Molecule synthesis methods overview for human immortality biotech (part 1)

My name is Allen Young, I’m a transhumanistic Asian-American man.

I think human beings getting old and dying is a ridiculous design; I think humans should be able to live with healthy, young, and beautiful human bodies as long as they want, so I do my own research in developing the human immortality biotech; even if I fail to succeed in developing the human immortality biotech that I envision, I will still have learned, hopefully discovered, created, and shared many wonderful truths, ideas, concepts, methods, and inventions in biological science and technology; no matter what my outcomes may be, I am still compelled to do my own research and development in biological sciences and technologies because I think they are wonderful fields that I am passionate about and want to advance.

The human immortality biotechnologies that I envision are human body part and whole human body manufacturing and replacement biotechnologies, and anti-aging human body biotech, as specified in my book, The Future.

I want to create brand-new human possibilities via advancing science, technology, and capitalism; that is why I’m commited to publicly promoting and advancing artificial intelligence, robotics, human immortality biotech, and mass-scale outer space humanity expansion tech; I want amazing brand-new technological capabilities, including the biotechnological capability to extend human lifespan and enable individual human beings to live as long as they want.

This audiovisual series, titled “Molecule synthesis methods overview for human immortality biotech”, is for doing my preliminary research in developing biomatter synthesizer technologies for enabling the human immortality biotech that I envision, specified in my book, The Future. In this series, I will present some of the basics in my biomatter synthesizer technologies development project.

First, I will go over the existing methods for synthesizing biomolecules. Then, I’ll go over some of the biomolecule synthesizer technologies that I would like to develop and commercialize, such as nucleobase—adenine, guanine, cytocine, thymine, and uracil—synthesizer biotechnology, chromosome synthesizer biotechnology, artificial-cell biomolecule synthesizer biotechnology, and molecule-assembler or assembly atom arranger (MAAA) or joiner (MAAJ) biotechnology that arranges and joins individual atoms to assemble a biomolecule.

I’ll start with dehydration synthesis, then I’ll continue with peptide synthesis. I’ll also cover rearranging individual atoms using scanning probe microscopy to assemble a molecule.

I’ll use Wikipedia, Wiktionary, and other public-domain references for definitions.

In chemistry, a dehydration synthesis or reaction is a chemical reaction that involves the loss of water from the reacting molecule or ion. Dehydration reactions are common processes, the reverse of a hydration reaction.

Natural dehydration synthesis is used in natural biological systems to synthesize biological polymers such as carbohydrates, nucleic acids, and proteins.

A polymer is a substance or material consisting of very large molecules called macromolecules, composed of many repeating subunits, called monomers.

In natural dehydration synthesis, a monomer covalently bonds with another monomer, releasing a water molecule in the process, and forming a chain of monomers.

Some examples of dehydration reactions in organic chemistry are esterification, etherification, nitrile formation, ketene formation, and alkene formation.

Esterification, in organic chemistry, is any reaction (typically between an acid and an alcohol) that results in the production of an ester.

Alcohol, in organic chemistry, is any of a class of organic compounds (such as ethanol) containing a hydroxyl functional group (-OH).

Hydroxyl, in chemistry, is a univalent radical or functional group (–OH) in organic chemistry; present in alcohols, phenols, carboxylic acids and certain other classes of compounds.

A functional group, in organic chemistry, is a specific grouping of elements that is characteristic of a class of compounds, and determines some properties and reactions of that class.

Ester, in organic chemistry, is a compound most often formed by the condensation of an alcohol and an acid, with elimination of water, which contains the functional group carbon-oxygen double bond (i.e., carbonyl) joined via carbon to another oxygen atom.

I’ll continue in part 2.

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Allen Young

The transhumanistic Asian-American man who publicly promotes and advances AI, robotics, human body biotech, and mass-scale outer space tech.