Advanced Biomedical Research and Innovation

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Unique mass-social lifestyle change in a biological eyeblink: T-string based self-similarity between the rna world and modern humans

Most health problems in modern developed countries are related to a recent change in lifestyle, raising questions about the origins and paths to such a dramatic change in a biological eyeblink. Here a particular view is proposed following decades of research leading from human interactions to proteomics and based on a bio-mathematical approach including the development and application of mathematical/statistical pattern types with corresponding computational pattern detection methods (TPA) and software, THEMETM (see applied in research areas from human interactions to neuronal interactions in brain networks, to T-patterns on physical purely informational strings, both molecular and textual, called T-strings. See comprehensive review including pharmacological applications by Maurizio et al, 2015,

This has drawn attention to a unique T-string based self-similarity in organization and lifestyle across billions of years, from nano to human scales of evolution and from protein and human mass-societies without such self-similarity at intervening levels of mass-social organization. (See Magnusson, 2020,

The RNA world invented DNA, the Giant purely Informational Extra-individual (extra-protein) T-strings (GIET) defining the specialized individuals in protein mass-societies and thus creating the omnipresent DNA-based world. Similarly, after half a billion years of evolution of multicellular organisms, illiterate humans suddenly became the first and only to create GIET, as text, and a nearly omnipresent text-based world with a revolution in science, technology, population size and lifestyle, but also ever-increasing health consequences.

This suggests that different physical support of T-strings, molecular or textual, intra-cellular or extra-individual, should not be over emphasized.

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