RNA can be written into DNA

Imagine my shock.

Pause. Wait. Imagine it.

Imagine my shock.

“This work opens the door to many other studies that will help us understand the significance of having a mechanism for converting RNA messages into DNA in our own cells,” says Richard Pomerantz, PhD, associate professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at Thomas Jefferson University. “The reality that a human polymerase can do this with high efficiency, raises many questions.” For example, this finding suggests that RNA messages can be used as templates for repairing or re-writing genomic DNA.

The work was published June 11th, 2021, in the journal Science Advances.

Except we knew this for ages and I’d posted about it before, this just proves it further.

Well duh, messengers don’t just go ONE way?

It’s all part of your epigenome, I explained this before.

Together with first author Gurushankar Chandramouly and other collaborators, Dr. Pomerantz’s team started by investigating one very unusual polymerase, called polymerase theta. Of the 14 DNA polymerases in mammalian cells, only three do the bulk of the work of duplicating the entire genome to prepare for cell division. The remaining 11 are mostly involved in detecting and making repairs when there’s a break or error in the DNA strands. Polymerase theta repairs DNA, but is very error-prone and makes many errors or mutations. The researchers therefore noticed that some of polymerase theta’s “bad” qualities were ones it shared with another cellular machine, albeit one more common in viruses — the reverse transcriptase. Like Pol theta, HIV reverse transcriptase acts as a DNA polymerase, but can also bind RNA and read RNA back into a DNA strand.

DNA polymerase, there’s a term to tuck in your belt.

“Our research suggests that polymerase theta’s main function is to act as a reverse transcriptase,” says Dr. Pomerantz. “In healthy cells, the purpose of this molecule may be toward RNA-mediated DNA repair. In unhealthy cells, such as cancer cells, polymerase theta is highly expressed and promotes cancer cell growth and drug resistance. It will be exciting to further understand how polymerase theta’s activity on RNA contributes to DNA repair and cancer-cell proliferation.”

RNA-mediated DNA repair. Quite an arse covering.

If it can repair, it can damage.

When highly expressed, the process promotes cancer growth? Really? Fascinating. I’ll await the RNA trial results from the control group of organic humans with interest. Extreme interest.

The drug resistance is interesting, that wouldn’t include anti-virals, would it?
To people with tainted RNA, would transcriptase be a kill shot?

Here’s hoping my idiotic relatives don’t shed on me into mutantdom. If they do, I’ll tell you.

Sure they did

It wasn’t like religion has referred to humans and the soul in terms of pure light since FOREVER.

https://phys.org/news/2020-09-lhc.html

I’ve called it hard light too. What we think of as ‘energy’ is more like vapour in terms of metaphor. It’s a weak form of the same phenomenon.

This explains many parts of the Bible e.g. sin against one’s own body, or body as Temple. Well, if every body is a light body (from God…)….

Lord said Let there be LIGHT (life)….

Zeus has lightning bolts. How long until they figure out the crystal part?

They’ve already overlooked Darwin’s original work on genes (not what you think, broader) so…. I can wait.

I’m not helping. The super high IQ just prefer to let Prestigious Academia flounder.

The genome has a structure, remember. And unlike the Creationists claim, it is NOT static. Evolution is a force, mutation affects microbes too….

I’ve seen academics rip off youtubers before.

Reminder: e=mc^2 was NOT Einstein, he ripped off an Italian. (DePrento? I believe?) Henri Poincare deserved Einstein’s rep but the MSM ignored him.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olinto_De_Pretto

Yes, an Italian.

The energy equivalence was actually Tesla, as a concept, who discussed in an interview telling Einstein about it.

He also tried for an equation for the Swami. Years prior. When Einstein was a dumb little baby.

A Frenchwoman almost discovered e=mc^2 by experiment in the 18th century (she was Voltaire’s lover) but her scales were slightly off. Hollywood is a propaganda machine for America to corrupt the world with lies.

Einstein e=mc^2 fraud

I didn’t embellish before but it’s a clear-cut case of plagiarism.

Archive a few of these.

https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/einstein-did-not-derive-e-mc2-first.28362/

https://www.theguardian.com/world/1999/nov/11/rorycarroll

http://www.naturalphilosophy.org/site/harryricker/2015/05/23/the-origin-of-the-equation-e-mc2/

“Professor Bartocci traced a link between De Pretto and Einstein, through Einstein’s best friend, Michele Besso.”

He hated being famous because he feared being outed in his own time.

The guy practiced incest and people still praise him.

Incest has never been a controversial thing to oppose.

The Jewish IQ posterboy is a plagiarizing pedophile.

“like a beggar clothed in purple, whom ignorant people take for a king.” 

spot on! strong words from a mild-mannered foreigner

The crazy hair matched his sexuality, even to divorce in that time was a no-no. His first wife got the Nobel money because her work as a mathematician nabbed him the prize. Letters proved it, he had to run everything past her. It’s no coincidence the Nobel is a public fiction of rich Jews giving other Jews prizes for their mutually-agreed superior intellect, think of the optics.

Why are no other intellectual prizes recognized or allowed?

Curiously, his socialism is praised despite famously running away from …a socialist regime.

Like a typical sociopath, he was a creep, a hypocrite, a liar and a thief. That’s simply the proven fact.

He denied the science required to operate on his triple A and the hubris killed him.

Global cooling and poles

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Valentina_Zharkova/publication/266799418_Prediction_of_Solar_Activity_from_Solar_Background_Magnetic_Field_Variations_in_Cycles_21-23/links/559fbc8c08ae3dbcbe86d891/Prediction-of-Solar-Activity-from-Solar-Background-Magnetic-Field-Variations-in-Cycles-21-23.pdf?origin=publication_detail

People moving from warm countries to cold ones will freeze to death or move home.

Bolded abstract for the lazy:

Prediction of Solar Activity from Solar Background Magnetic Field Variations in Cycles 21-23

A comprehensive spectral analysis of both the solar background magnetic field (SBMF) in cycles 21–23 and the sunspot magnetic field in cycle 23 reported in our recent paper showed the presence of two principal components (PCs) of SBMF having opposite polarity, e.g., originating in the northern and southern hemispheres, respectively. Over a duration of one solar cycle, both waves are found to travel with an increasing phase shift toward the northern hemisphere in odd cycles 21 and 23 and to the southern hemisphere in even cycle 22. These waves were linked to solar dynamo waves assumed to form in different layers of the solar interior. In this paper, for the first time, the PCs of SBMF in cycles 21–23 are analyzed with the symbolic regression technique using Hamiltonian principles, allowing us to uncover the underlying mathematical laws governing these complex waves in the SBMF presented by PCs and to extrapolate these PCs to cycles 24–26. The PCs predicted for cycle 24 very closely fit (with an accuracy better than 98%) the PCs derived from the SBMF observations in this cycle. This approach also predicts a strong reduction of the SBMF in cycles 25 and 26 and, thus, a reduction of the resulting solar activity. This decrease is accompanied by an increasing phase shift between the two predicted PCs (magnetic waves) in cycle 25 leading to their full separation into the opposite hemispheres in cycle 26. The variations of the modulus summary of the two PCs in SBMF reveals a remarkable resemblance to the average number of sunspots in cycles 21–24 and to predictions of reduced sunspot numbers compared to cycle 24: 80% in cycle 25 and 40% in cycle 26.

trans. the Sun is taking a chill pill and expect bad harvests.

Turns out when you look at the Sun, Earth’s surface temperature is predictive!

New readers who don’t know I read physics papers:

Me:

🙂

Had to.

From the conclusion:

We can conclude with a sufficient degree of confidence
that the solar activity in cycles 24–26 will be systematically
decreasing because of the increasing phase shift between the
two magnetic waves of the poloidal field leading to their full
separation into opposite hemispheres in cycles 25 and 26. This
separation is expected to result in the lack of their subsequent
interaction in any of the hemispheres, possibly leading to a lack
of noticeable sunspot activity on the solar surface lasting for a
decade or two, similar to those recorded in the medieval period.

The Mini Ice Age? Famine? Specify.

Empirical appropriation?

Read it and weep, intellectually dishonest history re-writers.

From link in this.

Source: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/316823911_Managing_Science

They’ll claim Newton was Asian next.

You didn’t write these formulae or the many treatise on empiricism that makes science formally a method. It’s like when they try to call ancient philosophers ‘psychologists’ when Galton is probably spinning in his grave, clutching all the mathematics he brought to invent the field of psychometrics. He invented correlations and developed fingerprint technology when most people were still starting fires to cook dinner. Sure, give dick-measuring Freud credit, sounds fair.

Psychology is a “behavioural science” aka it needs maths!

https://apa.org/pubs/info/reports/stem-discipline.aspx

The National Science Foundation (NSF) definition of STEM fields includes mathematics, natural sciences, engineering, computer and information sciences, and the social and behavioral sciences – psychology, economics, sociology, and political science (National Science Foundation, Division of Science Resources Statistics, 2009).”

https://www.simplypsychology.org/wundt.html
Wilhelm Wundt opened the Institute for Experimental Psychology at the University of Leipzig in Germany in 1879. This was the first laboratory dedicated to psychology, and its opening is usually thought of as the beginning of modern psychology. Indeed, Wundt is often regarded as the father of psychology.”

Freud opened his office in Vienna in 1886, for comparison.

Get over yourself. Even the Gutenberg press making the wide publication of scientific materials possible was European.

[inb4: Engineers aren’t scientists either.]

Nowadays the Method could actually be patented so ownership claims are valid and vital parts of legally-protected cultural heritage.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Method_(patent)

http://www.cultureindevelopment.nl/Cultural_Heritage/What_is_Cultural_Heritage

“Cultural Heritage is an expression of the ways of living developed by a community and passed on from generation to generation, including customs, practices, places, objects, artistic expressions and values. Cultural Heritage is often expressed as either Intangible or Tangible Cultural Heritage (ICOMOS, 2002).”

Ideologies too, including the invented philosophy of secular empiricism (not religious-based).

“Driving force behind all definitions of Cultural Heritage is:
it is a human creation intended to inform (John Feather, 2006).”

Methods of information in a race.

The more formalized, the better!

“Having at one time referred exclusively to the monumental remains of cultures, cultural heritage as a concept has gradually come to include new categories. Today, we find that heritage is not only manifested through tangible forms such as artefacts, buildings or landscapes but also through intangible forms. Intangible heritage includes voices, values, traditions, oral history. Popularly this is perceived through cuisine, clothing, forms of shelter, traditional skills and technologies, religious ceremonies, performing arts, storytelling. Today, we consider the tangible heritage inextricably bound up with the intangible heritage. In conservation projects we aim to preserve both the tangible as well as the intangible heritage.”

culture (includes precise philosophy and its movements) and technologies as a result of culture, what could that refer to?

On another note, white people have a legal right as a race to the exclusive use of our own symbols, including art, stories, architecture, fashions and food!

Give it back, you racist bigots.

They didn’t tell you that, did they?

Brief detour before the big reveal.

You have exclusive rights to your People’s

“traditional skills and technologies”
“objects, artistic expressions”

Picture Trump in a rice hat. Imagine their reaction. ….But this is fine.

https://disenchantedscholar.wordpress.com/2018/10/30/what-about-the-white-minstrels/

WHITE CULTURE

DOESN’T BELONG

TO THE WORLD.

pinterest.com/sylviacrose/ancient-world-jewelry/

It’s embarrassing when you have no culture of your own to wear.

I’m big on earring archaeology.

https://www.harpersbazaar.com/fashion/trends/g21930727/layered-necklace-looks-ideas/

“The ubiquitous coin necklace makes for the perfect starting point when layering—let it be your focal point and build from there.” “Pair a wider chain link necklace with your dainty pendants for the perfect contrast to your layers.” “Play with texture by mixing and matching different style chains with one another so each individual piece stands out.”

You mean like this?

Plagiarizing the style of dead Athenians from their very tombs. Shame on you.

On food, for fun.

It reminds me of the food lies (Dutch baby is an American name in the 1900s) like Americans stealing Yorkshire puddings and abusing them by covering them in sugary bullshit.
“Manca’s Cafe claimed that it owned the trademark for Dutch babies in 1942.” – wikipedia
https://www.historic-uk.com/CultureUK/Yorkshire-Pudding/
“The prefix “Yorkshire” was first used within a publication by Hannah Glasse in 1747
or how pizzas date back to 1570, long before America.
http://www.oldcook.com/en/cooking-recipes_medieval#piz
Mac & cheese to the 15th century
http://greneboke.com/recipes/macaroni.html

Back to SCIENCE

Further reading: an important philosophical figure on par with Newton

https://www.famousscientists.org/francis-bacon/

was English.

Technically, Science (Method) was invented by the English.

BOOM.

That’s why everyone hates us, we invented pretty much everything.

“Francis Bacon discovered and popularized the scientific method, whereby the laws of science are discovered by gathering and analyzing data from experiments and observations, rather than by using logic-based arguments.”

Discovered = invented.

It isn’t a natural phenomena so ‘discovered’ is an inaccurate legal term.

Older books say invented.

It also has a true, academic name.

The Baconian method marked the beginning of the end for the 2,000-year-old natural philosophy of Aristotle, unleashing a wave of new scientific discoveries, particularly in the hands of devotees such as Robert Boyle.

Philosophy is not science, no math, no method. Bacon really invented falsifiability.

OT but

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5832789/Young-people-really-getting-stupid-IQs-falling-seven-points-generation.html

The above points were important because if you were taught these core fundamentals, you’d know 7 points in IQ is gigantic, especially in one generation. You could lose less than that with blunt force head trauma.

Since it’s rooted to a norm value of 100, that’s 7% of mind power. Compounding, heritable mental degeneration.

“Natural” products

I don’t want people to misunderstand when I post about things like aluminium.

I am well aware of this “everything’s a chemical” spiel.

BUT

Everything is nature.

People hate me for pointing this out but even the urban environment, is still AN environment. It’s an ecosystem. Pigeons and rats have been evolving into and for this environment, as have humans.

We don’t take to it as well because our brains are more complex (and the genes that produce features such as our brains) so “cocktail effects” must be observed too (post-Industrial Revolution we have a high level of pollution which includes chemicals in the soil – in the food). When a rat’s brain goes wrong, it starves or dies randomly. It doesn’t really matter. When our brains go wrong, we have birth defects, people going postal or nukes destroy the planet. Human behaviour is important to study when it comes to chemicals and obviously this relates to health.

I am not being paranoid or anti-chemical in the scientific sense.