Summary: Quantized energy-dependent microRNA biogenesis drives the RNA-medated separation of chromosomes when cells divide.
Tide of lies August 17, 2018
This monograph recapitulates my claims 4 days after I started to make them in my series on Information Wars started by medical professionals
…they found 11 further studies by Sato, published elsewhere, that tested whether sunlight, vitamin D, vitamin K, folate, and other drugs could reduce the risk of hip fractures. All but two reported “extremely large effects with significant results…
All reviews of how light-activated microRNA biogenesis must be linked from biophysically constrained viral latency to healthy longevity support the data-based claims with experimental evidence of top-down causation. Reviews of the study of drugs are virtually non-existent because the molecular mechanisms don’t support the claims of effectiveness. Only the claims about deleterious side effects are fully supported.
Exposing the misconduct was important, she says. “Could we have done it without Sato committing suicide? So that he felt less guilty? I just don’t know.”
…Watanabe’s experiments continue to form the bedrock of scientists’ understanding of how proteins drive the separation of chromosomes when cells divide.
Quantized energy-dependent microRNA biogenesis drives the RNA-medated separation of chromosomes when cells divide.
…Watanabe deserves another chance, but is likely to struggle to regain his career even after retraining. “No institution wants to give the appearance of fostering misconduct,” she says, “but allowing people to rectify mistakes must be part of a scientific culture.”
The mistakes made by biologically uninformed theorists led to the Information Wars started by medical professionals. The theorists do not deserve any more chances. They have caused too much unnecessary suffering and too many premature deaths.
This study is deeply flawed and does not provide anything like convincing evidence for this claim. Your write-up is completely misjudged and lacking in any critical appraisal. It is also likely to do real harm. — Kevin J. Mitchell
microRNA DDT Do not tell people like Kevin J. Mitchell to examine what is known about the transgenerational epigenetic inheritance of healthy longevity or virus-driven pathology. He will consider anything except light-activated microRNA biogenesis.
See also: microRNA autism Every serious scientist understands that pattern recognition must be linked to biophysically constrained top-down creation via microRNA biogenesis. What does that tell you about Kevin J. Mitchell and other who believe his nonsense?