Electromagnetic evolution

Rapid human evolution evidence and Homo Platypus

Paranthropus robustus Homo Platypus

More evidence suggesting that human evolution can happen relatively very quickly. Perhaps changes to lifeforms can be nearly instantaneous and it is not linear, more episodal?

Can you get a wide variety of hominins all naturally built using many different building blocks from previous and future versions of man and woman?

Evolution or rapid electromagnetic Quantevolution?

Rapid electromagnetic evolution quantavolution Alfred de Grazia

Conclusions from the research paper ‘The origin of endothermy in synapsids and archosaurs and arms races in the Triassic’ suggest relatively very rapid evolution for creatures living, breeding and dying in planet Earth’s dielectric environments:
# Birds and mammals likely acquired endothermy (warm-bloodedness) at the same time.
# Life remodelled itself most significantly in the aftermath of the devastating end-Permian mass extinction.
# The switchover happened in parallel with a shift in posture from sprawling to parasagittal in both major lineages.

Ultra rapid or near instant evolution through changes in worldwide and local electromagnetic energies?

Occam’s L3 modern humans

Occam’s L3 modern humans

If you need to conjure Back To Africa Migration L3 Eve, combined with always earlier and more anatomically modern human mass migrations Out Of Africa II and III, then your theories are not really predicting successfully.

Biofluorescent sharkskin suited and booted

Biofluorescent sharks

Biofluorescent sharks and what other molecular and electricity of life implications? Chain catsharks and Swell sharks appear in blue light to have glowing scales. Chain catsharks and swell sharks are deep-dwelling and live in the western Atlantic and eastern Pacific respectively, where they hide among rocks and rubble. While at first glance they appear to …

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Electron uptake by microbes

extracellular electron uptake microbes

Electricity of Microbes. The electric circle of life. Is this an episode in the Electricity of Life video series from the Thunderbolts Project? A Washington University team showed how a phototrophic microbe called Rhodopseudomonas palustris takes up electrons from conductive substances like metal oxides or rust to reduce carbon dioxide. New research from Washington University …

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