Structure of human estrogenic 17 beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase at 2.20 a resolution

Basically stated, once you have the correct three dimensional mathematical structure for describing real plane waves in real three dimensional space, you find that you can deduce all the main equations of modern physics. We now have a complete metaphysical / scientific theory that deduces all of quantum physics and Einstein's relativity with the complete mathematics already done.
I have just provided the final piece of the puzzle, the connection of quaternion maths to real complex plane waves in three dimensional space that form real scalar spherical standing waves and their wave-center 'particles'.

Once a paradigm shift has taken place, the textbooks are rewritten. Often the history of science too is rewritten, being presented as an inevitable process leading up to the current, established framework of thought. There is a prevalent belief that all hitherto-unexplained phenomena will in due course be accounted for in terms of this established framework. Kuhn states that scientists spend most (if not all) of their careers in a process of puzzle-solving. Their puzzle-solving is pursued with great tenacity, because the previous successes of the established paradigm tend to generate great confidence that the approach being taken guarantees that a solution to the puzzle exists, even though it may be very hard to find. Kuhn calls this process normal science .

Here’s a simple, classic and all too common example. Suppose a company has a strategy to deliver superior customer service. Every part of their firm has been developed to do this consistently. This strategy has resulted in their having an image of offering great service and support. Then profit margins get squeezed due to competitors actions and the company responds by laying off employees and shrinking some departments. They think they can do this without it affecting their service image. Usually, they are wrong because their service slips (the structure side) due to the change in strategy (making cost reduction a higher priority than service).

The study of human physiology began with Hippocrates in Ancient Greece, around 420 BC, [41] and with Aristotle (384–322 BC) who applied critical thinking and emphasis on the relationship between structure and function. Galen (c. 126–199) was the first to use experiments to probe the body's functions. [42] [43] The term physiology was introduced by the French physician Jean Fernel (1497–1558). [44] In the 17th century, William Harvey (1578–1657) described the circulatory system , pioneering the combination of close observation with careful experiment. [45] In the 19th century, physiological knowledge began to accumulate at a rapid rate with the cell theory of Matthias Schleiden and Theodor Schwann in 1838, that organisms are made up of cells. [44] Claude Bernard (1813–1878) created the concept of the milieu interieur (internal environment), which Walter Cannon (1871–1945) later said was regulated to a steady state in homeostasis . [41] In the 20th century, the physiologists Knut Schmidt-Nielsen and George Bartholomew extended their studies to comparative physiology and ecophysiology . [46] Most recently, evolutionary physiology has become a distinct subdiscipline. [47]

Structure of human estrogenic 17 beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase at 2.20 a resolution

structure of human estrogenic 17 beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase at 2.20 a resolution

The study of human physiology began with Hippocrates in Ancient Greece, around 420 BC, [41] and with Aristotle (384–322 BC) who applied critical thinking and emphasis on the relationship between structure and function. Galen (c. 126–199) was the first to use experiments to probe the body's functions. [42] [43] The term physiology was introduced by the French physician Jean Fernel (1497–1558). [44] In the 17th century, William Harvey (1578–1657) described the circulatory system , pioneering the combination of close observation with careful experiment. [45] In the 19th century, physiological knowledge began to accumulate at a rapid rate with the cell theory of Matthias Schleiden and Theodor Schwann in 1838, that organisms are made up of cells. [44] Claude Bernard (1813–1878) created the concept of the milieu interieur (internal environment), which Walter Cannon (1871–1945) later said was regulated to a steady state in homeostasis . [41] In the 20th century, the physiologists Knut Schmidt-Nielsen and George Bartholomew extended their studies to comparative physiology and ecophysiology . [46] Most recently, evolutionary physiology has become a distinct subdiscipline. [47]

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