Friday, February 19, 2010

Smallest Motor Evidence of Intelligent Design



"I remember the first time I looked in a biochemistry textbook and I saw a drawing of something called a bacterial flagellum with all of its parts in all of its glory. It had a propeller and a hook region and the drive shaft and the motor and so on. I looked at that and I said that's an outboard motor. That's designed. That's no chance assemblage of parts." -- Michael J. Behe, biochemist, 2002

"In evolutionary terms, you have to explain how you can build this system gradually when there is no function until you have all those parts in place." -- Scott Minnich, molecular biologist, 2002

"In fact, what we have here is irreducible complexity all the way down." -- Jonathan C. Wells, molecular biologist, 2002

Science Daily: Life's Smallest Motor, Cargo Carrier of the Cells, Moves Like a Seesaw.

ScienceDaily (Feb. 19, 2010) — Life's smallest motor -- a protein that shuttles cargo within cells and helps cells divide -- does so by rocking up and down like a seesaw, according to research conducted by scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Brandeis University.

The researchers created high-resolution snapshots of a protein motor, called kinesin, as it walked along a microtubule, which are tube-shaped structures that form a cell's "skeleton." The result is the closest look yet at the structural changes kinesin proteins undergo as they ferry molecules within cells.

5 comments:

Jeffery Keown said...

I didn't see anything in the referenced article that suggested kinesin was designed.

This shows that any design inference is being made by you, Oils. Can you point to any prior evidence of a system like this arising by artificial means? I do not mean a see-saw motor-like device on our scale, but a nano-scale motor?

You have nothing to base this inference on but your silly aliens-are-gods faith that you espouse.

Then again... planets are gods in your religion, too, aren't they?

KV said...

OIM,

First, you would be better off studying Kamasutra, instead of jerking off like this post.

This simulation is atleast 3+ years old, and has been available on the net for that long.

Is it not surprising that your beamfucked brain only recently was able to know about this beautiful work - of man, for man; and it is absolutely not for the purveyor of morbid ignorance like you.

I bet you could not understand even a diddly of this work. If you did, you would have given up your foolish pursuits.

More I think about it, you are so stupid that you should have been sacrificed long ago, as a child into a fire of Tophet.

Quantum_Flux said...

It's been said that a computer in off mode will sooner pass the God Test than a computer in on mode will pass the turing test.

KV said...

I remember the first time I looked in a biochemistry textbook and I saw a drawing of something called a bacterial flagellum with all of its parts in all of its glory. It had a propeller and a hook region and the drive shaft and the motor and so on. I looked at that and I said that is evolution. I wonder how many different means and methods were there before this combination of choices won out over others."

kom said...

Hello.

I wish you luck to find the Truth.

Let me show one thing. I hope you will enjoy some facts about the unknown history of the time.

First fact:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Pedro_Reinel_1485.png

That map was made in 1484 by the portuguese cartograph Pedro Reinel (check wikipedia, please) and has been said that represents Africa.

Second fact:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portuguese_discoveries#Tordesillas_division_of_the_world_.281492.29

Portugal made the pact with Spanish to control the world in... 1494.

Third fact:

Cabral, portuguese navegator, finds Brasil in... 1500.

After the Tordesilhas Pact, 1494, Portugal finds Brasilian coast, in 1500.

Fourth fact:

http://gulfofmexicomap.com/images/gulfmap.jpg

This is the current map of Mexico Gulf.



Ok. These are facts. Are these facts really true?

Ok. I want you to do an strange experience.

Go to the link of first map and download to your computer. Use your image editor and rotate the map to the left 90 dgerees (or rotate to the right 270 degrees). Then compare the old mabo with the actual map of Gulf of Mexico.

Looks bizarre? Not really. It was the way to protect the portuguese interests in those times. A tricky to hide the real subject of the map if some spy or traitor delivers to spanish, napolitans, venetians, or other portuguese competitors.

After understanding how the portuguese hided their finds and routes you will understand how Portugal and Spain share th world in the Tordesillas Pact. Just read about that strange pact.

If you research more maybe you will find that Columbus was married with a portuguese girl with pedigree. Special portuguese pedigree indeed. Can you find what pedigree was that? And what means? Please research.

Now these are little secrets. The history that you read in normal books are fairy tales.

Did you know that in 711 (when islan settles in Iberian Peninsula) portuguese ancestors were ceiling to current Canada, for fishing?

Did you know that portuguese ancestors were people from the same origin of some vikings? And the Vikings were ceiling to Canada as the ancestors of portuguese did before three centurys?

Enjoy some strange facts. These are little facts reserved to just a few who deserves to understand the reality not fairy tales in conventional books.

Best regards.