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In the above scenario we could have evaporating ponds providing the concentrations, then the cell membranes to protect them, perhaps in a semi-dormant phase, and then the pump.
Only one question: why membrane sodium pump is needed in the potassium pond? In the pond K+/Na+ ratio is the same as in the living cell.
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Prior to the publication, I asked for 60-70 specialists in the West: in which point I'm wrong? All (all!) of them chose to remain silent.
Pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and get back to work researching and developing more effectively persuasive evidence and arguments. Wegener didn't begin letter writing campaigns with laypeople after rejection of his continental drift ideas, he just kept working. He died during a data gathering expedition in Greenland. Don't let the bitterness of rejection cause you to waste your time on Internet discussion boards. Stiff upper lip, old boy, and all that. Keep on pluggin'.