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  • Excerpt: Republicans are playing defense in this year’s race for the Senate, but Democrats likely have a tough fight ahead in their bid to take control of the chamber. Two dozen GOP-held seats are up for a vote this year, including in a handful of states where President TrumpDonald John TrumpPence: Intelligence shows Iran directing militias not to attack U.S. targets Mnuchin aims to wait until end of 2020 to disclose Secret Service costs for Trump’s travel: report Pressure building on Pelosi over articles of impeachment MORE’s approval rating is underwater. Democrats need to pick up four seats in… News Link News Link Sourced by WireWatch.News
  • Excerpt: Tuesday, Montgomery Circuit Judge Greg Griffin scheduled a hearing for January 30 in the lawsuit over just who is the real chair of the Alabama Democratic Party. In 2018 Nancy Worley was re-elected as Chair of the Alabama Democratic Party. That election was invalidated by the Democratic National Committee. In November a faction of the State Democratic Executive Committee, supported by the DNC, met in Montgomery and elected State Representative Christopher John England (D-Tuscaloosa) as the new Chair, Worley and her faction boycotted that meeting and maintain that that meeting of the… News Link News Link Sourced by WireWatch.News

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  • Excerpt: Through 2019, most House Democrats facing competitive reelection races kept their attention focused on their own brands at home and stayed away from the crowded and hotly contested battle for their party’s presidential nomination. Recently, however, a few vulnerable lawmakers have started jumping into the fray and backing former Vice President Joe Biden. Some strategists say those decisions could end up helping the endorsers as much as Biden, and more may follow. Backing Biden early may help these lawmakers fend off Republican attacks tying them to more liberal lawmakers often… News Link News Link Sourced by WireWatch.News
  • Excerpt: Donald Trump takes shot at Debbie, John Dingell in Battle Creek rally Donald Trump made a comment about Debbie Dingell and her late husband, John Dingell, during his “Merry Christmas” rally in Battle Creek. Mandi Wright, Detroit Free Press WASHINGTON — Tired of politics? Of politicians? Think elections don’t matter?  Think again.  This year’s elections will be some of the most consequential in decades and Michigan is set up to be one of the most consequential states on the electoral map. Consider:  Not only is it a foregone conclusion… News Link News Link Sourced by WireWatch.News
  • Excerpt: (Reuters) – Democratic Representative Katie Porter, a first-term lawmaker known as a tough Wall Street critic, accused Wells Fargo & Co (WFC.N) of passing on costs associated with its wide-ranging scandals to third parties, in a scathing letter sent to the bank’s new chief executive on Thursday. FILE PHOTO: A Wells Fargo stagecoach is seen at the SIBOS banking and financial conference in Toronto, Ontario, Canada October 19, 2017. REUTERS/Chris Helgren/File Photo A copy of the letter was viewed by Reuters. Last summer, Wells Fargo asked 14 of its IT vendors to return 2.5% of revenue… News Link News Link Sourced by WireWatch.News

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  • Did Trump Just Surrender Hong Kong to China – TubeFire

    [so Video response to this:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UwV455FUoTQ Actiune Baza is part of the Freeqo Network, which includes- Freeqo.com – Newsalite.com – Obamacare.TV – PioneeringNews.com – We livestream on – Dlive.tv/Freeqo YouTube.com/ActiuneBaza Facebook.com/FreeqoTalks We post our excerpts of shows and videos on – Bitchute.com/freeqo YouTube.com/ActiuneBaza You can find everything we do at freeqo.com…

  • The Better than Gas Electric Option is Coming – TubeFire

    [so Tim Grewe, GM global electrification and battery systems, nickel cobalt manganese aluminum batteries, 600 mile range electric battery, GM is making some pretty hefty changes as of late in the electric battery power universe. Recently, Time Grewe, the GM electric battery guy, claims that GM is working on electric batteries that will soon hit the market that can last for 1 million miles and pack a hefty, healthy range of 600 miles, further eroding the advantages that combustion-fuel-powered engines currently have over electric ones. Excerpt from cleantechnica.com GM EVs May Someday Have Million-Mile Batteries & 600 Mile Ranges Tim Grewe, head of GM’s global electrification and battery systems, says the new factory will be manufacturing large format pouch cells that use nickel cobalt manganese aluminum (NCMA) chemistry developed by his company. He says adding aluminum to the mix makes it possible to reduce the amount of cobalt used and contributes to longer battery life. Grewe adds that GM is already pushing ahead with zero-cobalt and zero-nickel cells and experimenting with electrolyte and zeolite additives that will extend their service life even more. “We do have million-mile battery life, especially in shared mobility usage, in our sights and are getting great results when it comes to that,” he says. “Separator technology, different current-collector technology, over-lithiated cathodes, dry electrode processing, and anode mixes with oxides are all among the other methods the company is considering to improve fast charging while reducing costs. Lithium metal cell technology is also ongoing with an expectation it will be production ready by 2025. We’ve actually had a very good spring on this technology,” Grewe says of the lithium metal research. “We now see a very viable path with almost twice the energy density of today…that will easily enable 500-600 mile vehicles in the future.” Source News Link News Curated by PioneeringNews.com Actiune Baza is part of the Freeqo Network, which includes- Freeqo.com – Newsalite.com – Obamacare.TV – PioneeringNews.com – We livestream on – Dlive.tv/Freeqo YouTube.com/ActiuneBaza Facebook.com/FreeqoTalks We post our excerpts of shows and videos on – Bitchute.com/freeqo YouTube.com/ActiuneBaza You can find everything we do at freeqo.com…

  • Drone Killing Laser Passes US Navy Tests – TubeFire

    [so USS Portland, Laser Weapon System Demonstrator, LWSD, US Pacific Fleet, US Navy Laser, Drone Killler Laser, Drone Defense, Weapons Tech, Military Tech, Excerpt from www.stripes.com Navy warship uses a new high-energy laser to shoot down drone in mid-flight – Pacific The USS Portland successfully disabled an unmanned aerial vehicle in mid-flight during the test of a new “high-energy laser weapon system” on May 16, according to U.S. Pacific Fleet. Video footage released by the Navy on Friday shows the amphibious transport dock ship firing a Laser Weapon System Demonstrator, or LWSD, somewhere in the Pacific. A separate clip shows the drone being shot down. The test marks the “first system-level implementation of a high-energy class solid-state laser,” the statement said. The technology allows the Portland to redefine war at sea for the Navy, said the ship’s commander, Capt. Karrey Sanders. Source News Link – https://freeqo.com/2020/05/29/drone-killing-laser-passes-us-navy-tests/ News Curated by Newsalite.com Actiune Baza is part of the Freeqo Network, which includes- Freeqo.com – Newsalite.com – Obamacare.TV – PioneeringNews.com – We livestream on – Dlive.tv/Freeqo YouTube.com/ActiuneBaza Facebook.com/FreeqoTalks We post our excerpts of shows and videos on – Bitchute.com/freeqo YouTube.com/ActiuneBaza You can find everything we do at freeqo.com…

  • Chicken Drone Utopia and YOU!

    USS Portland, Laser Weapon System Demonstrator, LWSD, US Pacific Fleet, US Navy Laser, Drone Killer Laser, Drone Defense, Weapons Tech, Military Tech, Daniel Kahneman , Amos Tversky, Kai Ruggeri, Irrational Science, Science of Irrationality , Rojava, Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria, AANES, Rojava Stateless, Statelessness, Turkey Rojava, Russia Rojava, Syria Rojava, Turkish Invasion Rojava, Tim Grewe, GM global electrification and battery systems, nickel cobalt manganese aluminum batteries, 600 Mile Range Electric Battery, Tibetan Chickens Genetic Memory, Genetic Memory, U-M Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, DNA Molecules, Tibetan Plateau Chickens Genetic Memory, Chicken Drone Utopia and YOU! FQTN – Friday, May 29th, 2020      Drone-Killing Laser Passes US Navy Tests The Irrationality of the Magnitude of Loss Gets Scientific     The Stateless Vulnerability in the Times of Coronavilles, a Rojava FocusThe Better-than-Gas Electric Option is Coming     Tibetan Chickens and the Genetic Plastic of Ancestral Homes LATEST HEADLINES EXCERPT – YOUTUBE/ACTIUNE BAZA TOP HEADLINE Drone-Killing Laser Passes US Navy Tests Excerpt from www.stripes.comNavy warship uses a new high-energy laser to shoot down drone in mid-flight – Pacific The USS Portland successfully disabled an unmanned aerial vehicle in mid-flight during the test of a new “high-energy laser weapon system” on May 16, according to U.S. Pacific Fleet. Video footage released by the Navy on Friday shows the amphibious transport dock ship firing a Laser Weapon System Demonstrator, or LWSD, somewhere in the Pacific. A separate clip shows the drone being shot down. The test marks the “first system-level implementation of a high-energy class solid-state laser,” the statement said. The technology allows the Portland to redefine war at sea for the Navy, said the ship’s commander, Capt. Karrey Sanders. Source News Link Get Freeqo’s Daily Freaqs – Just Enter Your Email and Click ‘Subscribe’ LATEST DIALECTICAL EXCERPT – YOUTUBE/ACTIUNE BAZA The Irrationality of the Magnitude of Loss Gets Scientific Within the frameworks of logic, the illogical may seem illogical, but, outside of that framework, the illogical is, in fact, the logical flow….. Excerpt from www.realclearscience.comScience Behind Irrationality Just Passed a Huge Test If you won $100 tomorrow, you’d be pretty happy. And if you lost $100, you’d be less than thrilled. But those two feelings wouldn’t be the same in magnitude: the loss would probably sting far more than the gain would delight. People don’t approach things like loss and risk as purely rational agents. We weigh losses more heavily than gains. We feel like the difference between 1 percent and 2 percent is bigger than the difference between 50 percent and 51 percent. This observation of our irrationality is one of the most influential concepts in behavioral science: skyscrapers of research have been built on Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky’s foundational 1979 paper that first described the paradoxes of how people make decisions when faced with uncertainty. So when researchers raised questions about the foundations of those skyscrapers, it caused alarm. A large team of researchers set out to check whether the results of Kahneman and Tversky’s crucial paper would replicate if the same experiment were conducted now. Behavioral scientists can heave a sigh of relief: the original results held up, and robustly. With more than 4,000 participants in 19 countries, nearly every question in the original paper was answered the same way by people today as they were by their 1970s counterparts…. Could prospect theory be a house of cards? When a controversial paper came out arguing that the evidence for loss aversion was weaker than it seemed, social psychologist Kai Ruggeri assembled a large international team of researchers to check its foundations by replicating the 1979 study as closely as possible. The team tested more than 4,000 participants in 19 countries. All the participants had to answer questions about money and risk, like whether they’d prefer an 80 percent chance of getting $4,000 or a guaranteed $3,000. The questions were the same as those used in Kahneman and Tversky’s original paper, although the amounts were updated for 2019 and adapted for different countries’ incomes. The original paper found that there were distinct patterns in how people answered these questions—like most people choosing the guaranteed $3,000. The replication found the same tendencies on 16 out of 17 questions. The original paper also found that people made very different choices about losses and gains. For instance, given the choice between an 80 percent chance of losing $4,000 and a guarantee of losing $3,000, the majority of people pick the chance of losing $4,000—the opposite result to the same question about gain. These contrasts between choices also replicated…. Source News Link News Curated by PioneeringNews.com   Here are the two questions and the assumptions of illogic: “80 percent chance of getting $4,000 or a guaranteed $3,000” Significant majority choose guaranteed $3,000 80 percent chance of losing $4,000 and a guarantee of losing $3,000, Significant majority choose chance of losing $4,000. The contrast assumed is, in one instance, rejecting chance and potential higher reward for secure lower gain, while, in the other, rejecting certainty for the chance of losing nothing, even if that chance is only 20 percent, and the loss increases your loss by 25%. The contrast assumed is rejecting chance on one circumstance, while embracing it in another, in instances that both involved values of the same amounts as potential increase or decrease in value. It is, in my opinion, not a contradiction, but a failure by the observer to understand that the underlying aversion is in conceding what one holds.  A guaranteed gain is a de facto possession in hand.  A guaranteed loss is a guaranteed loss.  A potential gain is a bird in the bush, while a potential loss is a hope to hold on to what one currently holds. There is no illogic in the process if one shifts the focal point of the commonality in these questions from the chance versus certainty to the holding versus potentially holding value.  To me, this whole struggle with understanding the scientific illogic of our reasoning reveals more about the fallible nature of humans pursuing understanding in general, specifically, with our very fundamental institutions of understanding what is, the scientific method. In this case, the ones doing the observing have assumed the fundamental evidence of illogic was in how humans seem to inconsistently choose chance or certainty when it comes to a potential loss or gain of comparable value.  The starting question, why are humans illogical when it comes to chance, immediately colored the types of data searches the scientists would engage in, the types of tests that would be created, etc, so that decades later they have yet surprised themselves to learn that this illogical tendency may be illogical but the science shows it is consistently reflective of the overwhelming aggregate of humans. Logic itself, my friends, is limited in its utility by the degree to which it is emerged from the framework of preference it is designed to serve.  In this case, the framework of preference was a pursuit of understanding why the inconsistency with choosing chance and certainty, and thus, within that framework, the logic broke, and the quest for an understanding of illogic began. In fact, there was no illogical phenomenon to study, merely a calibration of the machine, if you will, a reframing of the preference, inserting a new question, why the aversion to the loss of what is?  That question, I submit, would have led these same scientists down radically different paths of discovery if they had started from that point back in 1979.   LATEST FOCUS EXCERPT – YOUTUBE/ACTIUNE BAZA The Stateless Vulnerability in the Times of Coronavilles, a Rojava Focus The Kurds, as well as many folks from around the world, have formed a confederal union variously referred to by numerous names, but mostly identified, even among the people that comprise this union, as Rojava, an experiment in a form of ‘stateless’ governance, trapped between competing coercive enterprises, including the United States, Russia, Turkey, Israel, Syria, and Iran, to name some of the major players (but, by far, not all). These people, struggling through various impediments on their capacity to provide for themselves by the coercive, violent actions of the ‘legitimate’ powers fighting for interest in Syria, have somehow managed to continue to thrive and grow in their experiment, but now, in the midst of the latest Turkish assault on their lands, Coronavilles has strolled into the land, and the rest of the world seems to have largely forgotten what might befall this land whose people have caused such fear and hate to stir in their coercive enterprise neighbors. Excerpt from www.opendemocracy.netRojava: statelessness in a time of pandemic – Open Democracy The Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria (AANES), commonly known as Rojava, has illuminated the plight of the stateless—even though statelessness in the AANES’s case defies the narrow definition of international law. Despite comprising almost a third of Syrian territory, the AANES has not been recognized as a legitimate body politic neither by the Syrian state, nor by the international community. The limitations that come with this lack of recognition may have disastrous consequences during the COVID-19 pandemic. The AANES faces dire humanitarian conditions caused by years of war against ISIS and further aggravated by the recent Turkish invasion in October 2019. Six-hundred thousand IDPs and refugees, largely a product of two occupations by Turkey, live in camps across the region, where access to water is limited and social distancing is all-but-impossible. In addition, there are tens of thousands of ISIS prisoners and their families guarded in camps and prisons by the local administration. Since their countries of origin have been unwilling to repatriate them or to put them on trial, this burden has fallen on the AANES. Overall, the administration has few resources to ensure adequate protection and healthcare for its vulnerable populations—especially in the context of a pandemic. Source News LinkNews Curated by PioneeringNews.com LATEST FEATURES EXCERPT – YOUTUBE/ACTIUNE BAZA The Better-than-Gas Electric Option is Coming GM is making some pretty hefty changes as of late in the electric battery power universe.  Recently, Time Grewe, the GM electric battery guy, claims that GM is working on electric batteries that will soon hit the market that can last for 1 million miles and pack a hefty, healthy range of 600 miles, further eroding the advantages that combustion-fuel-powered engines currently have over electric ones.   Excerpt from cleantechnica.com GM EVs May Someday Have Million-Mile Batteries & 600 Mile Ranges Tim Grewe, head of GM’s global electrification and battery systems, says the new factory will be manufacturing large format pouch cells that use nickel cobalt manganese aluminum (NCMA) chemistry developed by his company. He says adding aluminum to the mix makes it possible to reduce the amount of cobalt used and contributes to longer battery life. Grewe adds that GM is already pushing ahead with zero-cobalt and zero-nickel cells and experimenting with electrolyte and zeolite additives that will extend their service life even more. “We do have million-mile battery life, especially in shared mobility usage, in our sights and are getting great results when it comes to that,” he says. “Separator technology, different current-collector technology, over-lithiated cathodes, dry electrode processing, and anode mixes with oxides are all among the other methods the company is considering to improve fast charging while reducing costs. Lithium metal cell technology is also ongoing with an expectation it will be production ready by 2025. We’ve actually had a very good spring on this technology,” Grewe says of the lithium metal research. “We now see a very viable path with almost twice the energy density of today…that will easily enable 500-600 mile vehicles in the future.” Source News LinkNews Curated by PioneeringNews.com LATEST NEWSPOEMS EXCERPT – YOUTUBE/ACTIUNE BAZA FREEQO’S ICHAP – LATEST PRINT The Blue Light Special On Aisle Naughty Bits and Science Tibetan Chickens and the Genetic Plastic of Ancestral Homes Excerpt from scienceblog.comGenetic ‘memory’ of ancestral environments helps organisms readapt The chicken was domesticated from the red jungle fowl in South Asia and Southeast Asia at least 4,000 to 4,500 years ago. It was brought to the Tibetan Plateau by about 1,200 years ago, where it acquired high-altitude adaptations such as an increase in oxygen-carrying red blood cells. In a set of experiments by University of Michigan biologists and their Chinese colleagues, researchers hatched and reared hundreds of chickens on the Tibetan Plateau, at an elevation of nearly 11,000 feet, and at an adjacent lowland site in China’s Sichuan Province. Some of the eggs from lowland chickens were hatched on the plateau, and some high-altitude eggs were hatched at a site 2,200 feet above sea level. The goal was to assess the relative contributions of two types of phenotypic change—meaning changes to an organism’s observable physical characteristics or traits—to the process of environmental adaptation. “Plastic” phenotypic changes involve altered gene activity but no rewriting of the genetic code in DNA molecules, while mutations cause altered gene activity by modifying the sequence of letters in the code itself…. In the chicken study, researchers were specifically interested in how organisms readapt when reintroduced to ancestral environments. They found that plastic changes play a more prominent role when organisms return to an ancestral home than when they adapt to new environments. “These findings reveal a mechanism by which past experience affects future evolution,” said Jianzhi Zhang, the study’s senior author and a professor in the U-M Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. “Our findings contribute to the recent debate on the relative roles of plastic and genetic changes in adaptation and reveal the importance of considering whether the environment is changing to a novel or ancestral one.” The findings are scheduled for publication May 22 in the journal Science Advances. ….In the chicken study, the researchers found that while many mutation-induced phenotypic changes were necessary when the animals first adapted to the Tibetan Plateau, plastic changes largely transformed the transcriptomes to the preferred state when Tibetan chickens were brought back to the lowland. A similar result was seen with egg “hatchability,” the fraction of fertilized chicken eggs that hatched in the study. When lowland eggs were incubated on the unfamiliar Tibetan Plateau, hatchability was significantly lower than that of Tibetan chicken eggs. But when Tibetan eggs were incubated in the lowland—an environment familiar from the distant past—there was no significant difference in hatchability between the two groups. The egg result suggests that adaptive mutational changes are needed when an organism is brought to an unfamiliar environment for the first time, while plastic changes will do the trick when those same creatures return to an ancestral home. Zhang’s team also analyzed transcriptomes from previous studies of guppies and E. coli bacteria and found comparable results—regardless of whether the new environment was more stressful or less stressful than the ancestral environment. “In summary, our work uncovers a phenomenon conserved from bacteria to vertebrates that organisms remember their ancestral environments in the form of phenotypic plasticity,” the authors wrote. Source News LinkNews Curated by PioneeringNews.com   Tibetan Chickens and the Genetic Plastic of Ancestral Homes transcriptomes conserved from bacteria to vertebrates – pause red jungle fowl “the experiment is the design, the flaw is the way in which the genetics reach back into the dead ends of past hearts” environmental adaptation letters in the code In the chicken study, the memetic is the answer to the flow lowland site in China- excerpt- the design is the molecular calling card of the great ‘I started you here.’ egg “hatchability” high-altitude adaptations Plastic” phenotypic changes incubated in the lowland like a river felled from the dead sky’s bone, the molecular march to awe considers the past a new form of bone. relative roles of plastic fraction of fertilized set of experiments researchers hatched and reared – the song goes like this, ‘do not remember the eggs that cracked on the plains of Tibet, but rather remember the low stars that ate our hearts and turned us into penned Fragonardian fowls. high-altitude eggs – the funambulistic nature of the perilous affair, existential heights remembered in the broken protein s at the bottom of the egg-shell cup. affects future evolution, fizzled, resolved, phenotypic change, organism’s observable physical – the memetic undercurrent- letting go of the perfect yolk’s inevitable, undone, broken into the atmosphere, winged across the peaks of mountains that hem in the Tibetan plains of the processional poultry. Tibetan chicken eggs increase in oxygen-carrying red blood cells, carrying, carrying, on metaphorical mountain trails choked by rocked boundaries, involve altered gene activity, frozen, sure, but then DNA molecules, while mutations, the conversations we have with the beginning and end of the model’s potential ranges. ancestral environments plastic changes play organisms return to an ancestral home- the Tibetan plains dotted with cotton chicken puffs, resynced, in egg, in song, lowland eggs were incubated, the heat, the protection, the moan of the mountains at night as wolves chase their potential life across broken paths, no rewriting of the genetic code unfamiliar Tibetan Plateau plastic changes will do the trick, the tip of the potential design, chickens on the Tibetan Plateau     FREEQO’S ICHAPS – LATEST ISSUE Get Freeqo’s Daily Freaqs – Just Enter Your Email and Click ‘Subscribe’ FOCUS LINKS The Stateless Vulnerability in the Times of Coronavilles, a Rojava Focus One Day. 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  • Tibetan Chickens and the Genetic Plastic of Ancestral Homes

    Tibetan Chickens Genetic Memory, Genetic Memory, U-M Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, DNA Molecules, Tibetan Plateau Chickens Genetic Memory, Excerpt from scienceblog.com Genetic ‘memory’ of ancestral environments helps organisms readapt The chicken was domesticated from the red jungle fowl in South Asia and Southeast Asia at least 4,000 to 4,500 years ago. It was brought to the Tibetan Plateau by about 1,200 years ago, where it acquired high-altitude adaptations such as an increase in oxygen-carrying red blood cells. In a set of experiments by University of Michigan biologists and their Chinese colleagues, researchers hatched and reared hundreds of chickens on the Tibetan Plateau, at an elevation of nearly 11,000 feet, and at an adjacent lowland site in China’s Sichuan Province. Some of the eggs from lowland chickens were hatched on the plateau, and some high-altitude eggs were hatched at a site 2,200 feet above sea level. The goal was to assess the relative contributions of two types of phenotypic change—meaning changes to an organism’s observable physical characteristics or traits—to the process of environmental adaptation. “Plastic” phenotypic changes involve altered gene activity but no rewriting of the genetic code in DNA molecules, while mutations cause altered gene activity by modifying the sequence of letters in the code itself…. In the chicken study, researchers were specifically interested in how organisms readapt when reintroduced to ancestral environments. They found that plastic changes play a more prominent role when organisms return to an ancestral home than when they adapt to new environments. “These findings reveal a mechanism by which past experience affects future evolution,” said Jianzhi Zhang, the study’s senior author and a professor in the U-M Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. “Our findings contribute to the recent debate on the relative roles of plastic and genetic changes in adaptation and reveal the importance of considering whether the environment is changing to a novel or ancestral one.” The findings are scheduled for publication May 22 in the journal Science Advances. ….In the chicken study, the researchers found that while many mutation-induced phenotypic changes were necessary when the animals first adapted to the Tibetan Plateau, plastic changes largely transformed the transcriptomes to the preferred state when Tibetan chickens were brought back to the lowland. A similar result was seen with egg “hatchability,” the fraction of fertilized chicken eggs that hatched in the study. When lowland eggs were incubated on the unfamiliar Tibetan Plateau, hatchability was significantly lower than that of Tibetan chicken eggs. But when Tibetan eggs were incubated in the lowland—an environment familiar from the distant past—there was no significant difference in hatchability between the two groups. The egg result suggests that adaptive mutational changes are needed when an organism is brought to an unfamiliar environment for the first time, while plastic changes will do the trick when those same creatures return to an ancestral home. Zhang’s team also analyzed transcriptomes from previous studies of guppies and E. coli bacteria and found comparable results—regardless of whether the new environment was more stressful or less stressful than the ancestral environment. “In summary, our work uncovers a phenomenon conserved from bacteria to vertebrates that organisms remember their ancestral environments in the form of phenotypic plasticity,” the authors wrote. Source News LinkNews Curated by PioneeringNews.com   Tibetan Chickens and the Genetic Plastic of Ancestral Homes transcriptomes conserved from bacteria to vertebrates – pause red jungle fowl “the experiment is the design, the flaw is the way in which the genetics reach back into the dead ends of past hearts” environmental adaptation letters in the code In the chicken study, the memetic is the answer to the flow lowland site in China- excerpt- the design is the molecular calling card of the great ‘I started you here.’ egg “hatchability” high-altitude adaptations Plastic” phenotypic changes incubated in the lowland like a river felled from the dead sky’s bone, the molecular march to awe considers the past a new form of bone. relative roles of plastic fraction of fertilized set of experiments researchers hatched and reared – the song goes like this, ‘do not remember the eggs that cracked on the plains of Tibet, but rather remember the low stars that ate our hearts and turned us into penned Fragonardian fowls. high-altitude eggs – the funambulistic nature of the perilous affair, existential heights remembered in the broken protein s at the bottom of the egg-shell cup. affects future evolution, fizzled, resolved, phenotypic change, organism’s observable physical – the memetic undercurrent- letting go of the perfect yolk’s inevitable, undone, broken into the atmosphere, winged across the peaks of mountains that hem in the Tibetan plains of the processional poultry. Tibetan chicken eggs increase in oxygen-carrying red blood cells, carrying, carrying, on metaphorical mountain trails choked by rocked boundaries, involve altered gene activity, frozen, sure, but then DNA molecules, while mutations, the conversations we have with the beginning and end of the model’s potential ranges. ancestral environments plastic changes play organisms return to an ancestral home- the Tibetan plains dotted with cotton chicken puffs, resynced, in egg, in song, lowland eggs were incubated, the heat, the protection, the moan of the mountains at night as wolves chase their potential life across broken paths, no rewriting of the genetic code unfamiliar Tibetan Plateau plastic changes will do the trick, the tip of the potential design, chickens on the Tibetan Plateau     …

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This observation of our irrationality is one of the most influential concepts in behavioral science: skyscrapers of research have been built on Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky’s foundational 1979 paper that first described the paradoxes of how people make decisions when faced with uncertainty. So when researchers raised questions about the foundations of those skyscrapers, it caused alarm. A large team of researchers set out to check whether the results of Kahneman and Tversky’s crucial paper would replicate if the same experiment were conducted now. Behavioral scientists can heave a sigh of relief: the original results held up, and robustly. With more than 4,000 participants in 19 countries, nearly every question in the original paper was answered the same way by people today as they were by their 1970s counterparts…. Could prospect theory be a house of cards? When a controversial paper came out arguing that the evidence for loss aversion was weaker than it seemed, social psychologist Kai Ruggeri assembled a large international team of researchers to check its foundations by replicating the 1979 study as closely as possible. The team tested more than 4,000 participants in 19 countries. All the participants had to answer questions about money and risk, like whether they’d prefer an 80 percent chance of getting $4,000 or a guaranteed $3,000. The questions were the same as those used in Kahneman and Tversky’s original paper, although the amounts were updated for 2019 and adapted for different countries’ incomes. The original paper found that there were distinct patterns in how people answered these questions—like most people choosing the guaranteed $3,000. The replication found the same tendencies on 16 out of 17 questions. The original paper also found that people made very different choices about losses and gains. For instance, given the choice between an 80 percent chance of losing $4,000 and a guarantee of losing $3,000, the majority of people pick the chance of losing $4,000—the opposite result to the same question about gain. These contrasts between choices also replicated…. Source News Link News Curated by PioneeringNews.com   Here are the two questions and the assumptions of illogic: “80 percent chance of getting $4,000 or a guaranteed $3,000” Significant majority choose guaranteed $3,000 80 percent chance of losing $4,000 and a guarantee of losing $3,000, Significant majority choose chance of losing $4,000. The contrast assumed is, in one instance, rejecting chance and potential higher reward for secure lower gain, while, in the other, rejecting certainty for the chance of losing nothing, even if that chance is only 20 percent, and the loss increases your loss by 25%. The contrast assumed is rejecting chance on one circumstance, while embracing it in another, in instances that both involved values of the same amounts as potential increase or decrease in value. It is, in my opinion, not a contradiction, but a failure by the observer to understand that the underlying aversion is in conceding what one holds.  A guaranteed gain is a de facto possession in hand.  A guaranteed loss is a guaranteed loss.  A potential gain is a bird in the bush, while a potential loss is a hope to hold on to what one currently holds. There is no illogic in the process if one shifts the focal point of the commonality in these questions from the chance versus certainty to the holding versus potentially holding value.  To me, this whole struggle with understanding the scientific illogic of our reasoning reveals more about the fallible nature of humans pursuing understanding in general, specifically, with our very fundamental institutions of understanding what is, the scientific method. In this case, the ones doing the observing have assumed the fundamental evidence of illogic was in how humans seem to inconsistently choose chance or certainty when it comes to a potential loss or gain of comparable value.  The starting question, why are humans illogical when it comes to chance, immediately colored the types of data searches the scientists would engage in, the types of tests that would be created, etc, so that decades later they have yet surprised themselves to learn that this illogical tendency may be illogical but the science shows it is consistently reflective of the overwhelming aggregate of humans. Logic itself, my friends, is limited in its utility by the degree to which it is emerged from the framework of preference it is designed to serve.  In this case, the framework of preference was a pursuit of understanding why the inconsistency with choosing chance and certainty, and thus, within that framework, the logic broke, and the quest for an understanding of illogic began. In fact, there was no illogical phenomenon to study, merely a calibration of the machine, if you will, a reframing of the preference, inserting a new question, why the aversion to the loss of what is?  That question, I submit, would have led these same scientists down radically different paths of discovery if they had started from that point back in 1979. …

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  • The Stateless Vulnerability in the Times of Coronavilles, a Rojava Focus

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