Andrew Jones: Don’t pretend you know anything about physics at that level. When’s the last time you took calculus, let alone a higher level math class that would allow you to understand that stuff?
James Kohl: I understand physics in the context of calibrating blood gas analyzers for barometric pressure. It links light-activated carbon fixation to pH, pCO2, pO2, et al., via hemoglobin variants and global biogeochemical cycles that protect life from the virus-driven degradation of mRNA.
See for comparison: Lipid Encapsulation of Self-Replicating Ribozymes by Andrew Jones
Based on progress in current research, it is only a matter of time before that “self-replicating” ribozyme is discovered.
The potential discovery of a self-replicating ribozyme cannot be placed into the context of anything known to serious scientists about biophysically constrained energy-dependent RNA-mediated cell type differentiation. The creation of everything on Earth is energy-dependent. The energy comes from the sun.
That fact can be viewed in the context of Criticisms of the nutrient-dependent pheromone-controlled evolutionary model (6/4/14) by Andrew Jones
Based on his writings, both published and unpublished, James Kohl presents an unsupported challenge to modern evolutionary theory and misrepresentations of established scientific terms and others’ research. It was a mistake to let such a sloppy review through to be published.
See also: Editor’s note
The 2013 review article by James Vaughn Kohl published in Socioaffective Neuroscience & Psychology and criticized in the above Letter to the Editor was subjected to standard peer review and the revised version was accepted by me after it had been accepted by both reviewers.
Harold Mouras Editor-in-Chief
Rarely do I get the chance to respond to the ridiculous claims made by biologically uninformed science idiots like Andrew Jones. But, when I do, other biologically uninformed science idiots continue to accept his claims and they continue to ignore the facts from my model.
Those facts are supported by ~89,000 published works that link the energy-dependent creation of endogenous substrates called microRNAs to all biodiversity via the physiology of pheromone-controlled reproduction in species from microbes to humans.