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    By Sophia Siedlberg | September 24th 2007 02:45 PM | 18 comments | Print | E-mail | Track Comments
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    A review of Dr Lonnie W Aarssen's “Some Bold evolutionary predictions for mating in humans” Quite often papers are published which get slated for being “politically incorrect” I recently witnessed a rather interesting example of that. However when reading papers that acquire this dubious title I find it useful to look at the paper on it’s own merits. Dr Lonnie W. Aarssen’s “Some Bold evolutionary predictions for mating in humans” is an interesting example. My initial impression of the paper is that it simply asserts that human beings are subject to the same mating rules as other primates, and that at some point in the future older social patterns in humans involving marriage and so on would re-assert themselves, because “it is in the genes” However Dr Aarssen’s conclusions are certainly worthy of further debate and have merit. To begin with Dr. Aarssen asserts that divorce rates have plummeted, and that people are not reproducing to this Dr. Aarsen says:
    “Several socio-cultural/economic factors have been proposed as explanations for these trends but the biologist cannot help but find obvious and profound implications that derive from the fact that disinterest or failure in mating has a direct impact on evolutionary fitness.”
    Well I can agree and not agree with that statement. I find the term “Evolutionary fitness” a bit drastic, whatever socially systems we have human beings will always reproduce, I suspect the biggest threats to “evolutionary fitness” (If that refers to the ability of the human race to survive) would range from ecological disasters to genocide and nuclear war. If however “evolutionary fitness” refers to genetic diversity there is a case for saying that people of a given gene pool not reproducing would start to limit the genetic diversity of the human gene pool as a whole. However that goes counter to what many who discuss the sort of biology Dr. Aarssan is discussing. These “Darwininian” (Read Galtonesque) ideas of natural selection have often been applied to limit the genetic diversity in the human gene pool. OK this is where political correctness screams “Eugenics” but Dr Aarssen has only put the discussion in the “Darwinian” framework. The problem with this framework however is the somewhat vague understanding of genetics it presents. (This is why eugenics is a non viable practice). My understanding of genetics is that when someone talks of “Genetic influences” (Especially in terms of sociobiology). I want to know which “genes” are involved, that is what region of DNA, what the structure of it is with regards things like coding regions, products of coding regions, base richness, promotor regions, mutational differences expressed in the sequence data. And how the product of that gene interacts with the rest of the genome, and also how the products of other genes interact with the gene itself. This level of detail may or may not shed light on complex human social trends, but simple Mendellian genetics with a Darwinian emphasis on natural selection do not cut it, it is that simple. Dr. Aarssen says:
    “Although many human behavioural domains are of course a product of sociocultural/economic context or ‘the environment’, many of them are also inevitably a product of genes/alleles inherited from ancestors According to the central tenet of evolution theory, many of the traits that are common today within any species (human or otherwise) are the same traits that were also common in those predecessors that left the most descendants, particularly with regard to traits that promote offspring production directly. The most obvious of these traits are associated in one way or another with attraction to sex, or ‘sex drive’, but equally important are traits associated in one way or another with promoting the survival/well-being of the offspring that issue as a product of sex drive.”
    Well what would these genes/alleles be? I could make an educated guess, sex hormones are often steroids, so you need a gene to code for peptides that make up the enzymes to convert cholesterol to these steroids, then you need the genes to code for the peptides that make up the receptors of these steroids, you then need peptide hormones you need the genes to code for them directly, then you need the genes to produce the peptides that make up the proteins to regulate the expressions of these genes via various mechanisms. Before you know it there are so many genes involved and so many variants of these genes, you cannot rely on Darwinian natural selection alone to explain all this. Mendellian genetics gives you clues as to which genes are most likely to express. But putting it bluntly. If Dr Aarssen is saying these genetic influences are involved, I would like to know in more precise detail how they are involved. The model presented in the Darwinian framework gets further undermined when you consider that genes could often have multiple functions. A gene does not work in some cases and you could get 20 proteins that have in them a peptide chain from that gene. Having established that to some extent the discussion with regards the actual biology is lacking. That is it would need further investigation to serve as viable evidence to support the conclusions. What is being said? Dr Aarssen states:
    “The drive to leave a legacy has presented a unique challenge for males throughout most of human history: men could never be completely certain of their paternity Women have always known exactly how many offspring they produced, but men could never know for sure. Hence, a man could never truly escape from the agony of doubt about whether the children that he was investing all of his resources in, and leaving an inheritance for, were really his”
    This passage is actually very interesting because what it describes is past evolution. In fact it is a very good description of the social structure of a troop of apes for example, Take Dr. Aarssens’ press statement
    “In this way future generations of women will inherit a stronger genetic predisposition for mating and having children as a priority in their lives.”
    It seems evident that Dr. Aarssen is asserting that the mating rituals of apes, (Let’s be truthful here) are going to re-assert themselves. Many of the press statements talk of the “mom gene” (Assertion a female behavior) but the paper talks more about male dominated social hierarchies. Of course the “politically correct” social commentator will point out that this is sexism, especially when reading the following. “This was fairly obviously attainable through traits that promoted the subjugation of females, especially dominant control over their fertility and sexual activity, and through behaviours that promoted the acquisition of multiple sexual partners and the generation of dynasties, involving polygyny, concubines, mistresses, and rape including spousal rape The fitness benefit from these ‘legacy drive’ pursuits i.e. leaving many descendants would also, of course, have been promoted in males by a strong sex drive.” But this all seems to miss the point, Dr Aarssen is in effect saying that we have the social structures of evolutionary written into our genes. To some extent I would agree, but humans in general have evolved different strategies, You see what Dr Aarssen is presenting is an evolutionary paradox. You see the territorialism, the aggressive assertion of breeding rights and so on do manifest in human, the result would probably well be things like warfare. And this is not a vague statement either, warfare has been developed into a strategic art. There have been many books written about it. Go back to the animal kingdom and you will find that meerkats of all things are experts at it. And the whole thing is driven as Dr. Aarssen would agree, by mating and breeding rights, and the control of genetic legacy (There is a well publicized project that has studied this, which ended up with TV shows and spin offs). The point is I have yet to see a meerkat, or an ape or any mammal besides human beings gain the ability to sequence their own genome. The question is why would such biologically driven mating behaviors re-assert themselves in humans. This raises an interesting question, one behavior I have noticed in many who adhere to such socio-biological models has been the somewhat atavistic belief in a “natural order” if anything they adhere to it quite strongly. Almost as if they are trying to protect something. A sort of legacy perhaps? “Evolutionary fitness”. Is that not in itself a manifestation of such a mating behavior? And as such would it be regulated by some (As of yet uncertain) genetic entity in the human genome. The paradox lies in the fact that this fear of “change” could just as easily be read to describe a “legacy gene”. Which manifests as a fear of where evolution may be going next. As human beings have developed to the stage where they are the dominant species, and have the ability to read their own genome, then surely the expression of this “legacy gene” is an evolutionary liability, lying at the root of “Either we survive or die our genes will prevail the genes of the others must not” The paradox is that it works for other mammals but it can be a disaster for human. Because humans have evolved a nervous system capable of handling self referring ideas such as self awareness, and abstractions which lead to things like the unique attributes of human thinking. The processes that Dr. Aarssen describes are the very components that make up the “darker side” of humanity. This is the problem evolutionary psychology asserts that humans are at the top of the tree but then advocates the very primitive things that could seriously damage humanity in terms of manifesting as negative eugenics and even war. The thing is Dr Aarssen is aware of this. In concluding the paper we read:
    “The above considerations, however, illustrate that the history of socio-cultural norms, as well as an optimistic future for these norms, can also be interpreted in terms of a fundamental role involving products of Darwinian natural selection. In other words, Darwinian evolution provides a driver for cultural evolution, but new cultural norms in turn provide the ecological ‘theatre’ for the next evolutionary ‘play’. Products of natural selection, however, usually also generate challenges for any species. For example, from the past, we might ask: has the uncertainty of paternity and evolution of legacy drive in males played a role in their historical preoccupation with political conflict and warfare?”
    With this I could agree, however I am somewhat cautious about the identification of male “legacy drives” or “Legacy genes” as the sole cause of potential problems. Especially when it comes to zoological models. (Which is what we are really talking about, not genetics). Meerkats are interesting, they can be rather matriarchal and are still experts at warfare.
    “Has attraction to leisure played a role in our history of mindless natural resource depletion, and rampant disregard for environmental degradation”
    Well let’s look at the “Persuit of lesuire” What were the Ancient Olympics if they were not rutting season as manifested in humans?. But a managed “rutting season” The “Warfare” was contained.
    “For the future, can we anticipate that strong parenting drive might reverse the current de-population trend resulting from belowreplacement fertility, hence possibly making a stable future world population size more difficult to attain than what recent projections have suggested? Will this in turn re-ignite a world population explosion and elevate our motivation for conflict between nations over limited resources and sources of energy? Or will future technology, or future socio-cultural evolution rescue us from these dire fates? The future will undoubtedly be more difficult to predict than the past and present are to interpret”
    I would argue that what makes humanity unique is the ability to override these fatalistic “drives” these drives are not tied solely to sex, I would argue that the “legacy drive” is separate. I suspect that there is a “Fatalism Drive” in humans, whether it is genetic in origin again remains to be seen. That fatalism drive fears the different, leading to other motivations behind things like Eugenics (Eugenics is an interesting example because here it is the direct human intervention trying to ensure only one genetic legacy survives, it doesn’t work on the real life gene pool, that is the point). The fatalism takes the form of the statement “It is in the genes accept it” but in practice (As illustrated by the ancient Olympics) Humans have evolved some rather interesting ways to keep “rutting season” under control. But some actually seem to relish the fatalism. There are some who adhere to evolutionary psychology who make little or no sense, defining everything in terms of rutting season. What they seldom mention is that “Pass on your genes and only your genes” results in negative eugenics. To the human gene pool that is a liablility. The problem really lies in determining where the liability lies. There is nothing wrong with trying to protect the human gene pool (Which seems to be Dr Aarssen’s motivation). It is recognizing that a lot of the ideas of “natural selection” talk of “Survival of the fittest” as opposed to “Survival of the most adaptive”. The devil is in the detail. “Fittest” means “Most adapted to a given environment and survival is driven by social ideals as dictated by the fatalism drive” where “Adaptive” means “The ability to adapt to anything with the social and biological resources to do so remaining intact”. So what of evolutionary psychology? Evolutionary psychology in particular fails to spot the liability, as does the whole idea of “natural selection” because the fatalism is written into it. The truth of the matter is I am not convinced by much of it because it is too self contradicting and also it reads a little like people who like to view themselves as no more than biological machines with immutable genetic traits, somehow trying to convince everyone else that they are the same. And this would appear to be the antithesis of how evolution actually seems to work. I need to clarify that I am not asserting that the human condition is not subject biological processes, that would be absurd. My skepticism lies in the fatalistic streak that seem to assert itself so often in this area of discussion. It is so contrary to the obvious, we human beings, as a species are characterized by our ability to take self awareness, and ability to handle abstract concepts to a point where we can develop the technology to read our own genome for example. This is the evolutionary advantage that has made the human being the dominant species. Evolutionary psychology somehow tries to deny this ever happened. By asserting hierarchies that existed in the jungle. In evolutionary terms that makes little sense. The truth is human beings are in control of their own destiny and being in control of our own destiny is what makes human being unique as the dominant species. Is that evolution, well it looks that way, we are more than DNA nowadays and no end of wanting to have it as it was is going to change that.

    Comments

    Michel
    Hi Sophia, This was well written - even I could follow it! As a social scientist, I would want to agree. The genetics and biology is a given, but there is a world beyond that, and that is what we do with what we are given. I guess I would want to replace the term 'fatalism' with 'determinism'; I am a philosophical determinist, but not a genetic determinist, because there are environmental factors that will affect how things work out. Take a poor kid from a slum and give them a good diet, and they will develop differently than if remaining malnourished. The same applies socially; take a kid with working-class parents and send them to a private school, and they can develop intellectually. Send a chimp to private school, and they'd not be that clever, even if they made it to sports captain and the girls thought they were cute :-) M
    Sophia S Siedlberg
    Hi Michel I saw a debate on the Bailey thread emerge where Watson of DNA fame is mentioned peddling his rather negative ideas. Most people say "Well he found the structure of DNA he must be right". Well the story behind that is rather Machiavellian. It was the work of Rosalind Franklin, who spent years on it, at some personal cost as well, who basically did the work, Watson with Crick and Wilkins just put two and two together, were it not for her work, Watson would still be playing with ball and stick models even today. OK some say this was just unfortunate circumstances, But then Franklin was a woman, and "less than superior" in Watson's eyes, as well as the then male dominated arena of sceince. So Watson got the Nobel Prize. Look at it in that light the way Watson carries on makes a lot of sense, he gained a lot from the mentality he advocates. Watson does himself few favours because everyone knows what happened. If anything Watson proves the paradox. A really good experimental scientist (Franklyn) was not accredited because Watson's (Primitive)"Fatalism drive" was in overdrive? We may as well be honest about it. I say this because the other two Wilkins and Crick were a bit regretful about it from what I have read. The paradox being that it was Watson (The great authority) who was himself displaying the biologically determine behaviour.
    Hank
    I agree there is a certain amount of 'determinism' in peoples' perception of modern genetic research, though I am not sure it is on the part of biologists.

    Everyone wants to feel like we are in important, advanced times and that there is an answer within reach. Most do not realize that understanding genes and expecting big answers to human questions from that is similar to studying Legos to determine why Falling Water is a beautiful piece of architecture.

    Sophia S Siedlberg
    Hi Hank "I agree there is a certain amount of 'determinism' in peoples' perception of modern genetic research, though I am not sure it is on the part of biologists." There is just an irony to it really. As a geneticist myself I tend to regard genetics as very liberating, because you can read the sequence data like a sheet of music. Most people gain the impression that nucleotide sequences are simply a code, this is how it is presented. So logically most people assume it is somehow immutable and fixed. Hence the determinism, some biologists do like to present it that way For me it is genuinely like reading music. Like you get the coding regions, which are the notes. The non coding regions are the lines. The non coding regions determine how and when the coding regions are played. the resulting peptide chains are like the sounds of the instruments. A small chain like Oxytocin is like a triangle in an orchestra, whereas a complex protein made up of many chains is like a section of the orchestra. The thing is every different musician and every different conductor and every different venue will produce subtle differences in the music. In a way that is like the environment. And the thing is you would not get a symphony without musicians, conductors and venues. But each and every time you hear the same thing, it is a little different. Even if the performance is in the same venue, in the same hall with the same conductor, if it is held again the next evening it will differ. I think this is why I tend to look at sequence data and see something different from the claims of some biologists. Evolution is not static, just as much as Prokofiev's Troika does not sound exactly the same every time it is performed. The real irony is that many biologists are like musicologists studying the different halls and venues, the different musicians. I just work with the data, the music sheets if you like, and yet some biologists faced with the many variables, Like the Albert hall one day and the Sydney opera house the next, still somehow manage to discuss it like it was played on a midi sequencer. I have to admit finding it amusing.
    You can definetely find out cross polarised middlefrequency shifted bosenova nearby darkmatteforbidden regions in genes called lazy genes that will not activate energy paerhaps the absence of fate and sun line with many cross graphics terminating the astro genetic connections.Polarization of low-lying excitonic bands in finite-size semiconducting single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) is studied by using quantum-chemical methodologies. Our calculations elucidate properties of cross-polarized excitons, which lead to the transverse optical absorption of nanotubes and presumably couple to intermediate-frequency modes recently observed in resonance Raman excitation spectroscopy. We identify up to 12 distinct excitonic transitions below the second fundamental band associated with the E22 van Hove singularity. Calculations for several chiral SWNTs distinguish the optically active “bright” excitonic band polarized parallel to the tube axis and several optically “weak” cross-polarized excitons. The rest are optically (near) forbidden “dark” transitions. An analysis of the transition density matrices related to excitonic bands provides detailed information about delocalization of excitonic wavefunction along the tube. Utilization of the natural helical coordinate system accounting for the tube chirality allows one to disentangle longitudinal and circumferential components. The distribution of the transition density matrix along a tube axis is similar for all excitons. However, four parallel-polarized excitons associated with the E11 transition are more localized along the circumference of a tube, compared with others related to the E12 and E21 cross-polarized transitions. Calculated splitting between optically active parallel- and cross-polarized transitions increases with tube diameter, which compares well with experimental spectroscopic data.
    Cross polarisation leading to dark forbidden dark transitions: on solar saturn squeezed plasmons simulate genes .Calculations for several chiral SWNTs distinguish the optically active “bright” excitonic band polarized parallel to the tube axis and several optically “weak” cross-polarized excitons. The rest are optically (near) forbidden “dark” transitions. An analysis of the transition density matrices related to excitonic bands provides detailed information about delocalization of excitonic wavefunction call for cross graphics in any hologram as applicable in palmistry also.Note that, because of state mixing and open boundary conditions, some cross-polarized excitons might have a small amount of z-polarized transition dipole moment. Such state interference complicates the analysis of excitonic structure and the separation of z-polarized excitons from cross-polarized ones
    Sankara Velayudhan Nandakumar along with Hon. Sir J.Pendry F.R.S of imperial college uk special officer on combustion nano technology along with Dr.GANESAN ,IIT professor ,combustion dept Cape Institute of Technology,Nagercoil formerly with ,KNSK Engineering college ,Nagercoil as research scholar,Anna University with Hubble space research committee of Hon.Roger Davies,Hon.Collin Webbs FRS of Laser dn of Oxford uk,Hon.Marteen Rees ,Emeritus Professor of cosmology Cambridge ,former president of Royal society, London.
    Sankara Velayudhan Nandakumar member PNAS ,American ,JILA,NIST ,Hubble Group member on behalf of Loyola college of Engineering and technology ,Member American committee for the Weizman institute of science ,Energy renovation committee cape Institute of Technology,Nagercoil ,former Guest lecturer ,KNSK Enginering college ,Anna University have surprisingly found out genetic mirror
    1) Cross polarized emissions leading to bone fracture as observed in case of Madam Sarah Berhardt-reg [Incident: 100806-000073 news@nature.com

    Hank
    You can definetely find out cross polarised middlefrequency shifted bosenova nearby darkmatteforbidden regions in genes called lazy genes that will not activate energy paerhaps the absence of fate and sun line with many cross graphics terminating the astro genetic connections.
    This is some of the stupidest mumbo jumbo I will read today.  Unless you reply to my comment.
    IBMs complex neurological mapping for thinking computer is not enough-reg Researchers at IBM have created the most complex neurological map ever seen, detailing the comprehensive long-distance network that makes up the macaque monkey brain in unprecedented detail. Such a roadmap through the brain's complex networking processes could have major implications for attempts at reverse-engineering neural networks and creating cognitive computer chips that "think" as powerfully and efficiently as the biological brain.
    But most importantly, they found what they describe in a paper published in PNAS as a "tightly integrated core" that might be they key to cognition in higher-thinking biological creatures. That core might be what gives us consciousness (we won't get into the philosophical implications there). Further, the core isn't located in one, or even two regions. The researchers found it stretches through the premotor cortex, prefrontal cortex, temporal lobe, thalamus, visual cortex and a handful of other regions.
    Another surprising find: the prefrontal cortex, though at the front of the brain, might actually serve as its central information hub that distributes information throughout the brain. The study included mapping of four times as many regions and three times the number of connections than the largest previous attempt. Those findings could finally help researchers mimic the brain -- which, even in this seemingly advanced era, is something of a mystery to us. That in turn could lead to network architecture and computer chips that process and move information as quickly and seamlessly as our brains do .
    But astro geneticist of Oxford Anna university are of the opinion that this is not enough as the Monkey brain deals with non polarized phases.Simian line joining the heart and brain line denoting intensive emotional behaviour of single track concentration that wil hear to others opinins.But human brain deals with complicated brain line sometimes separated from life line and deflects up and down show differentiable dy/dx gradients that swings between Mercury and lunar mounts with ESP power inheritnace by having semi circle connecting Mercury and lunar mounts along plane of solar-planeatry squeezed emssion simulated genetic hologam which may not be avialble in Monkey's brain.
    Sankara Velayudhan Nandakumar along with Hon. Sir J.Pendry F.R.S of imperial college uk special officer on combustion nano technology along with Dr.GANESAN ,IIT professor ,combustion dept Cape Institute of Technology,Nagercoil formerly with ,KNSK Engineering college ,Nagercoil as research scholar,Anna University with Hubble space research committee of Hon.Roger Davies,Hon.Collin Webbs FRS of Laser dn of Oxford uk,Hon.Marteen Rees ,Emeritus Professor of cosmology Cambridge ,former president of Royal society, London.
    Sankara Velayudhan Nandakumar member PNAS ,American ,JILA Group member on behalf of Loyola college of Engineering and technology ,Member American committee for the Weizman institute of science ,Energy renovation committee cape Institute of Technology,Nagercoil ,former Guest lecturer ,KNSK Enginering college ,Anna University have surprisingly found out genetic mirror
    IBMs compex neurological mapping for thinking computer is not enough-reg [Incident: 100806-000046]news@nature.com

    Water affined genes along the plane of catastrophe by cross polarise resonance acting as a timer observed by a cross at the end of Tcell projection on lunar mount as per palm print of W.T.Staed and Lord Kitchner former naval commnder of England.
    Solar magnetic field by its cross middle frequency cross polarized oscillation initiate Rogue waves in sea during June-July along surface plasmons polaritons.
    Abstract: We propose and experimentally demonstrate the generation of cross-polarized photon pairs via four-wave mixing with cross-polarized frequency-conjugate laser equivalent pulse of solar magnetic field pulses of frequency-conjugate laser dynamics at 45 degree grace angle This method can be used for astrogenetic applications and various quantum information applications such as the preparation of Bell states of Toa cross polarization integrated over stoke and antistoke split stages that lead the stoke by cos 45 degrees.
    Solar magnetic field ejecting surface plasmons that oscillate along middle frequency resonance oscillation seems to be an important investigation on super string wave theory of helium fluid calls of optic lattices of Equi potential for wz of rotating dynamics of ds squeezed for cross polariton resonance of Bosenova oscillation from air affine to water affined affine the sea water.
    It has been demonstrated that by injecting a laser beam into a single mode optical lattice (SMF) or a MF, correlated Stokes (ωs) and anti-Stokes (ωas) photon pairs at conjugate frequencies are generated via degenerate four-wave mixing process (FWM) at the phase matching condition, ωs+ωas=2ω0 [16-19]. In a reverse process, it was also shown that by recombining these pairs of parallel-polarized conjugate photons in a second layer, photon pairscan be generated at the middle frequency with good efficiency, ω0=ωs+ωas [20].It is known that in an ideal single mode fiber (SMF), a mode excited with its polarization. This effect has been used to generate polarization-entangled photon pairs by synchronizing two orthogonal but degenerate FWM processes in a dispersion-shifted fiber(DSF) [22, 23]. Two same wavelength laser pulses with polarizations perpendicular to eachother coupled into a DSF, each create a correlated photon pair in the polarization state ofHsHi> or |VsVi>. |H> and |V> are two orthogonally polarized photon states and “s” and “i”stand for signal (anti-Stokes) and idler (Stokes) photons at different wavelengths. |HsHi> and
    |VsVi> are interferometrically combined.
    We overlap a Stokes (Es(t,z)) laser pulse polarized along principal axis x with an anti-Stokes (Eas(t,z)) laser pulse polarized along principal axis y in a MF, in thephoton pairs by FWM at the iddle frequency generating correlated state of |x> |y> when phase matching condition is satisfied.(1) At delay t1, overlap only occurs between Easx and Esy. In this case we launch the anti-Stokes pulse ahead of the Stokes pulse into MF2. Cross-polarized photon pairs in the state|x>|y> are generated by FWM at the middle frequency. This is similar to a collineardegenerate type-II PDC process [24].(2) At delay t3, overlap only occurs between Easy and Esx, generating cross-polarizedphoton pairs in the state |x>|y> at the middle frequency through FWM. In this case, we launchthe Stokes pulse ahead of the anti-Stokes pulse into MF2.With polarization oriented at 45o with respect to axes x and y, the Stokes (anti-Stokes)pulse is split into two pulses with equal power in MF2 polarized along axes x and y,respectively, resulting in a four-pulse co-propagation configuration in MF2. The electric fieldof the four-pulse is,
    Es(t,z)=Esx(t,z)x+Esy(t,z)y, (1a)
    Eas(t,z)=Easx(t,z)x+Easy(t,z)
    Rotational vector frequency of cross polariton resonance amplifying the sea during June-july by space polaritons of 69 dynamics of solar magnetic field at cancer-reg [Incident: 100729-000144 news@nature.com
    Some interesting simulation on fliud mechanics that could be derived using the velocity potential of -1 as as dy/dx -1at Wz =1/2(dv/dx-du/dy) that simulate violent surface palsmons by incearsed rotational frequencies due to circularly polarised polariton collection on water surface from linearity to partitionned polarity and collapsible resonance amplify the force by the cross polarisaing stoke and antistoke forces. They’re the stuff of sea captains' nightmares—giant waves barreling in seemingly from out of nowhere to capsize or swamp even the largest vessels or offshore drilling platforms. What creates these elusive monsters? In a new paper to be published in Physical Review Letters, researchers use a computer model to simulate a rogue wave's birth and propagation. Two or more small waves, driven forward by strong currents, and at the same time resisted by powerful headwinds, suddenly combine and amplify their height into a single, giant wave. Once formed, the wave structure stabilizes itself and concentrates its energy in one direction. That enables it to travel many kilometers before breaking up, typically when either the driving currents or headwinds subside. Along the way, anyone unfortunate enough to be sitting in the wave's path is bound to remember the experience. The same experience occurred to Lord Kitchner nval commander of England who had Einstein’s spooky hologram plane in his palm print of cross polarization graphics at the end of travel line confirmed the astro genetic theory along the plane of cross polarized surface polaritons of solar magnetic field acted as a timer in his case.. Sankara Velayudhan Nandakumar along with Hon. Sir J.Pendry F.R.S of imperial college uk special officer on combustion nano technology along with Dr.GANESAN ,IIT professor ,combustion dept Cape Institute of Technology,Nagercoil formerly with ,KNSK Engineering college ,Nagercoil as research scholar,Anna University with Hubble space research committee of Hon.Roger Davies,Hon.Collin Webbs FRS of Laser dn of Oxford uk,Hon.Marteen Rees ,Emeritus Professor of cosmology Cambridge ,former president of Royal society London

    Main reference: Generation of cross-polarized photon pairs in a microstructure fiber with frequency-conjugatemicrostructure fiber with frequency-conjugate laser pump pulsesJ. Fan and A.MigdallOptical Technology DivisionNational Institute of Standards and Technology
    100 Bureau Drive, Mail Stop 8441, Gaithersburg. MD 20899-8441Jfan@nist.gov
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    13. S. J. Mason, M. A. Albota, F. Konig, and F. N. C. Wong, “Efficient generation of tunable photon pairs at
    m,” Opt. Lett.0.8 and 1.6 27, 2115 (2002).
    14. F. Konig, E. J. Mason, F. N. C. Wong, and M. A. Albota, “Efficient spectrally bright source of polarizationentangled
    photons,” Phys. Rev. A 71, 033805 (2005).
    15. T. A. Birks, J. C. Knight, and P. St. J. Russell, “Endlessly single-mode photonic crystal fibers,” Opt. Lett.
    22, 961 (1997).
    16. M. Fiorentino, P. L. Voss, J. E. Sharping, and P. Kumar, “All-fiber photon-pair source for quantum
    communication,” IEEE Photonics Tech. Lett. 14, 983 (2002).
    17) Your call CNSHD789849 regarding With polarization oriented at 45 degrees with respect to axes x and y, the Stokes (anti-Stokes) may shifted for anti laser-reg has been received Outreach@stsci.edu
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    Pendry's negative man based on NRI dynamics:
    Every humanbeings of positive genome growth seems to have the equal negative man along the palne of real and imginary complex plane hologram planes.Collecting all the informations by hislife he dies carrying the information into the negative man for resurrection done by Jesus christ.Penryd left handed negative plane oscillation definetely confirm this.Recent Hubble information on twin star having dark forbidden star merged later as a blue straggler on quantum mechanical revolutions confirms this interesting findings.this maens that our own sun must have aneagtive partner as NRI doamin feedback system.Kindly refer my paper on GRP as the moving feedback system collecting all the emissions of solar-lunar -planeatry emisions as feedbck sytem that moves at the rate of2 hours relative to sun controlling the genetic fate line of humanbings.
    Space magnetic field reconnection possible by frequency dispersed opposing magnetic fields of space:
    According to Bloch that applying a uniform force to a particle in a periodic potential would not accelerate it beyond certain limits, but instead would result in Bragg reflection when its deBrogle wave length became equivalent to the lattice period. Thus electro magnetic field applied to a potential could not accelerate electrons to a speed faster than corresponding Brillion zone ,and at longer periods the particles would execute oscillatory motion,called Bloch oscillation.
    Magnetic reconnection is a physical process in which oppositely directed magnetic fields are annihilated and the energy stored in them is converted to beams of energetic atomic particles. Based on two phenomena at frequency dispersion opposing quantum mechanical magnetic fields, this may be possible. This reconnection process is believed to drive the dynamics of the Earths magnetosphere and is responsible for phenomena such as solar flares and the aurora. These findings really are a breakthrough because magnetic reconnection is very difficult to observe. Before now we have had the 'smoking gun' of small-scale events but far from a full picture. Now for the first time we have proof that reconnection can and does occur on scales that make it as important as theoretically predicted. This becomes the basic foundation of astro genetics . While an electromagnetic field was applied to cause a stronger attraction among themselves causing bosenova explosions also. At this point the thermal energy released will be more for an explosion and the thermal energy released was greater than the normal energy. With increased magnetic field involving a Fesh bach resonance causing a reversible flip from attraction to repulsion in solar magnetic field emissions.
    Interesting frequency dispersed acceleration is possible by interference calling for positive and negative momentum resulting in an increased oscillation but at forbidden points there seems to be no transfer of energy .Simply by a change in the frequency in any one of the interference beams creating acceleration in optic lattice. A time may come when the interference energy distribution becomes a shut off at the eighth phase plane.vr=hk/m becomes -vr
    This requires information on phase conjugated converging domains of solar,lunar and planetary boundary reflections converged along negative refractive index plasmons of polaritons acting as feedback system along the plane of hologram which calls for more investigations on GRP(genetic reference plane) as genetic feedback system at radio waves frequencies as phase shifted auto feedback system in reinforcing the theory of astro genetics along the plane of hologram in understanding genetic codes of palm print.

    Sankara Velayudhan Nandakumar special officer on combustion nano technology along with Dr.GANESAN ,IIT professor ,combustion dept Cape Institute of Technology,Nagercoil formerly with ,KNSK Engineering college ,Nagercoil as research scholar,Anna University with Hubble space research committee of Hon.Roger Davies,Hon.Collin Webbs FRS of Laser dn of Oxford uk,Hon.Marteen Rees ,Emeritus Professor of cosmology Cambridge ,former president of Royal society, London.
    Sankara Velayudhan Nandakumar member PNAS ,American ,JILA Group member on behalf of Loyola college of Engineering and technology ,Member American committee for the Weizman institute of science ,Energy renovation committee cape Institute of Technology,Nagercoil ,former Guest lecturer ,KNSK Enginering college ,Anna University have surprisingly found out genetic mirror.
    Space electro magnetic wave reconnection of Magnetic reconnection is possible by the opposing magnetic fields-reg [Incident: 100726-000249 news@nature.com
    Teleportation over distances of a few hundred meters has previously only been accomplished with the photons traveling in fiber channels to help preserve their state. In this particular experiment, researchers maximally entangled two photons using both spatial and polarization modes and sent the one with higher energy through a ten-mile-long free space channel. They found that the distant photon was still able to respond to changes in state of the photon they held onto even at this unprecedented distanceIt works by entangling two objects, like photons or ions. The first teleportation experiments involved beams of light. Once the objects are entangled, they're connected by an invisible wave, like a thread or umbilical cord. That means when something is done
    to one object, it immediately happens to the other object, too. Einstein called this "spooky action at a distance Using a blue laser, a semiconductor, and a beta-barium borate crystal, the scientists first entangled two photons of light. Next, they sent one photon, which had slightly more energy, through about 10 miles of free space, from Beijing to a site in nearby Hebei province. When one photon changed its polarization, the other entangled photon changed its polarization as well

    Solar rays could be converged to produce cross polarized Bossonova resonance between Air affined and water affined middle frequency resonance as Monster twisters in ferromagnetic cloud chambers for tapping energy –Electricity:
    “crossover physics”, which reflects the anomalously short coherence length. Both schools are currentlyvery interested in explaining the origin of the mysterious pseudogap phase. In this Review we have presenteda case for its origin in crossover physics. The pseudogap in the normal state can be associated with meta-stable pairs of fermions (pseudogap) energy must be supplied to break these pairs apart into theirseparate components. The pseudogap also persists below Tc in the sense that there are noncondensed fermion pair excitations of the condensate. These concepts have a natural analogue in self consistent theories of superconducting fluctuations, but for the crossover problem the width of the “critical region” is extremely large. This reflects the much stronger-than-BCS attractive interaction. It was not our intent to shortchange the role of Mott physics which will obviously be of importance in our ultimate understanding of the superconducting cuprates. There is, however, much in this regard which is still uncertain associated with establishing the simultaneous relevance and existence of spin-charge
    separation (Anderson, 1997), stripes (Kivelson et al., 2003), and hidden order parameters (Chak
    et al., 2001). What we do have in hand, though, is a very clear experimental picture of an extremely unusual superconductor in which superconductivity seems to evolve gradually from above Tc to below.We have in this Review tried to emphasize the common ground between high Tc superconductors and ultracold superfluids.
    These Mott issues may nevertheless, set the agenda for future cold atom studies of fermions n optical lattices (Hofstetter et al., 2002).The recent discovery of superfluidity in cold fermion gases opens the door to a new set of fascinating problems in condensed matter physics. Unlike the bosonic system, there is no ready-made counterpart of Gross Pitaevskii theory. A new mean field theory which goes beyond BCS and encompasses BEC in some form or another will have to be developed in concert with experiment.
    An interesting Cross Polarized Bossoneva Twisters(CPBT) convergence in laser cooling dynamics that oscillate between air affined surface polaritons forming cross polarized as they oscillate along middle frequencies in fferro magnetic vaporized cloud chambers of MOT requires further research in NIST,and Jila ,MIT University.
    Astro physics related information in solar magnetic field shifting of half spins fermions to full spin Boson shift is possible of solar ray emissions .Infact quasinatured full spin boson converted as half spin fermions on Taurus mageneto optic quantum sector is observed.(refer graphical codes of half circle over full circle)
    The Boson natured Bossonnova retrograde resonance between Gemini and cancer call for similat crocc polarized Bossonova resonance at polariton cross overs requires an investigation.
    Conclusion: Ferromagnetic vaporized injection in solar rays could be utilized in laser colling bosennova resonance polariton cross over dynamics to produce Monster Twisers that could drive Turbine blades to produce electricity in generators or directly as jet propulsion systems.
    Sankara Velayudhan Nandakumar of Energy renovation coordinator along with Hon. Sir J.Pendry F.R.S of imperial college uk special officer on combustion nano technology along with Dr.GANESAN ,IIT professor ,combustion dept Cape Institute of Technology,Nagercoil formerly with ,KNSK Engineering college ,Nagercoil as research scholar,Anna University with Hubble space research committee of Hon.Roger Davies,Hon.Collin Webbs FRS of Laser dn of Oxford uk,Hon.Marteen Rees ,Emeritus Professor of cosmology Cambridge ,former president of Royal society London
    List of references:
    Bossonova resoannce reserch works carried out at NIST and JILA
    1. C. Kurtsiefer, P. Aarda, M. Halder, H. Weinfurter, P. M. Gorman, P. R. Tapster, “Quantum cryptography:
    A step towards global key distribution,” Nature 419, 450 (2002).
    2. M. Aspelmeyer, H. R. Böhm, T. Gyatso, T. Jennewein, R. Kaltenbaek, M. Lindenthal, G. Molina Terriza,
    A. Poppe, K. Resch, M. Taraba, R. Ursin, P. Walther, and A. Zeilinger, “Long-distance free-Space
    distribution of quantum entanglement,” Science 301, 621 (2003).
    3. I. Marcikic, H. de Riedmatten,W. Tittel, H. Zbinden, M. Legre, and N. Gisin, “Distribution of time-bin
    entangled qubits over 50 km of optical fiber,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 93, 180502 (2004).
    4. D. C. Burnham, D. L. Weinberg, “Observation of simultaneity in parametric production of optical photon
    pairs,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 25, 84 (1970).
    5. S. Friberg, C. K. Hong, and L. Mandel, “Measurement of time delays in the parametric production of
    photon pairs,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 54, 2011 (1985).
    6. S. Friberg and L. Mandel, “Production of squeezed states by combination of parametric down-conversion
    and harmonic generation,” Opt. Commun. 48, 439 (1984).
    7. P. G. Kwiat, E. Waks, A. G. White, I. Appelbaum, and P. H. Eberhard, “Ultrabright source of polarizationentangled
    photons,” Phys. Rev. A60, R773 (1999).
    8. C. Kurtsiefer, M. Oberparleiter, and H. Weinfurter, “High-efficiency entangled photon pair collection in
    type-II parametric fluorescence,” Phys. Rev. A 64, 023802 (2001)
    9. E. Brannen, F. R. Hunt, R. H. Adlington, R. W., Hicholls, “Application of nuclear coincidence methods to
    atomic transitions in the wavelength range 2000-6000A,” Nature 175, 810 (1955).
    10. A. Kuzmich, W. P. Bowen, A. D. Boozer, A. Boca, C. W. Chou, L.-M. Duan, and H.J. Kimble,
    “Generation of nonclassical photon pairs for scalable quantum communication with atomic ensembles,”
    Nature 423, 731 (2003).
    11. C. Santori, D. Fattal, J. Vu, G. S. Solomon, Y. Yamamoto, “Indistinguishable photons from a single-photon
    device,” Nature 419, 594 (2002).
    12. S. Tanzilli, F. D. Riedmatten, W. Tittle, H. Zbinden, P. Baldi, M. D., Micheli, D. B. Ostrowsky, N. Gisin,
    “Highly efficient photon-pair source using periodically poled lithium niobate waveguide,” Electron. Lett.
    37, 26 (2001).
    13. S. J. Mason, M. A. Albota, F. Konig, and F. N. C. Wong, “Efficient generation of tunable photon pairs at
    0.8 and 1.6 m,” Opt. Lett. 27, 2115 (2002).
    14. F. Konig, E. J. Mason, F. N. C. Wong, and M. A. Albota, “Efficient spectrally bright source of polarizationentangled
    photons,” Phys. Rev. A 71, 033805 (2005).
    15. T. A. Birks, J. C. Knight, and P. St. J. Russell, “Endlessly single-mode photonic crystal fibers,” Opt. Lett.
    22, 961 (1997).
    16. M. Fiorentino, P. L. Voss, J. E. Sharping, and P. Kumar, “All-fiber photon-pair source for quantum
    communication,” IEEE Photonics Tech. Lett. 14, 983 (2002).
    #7815 - $15.00 US Received 14 June 2005; revised 15 July 2005
    Ref:Generation of cross-polarized photon pairs in a
    microstructure fiber with frequency-conjugate
    laser pump pulses
    J. Fan and A. Migdall
    Optical Technology Division
    National Institute of Standards and Technology
    100 Bureau Drive, Mail Stop 8441, Gaithersburg. MD 20899-8441
    Jfan@nist.gov

    TAG# A Cross polarized oscillation in solar magnetic field calls for genetic catastrophe of air-water affined genes on the palm print of W.T.Stead-reg [Incident: 100802-000279 news@nature.com"
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    Solar rays could be converged to produce cross polarized Bossonova resonance between Air affined and water affined middle frequency resonance as Monster twisters in ferromagnetic cloud chambers for tapping energy –Electricity
    Solar rays could be converged to produce cross polarized Bossonova resonance between Air affined and water affined middle frequency resonance as Monster twisters in ferromagnetic cloud chambers for tapping energy –Electricity:
    “crossover physics”, which reflects the anomalously short coherence length. Both schools are currentlyvery interested in explaining the origin of the mysterious pseudogap phase. In this Review we have presenteda case for its origin in crossover physics. The pseudogap in the normal state can be associated withmeta-stable pairs of fermions; a (pseudogap) energy must be supplied to break these pairs apart into theirseparate components. The pseudogap also persists below Tc in the sense that there are noncondensed fermion pair excitations of the condensate. These concepts have a natural analogue in self consistent theories of superconducting fluctuations, but for the crossover problem the width of the “critical region” is extremely large. This reflects the much stronger-than-BCS attractive interaction. It was not our intent to shortchange the role of Mott physics which will obviously be of importance in our ultimate understanding of the superconducting cuprates. There is, however, much in this regard which is still uncertain associated with establishing the simultaneous relevance and existence of spin-charge
    separation (Anderson, 1997), stripes (Kivelson et al., 2003), and hidden order parameters (Chak
    et al., 2001). What we do have in hand, though, is a very clear experimental picture of an extremely unusual superconductor in which superconductivity seems to evolve gradually from above Tc to below.We have in this Review tried to emphasize the common ground between high Tc superconductors and ultracold superfluids.
    These Mott issues may nevertheless, set the agenda for future cold atom studies of
    fermions in optical lattices (Hofstetter et al., 2002).The recent discovery of superfluidity in cold fermion gases opens the door to a new set of fascinating problems in condensed matter physics. Unlike the bosonic system, there is no ready-made counterpart of Gross Pitaevskii theory. A new mean field theory which goes beyond BCS and encompasses BEC in some form or another will have to be developed in concert with experiment.
    An interesting Cross Polarized Bossoneva Twisters(CPBT) convergence in laser cooling dynamics that oscillate between air affined surface polaritons forming cross polarized as they oscillate along middle frequencies in fferro magnetic vaporized cloud chambers of MOT requires further research in NIST,and Jila ,MIT University.
    Astro physics related information in solar magnetic field shifting of half spins fermions to full spin Boson shift is possible of solar ray emissions .Infact quasinatured full spin boson converted as half spin fermions on Taurus mageneto optic quantum sector is observed.(refer graphical codes of half circle over full circle)
    The Boson natured Bossonnova retrograde resonance between Gemini and cancer call for similat crocc polarized Bossonova resonance at polariton cross overs requires an investigation.
    Conclusion: Ferromagnetic vaporized injection in solar rays could be utilized in laser colling bosennova resonance polariton cross over dynamics to produce Monster Twisers that could drive Turbine blades to produce electricity in generators or directly as jet propulsion systems.
    Sankara Velayudhan Nandakumar of Energy renovation coordinator along with Hon. Sir J.Pendry F.R.S of imperial college uk special officer on combustion nano technology along with Dr.GANESAN ,IIT professor ,combustion dept Cape Institute of Technology,Nagercoil formerly with ,KNSK Engineering college ,Nagercoil as research scholar,Anna University with Hubble space research committee of Hon.Roger Davies,Hon.Collin Webbs FRS of Laser dn of Oxford uk,Hon.Marteen Rees ,Emeritus Professor of cosmology Cambridge ,former president of Royal society London
    List of references:
    Bossonova resoannce reserch works carried out at NIST and JILA
    1. C. Kurtsiefer, P. Aarda, M. Halder, H. Weinfurter, P. M. Gorman, P. R. Tapster, “Quantum cryptography:
    A step towards global key distribution,” Nature 419, 450 (2002).
    2. M. Aspelmeyer, H. R. Böhm, T. Gyatso, T. Jennewein, R. Kaltenbaek, M. Lindenthal, G. Molina Terriza,
    A. Poppe, K. Resch, M. Taraba, R. Ursin, P. Walther, and A. Zeilinger, “Long-distance free-Space
    distribution of quantum entanglement,” Science 301, 621 (2003).
    3. I. Marcikic, H. de Riedmatten,W. Tittel, H. Zbinden, M. Legre, and N. Gisin, “Distribution of time-bin
    entangled qubits over 50 km of optical fiber,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 93, 180502 (2004).
    4. D. C. Burnham, D. L. Weinberg, “Observation of simultaneity in parametric production of optical photon
    pairs,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 25, 84 (1970).
    5. S. Friberg, C. K. Hong, and L. Mandel, “Measurement of time delays in the parametric production of
    photon pairs,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 54, 2011 (1985).
    6. S. Friberg and L. Mandel, “Production of squeezed states by combination of parametric down-conversion
    and harmonic generation,” Opt. Commun. 48, 439 (1984).
    7. P. G. Kwiat, E. Waks, A. G. White, I. Appelbaum, and P. H. Eberhard, “Ultrabright source of polarizationentangled
    photons,” Phys. Rev. A60, R773 (1999).
    8. C. Kurtsiefer, M. Oberparleiter, and H. Weinfurter, “High-efficiency entangled photon pair collection in
    type-II parametric fluorescence,” Phys. Rev. A 64, 023802 (2001)
    9. E. Brannen, F. R. Hunt, R. H. Adlington, R. W., Hicholls, “Application of nuclear coincidence methods to
    atomic transitions in the wavelength range 2000-6000A,” Nature 175, 810 (1955).
    10. A. Kuzmich, W. P. Bowen, A. D. Boozer, A. Boca, C. W. Chou, L.-M. Duan, and H.J. Kimble,
    “Generation of nonclassical photon pairs for scalable quantum communication with atomic ensembles,”
    Nature 423, 731 (2003).
    11. C. Santori, D. Fattal, J. Vu, G. S. Solomon, Y. Yamamoto, “Indistinguishable photons from a single-photon
    device,” Nature 419, 594 (2002).
    12. S. Tanzilli, F. D. Riedmatten, W. Tittle, H. Zbinden, P. Baldi, M. D., Micheli, D. B. Ostrowsky, N. Gisin,
    “Highly efficient photon-pair source using periodically poled lithium niobate waveguide,” Electron. Lett.
    37, 26 (2001).
    13. S. J. Mason, M. A. Albota, F. Konig, and F. N. C. Wong, “Efficient generation of tunable photon pairs at
    0.8 and 1.6 m,” Opt. Lett. 27, 2115 (2002).
    14. F. Konig, E. J. Mason, F. N. C. Wong, and M. A. Albota, “Efficient spectrally bright source of polarizationentangled
    photons,” Phys. Rev. A 71, 033805 (2005).
    15. T. A. Birks, J. C. Knight, and P. St. J. Russell, “Endlessly single-mode photonic crystal fibers,” Opt. Lett.
    22, 961 (1997).
    16. M. Fiorentino, P. L. Voss, J. E. Sharping, and P. Kumar, “All-fiber photon-pair source for quantum
    communication,” IEEE Photonics Tech. Lett. 14, 983 (2002).
    #7815 - $15.00 US Received 14 June 2005; revised 15 July 2005
    Ref:Generation of cross-polarized photon pairs in a
    microstructure fiber with frequency-conjugate
    laser pump pulses
    J. Fan and A. Migdall
    Optical Technology Division
    National Institute of Standards and Technology
    100 Bureau Drive, Mail Stop 8441, Gaithersburg. MD 20899-8441
    Jfan@nist.gov

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    "The truth is human beings are in control of their own destiny and being in control of our own destiny "is what makes human being unique as the dominant species. Is that evolution, well it looks that way, we are more than DNA nowadays and no end of wanting to have it as it was is going to change that and failing by their genetic inheritance as a typical example of Dr.Meyer ,the chicago poisoner with twisted brain line:
    Clubbed thumb with twisted brainline shows abnormal aggressiveness requiring investigation -reg
    Dr.Meyer from Chicago was caught for poisoning his patient and in his case the brain line was twisted from its usual place by cutting through the heart line. Some reporters representing Newyork world called and tested the power of Cheiro by having him read imprints of hand without him knowing the names and positions of any of the people.
    Cheiro had described the character and careers of dozens of these test cases ,when an impression of a strange looking pair of hands were put before him.Cheiro was struck by the fact that the brain line on the left was normal while the on the right were abnormal twisted out of its place.
    Cheiro said by summing up this impression of brain line that this man would have got the change in his tendency under the continual urge to acquire wealth at any cost ,a criminal tendency until he was finally prepared even to commit murder.The oxford astrogeneticist are of the opinion that more agresiveness could be found on a man with clubbed thumb which brain line twisted from its normal place. If the Venus mount is more aggressive a biometric study will reveal the crime may be due to aggressive sex demand especially on plam print without a heartline at all.
    Clubbed thumb shows increased aggressive behavior (Becker et al 1999), again suggesting a neuro developmental link between hippocampal abnormalities and aggression Normal hippocampal functioning is critical for the retrieval of emotional memories and contextual fear conditioning requiring investigation in clubbed thumb. In contrast, successful psychopaths who lack hippocampal impairments may have relatively normal contextual fear conditioning, making them more sensitive to cues predicting capture. Similarly, LeDoux (1996) has suggested that uncoupling of the hippocampus from the amygdale could result in the expression of emotions that are inappropriate to the social context and also in poor insight into emotional states, a perspective consistent with clinical features of caught psychopaths. Interestingly, a PET study of humans indicates that unpleasant emotions activate the left but not right hippocampus (Lane et al 1997), a finding conceptually consistent with the notion that unsuccessful psychopaths have relatively reduced left hippocampal structure and also reduced autonomic reactivity to a social emotional stressor (Ishikawa et al 2001).
    The anterior hippocampal asymmetries may be associated with unsuccessful psychopathy by signaling disruption to frontal-subcortical neural circuitry. In humans, the orbitofrontal cortex likely exerts control over the anterior hippocampus through entorhinal-hippocampal projections (Pansky et al 1988; Stuss and Benson 1986), whereas afferent connections have been mapped between the subiculum and ventral, dorsolateral, and rostral regions of the prefrontal cortex in cats (Scannell et al 1995).
    Animal research has also found that lesions to the septal-hippocampal-frontal system result in behavioral disinhibition and a hypersensitivity to immediate reward (Gorenstein and Newman 1980). Disruption to circuits involving the prefrontal cortex and hippocampus have been implicated in both disrupted emotion regulation and antisocial–aggressive behavior (Davidson 2000; Davidson et al 2000; Hoptman et al 2002; Raine 2002; Raine et al 2000), whereas frontal and executive function deficits are frequently identified in institutionalized psychopathic and antisocial individuals (Moffitt 1993b; Raine et al 1998). Prior research with the present sample has found that unsuccessful psychopaths demonstrate executive dysfunction compared with successful psychopaths (Ishikawa et al 2001), and hippocampal abnormalities may be most likely to predispose to aggressive, inappropriate, and psychopathic behavior when combined with prefrontal impairments that decrease behavioral inhibition. Disruption to prefrontal-hippocampal circuitry could therefore result in impulsive, disinhibited, unregulated, and reward-driven antisocial behavior that is more prone to legal detection in the unsuccessful psychopath, but further workis needed to verify such prefrontal involvement in unsuccessful psychopaths.
    Sankara Velayudhan Nandakumar,astrogeneticist along with Dr.James E. Rothman, Ph.D., the Fergus F. Wallace Professor of Biomedical Sciences and chair of the medical school’s Department of Cell Biology, Hon. Sir J.Pendry F.R.S of imperial college uk special officer on combustion nano technology along with Dr.GANESAN ,IIT professor ,combustion dept Cape Institute of Technology,Nagercoil formerly with ,KNSK Engineering college ,Nagercoil as research scholar,Anna University with Hubble space research committee of Hon.Roger Davies,Hon.Collin Webbs FRS of Laser dn of Oxford uk,Hon.Marteen Rees ,Emeritus Professor of cosmology Cambridge ,former president of Royal society, London.
    Sankara Velayudhan Nandakumar member PNAS ,American ,JILA,NIST Group member on behalf of Cape Institute of technology Energy system dept Loyola college of Engineering and technology ,Member American committee for the Weizman institute of science ,Energy renovation committee cape Institute of Technology,Nagercoil ,former Guest lecturer ,KNSK Enginering college ,Anna University have surprisingly found out genetic mirror
    1) Clubbed thumb with twisted brainline shows abnormal aggressiveness requiring investigation -reg [Incident: 100825-000078 news@nature.com"

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    Genetic reversal resonance observed as the sun moves through Sagittarius-Capricorn
    Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree ,producer of remarkable plays at His Majesty’s Theatre ,London had an extraordinary magnetic personality .He liked anything out of ordinary and that reason perhaps ,often came to consult Cheiro the palmist and gave him impression of his hands. He never cared what he spent on his production. Towards the last years of his life he had lost nearly all the money he had gained, and died comparatively as a poor man. This often is inclined to happen to person born on Dec 8,17,26.

    Astrogenetic swing between the between the negative dampness of +jw frequency of second quadrant and that of positive dampness of-jw along the fourth quadrant as the solar magnetic field that resonant by emission brings the middle frequency forwarded from middle frequency leading to genetic fortune reversal is observed by the Astro genetic research group of Oxford Astrogenetic team. The root locus resonance graph from second quadrant droop for zero goes to the first quadrant and suddenly droops towards the fourth quadrant along Saturn emission mix-up.
    With polarization oriented at 45o with respect to axes x and y, the Stokes (anti-Stokes) pulse is split into two pulses with equal power in MF2 polarized along axes x and y,respectively, resulting in a four-pulse co-propagation configuration in MF2. The electric fieldof the four-pulse is, Es(t,z)=Esx(t,z)x+Esy(t,z)y, (1a)
    Eas(t,z)=Easx(t,z)x+Easy(t,z)y . (1b)For this short fiber, group velocity dispersion (GVD) is negligible [17]. Pulses polarizedalong axis x walk off from pulses polarized along axis y in MF2 due to PMD. By adjusting therelative delay of the anti-Stokes pulse with respect to the Stokes pulse in MF2, we canarrange to overlap either Esx(t,z)x with Easy(t,z)y or Esy(t,z)x with Easx(t,z)y. These delay configurations acted as genetic timer in case of W.T.Stead ,journalist of Review of Reviewers..
    At delay t1, overlap only occurs between Easx and Esy. In this case we launch the anti-Stokes pulse ahead of the Stokes pulse into MF2. Cross-polarized photon pairs in the state|x>|y> are generated by FWM at the middle frequency. This is similar to a collinear degenerate type-II PDC process
    (2) At delay t 3, overlap only occurs between Easy and Esx, generating cross-polarized photon pairs in the state |x>|y> at the middle frequency through FWM. In this case, we launch the Stokes pulse ahead of the anti-Stokes pulse into MF2.(3) At a delay t2 between t1 and t3, both Stokes and anti-Stokes pulses enter MF2 at the same time. Before the PMD walk-off, FWM can occur in both parallel- and cross-polarization schemes. For FWM with parallel-polarized pump pulses, Easx overlaps with Esx to generate photon pairs in the polarization state | x>|x> along axis x, Easy overlaps with Esy to generate photon pairs in the polarization state |y>|y> along axis y. These two processes are coherent forming a superposed state.

    Biomedical engineering by chemical bonding reversal could be made using femto laing or stem cell injections may be possible. The resonance blending of that swings towards a cross polarised resonance as the reversal of fate on humanbeings requires further investigations. Telomerase is a ribonucleoprotein (RNP) complex that replenishes telomere loss due to incomplete DNA replication in almost all eukaryotes. A loss of telomerase activity leads to an attrition of telomeric DNA which, in turn, is known to trigger end-to-end chromosome fusions, genomic instability, and cell arrest or death (31). Telomerase expression is thus critical to the prolonged viability of several human cell types and in the majority of human cancers (3). Elucidating the molecular machinery that regulates telomerase activity and its ability to maintain telomere length is critical to an understanding of malignant transformation.
    Telomerase contains two core components, telomerase reverse transcriptase (TERT) and telomerase RNA, the latter serving as an integral template for the de novo synthesis of telomeric DNA. Both TERT and telomerase RNA are required for the reconstitution of telomerase activity in vitro Telomeres are the base pairs located at the end of our chromosomes that hold the DNA molecule together. With the exception of germ cells (sperm and eggs) and cancer cells, each time a human cell divides the telomeres become a little bit shorter. This is why, no matter how optimum a cell’s environment is, after a certain number of cell divisions, the telomeres become too short, gene expression changes, down-regulating cell repair and maintenance, and the cells age. The progeric disease Hutchinson-Gilford syndrome is caused by having telomeres that are too short at birth, so it doesn’t take too many divisions before the cells begin to show early aging.
    We suspect that the telomeres could have a protective role; symmetry has been broken by middle frequency reversal towards negative frequency oscillation. The shortening lengthening role as repeated resonances must have a meaning on cancer growth due to water affined dynamics. It was earlier predicted by the same group that lunar rays must have sharing over cancer growth with reference to their information to news@nature.com
    The solar magnetic field that resonate along due to quadrapole attractive and opposing collisions involved by resonating collision distances connected with on the basis of quantum mechanics from parallel alignment to anti parallel quasi alignment at 45 degrees that oscillate between paramagnetism and ferromagnetism related impact Telomerese was discovered by biostimulation impact resonance that swings between positive and negative dampness jw frequency shifts simulating a negative resonance from middle frequency oscillation calls for genetic reversal in humanbeings..This may give further clue on may give a clue on opposing and attractive quadrapole dynamics involved as 45 degree diagonal shifts involved.

    Genetic research on dark crystal lasing simulate strong muscular development observed for these people.
    Sankara Velayudhan Nandakumar,astrogeneticist along with Dr.James E. Rothman, Ph.D., the Fergus F. Wallace Professor of Biomedical Sciences and chair of the medical school’s Department of Cell Biology, Hon. Sir J.Pendry F.R.S of imperial college uk special officer on combustion nano technology along with Dr.GANESAN ,IIT professor ,combustion dept Cape Institute of Technology,Nagercoil formerly with ,KNSK Engineering college ,Nagercoil as research scholar,Anna University with Hubble space research committee of Hon.Roger Davies,Hon.Collin Webbs FRS of Laser dn of Oxford uk,Hon.Marteen Rees ,Emeritus Professor of cosmology Cambridge ,former president of Royal society, London.
    Sankara Velayudhan Nandakumar member PNAS ,American ,JILA,NIST Group member on behalf of Cape Institute of technology Energy system dept Loyola college of Engineering and technology ,Member American committee for the Weizman institute of science ,Energy renovation committee cape Institute of Technology,Nagercoil ,former Guest lecturer ,KNSK Enginering college ,Anna University have surprisingly found out genetic mirror

    1)#TAG# With polarization oriented at 45 degrees with respect to axes x and y, the Stokes (anti-Stokes) may shifted for anti laser-reg [Incident: 100802-000314 news@nature.com
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    6) Your call CNSHD793175 regarding Cross polarised astro genetic reversal -reg has been receivedOutreach@stsci.edu

    High intelligent human evolution in HD101180 will be a comparator study:
    In a sense the planets discovered around the Sun-like star HD 10180 are no surprise. We’ve long assumed that planetary systems with numerous planets were common. We lacked the evidence, it’s true, but that could be put down to the limitations of the commonly used radial velocity method, which favors massive worlds close to their stars. But we’re getting much better at radial velocity work and, using instruments like the HARPS spectrograph at the European Southern Observatory’s La Silla (Chile) telescope, we’re teasing out ever more exquisite signals from distant systems. More and more multiple-planet scenarios are in our future.
    Noting that high-precision radial velocity surveys are now able to detect planets down to roughly 1.9 Earth masses, the paper on the HD 10180 work frames the situation this way:
    Preliminary results from the HARPS survey are hinting at a large population of Neptune-like objects and super-Earths within ∼0.5 AU of solar-type stars (Lovis et al. 2009). Moreover, hundreds of small radius candidate planets have been announced by the Kepler Team (Borucki & the Kepler Team 2010). Clearly, the exploration of the low-mass planet population has now fully started, and will become the main focus of the field in the ... formation of life to use this as a comparator study on evolution of higher intelligent people than us or are they just primitive?ts
    "This remarkable discovery also highlights the fact that we are now entering a new era in exoplanet research: the study of complex planetary systems and not just of individual planets. Studies of planetary motions in the new system reveal complex gravitational interactions between the planets and give us insights into the long-term evolution of the system
    Thanks to the 190 individual HARPS measurements, the astronomers detected the tiny back and forth motions of the star caused by the complex gravitational attractions from five or more planets. The five strongest signals correspond to planets with Neptune-like masses -- between 13 and 25 Earth masses [1] -- which orbit the star with periods ranging from about 6 to 600 days. These planets are located between 0.06 and 1.4 times the Earth-Sun distance from their central star. One would be a Saturn-like planet (with a minimum mass of 65 Earth masses) orbiting in 2200 days. The other would be the least massive exoplanet ever discovered, with a mass of about 1.4 times that of the Earth. It is very close to its host star, at just 2 percent of the Earth-Sun distance. One "year" on this planet would last only 1.18 Earth-days .
    The newly discovered system of planets around HD 10180 is unique in several respects. First of all, with at least five Neptune-like planets lying within a distance equivalent to the orbit of Mars, this system is more populated than our Solar System in its inner region, and has many more massive planets there [2]. Furthermore, the system probably has no Jupiter-like gas giant. In addition, all the planets seem to have almost circular orbits Using the new discovery as well as data for other planetary systems, the astronomers found an equivalent of the Titius-Bode law that exists in our Solar System: the distances of the planets from their star seem to follow a regular pattern [3]. "This could be a signature of the formation process of these planetary systems Another important result found by the astronomers while studying these systems is that there is a relationship between the mass of a planetary system and the mass and chemical content of its host star. All very massive planetary systems are found around massive and metal-rich stars, while the four lowest-mass systems are found around lower-mass and metal-poor stars [4]. Such properties confirm current theoretical models.
    The Titius-Bode law states that the distances of the planets from the Sun follow a simple pattern. For the outer planets, each planet is predicted to be roughly twice as far away from the Sun as the previous object. The hypothesis correctly predicted the orbits of Ceres and Uranus, but failed as a predictor of Neptune's orbit .
    Oxford Astrogeneticists are interested in Evaluation of astro genetic phase conjugated GRP(genetic reference plane) and possibility of human life and other life in the solar system HD10180 with the sun away from 127 light years. if earth like planet is available. If there a possibility of higher evolution of humanbeings coded messages can be sent for confirming their existence. Intensive study of Sili Lossala Telescope using Haprse spectrograph may reveal further information in future. If there is a Moon and Mercury evolution of brain for a polarization and diffentiated from the Simian monkey line can be analyzed in those people in understanding evolution of an evolution along the plane of genetic hologram. European southern observatory scientists headed by Dr.Christopher may pursue future studies please.
    Now the question of evolution of higher intelligentia by the phase conjugated feedback system for higher evolution of the brain by the simulating radiowaves (or infra waves) has to be proved based on the Simian monkey blending for brain line-heart line polarization as per palm print genetic hologram has to be proved on this earthy intellengia in understanding the evolution of an evolution based on the requirement of Lunar and Mercury boundary simulations are yet to proved.
    Further the cross polarised oscillation the forward ,backward middle frequency oscillations along phase reversal dynamics also to be proved says Sankaravelayudhannandakumar of Oxford astrogenetics team.Subsequently the astrogenetics interference such the frequency interactive solr-lunar split-up of shadow domains Rahu and Kethu the retrograde nodes moving opposite spinning Stephen Hawking’s semiblackholes as time delaying resonating relative emissions also are to be evaluated.
    Of course there are Gantharvars with wings and holy people in invisible planes and we are unable to visualize them on digital photography yet.
    This will be a turning point in case of Oxford Astrogenetic team evaluating this subject for so many years(refer all our papers submitted to news@nature.com) for valuating Stephen Hawking’s semiblackholes in HD10180 as Time delaying Astrogenetic interference
    Of course there are Gantharvars with wings and holy people in invisible planes and we are unable to visualize them on digital photography yet. Possibility of higher intelligent psychic people who could do anything by having more mental power to control matter would have been evoluted under Neptune emissions. They may be having their power over matter.
    This will be a turning point in case of Oxford Astrogenetics team evaluating this subject for so many years(refer all our papers submitted to news@nature.com)
    Sankara Velayudhan Nandakumar,astrogeneticist ,Retired Chief Engineer,Thermal along with Dr.James E. Rothman, Ph.D., the Fergus F. Wallace Professor of Biomedical Sciences and chair of the medical school’s Department of Cell Biology, Hon. Sir J.Pendry F.R.S of imperial college uk special officer on combustion nano technology along with Dr.GANESAN ,IIT professor ,combustion dept Cape Institute of Technology,Nagercoil formerly with ,KNSK Engineering college ,Nagercoil as research scholar,Anna University with Hubble space research committee of Hon.Roger Davies,Hon.Collin Webbs FRS of Laser dn of Oxford uk,Hon.Marteen Rees ,Emeritus Professor of cosmology Cambridge ,former president of Royal society, London.
    Sankara Velayudhan Nandakumar member PNAS ,American ,JILA,NIST Group member on behalf of Cape Institute of technology Energy system dept Loyola college of Engineering and technology ,Member American committee for the Weizman institute of science ,Energy renovation committee cape Institute of Technology,Nagercoil ,former Guest lecturer ,KNSK Engineering college ,Anna University have surprisingly found out genetic mirror

    If there is more Neptune influence in HD10180,then thereis a possibility of higher mental inteligent effcient people who have got the power of influencing "Mind over matter" says Sankaravelayudhannandakumar ,oxford astro geneticist.If the Neptune influence is more then it acts on the physical body for strange powers over matter.Neptune with moon a duality resonance infuence the Psychic powers.It affects the people by strange dreams.It acts on the subconcious mind in awakened states.It affects the people by strange dreams ,visions,inspiration ,inspiration and experience of a psychic nature who could produce quantum teleportaion by their mental powers.They could produce any material from energy available in nature.ESP powered people are from Neptune influence only.
    Of course there are Gantharvars with wings and holy people in invisible planes and we are unable to visualize them on digital photography yet.
    This will be a turning point in case of Oxford Astrogenetic team evaluating this subject for so many years(refer all our papers submitted to news@nature.com) for valuating Stephen Hawking’s semiblackholes in HD10180 as Time delaying Astrogenetic interference
    Of course there are Gantharvars with wings and holy people in invisible planes and we are unable to visualize them on digital photography yet. Possibility of higher intelligent psychic people who could do anything by having more mental power to control matter would have been evoluted under Neptune emissions. They may be having their power over matter.
    This will be a turning point in case of Oxford Astrogenetics team evaluating this subject for so many years(refer all our papers submitted to news@nature.com
    Sankara Velayudhan Nandakumar,astrogeneticist ,Retired Chief Engineer,Thermal along with Dr.James E. Rothman, Ph.D., the Fergus F. Wallace Professor of Biomedical Sciences and chair of the medical school’s Department of Cell Biology, Hon. Sir J.Pendry F.R.S of imperial college uk special officer on combustion nano technology along with Dr.GANESAN ,IIT professor ,combustion dept Cape Institute of Technology,Nagercoil formerly with ,KNSK Engineering college ,Nagercoil as research scholar,Anna University with Hubble space research committee of Hon.Roger Davies,Hon.Collin Webbs FRS of Laser dn of Oxford uk,Hon.Marteen Rees ,Emeritus Professor of cosmology Cambridge ,former president of Royal society, London.
    Sankara Velayudhan Nandakumar member PNAS ,American ,JILA,NIST Group member on behalf of Cape Institute of technology Energy system dept Loyola college of Engineering and technology ,Member American committee for the Weizman institute of science ,Energy renovation committee cape Institute of Technology,Nagercoil ,former Guest lecturer ,KNSK Engineering college ,Anna University have surprisingly found out genetic mirror

    Both this biology critique and the original science itself contain glaring omissions relating to social evolution. I would posit that cultural advantages have drastically outweighed genetic advantages since before the agricultural revolution. The problem with eugenic thinking is that it presupposes we are all a bunch of Unibombers living in our separate cabins in the woods, not complex communities of people where certain bullies and some of the "nice guys" can "win", while bullies who go too far and nice guys who are too wimpy can "lose". It is this culture > genetics dynamic that is probably responsible for the human female's loss of a distinct estrus, showing an extreme example of how the social environment has actively selected human genetic traits.

    Citation:
    Time reversal phase conjugation is initiated in case of sea water more than pure water:
    A sound wave represents an adiabatic pressure change progressing periodically in space and time. In water, as a result of the density maximum at 4ºC, the simultaneously appearing temperature wave is very small in magnitude compared to the pressure wave. Thus, in the present case essentially we have to consider only the effect of the pressure change on the chemical equilibrium. A chemical equilibrium is always pressure-dependent whenever the reaction partners (in equilibrium with each other) differ in volume. When this is the case, a pressure change will induce a chemical excess reaction which takes place at a finite rate and leads to adaptation to the particular equilibrium state concerned. If the periodic pressure change takes place very rapidly in relation to the chemical reaction, the system will practically not "notice" these changes: the rapid positive and negative disturbances average out before the onset of
    any appreciable reaction.
    On the other hand, if the pressure change takes place very slowly compared to the chemical reaction, the system follows these changes with practically no lag. The sound then merely propagates at a slightly lower velocity, for the compressibility of the medium contains a contribution from the state of the chemical equilibrium (cf. Fig. 1b). Now, the interesting case is that in which the rate of re-establishment of equilibrium is comparable to the rate of the pressure change (i. e. when the time constant for the establishment of chemical equilibrium is of the same order of magnitude as the period of the acoustic wave). In this case the system tries to adapt continuously to the pressure change but does not quite succeed, so that it lags behind the pressure change by a finite phase difference. The chemical state is characterized by the concentrations of the reaction partners or the reaction variable. Because of the finite volume difference between the reaction partners in equilibrium, a volume increment characteristic of the chemical change follows the pressure change with a certain phase lag. In all fields of physics where there is this kind of phase difference between "conjugate" variables there is a transfer of energy (in this case a reduction in the amplitude of the sound waves).
    For a finite phase difference, the integral JPdVis different for the compression and dilatation periods. It was very quickly found that the absorption could not be caused solely by the interaction between the Mg2+ and SO4 2- ions and the water, for neither magnesium chloride nor sodium sulphate dissolved on their own produced comparable effects. On the other hand, neither could a simple inter-ionic interaction be the explanation, either in terms of the Debye- Hückel ion clouds, for which we would expect a broad continuum of absorption at high frequenciesII, or in terms of ionic association as described by Nernst12a or Bjerrum12b, which should give a single absorption maximum. In short, it appeared that there was an interaction between magnesium ions, sulphate ions, and water molecules in the form of a sequence of linked reactions.

    Through the glass with time reversible phase conjugation: Imagine a mirror that reflects more light than was incident, that reflects a beam into the same direction regardless of the mirror’s tilt, that eliminates image distortions by causing light rays to retrace their paths as if running backward in time, and that when looked at allows the observer to see absolutely nothing.
    Science fiction, you say? Well, such mirrors have been the subject of intense investigation both here at Los Alamos and at other research laboratories around the world. Not only do they exist, but their practical applications may be far-reaching .
    The mirrors we refer to are called phase conjugators, and they reflect light in a manner radically different from conventional mirrors. Consider a beam of light incident on a conventional mirror (Fig. la). The incoming rays can be characterized by a wave vector k pointing along the direction of propagation. When a ray is reflected by a conventional mirror only k the component of wave vector normal to the mirror surface, is inverted. Thus a light beam can be arbitrarily redirected by adjusting the orientation f the conventional mirror. In contrast, phase conjugator (Fig. lb) inverts all components of k and thus causes the wave vector to change sign, that is, to be reversed n direction. In this case, regardless of the orientation of the conjugator, the reflected eam exactly retraces the path of the incident beam. Surprising, perhaps, but there is more.
    In addition to propagation direction, a complete description of a light beam requires information concerning its intensity and phase. The spatial and temporal dependence In conclusion, optical phase conjugation is a rapidly expanding field that is radically altering the design of optical systems and their capabilities. Although not all of the proposed applications may prove to be more effective than other more conventional approaches,
    there is little doubt that some—and indeed many not yet even foreseen— will have a major impact on optical systems of the future. Much remains to be explored in this intriguing wonderland. ,

    Conclusion:A possibility of physical chemistry to biology and then to water affined genes inherited by the body thanks to my palm print observation in the case of W.T.Stead based on the timer reversalphase conjugated dynamics as well as on biomedical applications. This is with reference to time reversal holographic tracking an incident based on time –reversal mirror that can have substantial memory which may be one of old one. A possible reversible track camera will be in vented in future for criminal investigations. Using this information a delayed correction cloud is made in signals with reference to Raleigh and Brillion scattering requiring the tracking the scattered losses if any during any picture signaled compression losses.
    An important information on genetic plane that could be derived out of time reversal memory genes that back an information with reference to water affine genes inherited by W.T.Stead of Titanic ship who had cross at the end of travel line which acted as a timer tracking back a reversible genetic information for a forward future action in course of time.Immmeasurable fast reactions that could be arrived at.

    1) Citation :All the planetary boundary emissions forming a cluster of feedback system act along Equi-frequency surface forming a pointing vector to simulate the humangenes act as a timer along the reversible time [Incident: 110618-000034]news@nature.com
    2) Citation: Phase conjugation by reversible tracking mirror –a future photography along the plane of space signal holograms and Neuron memory acting as a timer deciding the fate of humanbeings: [Incident: 110617-000010] news@nature.com

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    2)Immeseasurable fast reactionsthat could be obtained with refrence to in crease in magnesium sulphate or magnesium chloride by Manfred Eigen for biomedical applications

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    Oxford Astro geneticist supporting Einstein geometry out of super string quantum dots:
    Oxford –Anna University-Hubble group astro geneticist S.Nandakumar on quantum dots super string theory of solar magnetic field in a different angle
    Sub:Einstein geometry of quantum dots confirming super string wave theory even in palm print:
    Solar magnetic field of the sun by resonating between cross and square quantum dots basically configured as triangle ,square ,circular ,ellipsoidal ,parabolic ,penta,hexagonal critically enhancing similar Einstein geometry with reference to palm print analysis of W.T.Stead who had a cross at the end of travel line where as Lady Doff Gordon who escaped from the water catastrophe during Titanic sinking ,promising the basics of super string theory out of quantum dots in understanding the water affined genes reflecting water catastrophe.
    Solar magnetic field of the sun during June-July due to sudden shift from dynamics to 69 polarisation in cancer contributing an interesting cusp oscillation that reflects on the human beings along the plane of hologram as observed typically on the palm print on the travel line of T cell ejections of vital line or life line. This further support helium-neon laser biostimulation on stem cells by crystal lasing in understanding cross and square resonating genetic oscillations of T cells, following the research works of Nobel Laureate Tonegava of MIT,usa.
    This ream members with great pleasure further support the basic research on helium-neon lasing using crystals in understanding cross and square genetic oscillation in such nobel prize fetching experiments in Nature.
    This may also give a clue on optic lattice valley for multi reflections to produce quantum dots of convergence and relative emissions in nano technology applications, with reference to electron tunneling.
    It is really a surprising note that the solar magnetic field as the sun enters cancer act as a crab advance and retreat reminding the genetic repetitive crab oscillations involved.
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    In October of 2011, scientists at the New York Stem Cell Foundation Laboratory announced that they had successfully created human embryos using cloning techniques like the ones used to make Dolly the cloned sheep back in 1996. Until this breakthrough, scientists had tried unsuccessfully to replicate Dolly's results among humans. Now that the task has finally been achieved, it appears that human cloning may not be far off.
    But what will happen to the genetic inheritance?Will they carry the same genetic defect based based on planeatary boundary emissions with reference to genetic hologram inherited by the cloned genes?Can you check up the water affine genes during the month of June-July born cloning.Can you evaluate the palm print ?