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What the fuck is that
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protein chain
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this is how viruses getting into your system
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>>10717111
Probably another one of those models that have no resemblence to the actual thing they're modeling.
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>>10717111
I'm really looking forward to imaging and simulation technology getting better so that we can see what this stuff is actually shaped like and how it moves IRL instead of this kind of ridiculous bullshit. There's no way the soupy shit in cells actually looks anything like that, and I don't mean just the coloring and lighting
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>>10717111
looks like myosin
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>>10717140
are you implying that we dont have electron microscopes
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>>10717158
Is there a real video of this then?
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>>10717111
Myosin? This is a protein involved in muscles, this reminds me of how I can't build any
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>>10717140
I don't think you understand the point of this image
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>>10717163
the movement and color is cgi, but they do look like this.
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>>10717111
Protein, also known as nanobots
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>>10717181
OP is a simulated depiction of a motor protein. Your pic seems like a SEM image of a bacteriophage.
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>>10717140
>imaging technology
fundamentally impossible
>simulation technology
this is it
>what it actually looks like
Fucking microbiologists are so stupid and have 0 reasoning skills. These chemical compounds are literally the building blocks of cells and matter. There are no eyes precise enough to see what this stuff actually "looks like" because it doesn't have a physical appearance. 3D models might not even be capable of accurately depicting what goes on at that level.
>>10717158
>electron microscopes
the concept of developing a 3D video model of what goes on at a level that requires an electron microscope for an image is fundamentally flawed.
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>>10717163
To be able to image something with an electron microscope you're using a dead sample to get the image. It works by drilling a precise stream of electrons at something and detecting what bounces back to image something smaller than the wavelength of visible light.
If shit is moving around you'd get a blurry image back.
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>>10717193
Mines a virus, but that's not the point whatsoever.
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>>10717203
How is it fundamentally flawed.

>it doesn't have a physical appearance
??
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>>10717163
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>>10717214
Does a helium atom have a physical appearance? No, of course not. Why? Physical appearance is limited by our eyes and interpreted by our brains. We use lens microscopes to get around the inability to see microorganisms, and this works because a lens microscope augments our vision by trivial magnification. Electron microscopes work a la >>10717204 so the information we get from them is open to interpretation. We cannot expect to view the universe in terms of smaller and smaller 3D building blocks when we can't even draw the line between what does and does not require an electron microscope to "view" aka gather more precise data from.
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>>10717111
Kinesin motor protein, carrying a vesicle.
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>>10717239
Is that real time?
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>>10717135
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>>10717208
bacteriophage = virus
brainlet
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>>10717111
ITT: brainlets
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>>10717208
Kek nice one pseud
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>>10717111
He's a smart boi, he likes reading.
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>>10717142
>imagine thinking this
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>>10717304
>Physical appearance is limited by our eyes
I would like to reason with you on this. If something is, then it has form. This we can agree on, surely. When you say helium has no appearance, you cannot dismiss it's atomic envelope as "invisible", can you?
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>>10717111
This is not a virus, it's a kinesin, it transports vesicles throughout the cell on small cytoskeletal filaments, alongside their counterparts, dyneins.
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>>10717330
Absolutely not. That's slowed down a lot.
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>>10717208
based
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>>10717111
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>>10717555
that would be horrifying. I think a human would go insane if they could be shrunk down to view the sub-cellular world.
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>>10717208
What a fucking retard.
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>>10717917

Your comment, whilst essentially correct, fails however to impart the necessary detail required to fully understand the complexity of the issue.

I would suggest you resubmit your comment after further research and due consideration of all the information available to you.

However, in the interests of expediency, I shall resubmit it for you, adding in the required fields that you erroneously neglected to include.

Therefore:

>What a goddamned stupid ass fucking retard.

There is no need to thank me.
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That's big pimp daddy myosin
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>>10717999
kek
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>>10717239

LMFAO where did you find that?
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>>10718013
Since you asked .....
https://jerrywolkoff.blogspot.com/2015/12/happiness-cant-be-boughtits-elusive-its.html
google lead me to the most batshit of places
Don't even bother clicking it.

More googling lead me to find a power point presentation with a citation for the gif
>Hand-Over-Hand Motility Matthew L. Walker, Stan A. Burgess, James R. Sellers, Fei Wang, John A. Hammer III, John Trinick & Peter J. Knight. Nature, 405, 804-807 (2000).
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>>10717239
fucking based
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>>10717327
This or Dynein
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>>10717111
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>>10717111
oh this? its my cross to bear and this is the meaningful path
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>>10717130
one virus does not simply walk into your system
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>>10718193
In the original video it seems it's moving away from the core (centrosome), so the polarity of microtubules is - - > +, which fits for kinesin.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Inner_Life_of_the_Cell
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>>10717239
look at him go
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>>10717520
Is there proof that a helium atom has the form that you say it has? It is proven to not be a perfect sphere with two orbiting much smaller perfect spheres... and it is proven not to be about 4 perfect spheres of almost the same size almost stuck together with 2 much smaller perfect spheres orbiting... can we go smaller? Perhaps, but then we get into 1 dimensional string theory etc. things that have no form. A helium atom may have a form, it may have a form that changes minutely occasionally, or it may have a form that is not well defined. But that is too much of an assumption for the question... the processes of life require the equivalent of too many helium atoms all being connected in a well defined form, and all having a rarely changing, well defined form.
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>>10717917
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>>10717111
Nanomachines that emerged from pre determined chemical reactions
>Like fucking magic anons
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>>10718238
>>10717327
>>10718193
How brainlets couldn't recognize this immediately really shows the state of /sci/
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>>10717111
It is Sisyphus doing his thing
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>>10717111
>omwtfyg
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>>10717111
Play this at the same time and it will all make sense.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_izvAbhExY
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>>10717330
>Is that real time?
>>10717555
>Absolutely not. That's slowed down a lot.
Why are so many science animations so horribly altered like that? Nobody has any idea what any of this stuff actually looks like because some asshole slows it down by a massive factor or adds random colors or just substitutes an animation that is completely off scale.
Even something as simple as the solar system is depicted like all the planets are nearly the same size and right next to each other revolving around a barely larger sun. Would be better not to show anything at all than to misrepresent things that much.
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>>10718669
You're more of a brainlet if you DO instantly recognize this since it's a retarded normie meme that was plastered everywhere years ago under the false pretense of being "what happiness molecules in the brain look like."
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>>10718902
Because a more accurate representation of scale would be retarded. Showing motor proteins that close up in real time would just be an unrecognizable blur.
If you showed a real scale solar system out to Neptune, the Sun would be a tiny dot and you would only just be able to make out Jupiter and Saturn. If the model is big enough to see all the planets in some detail, be ready to walk a few miles.
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>>10717111
It's a kinesin protein walking along a intracellular microtubule, if my degree isn't too rusty.

>>10717142
Oh I guess it could be myosin/actin?
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>>10718785
mfw
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>>10717239
Is than an actual video of a single protein moving, or a composite of various proteins that were captured at different times?
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>>10718943
That's what I'm saying. It'd be better not to show anything at all.
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>>10719012
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>>10719026
Misleading people with horribly altered non-models is much worse than giving people accurate text based descriptions instead.
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>>10719033
How about models + a description telling you in which ways they're accurate and in which they're inaccurate?
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>>10719012
Imagine coming to a science board without knowing basic science.
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>>10719050
That'd be better than just misreprepresenting without clarification.
>>10719087
If you knew about science you'd know how far off these different misleading models are. Accurate text based information is way better than misleading imagery.
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>>10719011
I believe it's several snap shot pictures of the same protein stitched together.
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>>10717181
>andromeda strain
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>>10718785
lmao the beat almost matches up it's barely too fast
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>>10719189
If you knew about science you wouldn't be an all-or-nothing brainlet and would use models and text in a complementary manner, as is normally done in (surprise!) science.
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>>10719398
Francis Crick made the same exact complaint about solar system models being horribly misleading you brainlet. Read a book.
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>>10719409
>>10719409
>thinks high school clay solar systems are the same as scientific models
>completely ignorant of computer simulations with scalable gui and the endless ways of graphically visualizing data
>uses and argument of authority and literally nothing else

How does it feel to have the brain of a monkey?
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>>10717111
what happens when "evolution" happens.

Evolutionists believe this is actually the result of a chain of random mutations that were all perfectly functional and all managed to reproduce until now.
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>>10718232
Maybe you pay your epithelial cells well
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>>10718903
>being this retarded
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>>10717472
>bacteriophage = virus
L0Lno fgt pls
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>>10719555
>Evolutionists believe
GTFO /pol/itard
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>>10717695
From OP source file it also includes DNA repair and or replication mechanisms. They're said by the professor discussing it that the speed depicted that particular function is rather slow. I forget the speed analogy. But I'd say it's like 100X the scaled down speed of a modern microprocessor. It's fair comparison to make. As there is data correction and error checking happening in both systems.
When you can grasp what's going on at that level and the accuracy, let alone speed. It's truly of awe.
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>>10717111
it's pooping.
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>>10717111
>they see me strollin
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>>10720106
pol believes in evolution you fucking idiot
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>>10717520
>it's atomic envelope
>it is atomic envelope
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>>10720106
genuinely retarded.
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God’s creation.
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>>10720258
it's not a contraction
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>>10720252
Yeah not really it’s full of Christcucks
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>>10720989
>he thinks evolution is the only possible scientific explanation

you're the religious zealot here.
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>>10717111
WELL YOU CAN TELL BY THE WAY I USE MY WALK IM WOMANS MAN NO TIME TO TALK
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>>10717999
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>>10717111
The proof that God exists
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>>10721108
MUSIC LOUD AND WOMEN WARM, I'VE BEEN KICKED AROUND SINCE I WAS BORN
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>>10717239
Neat.
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>>10717181
thats a bacteriophage not a protein what?
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>>10718903
>kinesin using ATP hydrolysis transporting shit along a microtubule (likely towards the tip of an axon) is a retarded normie meme
did you not take biology in high school?
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>>10717111
Looks like a motor protein. But it's probably really fast or super slow in reality. This render has it at a normal walking pace, but renders are almost always wrong.

Whatever it is, it was necessary to create complex life that would observe it. No matter how complex or convoluted something is, just know that it was designed so anthropogenic observation could be made. There is no such thing as coincidence. The stars, the planets, every asteroid and comet, the culmination of all evolutionary decisions, every protein and virus, every bomb and bullet in every war, nothing is random, but necessary.
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>>10719555
>tfw was just reading a paper on how pathogens hijack intracellular motor proteins

Th-thanks intelligent designer
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>>10722084
>99,99...% of all life is extinct
>prokaryotes the most abdundant life from
>evolution had goal

the absolute state of eukaroytes
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>>10717111
Your momma's chicken legs struggling to carry her behemoth size.
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>>10720252
pol believes in everything and nothing so that's a blank statement
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>>10717239
Cute
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>>10720106
Imagine falling for bait this obvious
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>>10717111
Alien
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https://www.news-medical.net/life-sciences/Microtubule-Motor-Proteins.aspx
here
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>>10720234
>it also includes DNA repair and or replication mechanisms.
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>>10718997
No it is a kinesin protein. You are the only correct one here.

I just learned about it in neuroscience.
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hiv
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>>10718214
Underrated anti-Semite post.
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>>10725693
Thing I'm thinking of is akin to a crack addict stripping insulation off copper wire from a building site.
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>>10725732
what's anti-Semitic about it?
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>>10717524
is a kinesin alive?
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>>10717111
Motion protein-chan
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We humans are just biological robots and mechanical robots are the next step

its all a net of connections that goes from the smallest subatomic particles to galactic clusters
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>>10717239
The Chad Stride
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>>10725693
holy fuck
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>>10717111
me leading ur mom into the bedroom
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>>10725693
why are they still connected by an umbilical cord after the cell finishes dividing?
wtf is that?
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>>10726899
seriously, wtf is that?
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>>10720369
I believe he was bullying the use of "it's", the contraction, when "its" is what is used in the English language to show possession to it.
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>>10717140
I want to see what atoms look like.
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>>10728502
>I want to see what atoms look like.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGWSX6pStd0
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>>10728535
Well that's pretty cool. Atoms are basically just dark spheres.
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>>10717111
kinesine
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>>10718902
true, but e have an easier time imagining it. what it needs to be is slowed down or like presented more simply BUT it must clearly say like "this is slowed down by x times" or whatever.



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