Archive for the ‘HHT Hendricks Health Theory’ Category

Thermal Regulation Decreases Mutations?

January 12, 2016

Here is an idea to consider concerning mutations:

Maintaining temperature may play a role in decreasing mutations.

This was sparked by a quote from the book title “Introducing Genetics,” by Jones and Van Loon, …even a slight increase in temperature doubled the rate (of lethal mutations in fruit flies).”

Days later it dawned on me that the reverse was probably true. Thermal regulation in birds and mammals may decrease mutations. Perhaps that is even one reason for the thermal regulation. It would seem to me that if temperature regulation would reduce mutations; that would be a very important way to keep the genome as is. That would be a very big plus for any species.

The reverse may be true as well. Changing temperature may play a role in increasing mutations during times of environmental stress.

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Terrible Twos (bio basis for infant behavior?)

July 19, 2015

Terrible Twos.

Could there be a biological reason for the terrible twos?

Terrible Twos:
a stage of development in which toddler behavior is a particular challenge
Examples: Alternately clingy, whiny, negative, fearful, and loud, their unpredictable behavior is epic, and it’s often been written off as the Terrible Twos. (Dictionary.com)

My suggestion is that this is an outer reflection of an inner trauma – specifically related to ending breast feeding, getting first teeth, and setting up the digestive system for hard foods

This may be connected to
Stranger anxiety – perhaps fear of infection from others, or from first food digestion, and Separation anxiety – perhaps fear of loss of breast milk and separation from the mother.

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BIOLOGY HYPOTHESIS http://wp.me/p5S9X-eO
BIOLOGICAL SPECULATIONS Through The Years  http://wp.me/P5S9X-Pp
UV PAPER http://www.daviddarling.info/encyclopedia/U/UV_origin_of_life.html
Catabolic and Anabolic evolved, but they did not blend.

These posts are built on the premise of the evolution of catabolic and anabolic processes to other separate deconstructive and constructive processes.
Catabolic and anabolic processes evolve but they do not blend
http://wp.me/p5S9X-eO (bio summary)

Convergent Life (bio ideas)

June 12, 2015

Here is an interesting idea that suggests that all life is heading in the same direction when it comes to catabolic and anabolic processes and selection on those processes. Convergent Life
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Convergent life.

This is an idea that combines two others.

First one from the biological texts:

1. Convergent evolution is the independent evolution of similar features in different species.

Combine that with one of my ideas:

2. There is a direction in evolution toward better catabolic and anabolic processes. [Catabolic and anabolic chemical processes evolved but did not blend.
When there is a mutation on either catabolic or anabolic processes, there is selection pressure on the other to match the good mutation, or mitigate the bad one.]

3. Convergent LIfe (or convergent catabolic and anabolic processes)

That suggest to me that in any similar environment, all life will converge on the best catabolic and anabolic processes.
OR
natural selection will always select similar catabolic and anabolic processes for similar environments.

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Had Earth = Cheeseburger, then Life = chem. adaptation to Cheeseburgers

April 13, 2015

Had Earth = Cheeseburger, then Life = chem. adaptation to Cheeseburgers

Had the earth been a cheeseburger, life would have evolved as the best chemical adaptation to cheeseburgers. In other words, no matter what existed, life would be defined as the best most stable reaction to that environment.

My suggestion as to how life began:

#1
UV energy from the sun –> strikes chemicals during the day, then goes away at night in a daily cycle that continues for 4 billion years.
#2
Chemicals hit by the sun react in one of two ways
———-> 1. they are destroyed.
———-> 2. they continue to exist another day.
#3
The UV cycle of energy repeats itself every day.
#4
The chemicals that are not destroyed in this cycle develop two types of stability:
a. they are stable in not changing what is stable in that environment.
b. they are stable in changing what is not stable in that environment.

UV energy –> selection on chemicals —> the most stable continue to exit —>
they are stable in two ways —>

Stable a. take in and hold what is nurturing —> metabolism —-> anabolic
Stable b. block out, and excrete out what is not nurturing —> replication –> catabolic

There IS a direction to natural selection. With every step life gets better anabolic or catabolic processes.

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BIOLOGY HYPOTHESIS http://wp.me/p5S9X-eO
BIOLOGICAL SPECULATIONS Through The Years
http://wp.me/P5S9X-Pp
UV PAPER http://www.daviddarling.info/encyclopedia/U/UV_origin_of_life.html
Catabolic and Anabolic evolved, but they did not blend.

These posts are built on the premise of the evolution of catabolic and anabolic processes to other separate deconstructive and constructive processes.
Catabolic and anabolic processes evolve but they do not blend
http://wp.me/p5S9X-eO (bio summary)

Two Papers: Codon Expression Speed / HGT in Humans

March 13, 2015

Two science articles worth noting.
The first talks about codon expression speed And the 23nd talks about horizontal gene transfer in humans.

1. The first suggests that codon’s express themselves at different speeds for different purposes.

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/03/150312173800.htm
Quotes:

“The most significant breakthrough in the Case Western Reserve work is that all of the words, or codons, in the genetic code are deciphered at different rates; some are deciphered rapidly while others are deciphered slowly. The speed of how mRNA decodes its information is the sum of all the codons it contains. This imposed speed limit then ultimately affects the amount of protein produced. Sometimes faster is better to express a high level of protein. Sometimes slower is better to limit the amount protein. ”

I have suggested that the melting temp of the two base pairs may be a significant selection difference. This may be another aspect of that.
UV PAPER http://www.daviddarling.info/encyclopedia/U/UV_origin_of_life.html
Catabolic and Anabolic evolved, but they did not blend.

2. This article suggests there is HGT, horizontal gene transfer in humans.

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/03/150312173800.htm

I suggest that this horizontal gene transfer is most likely in our gut bacteria.


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