Where did stuff come from? (1)

Researchers may have solved origin-of-life conundrum 3/16/15

…the conditions that produce nucleic acid precursors also create the starting materials needed to make natural amino acids and lipids. That suggests a single set of [light-activated] reactions could have given rise to most of life’s building blocks simultaneously.

For comparison, see this approach to understanding the origin of life.

To turn quantum to classical, we don’t need a conscious mind to measure or look; we just need an environment full of stuff. — Philip C. Ball 6/21/17

Where did the environment full of so-called ‘stuff’ come from that links quantum physics to classical physics?

Ethan Siegel attests to the importance of the answer to that question in Quarks Don’t Actually Have Colors 4/18/19

A visualization of QCD illustrates how particle/antiparticle pairs pop out of the quantum vacuum for very small amounts of time as a consequence of Heisenberg uncertainty. Note that the quarks and antiquarks themselves come with specific color assignments that are always on opposite sides of the color wheel from one another. In the rules of the strong interaction, only colorless combinations are permitted in nature. Derek B. Leinweber

Another visualization links the red-green-blue color analogy to the dynamics of QCD, which is

“…how certain phenomena within and beyond the Standard Model is often conceptualized. The analogy is often taken even further than the concept of color charge, such as via the extension known as technicolor. Wikipedia user Bb3cxv

Ask Ethan if this is true:

Only with these unique properties can the building blocks of matter combine to produce the Universe we inhabit today.

Ethan Siegel prides himself on his ability to answer questions about phenomenological conceptual extensions of quantum physics to classical physics.

See also:  Ask Ethan: How Do Quantum Fields Create Particles?

The electromagnetic (QED) field and color-charge (QCD) field, among others, are also fundamental quantum fields.

But wait: The light-activated fixation of carbon has since been linked from electromagnetic (QED) field and color-charge (QCD) field field dynamics to the assembly of the microRNA-RNA-peptide nanocomplex. That fact links biophysically constrained RNA interference to the cure for all diseases in the context of Olfaction Warps Visual Time Perception and Feynman’s claim about human idiocy.

I again mention the human idiocy displayed by Ethan Siegel, again, because Andreas Keller (Columbia University)delivered the Barry Davis Memorial Award lecture on the last night of , speaking about some of his fantastic work in human olfactory psychophysics. Steven Munger mentioned that his mentor, Leslie Vosshall is surely proud.

My claim is that Leslie Vosshall and Andreas Keller (Columbia University) exemplify the transgenerational epigenetic inheritance of human idiocy that is also displayed by Ethan Siegel.

None of them seem to realize that Olfaction Warps Visual Time Perception (2018)

Serious scientists have linked the light-activated creation of enzymes from the creation of the sense of smell in bacteria to the physiology of pheromone-controlled reproduction in species from microbes to humans via what is known about our visual perception of energy and mass in the context of the space-time continuum.

Simply put, intelligent scientists have linked their works on olfactory psychophysics to every aspect of biophysically constrained viral latency and all biodiversity on Earth via the creation of the sense of smell in the context of New synthesis models of consistent extragalactic background light over cosmic time 1/31/19

For a historical perspective, see also: Evolutionists Cannot Account for the Origin of the Sense of Smell

When I first saw the imaginary imagery of the black hole on 4/10/19, I predicted that others would learn it was nothing more than a funding ploy, and Ethan Siegel is helping to expose that fact in the context of works published by Leslie Vosshall and Andreas Keller (Columbia University).

See: The sncRNA Zoo: a repository for circulating small noncoding RNAs in animals 4/2/19 co-authored by Andreas Keller (Saarland University).

…miRNA sequences and expression were found to be even more conserved than previously assumed.

That fact means that the claims of people like Andreas Keller (Columbia University) about the importance of olfaction must be revised.


Keller concludes that a feasible and solid approach to examine features shared between all forms of perception lies in a modality-neutral theory of perception.

See other claims from 2018 made by Andreas Keller (Saarland University) for comparison.

There is no such thing as a modality-neutral theory of perception. The sense of smell in bacteria has been linked to our visual perception of mass and energy in the context of the space-time continuum via the light-activated assembly of the microRNA-RNA-peptide nanocomplex as predicted in 1964 by Bruce S. McEwen et al.

Dependence of RNA synthesis in isolated thymus nuclei on glycolysis, oxidative carbohydrate catabolism and a type of “oxidative phosphorylation”

The synthesis of RNA in isolated thymus nuclei is ATP dependent.

Bruce Sherman McEwen is an American neuroendocrinologist and head of the Harold and Margaret Milliken Hatch Laboratory of Neuroendocrinology at Rockefeller University. He is known for his work on the effects of environmental and psychological stress, having coined the term allostatic load.

I wonder how Leslie Vosshall and Andreas Keller (Columbia Univerisity) managed to miss the past 55 years of scientific progress by their failure link olfaction and pheromones from the physiology of reproduction to biophysically constrained viral latency and all biodiversity in the context of stress-linked allostatic load.

See also this prescient comment on the publications of Philip C. Ball:

For more information on how to link the creation energy as information in subatomic particles from quarks that have no color to the biophysically constrained biodiversity of colorful species on Earth via the physiology of reproduction and viral latency, see:

Quantized Energy Links Olfaction from Angstroms to Ecosystems Part 1 Jun 23, 2017
Quantized Energy Links Olfaction from Angstroms to Ecosystems Part 2 Jun 24, 2017

Earlier today, I watched as the wind gently trimmed the leaves from trees in my yard to prepare for the growth of new leaves, which will continue to capture the sun’s anti-entropic virucidal light and link it from Darwin’s “conditions of life” to the growth of flowering plants and trees with flowers, such as magnolias and some poplars.

Images for king poplar flower

See also: Where did stuff come from? (2) — in prep



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