Like making money off cenospheres, the polluted stuff in coal burning power plants, now used in buckyballs to clean up the earth, or in CCN condensation cloud nuclei. Needs the carbon?
Does this make sense? taking the carbon that comes from coal burning fullerenes and putting them in buckyballs to clean the earth. Gee I though the coal burning carbon residue was the issue, seems its not, but will these env wackos really admit to it? the carbon buck. we have to pay for breathing? Found they had to put the carbon back in the earth, heh? to get their green plants.
"In the past, such periods have coincided with lower-than-expected temperatures on Earth. The most famous example is the Maunder Minimum, a 70-year period with virtually no sunspots from 1645 to 1715. Average temperatures in Europe sank so low during that period that it came to be known as "the Little Ice Age.""
"Mass extinctions of species in the world's oceans are inevitable if current trends of overfishing, habitat loss, global warming and pollution continue, a panel of renowned marine scientists warned Tuesday."
I'm taking antibiotics right now, I don't know if I'll get a valid reading or not? But, I will try the experiment anyway.
Using the 'clean catch' method of obtaining a urine sample, this is my first morning's urine. I set out a small glass jar that had been washed in the dishwasher with a lid on it in the sun the next day after this post, so that would start the experiment on June 7.
We're looking to see if the urine will turn a purplish color, an indication that porphyria might be involved. However, I have a UTI and am taking antibiotics, so I don't know how this will affect the experiment - but do it anyway. The jar was not opened at any time during this experiment.
On about Day 3, (June 10) I took the first photo of the jar, um, most attractive - not purple but more dark brown:
I leave it sitting outside all this time and go out and photograph it today, June 21:
Ok, I can't say that it's purple. I'm over it, I don't like working with urine or nasty jars... so, I go pour it out far in the weeds. Actually, I'm curious, I want to know if it's a good weed killer or not, sure looks like it should be! ;D I just saw where a University is making fuel for our cars out of urine! Please don't kill us all, look at the energy resource you'll be destroying... we could have been driving around on pee all this time!
I sit the jar in front of me while I sun bathe a little, thinking that's the end of that experiment, it's mostly empty with a few fiber-looking particles left in it - so, I look closer... these are interesting:
And, then I notice some black speck things that look like small shrimp...
So, I wash the outside of the jar and bring it in the house to look at these objects under the microscope. I've prepared a petri dish and am going to culture these 'fiber-like' things...
"Former Democratic Sen. Tim Wirth of Colorado, now the president of the UN Foundation, said the flooding and forest fires in the United States this year are evidence of "the kind of dramatic climate impact" climate change models have predicted and that those in the know on climate change must “undertake an aggressive program to go after those who are among the deniers.”
“Slowly but surely, people are going to connect the dots,” he said. “They’re going to understand that this is precisely the kind of significant change that has been predicted and that we’re slowly but surely seeing.”"
Ok, to encapsulate where I am today in my thinking. I continue to hold steady with my health and lesions not coming back. I got treatment based on Robert F. Smith's diagnosis and upon researching what his conclusions came to. We have to go back a little ways in my posts to see what all it was that I did to show improvement. My treatment started with 2 weeks of Fluconazole and then 30 days of Terbinafine for the conclusion of Chromoblastomycosis based on Smith's work.
"Terbinafine is mainly effective on the dermatophytes group of fungi.
It has been found that terbinafine hydrochloride may induce or exacerbate subacute cutaneous lupus erythematosus. Persons with lupus erythematosus should first discuss possible risks with their doctor before initiation of therapy."
I also suspect that I have a skin disorder called Porphyria, which is either genetic or can be induced and may or may not be relevant to all. I believe I have a genetic predisposition based on my father having red, splotchy patches on his skin that doctors described as 'an allergy to the sun' when he got older.
"In all living things, these amino acids are organized into proteins, and the construction of these proteins is mediated by nucleic acids, that are themselves synthesized through biochemical pathways catalysed by proteins. Which of these organic molecules first arose and how they formed the first life is the focus of abiogenesis.
Oparin argued that a "primeval soup" of organic molecules could be created in an oxygenless atmosphere through the action of sunlight. These would combine in evermore complex ways until they formed coacervate droplets. These droplets would "grow" by fusion with other droplets, and "reproduce" through fission into daughter droplets, and so have a primitive metabolism in which those factors which promote "cell integrity" survive, and those that do not become extinct."
Professor A. I. Oparin (1968) claimed that with his coacervate droplets and protobionts, he has produced only through natural laws the pre-stages of the living cell. His biochemical experiments, he claimed, have proved that the first cell on Earth could have evolved by itself, only through natural laws. In the primordial soup, the coacervate droplets and then the whole living cell are supposed to have evolved by themselves from the dead chemical soup in a dialectic struggle, through quantitative changes, according to the basic laws of dialectic materialism, as taught already by Friedrich Engels. The coacervate droplets, the pre-stages of life, and then the whole living cell are supposed to have evolved in the chemical soup, because the soup’s chemicals contained already an inner drive toward life. - Has Oparin proved chemical evolution through his coacervate droplets and protobionts?
"Coacervate droplets (‘What is heaped together’), one calls since de Jong, who in 1930 first described this phenomenon, the small, clear and muddy droplets, that separate themselves in watery solutions, that contain two or more polymers, like gelatine, serum-albumen, histones, gum arabic, - a sour polysaccharide -, RNA or DNA. ... Are the coacervates, therefore, models for selfreplicating protocells? This is rather unlikely, because they are not very stable and do reach after an astonishing activity at first then soon a stationary state. They can also only be made, when using complete molecules from animalic and plant sources.
"The coacervate droplets (Oparin 1957) have usually been made from polymers obtained from contemporary cells. The polymers are typically gum arabic and gelatin. In order to make droplets metabolically active, enzymes have been included in them. The enzymes, as well as the structural polymers, have been obtained from contemporary organisms.""
"We should remember here: Oparin’s famous coacervate droplets are supposed to prove that the first cell, or at least the pre-stages of the first living cell, were able to evolve by themselves in the dead chemical soup, while there was no cell living yet in the chemical soup, nor any of its mythical pre-stages. - Where do we find the substances, from which Oparin and his helpers made their coacervate droplets? Could they have lived already in the dead chemical soup of the primordial ocean or pond of the Early Precambrian Time? - I looked into Webster’s New Collegiate Dictionary (1977) and found the following:
Prof. A. I. Oparin used gelatine in his coacervate droplets, the assumed pre-stages of life. Webster’s New Collegiate Dictionary says on page 476 under gelatin also gelatine: "glutinous material obtained from animal tissues by boiling esp.: a colloidal protein used as food..." - How can Oparin’s coacervates prove chemical evolution, how can they be pre-stages of life, of the living cell, if he uses animal tissue, colloidal protein, which could not even have been there yet in the dead chemical soup! Chemical evolution should show us, instead, how the first living cell was able to arise in the dead chemical soup by itself."
"Serum albumin, often referred to simply as albumin is a protein that in humans is encoded by the ALB gene.
Serum albumin is the most abundant plasma protein in mammals. Albumin is essential for maintaining the osmotic pressure needed for proper distribution of body fluids between intravascular compartments and body tissues. It also acts as a plasma carrier by non-specifically binding several hydrophobic steroid hormones and as a transport protein for hemin and fatty acids. Too much serum albumin in the body can be harmful.
Albumin is a soluble, monomeric protein which comprises about one-half of the blood serum protein. Albumin functions primarily as a carrier protein for steroids, fatty acids, and thyroid hormones and plays a role in stabilizing extracellular fluid volume. Albumin is a globular un-glycosylated serum protein of molecular weight 65,000. Albumin is synthesized in the liver as preproalbumin which has an N-terminal peptide that is removed before the nascent protein is released from the rough endoplasmic reticulum. The product, proalbumin, is in turn cleaved in the Golgi vesicles to produce the secreted albumin.
Albumin (when ionized in water at pH 7.4, as found in the body) is negatively charged. The glomerular basement membrane is also negatively charged in the body; some studies suggest that this prevents the filtration of albumin in the urine. According to this theory, that charge plays a major role in the selective exclusion of albumin from the glomerular filtrate. A defect in this property results in nephrotic syndrome leading to albumin loss in the urine.
"In fact, BSA is ideal for medical research, vaccine proteins and even as a food additive. Essentially, albumin is a plasma protein used to grow cells. It can also effectively test the protein quantities of cells, and can be added to a variety of food products to increase protein and nutrition."
"What do Professor Fox’s "microspheres" prove? Are they pre-stages of living cells? Do they prove chemical evolution?
"These interesting characteristics and especially their growth have caused Fox to call them ‘protocells’. This, though, should not cause us to make the mistake, to actually view them as ‘first cells’ (Greek protos = the first) and as being alive. Individualized separateness from the environment and growth alone are not enough for ‘life’. These characteristics the crystals are also showing. Also their budding, remotely reminding us of cells, for example, of yeast-cells, should not mislead us to this conclusion."
"This budding is also no dividing of primordial cells, since the budding-material is not produced anew within the cell, but comes for the surrounding proteinoid-solution.
Within a microsphere, we do not find any allusions to the presence of any enzymes, so that no enzymatic processes can be used to explain its metabolism. To the contrary, everything there indicates a purely mechanical or physical phenomenon. Thus, there is no parallel between the food-intake of microspheres and cells."
"The microsphere is doubtlessly budding in a physical way. This process, though, is completely different from that of a cell-division, that is controlled by a complex mechanism, which includes, among other things, also the longitudinal division of the chromosomes as carries of the genes, and their even dispersion among the daughter-cells, so that they all receive the same genetic material, as the mother-cell. The different phases of this complex cell-division-process one has studied and photographed now for many years. Also the mechanism, leading to this division of a DNA-chain-molecule, one has intensely investigated. The process of reproduction depends fully on the chromosome-division; without it, there would be no steady transmission of the genetic material
"Because of these well-known processes, hidden behind cell-division and ‘budding’, it is a complete mystery, how any natural scientist could ever assume that the budding of microspheres had anything to do with biological reproduction, for microspheres do not contain any DNA-chains. ... The same applies to the ‘growth-process’. The living cell grows, by taking in food and by changing it chemically, by metabolizing it. It is based on a complex enzyme-system. The mass- and size-increase of a cell is, thus, based on a highly complex chemical and enzymatic process. A microsphere, however, does not contain an enzyme-system, through which it could grow. The microsphere is growing through absorption..."
"A fundamental structure, missing in the microspheres and coacervates, is a genetic code, that is absolutely needed for the forms of life, as we know them today. ... Since microspheres do not have such a code-system, one cannot really describe them as being alive or as reproducing, since for both of these processes, a code-system is needed."
"The microspheres, Fox has built up, contain no trace of DNA or of a genetic code, and thus, cannot be described in any way as being alive." ...The conformity between microspheres and coacervates on the one, and the biological cell on the other hand, is only surficial. In contrast to the latter one, microspheres and coacervates contain no viable proteins with specific amino-acid-sequences, nor any genetic component, like DNA or RNA. They are absolutely needed for the forms of life, as we know them today. Alone the fact, that the biological cells are highly coded, while the microspheres and coacervates are not, should help us to keep the things, one can compare, apart. ... So far, no coacervate is known, that is bearing within itself the structural order of the living cell."
HOW COULD THE ANCIENT OCEANS HAVE GIVEN RISE TO ORGANIC POLYMERS?
"Suppose, then, that a variety of hydrocarbons, fatty acids, amino acids, purine and pyrimidine bases, simple sugars, and other relatively small organic compounds slowly accumulated in the ancient seas. This combination would still not be a sufficient basis for life, which also needs macromolecules, particularly polypeptides and nucleic acids. How could these polymers have formed from the mixture of building-block substances in the "soup" of the ancient oceans? This question is not easy to answer; and several hypotheses are currently being investigated.
They point out that, even though each such polymerization reaction is rather unlikely in the absence of protein enzymes,...
Sidney W. Fox has shown that if a nearly dry mixture of amino acids is heated, polypeptide molecules are rapidly synthesized (particularly if phosphates are present). Alternatively, after condensation by evaporation, the energy for polymerization reactions in the puddles might have come from UV radiation rather than heat."
"There are two basic hypotheses to account for the accumulation of complex organic compounds on the early earth. The first hypothesis suggests that the complex organic molecules came from asteroids and meteors striking the earth – i.e., an extraterrestrial synthesis. Many of these extraterrestrial objects are rich in complex organic molecules created during the formation of the solar system billions of years ago (see figure below). Because the early atmosphere was denser than today’s, incoming objects would have been slowed before striking the earth’s surface. Some astronomers estimate that from 106 to 107 kilograms of complex organic molecules could have survived impact annually. It is possible, therefore, that the early earth had a vast supply of the complex molecules necessary for the evolution of life without any need to synthesize them out of simpler substances."
"A carbonaceous chondrite meteorite. (A) The golf-ball-sized fragment is part of a meteorite that fell near Murchison, Australia, in 1969. Tiny particles of organic compounds, accounting for 1-2% of the fragment’s weight, are scattered throughout the stone. (B) When the organic material is extracted, some of the molecules self-assemble into vesicles. The yellow-green color is produced by the fluorescence of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, a class of extremely complex organic molecules."
tash: Hi skizit, I have watched all your videos on youtube and cant thank you enough for all you have educated me on. I cry for you alot and a bit for me. I was wanting to send you photos of what is raining down everyday here in Australia in hope you can tell me
Dec 11, 2019 23:28:22 GMT -5
tash: not sure where to send them as hush mail and rocket mail bounced back
Dec 11, 2019 23:30:03 GMT -5