The sense of smell in bacteria has been linked from the physiology of pheromone-controlled reproduction by feedback loops that biophysically constrain viral latency in the context of the space-time continuum.
See for comparison: Sensory Experience Shapes a Growing Brain
Sensory experience sculpts neural connectivity via cellular and molecular mechanisms that are still largely unknown.
The mechanisms are energy-dependent and microRNA-mediated. They link the sense of smell in bacteria to human brain development. Who hasn’t learned that?
I smell a rat. The Scientist published this on-line recently Can Viruses in the Genome Cause Disease? It appeared in print as:
The stress-linked resurrection of human endogenous retroviruses (HERVs) has been linked from differences in sensory-based experiences to differences in all pathology. A recent addition linked herpes viruses to Alzheimer’s.
For comparison, light-activated microRNA biogenesis links the creation of anti-entropic virucidal light to healthy longevity via the physiology of reproduction and energy-dependent fixation of alternative splicings of RNA.
See: Evolution rising from the grave (2000)
Reactivation of a dormant message signals the dawn of a new humanity.
Greg Bear, a science fiction author, may be the only person on Earth to have presciently linked light-activated microRNA biogenesis to protection from viruses in the context of this report: