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Rotational-electric principles of RNA/DNA and viability

Marks, Roman and Pawlowski, Piotr H (2023) Rotational-electric principles of RNA/DNA and viability. AIMS Biophysics, 10 (3). pp. 385-400.


Official URL: https://www.aimspress.com/article/doi/10.3934/biop...


: Photographic investigations of rising bubbles in seawater revealed that each bubble may conduct a single or bi-spiraling motion, which resemble architecture of RNA or DNA respectively. The rotational motion results from acceleration of ionic hydrates, which are separated to anionic and cationic domains at the upper and bottom curvatures of the bubble. Afterwards, rotational motion undergoes further acceleration in the bubble upper vortex, followed by deceleration at the vortex tip. During that phase, the spiraling motion cause significant friction that result in polarization of electronegative atoms of H, C, N, O and P. These may be simultaneously arranged around a whirling cationic strands and form phosphate groups, ribose and nitrogen bases equipped with H2 and H3 rotors. It is hypothesized that such hydrogen rotors may operate as generators of electrons, which may be detached from valence shells of electropositive atoms. Then, electrons may flow via nitrogen bases and deoxyribose or ribose to phosphate groups. Next, the negatively charged edges of phosphate groups may attract cationic hydrates and energize their rotational motion in the grooves, then causing also its spiraling projection outward. That may be responsible for replication of nucleotides and its arrangement along the cationic flow into RNA or DNA polymers, in the same manner as originally produced by rising bubbles. Moreover, it points that hydrogen rotors may generate energy needed for viability as well as interact with all physical and chemical fields.

Item Type:Article
Subjects:Q Science > QC Physics
Q Science > QH Natural history > QH301 Biology
Q Science > QH Natural history > QH426 Genetics
Divisions:Department of Bioinformatics
ID Code:2326
Deposited By: Mr. Piotr H. Pawlowski
Deposited On:02 Oct 2023 11:55
Last Modified:28 May 2024 10:53

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