Saturday, May 28, 2022
Mitochondrial Health

Protein Import Points to a Creator and Protein Jostling | Stars, Cells, and God ep5



Join Fazale Rana and Jeff Zweerink as they discuss new discoveries taking place at the frontiers of science that have theological and philosophical implications, as well as new discoveries that point to the reality of God’s existence.

References:
Protein import points to a Creator:
For podcast:
Global Kinome Profiling Reveals DYRK1A as Critical Activator of the Human Mitochondrial Import Machinery

For YouTube:
“Global Kinome Profiling Reveals DYRK1A as Critical Activator of the Human Mitochondrial Import Machinery” by Corvin Walter et. al (article)

Protein jostling:
For Podcast:
Continuous Jostling Helps Protein Perform

For YouTube:
“Continuous Jostling Helps Protein Perform” by Phillip Ball (article)

Book reference description for podcast and YouTube:
The Cell’s Design https://support.reasons.org/purchase/the-cells-design by Fazale Rana (book)

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5 thoughts on “Protein Import Points to a Creator and Protein Jostling | Stars, Cells, and God ep5
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  2. It’s entirely possible that it wasn’t God who created our life. It very could have been a Life Carrier, about 550,000,000 years ago, according to a new revelation: The Urantia Book.
    Admittedly they created it so as to provide the Divine Father with lots more children of God.

  3. Really lengthy but necessarily so in order to effectively present this new discovery in the proper relation to other essential components of cells. ALSO the casually mentioned observation of Dr. Z. of the huge difference in difficulty between design of a static structure vs that of a dynamic system is very important but much neglected.

  4. If you really didn't want to disparage anybody then "… those with an evolutionary perspective often times speak out of both sides of their mouth" should really be "… people with biases can oflen times speak out of both sides of their mouth." It's the clinging to a particular perspective and using it as a filter that is the problem. It's the clinging and the resultant confirmation bias that is the real issue. Any perspective will do.

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