More looking WAY behind to see ahead.
- You know those haliophiles--those archae I have been talking about?
Methanogens, sulfur loving, salt loving microbes?
Well, the methanogens are closest in relation to the progonate, as
far as DNA evidence is concerned. Then the salt loving are next,
followed by the sulfur loving. One DNA paleo biologist thinks the
sulfur loving should have their own evolutionary branch because there
is RNA with what are called introns, or coding spaces between
messages. These spaces add to the complexity and evolutionary
capabilities -- their morphing abilities, but also increase the time
and energy required for cell division.
And of course I think the methanogens and salt loving archae are
symbiotic and genetically close due to the mechanism I have
described--in-so-far as induction and salt water are connected and a
wet patch feedback will necessarily denote a dry, salty patch, along
with a range of temperature conditions where the hydrates don't
freeze too much or melt too much. IOW, if the ice on land forms it
depressurizes the hydrates and it dries out and gets cold so that
there can be no precip, in the form of snow or otherwise, and if it
gets too warm the hydrates melt and the water in the air as a GHG
fails and it cools and so forth. It is chaos MODULATED. It's like
if you come up randomly, chaotically with any number if I can come up
with the reverse number there will always be homeostasis.
Chaos idiots are completely wrong because you can't have equillibrium
AND chaos. It is either one over the other. If it is a butterfly's
battering wings, it is really the wind you speak of, not the
butterfly. Mars and Venus are enough to show that . . .
Anyway, what I was thinking about wasn't the sulfur loving
extremophiles either. There is sweet crude that came in climate in a
region without much sulphur, or low sulfur coal--same deal, which
helps explain why these archae may have had to evolve more complex
genetics to survive. But the symbiotic thing is still there, which
is due, in my view, to the sulphur as a phase change temp dropper of
cirrus and what sulphur does to weathering as well as biological
relationships. So, there is some connection, but not like the salt
loving archae, and the genetic pattern matches that.
No. What I was thinking about is that if methanogens were the closet
to the first known anscester, then archae then tells us much about
modulation. And they do.
These are creatures able, even under the much cooler conditions of
billions of years ago, which evolved to live in the most extreme
conditions. Those are the kinds of conditions against which they
then evolved to modulate, and really, their extreme ability to
survive shows the chaotic past they had to modulate. It's just more
biological proof . . .
- Almost from your forecast, B-1, of the flaring and sun spots cooling
Look at the latest from Queensland:
Date Tahiti Darwin Daily** 30 dayAv.SOI 90 dayAv.SOI
5-Apr-2002 1011.43 1010.55 -10.90 -9.17 -0.07
6-Apr-2002 1013.36 1011.45 -3.40 -9.46 -0.20
7-Apr-2002 1014.15 1011.60 1.10 -9.46 -0.17
8-Apr-2002 1013.91 1010.15 9.90 -8.91 -0.0
See that 9.9--that's a La Nina wind!!!!!!!!
That means there is an EASTWARD wind over waters in the warm
equatorial Pacific. Electrically, by Fleming's right hand rul, watch
how quickly those warm anomalies say BYE BYE!!!
ROFLMFAO. NOAA--WRONG. Daly--WRONG. Dr. Gray (weak El Nino)--WRONG.
Daly dedicates half is site to his El Nino prediction--wrong headed
as it may be. Which is interesting because as he comes to the US as
the triumphant so called skeptic (he's really a fascist skeptic), he
has this mud in his face. Can't say I fell too sorry.