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Our discovery of human photosynthesis breaks the ground. Melanin is the human chlorophyll. Both compounds split the water molecule. In both animal and plant kingdom the very first reaction in the chain of life is the same: the dissociation of the water molecule. The implications are enormous. After 21 years of continuous research our conclusion is that any disease in the human body is the result of a low level of photosynthesis.
A cartoon character describes the process of Photosynthesis. Created using Media Semantics Character Builder.
18 Sep 2009
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7 Dec 2009
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*******suprememastertv****/ - SCIENCE & SPIRITUALITY Quantum Secrets of Photosynthesis: Dr. Greg Engel–Part 1, Episode: 788, Air Date: 10 - Nov - 2008.
27 Jan 2009
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8 Apr 2019
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8 Apr 2019
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The jelly fish came to this lake in Palau through a tunnel which connected the sea and the lake long time ago. Now the tunnel have closed, and the jelly fish came to have no poison in an environment where there's no predator. They live by photosynthesis because they cannot feed on anything in this lake. This lake is such a heaven to them that there are just so many of them living here.
12 Aug 2007
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The oldest sedimentary rocks on earth, known to science, originated underwater (and thus in relatively cool environs) 3.86 billion years ago. Those sediments, which are exposed at Isua in southwestern Greenland, also contain the earliest chemical evidence (fingerprint) of “photosynthetic” life [Nov. 7, 1996, Nature]. This evidence had been fought by materialists since it is totally contrary to their evolutionary theory. Yet, Danish scientists were able to bring forth another line of geological evidence to substantiate the primary line of geological evidence for photo-synthetic life in the earth’s earliest sedimentary rocks (U-rich Archaean sea-floor sediments from Greenland - indications of +3700 Ma oxygenic photosynthesis (2003). Thus we now have conclusive evidence for photo-synthetic life in the oldest sedimentary rocks ever found by scientists on earth. The simplest photosynthetic bacterial life on earth is exceedingly complex, too complex to happen by accident even if the primeval oceans had been full of pre-biotic soup. The Miracle Of Photosynthesis - electron transport - video ***********/watch?v=hj_WKgnL6MI Evolutionary biology: Out of thin air John F. Allen & William Martin: The measure of the problem is here: “Oxygenetic photosynthesis involves about 100 proteins that are highly ordered within the photosynthetic membranes of the cell." *******www.nature****/nature/journal/v445/n7128/full/445610a.html Stephen Meyer - Functional Proteins And Information For Body Plans - video *******www.metacafe****/watch/4050681/stephen_meyer_functional_proteins_and_information_for_body_plans/ Evolution vs ATP Synthase - Molecular Machine - video *******www.metacafe****/watch/4012706/evolution_vs_atp_synthase_molecular_machine/ Signature in the Cell - Book Review - Ken Peterson Excerpt: the “simplest extant cell, Mycoplasma genitalium — a tiny bacterium that inhabits the human urinary tract — requires ‘only’ 482 proteins to perform its necessary functions…(562,000 bases of DNA…to assemble those proteins).” ,,, amino acids have to congregate in a definite specified sequence in order to make something that “works.” First of all they have to form a “peptide” bond and this seems to only happen about half the time in experiments. Thus, the probability of building a chain of 150 amino acids containing only peptide links is about one chance in 10 to the 45th power. In addition, another requirement for living things is that the amino acids must be the “left-handed” version. But in “abiotic amino-acid production” the right- and left-handed versions are equally created. Thus, to have only left-handed, only peptide bonds between amino acids in a chain of 150 would be about one chance in 10 to the 90th. Moreover, in order to create a functioning protein the “amino acids, like letters in a meaningful sentence, must link up in functionally specified sequential arrangements.” It turns out that the probability for this is about one in 10 to the 74th. Thus, the probability of one functional protein of 150 amino acids forming by random chance is (1 in) 10 to the 164th. If we assume some minimally complex cell requires 250 different proteins then the probability of this arrangement happening purely by chance is one in 10 to the 164th multiplied by itself 250 times or one in 10 to the 41,000th power. *******www.spectrummagazine****/reviews/book_reviews/2009/10/06/signature_cell First-Ever Blueprint of 'Minimal Cell' Is More Complex Than Expected - Nov. 2009 Excerpt: A network of research groups,, approached the bacterium at three different levels. One team of scientists described M. pneumoniae's transcriptome, identifying all the RNA molecules, or transcripts, produced from its DNA, under various environmental conditions. Another defined all the metabolic reactions that occurred in it, collectively known as its metabolome, under the same conditions. A third team identified every multi-protein complex the bacterium produced, thus characterising its proteome organisation. "At all three levels, we found M. pneumoniae was more complex than we expected," *******www.sciencedaily****/releases/2009/11/091126173027.htm Dr. Hugh Ross - Origin Of Life Paradox - video *******www.metacafe****/watch/4012696/origin_of_life_paradox_hugh_ross/ "The Origin-of-Life Prize" ® (hereafter called "the Prize") will be awarded for proposing a highly plausible mechanism for the spontaneous rise of genetic instructions in nature sufficient to give rise to life. ***********/life/index.htm Materialists have tried to get around this crushing evidence for the sudden appearance of life by suggesting life could originate in extreme conditions. Yet they are betrayed once again by the empirical evidence: Refutation Of Hyperthermophile Origin Of Life scenario Excerpt: While life, if appropriately designed, can survive under extreme physical and chemical conditions, it cannot originate under those conditions. High temperatures are especially catastrophic for evolutionary models. The higher the temperature climbs, the shorter the half-life for all the crucial building block molecules, *******www.reasons****/LateHeavyBombardmentIntensityandtheOriginofLife Chemist explores the membranous origins of the first living cell: Excerpt: Conditions in geothermal springs and similar extreme environments just do not favor membrane formation, which is inhibited or disrupted by acidity, dissolved salts, high temperatures, and calcium, iron, and magnesium ions. Furthermore, mineral surfaces in these clay-lined pools tend to remove phosphates and organic chemicals from the solution. "We have to face up to the biophysical facts of life," Deamer said. "Hot, acidic hydrothermal systems are not conducive to self-assembly processes." ******* Intelligent Design - The Anthropic Hypothesis *******lettherebelight-77.blogspot****/
17 Jun 2010
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www.climos**** Climos is exploring various processes for naturally removing large amounts of CO2 from the atmosphere. The first technology we are investigating is Ocean Iron Fertilization.
9 Oct 2008
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EPICLY LATER'D VOLUME 1 DVD OUT DECEMBER 9th......Fred is one of the baddest dudes on the East Coast. I am such a fan. I saw him once in 1994 and took the above photo: a backside 180 nose grind at Love Park. This might be the first photo I ever took of a pro, though he probably wasn't pro yet. Anyway, Fred is awesome, and back in 1994 the Philly scene really brought something fresh to street skating. It wasn't about doing the most tech tricks in a school yard, it was about skating fast down sketchy streets, skating switch, and doing wallrides and pole-jams. It was a tremendous breath of fresh air.Though I am actually older than Fred I think of him as this legendary veteran pro. I like how in this episode he hides the beer from his grandma. Even though he is one of the most notorious piles in skateboarding he's still kind of a grandmama's boy. WATCH MORE ON VBS TV
26 Nov 2008
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Intelligent Design - The Anthropic Hypothesis *******lettherebelight-77.blogspot****/ Ancient Microorganisms Helped Build 3.4-billion-year-old Stromatolite Rock Structures *******www.sciencedaily****/releases/2009/07/090716141221.htm Both the oldest Stromatolite fossils, and the oldest bacterium fossils, found on earth demonstrate an extreme conservation of morphology which, very contrary to evolutionary thought, simply means they look very similar to Stromatolites and bacteria of today. AMBER: THE LOOKING GLASS INTO THE PAST: Excerpt: These (fossilized bacteria) cells are actually very similar to present day cyanobacteria. This is not only true for an isolated case but many living genera of cyanobacteria can be linked to fossil cyanobacteria. The detail noted in the fossils of this group gives indication of extreme conservation of morphology, more extreme than in other organisms. *******bcb705.blogspot****/2007/03/amber-looking-glass-into-past_23.html Bacteria: Fossil Record - Ancient Compared to Modern - Picture ******* Shark's Bay - Modern Stromatolites - Pictures *******seapics****/feature-subject/marine-invertebrates/stromatolite-pictures.html Ancient Stromatalites - Pictures *******
29 Jan 2010
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30 May 2011
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22 Jan 2013
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Plants have evolved a sophisticated system to turn solar energy into the sugars which keep us fed. We made the awesome process easy to understand in this week's vid! More on YouTube Support Sci-Wise on Patreon References (APA): Freeman, S. (2014) Biological Science. Pearson. United States. Music: 'Perspectives' -Kevin Macleod
16 Jan 2019
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See the unevers show 2006.. hope you enjoy.The '''Sun''' is the star at the center of the Solar System. The Earth and other matter (including other planets, asteroids, meteoroids, comets, and dust) orbit the Sun, which by itself accounts for about 99.8% of the Solar System's mass. Energy from the Sun, in the form of sunlight, supports almost all life on Earth via photosynthesis, and drives the Earth's climate and weather.The sky is the part of the atmosphere or of outer space visible from the surface of any astronomical object. It is difficult to define precisely for several reasons. During daylight the sky of Earth has the appearance of a deep blue surface, as the result of the air's scattering of sunlight. The sky is sometimes defined as the denser gaseous zone of a planet's atmosphere. At night the sky has the appearance of a black surface or region scattered with stars.
28 Nov 2006
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