapt will thrive. If necessary, obviously being strong is fine, but butterflies survive by their vast numbers - but may not due to pesticides. Unless they adapt to survive this toxic world.

A tornado is bad luck, as is a predator, or an active volcano in your region. If your species is only there, you will go extinct.

I wouldn't call humanity stupid - but I would call them average, and that's not great. The deceptive Machiavellian ruling class is a parasite that exploits the good nature and ignorance of the mass majority. It makes sense for them to have lots of children so they can pick the best of them to continue their power-legacy. And yes, they have so many so unworthy offspring, who can be useful in lower positions, all propping up the system they all vampirically depend upon.

Yes, most species have various ways of propagating healthy genetics, built-in and selective. I know it takes a lot of changed attributes to be categorized a new species, but I know little on this vast arbitrary topic.

The random DNA mutation theory makes sense, as does the idea that exogenetic expressions may be turned on by various factors (ie. nutrients, stress, environment, etc.), so why not both be viable - and more? Life is not simple. ("God" is.)

Only beneficial mutations (aka perfect evolution) is naive, simplistic, and stupid. I'd say you get good, bad, and simply different variations. Only over countless generations will you see who is more adaptable and better suited to surviving. I wouldn't call this "broke genes".

And those are not the mutations that you want for a new organ or process.

Or vaccine or lockdown.

Dinosaurs had eggs long before chickens existed - thus Chicken & Egg Problem solved.

All these genes and systems would need to develop to near perfection to work.

I disagree. Nature has built in copious redundancies and adaptive backup systems in most genetic code - because nature is messy and over millennia has evolved to compensate for that, along side all the other variables. Though, unfortunately like a combination lock, sometimes the odds line up to unleash genetic deficiencies or even calamity on individuals or family branches.

This is why many people think of some kind of a design system that helps the DNA-genes to work towards this goal.

You have meddled with the primal forces of nature, Mr. Beale, and I won't have it! Is that clear? ~ Arthur Jensen, Network (1976)

Personally I think that some life-consciousness system is using DNA as building blocks in some way.

If we are in a simulation, maybe, but I think a life-consciousness system is unnecessarily over complicating it. Perhaps it's ironic when I say, life is complex - but not unnecessarily complex.

However, I do admit that existence/life is "IMO inevitable", self-organizing and gaining complexity. To what end I can't imagine. Ray Kurzweil has some neat utopian theories in The Singularity Is Near but completely ignores negative aspects like the Zionist corruption for complete domination, actual environmental toxification and destruction, uncontrollable A.I. revolt, etc. that will usher in his SyntheticWisdom™ (my fictional step up from "smart" A.I.).

Without FOTPACH (fair, open, transparent, peaceful, accountable, consistent, honest) ethical management in all things, including politicized $cience, there's no way I can trust in genetic researchers who seem like a bunch of toddlers playing with matches and dynamite.

And it would be interesting to find out how that works, without religious or materialistic dogmas.

Indeed. There remains inevitably endless hard work to excavate through the corrupt $cience to find those elusive golden truths and to bring them to light.

The Mother of All Chicken & Egg Problems (Your Designed Body) - Complete different things need to be 100% ready at the same time for a species to survive by zyxzevn in Biology

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Yes. I think most biologists do not think that it is random DNA-mutations anymore.
IF they actually looked at problem.
I noticed in some discussions that most do not really think about the problem,

With "adaptable" are you are talking about random circumstances?
Does the best house survive after a tornado? Sounds more like luck to me. And if we look at the human race, we can see that the most stupid people of the world get either the most power or the most offspring. These last years we have even seen the rise of the idiocracy.Is human evolution actually going backwards?

What animals seem to do, is choose partners that give them the best chance of survival. That improves things a bit.
But it does not create a new species. It creates a surviving branch of the species. They usually still have very similar genes.

The random DNA mutation theory.
Since the discovery of genes in DNA, biologists have tried to understand how these are able to form new structures, like new organs. The ultimate goal was to explain intelligence. And looking at DNA they are the blue-prints of proteins from which all bodies and structures are build.

Dawkin's evolution theory specifies random changes in DNA causing effectively ONLY beneficial mutations. The infinite (+- 1060) other mutations are ignored. There is no evidence for that process either. Positive working DNA-mutations cause small disabilities that make the animal or person perform better, by breaking a part of the system.

Some examples: A wolf may become a human-friendly dog, by not growing to an adult in behavior. Human's best friend, but something broke in the genes. In humans we see the same for the divers in some Pacific Islands. The divers can stay under water for many minutes, because the genes that restricted them broke.

And those are not the mutations that you want for a new organ or process. You want everything else to work well, and add more to the working system. You do not want a car that loses a roof, that makes it drive faster. The roof will be necessary when it rains.

But the chicken&egg problem comes into changes that are not like random DNA mutations, but many "targeted" DNA mutations that cause changes at many places in the genes. With only one mutation one would kill the whole line of species, with one failure too. A while range of gene systems have to work perfectly in harmony to get it to work. Example: What would a fly do without a wing? How many genes have to be constructed to grow a wing good enough to fly? And when it has wings, how can it fly? How can it know what to do? All these genes and systems would need to develop to near perfection to work. They have no tries with failed models. They can not do experiments like humans and design a balanced and well powered wing. And add a coordination system later.

This is why many people think of some kind of a design system that helps the DNA-genes to work towards this goal.
Personally I think that some life-consciousness system is using DNA as building blocks in some way.
And it would be interesting to find out how that works, without religious or materialistic dogmas.

The Mother of All Chicken & Egg Problems (Your Designed Body) - Complete different things need to be 100% ready at the same time for a species to survive by zyxzevn in Biology

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random evolution theories

I hate that over-simplistic phrase that is so often presented by religious simple minds. Evolution is NOT random.

And it's NOT "survival of the fittest" which is a term invented by a ruling class Christian. Darwin and Wallace were clear that it is about "survival of the adaptable".

The Mother of All Chicken & Egg Problems (Your Designed Body) - Complete different things need to be 100% ready at the same time for a species to survive by zyxzevn in Biology

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I think that this is a very interesting problem ignored by random evolution theories. And discovering how it works can help us understanding a lot more about how biology works.

Different to the bones and DNA by zyxzevn in Biology

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you know, that plus a few thousand ways genes express differently between the sexes

Bacteria That Only Want To Head North by zyxzevn in Biology

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This wont last long, the poles are about to reverse and magnetic direction will be a complete mess.

Birds can see more colors by zyxzevn in Biology

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Can you imagine if you lived in a fictional comic book universes and your super power was that you had the visual color spectrum of a bird.

Birds can see more colors by zyxzevn in Biology

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Here is a related article

Untangler of Knots: The Amazing Topoisomerase Molecular Machine by zyxzevn in Biology

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Here is an interview with more explanation and discussion.
video

Untangler of Knots: The Amazing Topoisomerase Molecular Machine by zyxzevn in Biology

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The Intelligent Design group has lots of interesting topics, showing the deep complexity of biological systems.

This Topoisiometase is necessary for the DNA to replicate, together with like 100s of other essential enzymes. Because of the spiral shape DNA gets always stuck into all kinds of knots after replication. So without Topoisometase there would be no replication of DNA. The DNA also encodes this enzyme to make replication of itself possible.

The Tiny Crustacean With the Oldest Penis [Journey to the Microcosmos] by zyxzevn in Biology

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"Giant genitals"! That was an easy click...

The Tiny Crustacean With the Oldest Penis [Journey to the Microcosmos] by zyxzevn in Biology

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No it is not about politics.. ;-)

Low IQ Feminist goes crazy after paying for a DNA study and discovering she is not 100% African by RuckusChan in Biology

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Hahahahaha!

Low IQ Feminist goes crazy after paying for a DNA study and discovering she is not 100% African by RuckusChan in Biology

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Looks like she is not going to be eligible for reparations.

Low IQ Feminist goes crazy after paying for a DNA study and discovering she is not 100% African by RuckusChan in Biology

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Low IQ Feminist

Just read a different redundant headline that said "undereage 11 year old"...

Exploring the Frontier of Molecuilar Biology with Dynamic Visualisation - Drew Berry by zyxzevn in Biology

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DNA of Giant ‘Corpse Flower’ Parasite Surprises Biologists by zyxzevn in Biology

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This plant can do that indeed.

DNA of Giant ‘Corpse Flower’ Parasite Surprises Biologists by zyxzevn in Biology

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Does this article say that parasitic plants absorb the genes of host plants and then decide to keep the genes they value? Or did I read it wrongly?

DNA of Giant ‘Corpse Flower’ Parasite Surprises Biologists by zyxzevn in Biology

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The invasion of the body snatchers of the plant world.

Memory transfer between snails challenges view of how brain remembers by zyxzevn in Biology

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Some Proteins Change Their Folds to Perform Different Jobs by zyxzevn in Biology

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Related discussion on Hacker News

How a newly discovered body part changes our understanding of the brain (and the immune system) (2016) by zyxzevn in Biology

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the hippies were ... right

Human-Size Blob Drifts by Divers. And It's Packed with Hundreds of Thousands of Baby Squid. by zyxzevn in Biology

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What if it hatches, and all the squids are hungry?

First Compelling Evidence of Organisms That Eat Viruses as a Food Source by zyxzevn in Biology

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Lets not use it on covid 🙂

All about wombat scat (shitpost) by zyxzevn in Biology

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Viruses lectures by Stephen Harrison (Harvard, iBiology) by zyxzevn in Biology

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One of the better no-bullshit lectures that I found.
Other videos are far too simple or add all kinds of assumptions.

Sir Roger Penrose & Dr. Stuart Hameroff: Consciousness and the Physics of the Brain by zyxzevn in Biology

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Hamerhoff shows the possible relationship between microtubules and consciousness.

Microtubules can hold certain frequencies in which memory can be stored or decisions can be made. These terahertz frequencies are affected by consciousness changing chemicals. The geometric structures of the neurones can produce the well known brain-waves (Alpha/Beta/Gamma), that are related to certain consciousness states.

With experiments we can learn more about the importance of these microtubules. We may also learn more about quantum mechanics, and how it affects biology.

Description with the video:

Sir Roger Penrose and Dr. Stuart Hameroff discuss one of the leading theories of consciousness recently selected by the Templeton Foundation for study. Is the brain a sophisticated computer or an intuitive thinking device? Following on from their conference in Tucson which pitted Integrated Information Theory (IIT) against Orchestrated Objective Reduction (Orch-OR), Sir Roger Penrose OM and Stuart Hameroff discuss the current state of theories that might explain human consciousness.

Sir Roger Penrose describe examples of ‘non-computability’ in human consciousness, thoughts and actions such as the way we evaluate particular chess positions which cast doubt on ‘Turing’ computation as a complete explanation of brain function. As a source of non-computability, Roger discuss his ‘objective reduction’ (‘OR’) self-collapse of the quantum wavefunction which is a potential resolution for the ‘measurement problem’ in quantum mechanics, and a mechanism for non-computable physics.

Dr. Stuart Hameroff reviews neuronal and biophysical aspects of Orch OR, in which ‘orchestrated’ quantum vibrations occur among entangled brain microtubules and evolve toward Orch OR threshold and consciousness. The nature, feasibility, decoherence times and evidence for quantum vibrations in microtubules, their role and correlation with consciousness, effects upon them of anesthetic gases and psychedelic drug molecules will be discussed, along with Orch OR criticisms and predictions of microtubule quantum vibrations as therapeutic targets for mental and cognitive disorders.

Honey Badgers: Masters Of Mayhem. Full by zyxzevn in Biology

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For entertainment: Honey badger don't care

"Baby dragon" by zyxzevn in Biology

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It looks like a flying lizard.
See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Draco_(genus)

Jonathan Wells Presents His Latest Book Zombie Science by zyxzevn in Biology

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In his latest book Zombie Science, biologist Jonathan Wells asks a simple question: If the icons of evolution were just innocent textbook errors, why do so many of them still persist? Wells gave a presentation about Zombie Science at the book's national launch party recently in Seattle. (see more about the presentation here https://evolutionnews.org/2017/06/jon...) Watch as Wells explores a new wave of icons walking the halls of science while putting some familiar corpses back in the grave. New topics include DNA, the human eye, vestigial organs, antibiotic resistance, and cancer. Looking past the current zombie outbreak, Wells offers a hopeful vision of science free from the clutches of materialist dogma. Wells himself is something of an iconoclast, railing against the tyranny of science’s Darwin-only advocates. His first book, Icons of Evolution, became an international hit by dismantling the outdated and underwhelming “proofs” of evolution that have littered textbooks for decades. For doing so, he was attacked by Darwin’s defenders and became one of the most hated figures of the intelligent design movement.

Learn more about Zombie Science and all the other books by Jonathan Wells at his website, http://www.iconsofevolution.com.

Revolutionary: Michael Behe and the Mystery of Molecular Machines by zyxzevn in Biology

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The discoveries of complex biological system that can not be reduced to smaller functional parts, go against the idea of complete random mutations. And these systems are very common.

Sadly, the fixed paradigm of biology attacks any idea of non-random mutations, and this causes all kinds of conflicts.

Use soap to kill Corona virus (tip) by zyxzevn in Biology

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So many stories out there about dirty surfaces. The most germ-ridden surface in a public restroom? The door handle! You touch many dirty things. Then you touch your keys, your mobile phone, your credit cards. Personally, I clean my mobile phone every night.

Use soap to kill Corona virus (tip) by zyxzevn in Biology

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Sanitary conditions stops the spread of a virus? STOP THE PRESSES.

We really need to stop this insane paranoid hype over this shit. Let me know when this fucking thing kills more people in a year than THE FUCKING FLU does EVERY SINGLE GODDAMN YEAR AND NO FUCKING PERSON SEEMS TO GIVE A SHIT ABOUT THAT.

Use soap to kill Corona virus (tip) by zyxzevn in Biology

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Article in Nature about using standard medicine against the Corona RNA virus.

Remdesivir and chloroquine effectively inhibit the recently emerged novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in vitro https://www.nature.com/articles/s41422-020-0282-0

It is claimed to be "highly effective".
This information may save some lives for people that need treatment.

Discussion at: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=22426143

Use soap to kill Corona virus (tip) by zyxzevn in Biology

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Maybe it would help to spray soap water or peroxide-water in the air? At least it would be easy to clean surfaces and clothes.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrogen_peroxide is a like bleach and easily available.

The Geopolitics Of Biological Weapons by zyxzevn in Biology

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Corona Virus? by zyxzevn in Biology

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Can be killed with alcohol.
Only the strongest will survive.

Source https://www.reddit.com/r/blender/comments/evumlw/what_i_had_in_mind_the_first_time_i_heard_about/
Made by stntoulouse on reddit

Can a Plant Remember? This One Seems to—Here’s the Evidence by zyxzevn in Biology

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The documentary "The Secret Life of Plants" has some other cool experiments on this topic. Fascinating.

Can a Plant Remember? This One Seems to—Here’s the Evidence by zyxzevn in Biology

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There are some studies that show that Bacteria also have memories. This shows that the memory can also be stored in other places than neurons.

Some examples:

Bacteria can pass on memory to descendants

Collective memory discovered in bacteria

Bacteria become “genomic tape recorders”

And.. smile molds

Strong Evidence Of Natural Elongated Skulls At Lake Titicaca In Bolivia by zyxzevn in Biology

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These long skulls already exist before birth, so this means that they are not artificially lengthened (as happens in some African tribes). The bone structure of these skulls is also different (can be seen in other videos of this channel).

Elongated Skulls Of Paracas Peru: Latest DNA Testing News

Previous results showed that these skulls in Peru match most with people coming from around the Black Sea. But there are still some unmatched DNA in it, which need to be sought out.

Bacteria can 'outsmart' programmed cell death by zyxzevn in Biology

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Is Your Brain Really A Computer? Stuart Hameroff by zyxzevn in Biology

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Earlier today I saw a deep-reality simulation of images from a photobooth. The computer was trained by real photo booth images. The result was a creepy trippy-as-fuck animation that was SOOOOOOO much like an acid trip - without the acid.

After seeing that it made me think that my brain on acid and this computer's imagination were eerily similar.

Is Your Brain Really A Computer? Stuart Hameroff by zyxzevn in Biology

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Good point for an open discussion.

I think that we can approach consciousness as a multidimensional "entity". And this gives us very interesting possibilities.

The quantum-conscious theory is a bit weird though, and I think that the measurement problem is a fallacy in science. See my discussion.

Do you know the 10 experiments of Yan Xin? There you can see that Chi may affect our physical world on all levels. Not just on particles in quantum super-positions. It may be that consciousness has some influence on all levels.

I see consciousness as multidimensional. The mathematical laws of the physical world do not change with other dimensions. Like a movements of balls on a pool table can be expressed perfectly even in 2D. Consciousness can be seen as the people playing a game of pool. In the 3D physical world these are hard-to-catch actions that can cause many following events.

Is Your Brain Really A Computer? Stuart Hameroff by zyxzevn in Biology

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the reversed causality in the quantum world makes me feel like the 'problem' of consciousness is already being taken care of. it's more than consciousness, it is knowing the future. and exclusively at that; we can't measure it w/o collapsing the wavefunction even. if i am making sense :-)

Is Your Brain Really A Computer? Stuart Hameroff by zyxzevn in Biology

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One of the world's leading researchers in consciousness studies brings the audience at SAND Italy up to date with the latest research into the relationship between the brain's neuronal firing and consciousness. He explains Penrose's illustrations of nonlocality and superposition as separations in spacetime geometry, focusing in particular on microtubules. He also discusses pi resonance groups in anesthetics and psychedelics, which point to involvement of microtubules, and collapse of the wave function. This is the only scientific explanation of consciousness.

Further information: https://www.quantumconsciousness.org

Personally I disagree with the wavefunction collapse = consciousness idea. It is probably a lot more complicated.

But I think that this direction of research is very interesting, as his results show that. A computer or neural network does not work well without some programmer. Random solutions do not work in reality. So having some kind of consciousness active in this, can solve the problem of consciousness.

What Humans and Stentors Have in Common by zyxzevn in Biology

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Very cool video :D

Immune Cell Migration in the Zebrafish Inner Ear by zyxzevn in Biology

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Vaccine contains cancerous genes from fetus cell culture by zyxzevn in Biology

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Great post! :-)

Vaccine contains cancerous genes from fetus cell culture by zyxzevn in Biology

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'If you question even one vaccine, you hate science, and are stupid'--Reddit

Rotifers: Charmingly Bizarre & Often Ignored (Microcosmos) by zyxzevn in Biology

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With an the craziness in the world it's good to see that someone is looking out for the rotifers...

Yeep! Chanterelle Can Be Grown Under Controlled Environmental Conditions- thinking of hydroponic box of chanterelle by [deleted] in Biology

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Your posts do not seem to get much upvotes, but they do seem interesting. I can't access the site due to add-blocker blocker. And I think that is the reason.

Maybe you could use the text-post, and put the main text inside it. With a link on the top for the pictures and such. That way people may see it as worthwhile to see the site.

If it is a personal site, I would advice to remove this blocker. Instead replace it with: "click here if you want to support my site via ads" or something.

I was munching a strawberry and saw this from my alert-----earthworms and fungi to be employed to boost commercial production of strawberries. Cool! I assume as it means more organic products to be shipped to my backyard..;) by [deleted] in Biology

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Probably good article, but it wants met to switch of my adblocker. Nope

Axon growth & neuron degeneration (mercury exposure) by zyxzevn in Biology

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Totally different topic
But it shows how fully controlled the mainstream media is, and the mainstream science.

Axon growth & neuron degeneration (mercury exposure) by zyxzevn in Biology

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I can't listen to this version of "In the Hall of the Mountain King" without thinking about the Trump Can't Win videos. Oh, oh, it never gets old watching John Oliver get his hateful, sarcastic words shoved right back in his face.

"Clinton leading in Florida, Clinton leading in North Carolina, Clinton leading in Ohio, Clinton leading in Nevada, I could go on and on and on"

BAHAHAHAHAHHAHHAHAAAAAA

Axon growth & neuron degeneration (mercury exposure) by zyxzevn in Biology

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Ha. Good one. My Dad used to sometimes work with mercury switches that contained around a Tablespoon of mercury. He'd bring one home to me once in a while and I'd play with the stuff, rolling it across the floor and splitting it up, then getting it to rejoin in one glob. He didn't know it was bad for my b.b.brain to get it on my skin and I sure didn't know. BTW, what does senile dementia mean?

Brazil Experiment May Have Accidentally Created Genetically-Modified Super Mosquitos (Life .. finds a way) by zyxzevn in Biology

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Only in Brazil. "Swarm of genetically modified super mosquitos murder a mother and her kids"

Future of Weed Control: researchers are banking on genetic control strategy- gene-drive technique after developing a sex-specific maker from pig weed species as the future of weed control. by [deleted] in Biology

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pigweed is a very useful weed - dont mess with it!

Have You Heard of Bio-irrigation? It Might Be the Next Game Changer in Crop Production by [deleted] in Biology

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it could also produce some mind control food worse than soy

Wallace Marshall (UCSF): Ten Craziest Things Cells Do by zyxzevn in Biology

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Cells are not dumb chemical containers, as we are taught to believe.

This is the list of weird properties of cells:
10. Cells can be very large or very small.
9. Cells can walk.
8. Cells understand direction.
7. Cells are connected via nanotubes, and can share their plasma.
6. Cell fragments can perform their own specialized functions.
5. Cells that can sense electricity. (not in video: Some bacteria can even live from electricity).
4. Cells that can solve mazes. And can learn simple things.
3. Cells that can see.
2. Exploding cells. (Or moving via pressure).
1. Cells (parasites) that control human behaviour.

The Regenerative Wisdom of The Body: Michael Levin [ElectroBiology] by zyxzevn in Biology

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absolutely amazing

A Scientist Spilled 2 Drops Organic Mercury On Her Hand. This Is What Happened To Her Brain by zyxzevn in Biology

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This is an example of a vaccine injury:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQn51h1uy4w

A Scientist Spilled 2 Drops Organic Mercury On Her Hand. This Is What Happened To Her Brain by zyxzevn in Biology

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The compound has some similarities to the mercury that is used in vaccines.

Tardigrades (water bears): Chubby, Misunderstood, & Not Immortal [MicroCosmos] by zyxzevn in Biology

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Israel just recently accidentally dumped a bunch of these on the moon

Quantum Biology: The Hidden Nature of Nature by zyxzevn in Biology

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Quantum biology is about the molecules being in 2 states at once, which seems to happen in certain biological systems. This trick makes the molecules more sensitive to light or magnetism than usual.