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Old 07-06-2003, 04:53 PM
Archimedes Plutonium
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Default Plants the Quantum inverses (duals) of animals Re: Hemoglobin

5 Jul 2003 14:16:18 -0700 Martin Hodson wrote:

This issue of leghemoglobin versus hemoglobin is an interesting test
for my old problem of whether possible or impossible for a human innate
carbonfibre skeleton system.

Put directly-- if plants can have an innate hemoglobin production, then
I would
say by reasonability that animals can have a innate carbonfibre skeleton
some distant future date.

But I am not quite sure whether this leghemoglobin is 100% produced by
plant or whether the symbiotic relationship of bacteria to plant
produces the

And it appears that hemoglobin is iron based whereas leghemoglobin is
magnesium based. So there may be a Quantum Inverse or duality that is
impossible to alter. If that is true that it is impossible for plants to
hemoglobin vice leghemoglobin then the changing of a calcium based
skeleton system to a carbonfibre skeleton system is also to be
to do.

So, if a army of biotech engineers were given the assignment of
a plant that can make hemoglobin vice leghemoglobin and this army of
engineers finds it impossible. Then it is reasonable to say that in the
it will be not just difficult but impossible to ever have a human that
has an
innate carbonfibre skeleton system.

P.S. It is with pleasure to see that iron and magnesium are Quantum
between the animal and plant kingdoms.

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Old 07-11-2003, 10:11 AM
Archimedes Plutonium
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Default differences between plant mitochondrial DNA and animal Re: Plants the

Today I was wondering about whether a plant clone such as say aspen trees
or locust tree root cutting have the same mitochondrial DNA. That is, is a
plant clone identical to parent whereas in animals, any clone is say 60% or
identical to parent because the mitochrondrial DNA is not able to be
as exact duplicate.

And so, in my thoughts I realized I may have another Bifurcation of Physics
upon Biology. Another dualism in biology or inverse relationship. That only

plants of the plant kingdom can reproduce 100% copies whereas animals a
fraction due to nontransferrability of mitochondrial DNA.

If that is the case, then that would imply another inverse relationship in
that plants
have a high percentage of copy-ability whereas animals have a low
Perhaps this percentage numbers comes out to be an inverse relationship of
say plants 60% and animals 40% where some plant species is 98% and some
animal species 2%.

The Mitochrondia deals with motion and animals need motion which sets them
apart from plants and the plant kingdom.

Recently I was talking about the inverse relationship between calcium
of animals compared to carbon for plants (trunk or stem etc) And a poster
pointed out that most animals are insects and they have a carbon
My rejoinder to that is that the Linnaeus Classification needs revamping in
animals need be classified by "size". For it is well known in Quantum
Mechanics that we classify particles as to size and speed. Fastmoving and
small masses
to slow and large masses. Likewise the Animal kingdom needs revision where
the insects are Animal kingdom #1 and larger animals as Animal kingdom #2.

Now the question of Mitochrondial DNA may further impose lines in the
Linnaeus Classification sheme in that the larger the animal the less
of exact copy clone but as you get to the small animals such as insects and

smaller then the copy percentage rises.

More in the future,,, I hope... for this topic has been on my mind for
5 years now and the posts to the Internet evinces that.

For me, it is not a question of can or cannot Quantum Mechanics redo the
Linnaeus Classification scheme of life, not a question of can but a
of when physics will subsume biology in its broadest forms and trashcan the

Linnaeus system.

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of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies

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