The lecture titled “From proplasts to pronutrients and the metagenetic generation” took place in Lima presented by Dr. Mr. Borrell and Dr. Ms. Latasa
The topic of the lecture was the hypothesis of the origin of life and its development, based on the philosophical concepts of the balance between opposites, extracted from the philosophies of Lao Tse and Heraclitus of Ephesus.
Under the title, "From proplasts to pronutrients and the metagenetic generation", the founder of Biovet and academic of the Peruvian Academy of Veterinary Sciences (APCV), Dr. Jaime Borrell and Dr. Cristina Latasa carried out a conference on March 8th at the headquarters of the APCV, located in Lima (Peru). During the event, Dr. Jaime Borrell, exposed the studies carried out to demonstrate that the metagenetic mechanism analyzed, is part of a hypothesis that proposes "a primeval molecule, existing in prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells (plants and animals), contains the basic instructions to synthesize, from prebiotic materials, the capsule to protect the content and ribosomes to assemble the functional proteins, even in presimbiotic proplasts (chloroplasts and mitochondria)."
The assays developed by the researchers Cristina Latasa, Maria Peñas, Anna Tesouro and Jaime Borrell start from the hypothesis: "Life on The Earth as a result of the balance between generation forces and forces of natural selection" and through the application of the scientific method explain how life began on Earth, as a balanced result between the forces that generate life forms and the forces that select them, according to their adaptation to the environment, according to Dr Borrell: "Both this hypothesis and the scientific advances derived from it can be applied to animal feed to benefit healthier, safer and more profitable production than usually".
BALANCED BETWEEN OPPOSITES
The research work explored the application of scientific research to the study of the origin of life and its development, based on the philosophical concepts of the balance between opposites, extracted from the philosophies of Lao Tse and Heraclitus of Ephesus. Thus, it considers that it is not possible to select, what has not been manifested. Therefore, genetic expression is first produced (primitive genetic code, code stimulation, metagenetic expression of the same, specific protein, functionality, new organ, new species) and, subsequently, the natural selection of the species.
"Conceptually, no organ can appear or be modified, if there is no genetic code to guide its formation. Hence the need for two forces that interact with each other reaching balance. Like all hypotheses, it has required the application of the scientific method for its confirmation and, although there are implications in multiple fields and scientific disciplines, we consider that we are in a position to expose this knowledge with a reasonable degree of verification in the basic lines", summarized the Veterinarian Dr.
Accordingly, during the conference all above mentioned were exposed, following the scientific method (observation of the phenomenon, formulation of the hypothesis, elaboration of derived predictions and controlled experiments to demonstrate the predictions), the steps to demonstrate the aforementioned hypothesis.
The conclusions highlight in the first place: the dependence of the physiological processes of the eukaryotic animal cells, with respect to the eukaryotic plant cells. In addition, they provide data demonstrating the activity of biosynthesis of organic carbon compounds and oxygen release for 700 million years (-3,800 to 3,100. myr). "During 2,700 million years, plant and animal cells coexist and establish a relationship of dependence exclusively in marine areas. (-3,100 myr to -400 myr) ", emphasized Dr. Borrell.
Likewise, he continued: "In this joint colonization of plants and animals the relations of physiological dependence are maintained, fundamentally based on the use by animal cells of pronutrients of vegetable origin, derived from the biochemical evolution of the biosynthetic tree of the original molecule (shikimic acid).”
Finally, the member of the APCV showed to the assistants some trials that demonstrate that the application of pronutrient molecules produce effects of physiological regeneration of the intestinal epithelium, hepatocyte regenerators, optimizers of the calcium metabolism and immunostimulants. He also presented other studies that concluded that the use of pronutrients in animal feed can result in a healthier, safer and more profitable production than current procedures.
You can find more information in the following publication: The hypothesis of pronutrients in the theory of evolution. Disclosure 57.