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Discussion in 'Factor X' started by Jack Kruse, Dec 14, 2014.

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  2. As I was drawing those neurotransmitters I noticed that they were very polar beasts. I was wondering how it affected their function ….And then I remember this study that a team at the Paris Institut Pasteur did in 2000 : 50Hz field dramatically dropped serotonin -receptor affinity…..And then the blog got released: boum….
  3. I wonder if we could directly shine on those Pi electron clouds….gonna get some UVs….:)
  4. NeilBB

    NeilBB New Member

    Conventional wisdom says that membranes are like walls with lock and key type doors to allow specific substances passage at specific times. This is fundamental biologic/pharmacologic dogma today. It is also probably completely wrong. I don't believe that the established concept of cell membrane permeability is valid at all, once you fully understand what Ling and Pollack are saying. See Pollack's earlier book, "Cells, Gels, and the Engines of Life." According to experiments, membrane discontinuities are common and insignificant in cells. "Physical permeability/impermeability" as is currently understood, therefore has to be fairly meaningless. Extracellular/intracellular concentrations of ions are likely maintained purely by electromagnetic and 3D geometrical forces. The real purpose of cell membranes has to do with electrical/vibrational reception/transduction (as Jack is saying here) and were therefore completely unfathomable to earlier biologists studying membranes (except Ling), hence they "invented" the current dogma instead, because it was the best they could do. And it stuck. So here we are...
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  5. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    Right. More flexibility than permeability. Unless, of course, the cell is in stress and needs to try more permeability, like the skin and gut does.
  6. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

  7. yes pollacks first book shows that even when the membrane is taken away the cell continues to function and transfer ions in and out of its substance.
    i believe you are right that the membrane is an electromagnetic/vibrational/oscillatory receptor.

    also: Wisdom cannot be conventional, because it is not bound by the play of opposites. Paradox is understood in Wisdom.
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  8. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Actually Ling's experiments showed this in the 1950's Josh..........
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    Jack Kruse Administrator

  10. yewwei.tan

    yewwei.tan Gold

    Ha, now I need to buy yet another Pollack book :eek:. At least I got this summary book review for now -- http://www.nature.com/icb/journal/v80/n5/full/icb200270a.html

    Now I want to look at what kinds of mass-containing particles manage to "pass through the membrane" under certain conditions, and then ask what sort of electric/magnetic disturbance must happen as a result. CD38 reference below

    As usual, I want to get into the mechanics of action ..... Sphingolipids! :p

    Cerebroside and the Sphingomyelins look interesting, but for now I'm just putting this pic up there to hopefully spur more thoughts.


    Jack's post about CD38 comes back to mind -- http://forum.jackkruse.com/index.php?threads/tensegrity-11-comments-welcome-here.12294/#post-149297

    NAD+ and CD38 mediates Ca2+ efflux:

    - http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1196/annals.1322.021/abstract
    - http://www.fasebj.org/content/12/14/1507.full


    I feel like OSF4 needs to be re-read now -- http://jackkruse.com/organizational-structural-failure-4-human-prions/
    Same with OSF5 -- http://jackkruse.com/organizational-structural-failure-5-prions-are-compliant-design-flaws/

    How did I not know this :confused: (from the 'CELLS, GELS AND THE ENGINES OF LIFE' book review above)

    A cell's cytoplasm is not empty; in contrast, it is relatively crowded with lattice-like networks of microtubules, intermediate filaments and the protein strands of the microtrabecular network​

    And of course, the 2 linked OSF blogs talk about prion's abilities to affect microtubules specifically in the brain, and the brain-specific conditions that result. How does this generalise to all microtubules?

    Also need to look into prion and sphingolipid interaction. Examples:

    - http://www.jbc.org/content/277/13/11292.short
    - http://www.jbc.org/content/274/30/20763.long
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  12. http://www.horizonresearch.org/main_page.php?cat_id=200
  13. Da-mo

    Da-mo Gold

    Modes of information transfer - Classical compared with Quantum in DNA

    Math heavy at the start - not too bad in the middle - excellent at the end when a biologist answers the speakers question. so many correlations with the last two blogs . . . .

    Goes down a lot better with a couple of belly warming glasses of red wine;)

    Classical and Quantum Information in DNA
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  14. av8r

    av8r New Member

    The next level dimension is perpendicular to the previous level… 1D is the X axes, going from 1D to 2D adds the Y axes 90 degree to the X axes, from 2D to 3D adds the Z axes 90 degree to both X and Y axes. The magnetic and electric fields are 90 degree separated, perpendicular to each other… something I will ponder for a while.

    Topological insulators: A romance with many dimensions
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  15. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    y'all are making me smile.......so many detractors said I could never get regular people to get the big picture..............seems they were wrong. This is why you have to shun expert advice and listen to your intuition. Potential is what is within us to make each of us potent. But true potency is only determined when it is delivered. I'm not using my message to draw attention to myself. I am using myself to draw attention to my message.
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  16. yewwei.tan

    yewwei.tan Gold

    I wish I could read the full article :confused:, to see if this talking about an arbitrary amount of (d-1) dimensions is rooted in testable observations. (always too easy to add a degree of freedom in math; you can add a row to a matrix and literally do higher dimensional math)

    That said, observations in 3 dimensions are real, and we can wonder what tunnelling electrons along 3D edges really means. (I have not listened to the Dec Q&A and it's notes on creation of cellular time)

    Random sidenote: all the Fe-S clusters are cubic structures, and they're critical to moving electrons.

    Also, iron is paramagnetic and sulfur is diamagnetic, so a magnetic field could cause rotation of the cluster. Then there's the question of the interaction between these clusters and monopolar magnets -- http://forum.jackkruse.com/index.ph...elcome-comments-here.12245/page-2#post-148786

    Then remember that an electric field can generate a magnetic field, which can induce another electric field if the conditions are right. Therefore spinning Fe-S clusters would generate both mechanical and EM energy which can be pushed into the various cross-linked networks of the body (like actin and integrins), and induce electric charges along them.

    And of course, spinning Fe-S could induce electric charges along any membranes of the cell and it's constituents (like mitochondria). Now that we've got an electric field, information propagation could continue if the conditions are right .....

    What conditions are needed? No clue, so let's look at lipid rafts on the cell membrane.


    Lipid Rafts

    I flagged this paper for reading in the coming days -- http://biology.kenyon.edu/courses/biol366/Lipid rafts.pdf

    This presentation by the authors seems decent -- http://www.slideshare.net/gollaupendarrao/lipid-rafts-in-signal-transduction

    Random quote from paper:

    One reason why it has been so difficult to prove that rafts exist in cells is that they are too small to be resolved by standard light microscopy. But if raft components are crosslinked with antibodies or lectins in living cells, then raft protein and lipid components cluster together, and raft and non-raft components separate into micronsized quilt-like patches. In fibroblasts, raft proteins rapidly diffuse in assemblies of roughly 50 nm diameter, corresponding to about 3,500 sphingolipid molecules.​

    Now, looking at the screenshot below, the Lo phase structure looks very interesting. Basically 2 planes of polar molecules with a like-likes-like attraction happening between planes, creating a space between the planes that I want to call a "Casimir Channel", because it looks like a place where the Casimir effect would be pretty pronounced.


    ("SM" is short for sphingomyelin. "GPL" is short for glycophospholipid)

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  17. yewwei.tan

    yewwei.tan Gold

    And this accelerated when you decided to push extra information out ;)

    A song may have many unheard frequencies, but interference also means that neighbouring frequencies can guide the listener towards resonance.

    Sidenote: this is where the notion of "noise" seems important to me, since a lack of coherent information is also a form of information. Moreover, noise usually contains remnants of the actual signal (think badly-tuned radio), along with possibly information about the form of the disturbance which caused the noise.
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  18. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    ^^^Did someone say quilt?

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