God, Escher, Mitchell (2)

See first: God, Escher, Mitchell (1)

Jake Jaglarski asked about applying a Pareto-like principle to my work to get up to speed ASAP.  The 20% of academic articles and blogs that provide 80% the knowledge needed now includes articles found in these PubMed searches.

microRNA “Republic of Korea”

microRNA “South Korea”

microRNA “Israel”

See why: Hubs of Asian Science

Science is booming in many parts of Asia — but it is too easy to focus only on the giant economies and overlook other research powers. This special shines the spotlight on five strong science centres in East Asia: Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan. This group is incredibly diverse in priorities and approaches, but all see science and technology as keys to their future. With their substantial investments and strengths, these five research centres are working to secure their future as major forces in the global science landscape.

For example: Science in East Asia — by the numbers  The R&D spending graph shows that research in South Korea from 1996 to 2016 established the so-called “creationist capital of the world” as the world’s current leader.

This does not mean that the United States is finished. See for example: Exploring miRNA-mRNA regulatory network in cardiac pathology in Na+/H+ exchanger isoform 1 transgenic mice

It means that theorists who place their findings into the context of neo-Darwinian evolution and Big Bang cosmology are finished. No intelligent scientist in any part of the world believes that the energy linked to the miRNA-mRNA regulatory networks automagically emerged via a Big Bang. And, no intelligent scientist in any part of the world believes in other ridiculous theories.  I’m not saying that some scientists don’t believe in ridiculous theories. I’m saying that — if they do — they are pseudoscientists.

See for example: Closed Loophole Confirms the Unreality of the Quantum World

The theoretical physicist John Wheeler once used the phrase “great smoky dragon” to describe a particle of light going from a source to a photon counter. “The mouth of the dragon is sharp, where it bites the counter. The tail of the dragon is sharp, where the photon starts,” Wheeler wrote. The photon, in other words, has definite reality at the beginning and end. But its state in the middle — the dragon’s body — is nebulous. “What the dragon does or looks like in between we have no right to speak.”

Richard P. Feynman spoke of this in the context of the biophotonic energy that links what organisms eat from the physiology of reproduction to human biodiversity.

I never tire of revealing his claims about the human idiocy of theoretical physicists.


Their human idiocy indirectly killed his wife, who died from tuberculosis. Other theoretical physicists failed to link biophysically constrained nuclear energy in food to the treatment for tuberculosis via what is known about food energy-dependent cell type differentiation in the context of autophagy.

See for example:  TRIM22 regulates macrophage autophagy and enhances Mycobacterium tuberculosis clearance by targeting the nuclear factor-multiplicity κB/beclin 1 pathway.

Autophagy is a crucial host-defense mechanism against Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb) infection by spanning innate and adaptive immune functions.

Overall, these results suggest that TRIM22-augmented autophagy prevents intracellular Mtb to evade autophagic clearance, thereby inhibiting the persistence of Mtb infections.

Autophagy is quantized energy-dependent and microRNA-mediated in the context of the innate immune system’s ability to adapt.

Physics, biophysics, astrophysics will be linked from biochemistry to biophysically constrained viral latency and heathy longevity via autophagy and adaptation during this forthcoming conference.

Schrödinger at 75 – The Future of Biology – September 2018

There is no need to wait to learn how to save your loved ones from unnecessary suffering and premature death.

Cytosis: A Cell Biology Board Game for ages 10+ will teach you what you need to know about viral latency.

Players compete to build enzymes, hormones and receptors and fend off attacking Viruses!

Later in September, you may be able to link subatomic particles to the creation of atoms and link quantized energy-dependent changes from atoms to ecosystems in all living genera via the physiology of pheromone-controlled reproduction in species from microbes to humans.

See: Subatomic

By the time Genotype becomes available, you will have learned nearly everything that scientific creationists in South Korea have learned about how to protect themselves from viruses and win the game of life for generations to come. In the game Genotype, for example, the player with the most points wins!

“Who can I talk with about this until then?” is the question I expect many people to ask. Obviously, very few serious scientist are willing to talk with theorists about anything.

Mae-Wan Ho: No Boundary Really Between Genetic and Epigenetic

…evolutionary science has now “moved on to such an extent” that she and Peter Saunders don’t really care anymore about “trying to convince the neo-Darwinists.

Most serious scientists are also unlikely to discuss the facts about transgenerational epigenetic inheritance with someone like Kevin Mitchell.

See: Calibrating scientific skepticism – a wider look at the field of transgenerational epigenetics

Jill Escher criticized his pseudoscientific nonsense and he complained that other criticisms were unfair.

I started criticizing him a few months ago, but when I started to criticize Jill Escher for stealing the content from my published works and presentations, she blocked me. I can’t see her twitter feed. That’s unfair, but Schroedinger (1944) never claimed that life must be fair. The question now has become one that was asked in a special issue of Nature at the end of June 2018.

See: How to build a lab in East Asia’s science hot spots


I first became interested in cancer biology as an undergraduate in microbiology, when I learned that viruses could cause cancer.


…we developed a new protocol for conducting genome-wide measurements of RNA structure in yeast (M. Kertesz et al. Nature 467, 103–107; 2010). We followed that work with studies of RNA-folding stability in yeast, and on the variation in RNA structure across the human transcriptome, the collection of gene readouts in a cell (Y. Wan et al. Nature 505, 706–709; 2014).


I’d studied Wnt signalling as a molecular-biology PhD student at the University of Hong Kong. During my third year, I presented my research identifying a potential drug target that could regulate Wnt signalling at the American Association for Cancer Research meeting in Washington DC.


After four years, I returned to South Korea, and the on-site interview for my job at KAIST was one of the toughest days of my life. The institute competes with other universities for scientists who will be highly visible in their fields. But the country is experiencing a big wave of retirements right now, so there are good job opportunities.

The best way to build a lab is to find one where scientific creationists are retiring and then recruit other serious scientists. Theorists will be eliminated from the competition after Schrödinger at 75 and The Future of Biology will be established after September 2018.

What then can be said about people like Kevin Mitchell, who lives close enough to attend the conference and learn what The Future of Biology holds? For him, the future may be life changing. For people like Jill Escher, that’s not so likely.

Author: James Kohl

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