Firstly it’s Roob’s birthday coming up on 25th May. Get it right this time ! Happy Birthday 🙂 .
And Altered Images fits very nicely with the subject matter of the article.
‘I sometimes get this strange and uncontrollable urge to want to go home.’
And ‘Just Your Imagination’ and ‘It’s An Illusion’.
Maybe Top Boffins talk crap.
If you ever get the feeling you’ve been here before.
Round and round on the carousel of Time. Living in the Past which fits with current articles. I thought Merovee had left ‘Conspiracy’ behind but back again.
It’s Old Stuff.
In The Cells.
Cellular Memory and the past memory. Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they aren’t after you.
‘The cells in our body divide constantly throughout life. But how do cells remember whether to develop into a skin, liver or intestinal cell? It’s a question that has puzzled scientists for many years. Now, scientists from the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences and the Faculty of Sciences at the University of Copenhagen have come a little closer to understanding this process.
They have developed a technique that gives new insight into the so-called epigenetic cellular memory. With the new technique, called SCAR-seq, the researchers have been able to address how epigenetic information stored in histone proteins is transmitted when DNA is copied and cells divide. The new study has just been published in the scientific journal Science.
“We have developed a new tool to look at the transmission of protein-based information in general and how it contributes to epigenetic memory of mammalian cells. For the first time, we can see which proteins are on the two new DNA strands that are formed when DNA is copied during cell division. Thus, we can now investigate how protein-based information is inherited and propagated to daughter cells.”
“This is the first time we have direct evidence that a specific protein is linking the transmission of epigenetic information on histones with the replication of genetic information in DNA. We knew that histone-based information had to be transmitted to both new DNA strands in one way or another, but we did not know how,” says Anja Groth, professor at the Biotech Research & Innovation Center, University of Copenhagen, and co-author of the study.’
It’s Ironic. And I have a lot of sympathy for the poor mice !
From Ncbi.gov :
‘Iron deficiency (ID) is the most common nutrient deficiency, affecting 2 billion people and 30% of pregnant women and their offspring. Early life ID affects at least 3 major neurobehavioral domains, including speed of processing, affect, and learning and memory, the latter being particularly prominent. The learning and memory deficits occur while the infants are iron deficient and persist despite iron repletion. The neural mechanisms underlying the short- and long-term deficits are being elucidated. Early ID alters the transcriptome, metabolome, structure, intracellular signaling pathways, and electrophysiology of the developing hippocampus, the brain region responsible for recognition learning and memory. Until recently, it was unclear whether these effects are directly due to a lack of iron interacting with important transcriptional, translational, or post-translational processes or to indirect effects such as hypoxia due to anemia or stress. Nonanemic genetic mouse models generated by conditionally altering expression of iron transport proteins specifically in hippocampal neurons in late gestation have led to a greater understanding of iron’s role in learning and memory. The learning deficits in adulthood likely result from interactions between direct and indirect effects that contribute to abnormal hippocampal structure and plasticity.’
Memory is the past made present.
And Screen Memory and replacement and quantum memories – Wiki :
‘In discussing multidirectional memory, it is important to highlight that screen memory is also a kind of multidirectional memory, even though screen memory operates more on the personal level while multidirectional memory is primarily collective. Screen memory is “covering up a traumatic event-another traumatic event-that cannot be approached directly”.
Screen memory gains its significance from the presence of other memories and not necessarily as a stand-alone memory. With screen memory, there is more than one memory operating at the same time, except one is displaced by another, so we may not realise the presence of multiple memories. This points to its multidirectionality. The memory being used as a replacement is usually one that is easier to confront. This however does not result in the total silencing of the other memory(ies), which would suggest competition between or among memories.’
And the Miss Terry lady.
Personally a lot of Miss Terrees have surfaced and some very interesting things are being said. And a lot of what is being said is difficult to take on board but I suspect is reality.
Getting back on the right track.
It’s a Miss Story.