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Oh yeah ... an overlay map with the states and provinces would be awesome!
No reaction to the error? It's obvious looking back and forth between the maps.
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Oh yeah ... an overlay map with the states and provinces would be awesome!

Seems that ICR has one.  Too bad it is a lie.

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Oh yeah ... an overlay map with the states and provinces would be awesome!
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I agree. I doubt Trump is personally guilty; the Russians know he's an egomaniacal blabbermouth attention whore. They're too smart to work with him directly. But a lot of highly placed people around him are toast.
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This is Morris's map of basal Cambrian sandstone. The question to ask is ... "is there actual basal Cambrian sandstone in the locations indicated by the map?"
Pulling forward bc the page rolled over.
I see one problem. The area to the Northwest of Hudson's Bay, not including the offshore islands, is the Canadian Shield. No sandstone. But a little of Morris's map up there is definitely on the Canadian Shield.

https://www.britannica.com/place/Canadian-Shield

Maybe I'll knock off an overlay map tomorrow.

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For reference:
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0303264712000597?via%3Dihub
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Establishment of shape during embryonic development, and the maintenance of shape against injury or tumorigenesis, requires constant coordination of cell behaviors toward the patterning needs of the host organism. Molecular cell biology and genetics have made great strides in understanding the mechanisms that regulate cell function. However, generalized rational control of shape is still largely beyond our current capabilities. Significant instructive signals function at long range to provide positional information and other cues to regulate organism-wide systems properties like anatomical polarity and size control. Is complex morphogenesis best understood as the emergent property of local cell interactions, or as the outcome of a computational process that is guided by a physically encoded map or template of the final goal state? Here I review recent data and molecular mechanisms relevant to morphogenetic fields: large-scale systems of physical properties that have been proposed to store patterning information during embryogenesis, regenerative repair, and cancer suppression that ultimately controls anatomy. Placing special emphasis on the role of endogenous bioelectric signals as an important component of the morphogenetic field, I speculate on novel approaches for the computational modeling and control of these fields with applications to synthetic biology, regenerative medicine, and evolutionary developmental biology.


It should be clear by now that I am suggesting that it is a process that is guided by a physically encoded [endogenous] map or template of the final goal state.
This guidance causes the map or template to emerge by guiding local cell interactions.
AND guidance by means of endogenous bioelectric signals
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Placing special emphasis on the role of endogenous bioelectric signals as an important component of the morphogenetic field
It would be great if there were a video of the morphogenetic field in action guided by a physically encoded [endogenous] map or template of the final goal state.
Doesn't endogenous mean from within?  And wouldn't 'from the quantum vacuum' mean from without?  So how does 'from without' support 'from within'?

And no, interpenetrating is not excepted.  It still means from without.  It seems that that 'endogenous bioelectric signal' is not related to the quantum vacuum.

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This is Morris's map of basal Cambrian sandstone. The question to ask is ... "is there actual basal Cambrian sandstone in the locations indicated by the map?"
Pulling forward bc the page rolled over.


California was part of North America at this time?  Florida was part of North America at this time?  Hudson's Bay was filled with water and Greenland was separate from Canada?  Could you cite a verse from the Bible that states these facts? 

No?  Thought not.  So sad.

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Guys.

Chill.

Morris made a map.  He claims it represents Basal Cambrian Sandstone in N. America. 

I have no reason to doubt him ... do you?

Yes. He failed to list his sources and he's been caught in many lies.

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I will keep slogging through the extremely hodge podge literature to try to verify it though. 

If his map is fairly accurate ... and if the thickness is indeed 100 feet to 2000 ft or even 3000 feet ... and it's all pretty much continuous ... then that is extremely interesting ...
Ah, now it's not continuous, it's "pretty much" continuous. In your scientific lexicon, how do you define "pretty much".

And if it is there, it's mildly interesting and fully compatible with the mainstream scenario. I.e. Not evidence for Das Fludde.

BTW, what laid down the Precambrian layers?