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The Universe looks like an Enterobacteria phage T4 virus

Enterobacteria phage T4 is a bacteriophage that infects bacteria.

As self-similar cipher, his replication is the same at every scale. Many bacteriophages have been exposed to interstellar space and came back fine. Similar to the spider-like Enterobacteria phage T4, Black Madonna has a convoluted architecture composing of an icosahedral head constrained to a helical tail with a tetragonal base plate accompanied by bulging protein tail fibers. There's no Platonic solid of only regular tetragons since tetragons tessellate, they don't allow the result to "fold up." The Archimedean solids, with some tetragonal faces, are the truncated octahedron, truncated tetrahedron, truncated cuboctahedron, truncated icosahedron and the truncated icosidodecahedron. Black Madonna is transcendent: this notion is more abysmal than the Monad of Plato. The Enterobacteria phage T4 genome is terminally redundant, replicated initially as a unit, then various genomic groups are recombined, end-to-end, constructing a concatemer. When packaged, the concatemer is sliced at general locations of the same length, ushering in several genomes that epitomize circular permutations of the original.

Enterobacteria phage T4The Queen has an evolving symmetry. The T4 genome bears eukaryote-like intron sequences and initiates early mRNA degradation. Several of the DNA found to be paramount to phage T4 proved to be a pathology for DNA imperative for recombination in prokaryotes and archaea. This is analogous to the recombinational repair process that occurs during meiosis in eukaryotes. The rate of DNA mass-production in a cell is computed as the rate of phage T4 DNA elongation in phage-infected bacteria.  Enterobacteria phage T4 also ciphers rare DNA repair mechanisms like messages ciphered in the text of the Masoretic Tanakh.

This gene enciphers a monomeric protein which shares a 70 percent amino acid sequences. Hence, why humans, while in the womb, have a tail 1-6th the size of our entire embryo. As you developed into a fetus, this tail is consumed by the growing body. The T4’s tail connects to a host with special fibers, recognizing host cell surface receptors to determine if a bacterium is in reach of the phage's host spectrum. The surviving part of the membrane perishes, and then DNA from the head of the phage travels through the tail tube to enter the host.