The elemental reality of concentrating a large mass of indecipherable words for the public masses is:   that they cannot complain or know what is going on:   because a foreign language is being used to hide the realities of what is, and has been done.   The construction of “evolutionary chaos” as is the basis of that religion:   that from chaos, everything alive arose.  While in reality, with even the smallest sense of a brain;   ALL DO KNOW, that chaos brings only violence and destruction.  IT NEVER brings order/ discipline/ balance/ thought;   or anything equivalent or even remotely similar to life.  THOUGHT IS REQUIRED for life.  Life is NOT built one piece at a time.  If that were so, then you could have a heart without blood/ or lungs without muscles/ or bones without tendons and joints;   or any of the “billion or so” realities that are fundamentally nature itself.   NATURE IS DNA, plus energy and life.  Or more simply, the building of a body of life, be it planet, fish, animal, or other is nothing less than a miracle/ and does not include the lies of evolution.   We did not evolve.  We were designed.  Did your automobile make itself?  Does your food fix itself?  Do you walk, or see, or talk;   just because you want too?  You were built, with thought.  The answer: which came first the chicken or the egg is=   thought came first, because that is what is necessary to devise/ create/ reproduce/ feed/ and in all ways establish a living organism called life on earth.  These below are terrorists/ and you will take away their tools and funding or die a horrifying death.  Not because I say so.  But because in their quest to prove evolution exists: they are bringing to all of nature CHAOS, as is their religious belief.  They have no proof of evolution whatsoever/ adaption is merely the evidence of “perfect design”.  Or more simply, “I knew this would be needed/ so I prepared”.  Armageddon is:   NATURE IN CHAOS!



Synthetic Biology




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Christopher A. Voigt (Editor-in-Chief, ACS Synthetic Biology)

ACS Synth. Biol., 2012, 1 (1), pp 1–2

DOI: 10.1021/sb300001c

Publication Date (Web): January 20, 2012

Copyright © 2012 American Chemical Society

Synthetic biology aims to improve the process of genetic engineering. It looks to a future where the design of genetic systems and the idiosyncrasies of DNA are decoupled, and one can compose living systems by mixing-and-matching genetic parts.

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ACS Synth. Biol., 2012, 1 (1), pp 3–3

DOI: 10.1021/sb3000047

Publication Date (Web): January 20, 2012

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Computer-Aided DNA-Assembly Design

The construction of the first synthetic microbial genome and the first synthetic eukaryotic chromosome were aided by the use of scar-less, multipart DNA-assembly techniques. Although these techniques are highly effective and of vital importance to synthetic biology projects, they are also error-prone, time-consuming, and labor-intensive.



A new industry model is emerging where microbes are first developed by specialist organism engineering firms and then deployed by customers in specific application areas. It is now realistic for companies without prior fermentation experience to purchase and deploy an engineered organism to expand their business.

Aside from Frankenstein, previous attempts to make synthetic life have focused on genes. Geneticist Craig Venter and his colleagues, for example, announced in 2010 that they had created a one-celled creature by inserting an artificial genome in an existing cell that reproduced.


Now a separate team of scientists from Harvard University and the California Institute of Technology have built an eight-armed jellyfish by inserting muscle cells from a rat into a sheet of silicone. The resulting "medusoid," as they called it, could offer insights into tissue engineering -- such as re-building a heart. And show that when building tissues, there might be several ways or materials to use other than those found in nature.


PHOTOS: Five Scariest Bioweapons


The brain is an enormously complex machine whose processing power is unmatched by even the most advanced supercomputer. In fact, as evidenced by IBM’s famed ‘cat brain’ project, the best supercomputers are required just to simulate the basic behavior of biological neural circuits.


A major difference between the brain and a supercomputer is that the brain handles memory and processing at the same time -- on what is essentialy a parallel circuit. But even the best computers are built with physically separate ‘memory’ and ‘processing’ components. The back and forth transmission of data between these two subsystems makes the machines inherently non-parallel.


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However, this month in the scientific journal Advanced Materials, a study led by David Wright of the University of Exeter in England has shown how semiconductor ‘phase-change materials’ have just the right properties to build a machine that can store memory and process information at the same time.


The curious property of



1. Human Genome Mapped

Coiled up inside every human cell sit 23 molecules that, if unwound and placed end to end, would stretch about three feet. Those molecules, known as chromosomes, contain all the instructions necessary to build an entire human being. It took more than 10 years and an international collaboration of scientists, but the year 2000 saw a rough draft of the entire human genome, followed by a completed version in 2003.


The publicly funded Human Genome Project and its private competitor, Celera Genomics, constitutes one of the largest scientific endeavors in history, one that revealed in intimate detail just what makes up a human being.


With the information from individual genome maps, scientists can uncover new clues about everything from a person's body odor to mental disease.


Since decoding the human genome, dozens of other species have had their genomes sequenced, including pigs, dogs, bees, mosquitoes, puffer fish, chimpanzees, yeast, corn, and rice. With these maps in hand, scientists can and will discover new ways to heal diseases and improve crop yields.

CERN, the European physics lab responsible for discovering the Higgs boson just last month, has scored another major achievement in the realm of physics. No, scientists there haven't discovered any freaky new particles — they're just doing some pretty cool things with existing particles. Or should we say hot things: CERN scientists have created a "quark-gluon plasma" that clocks in at a balmy 5.5 trillion degrees.

Researchers believe that the mass of sub-atomic particles they created approximates the state of the universe immediately after the Big Bang. The ingredients for the mix were quite simple: two lead atoms, smashed.

Both sets of experiments had neatly and independently confirmed the existence of a new sub-atomic particle with a mass of about 125.5 GeV (gigaelectron volts), which is about 133 times heavier than the protons at the heart of every atom.


The machine lies in a circular tunnel some 27km in circumference, straddling the Franco-Swiss border just outside Geneva. Here, massive magnets accelerate two opposing beams of protons to 99.9999991 per cent of the speed of light in the hope of crashing them together in such a way

What happens to matter when it is heated to 100,000 times the temperature at the centre of the Sun ?

 The ATLAS detector is searching for new discoveries in the head-on collisions of protons of extraordinarily high energy.

This week, the CMS collaboration is presenting many exciting new results using high-luminosity data corresponding to approximately 1 billion lead-ion collisions delivered by the LHC in 2011.



 NIF 'tantalizingly close' to ignition breakthrough ... to achieving fusion with energy gain, following their latest experiments.

Capable of producing a beam of light so intense that it would be equivalent to the power received by the Earth from the sun focused onto a speck smaller than a tip of a pin, scientists claim it could allow them boil the very fabric of space – the vacuum.

 But the lasers planned by the Extreme Light Infrastructure Ultra-High Field Facility, known as "ELI," would concentrate 200 petawatts of power -- that's 100,000 times the world's power production -- and fire it at a single point for less than a trillionth of a second.