Hyaluronic Acid (HA): A Shape-shifting Replica of Ezekiel’s Wheels
Dr. Raymond (Major Ray) Turner, a Portsmouth, Virginia notable, scientist, educator, and executive dean (retired), is the creator of theobiology.com. Currently, Turner is Sigma XI Emeritus (Harvard chapter). Furthermore, he has several earned degrees in chemistry, which include a M.S. degree from Fordham University plus M.S. and Ph.D. degrees—with distinction—from what is now the New York University School of Engineering.
Turner was a post-doctoral fellow at Harvard U. School of Public Health and Tufts U. School of Medicine. His final research appointment was at the Center for Materials Science and Engineering, MIT (1/06-12/08). Now in his retirement, Turner shares results from his ultimate research project. While a research affiliate at MIT, he discovers the “HA temple veil” within us. Hidden gospel messages found within the HA veil convinced Turner to devote the rest of his life to spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ (Yeshua). He created the theobiology blog to show the world that we are the temple of God and the Spirit is within us (1 Corinthians 3:16). See my testimony.
The Founder’s career highlights include several appointments: Senior Research Technician at Cornell University Medical College, Research worker at Columbia University College of Medicine and Research Affiliate at MIT (1/2006-12/2008).
Also, Turner rose from an assistant professor of chemistry and math to a tenured full professor at Roxbury Community College (Boston). As the Executive Dean (retired) of Roxbury Community College, Turner returned to research at MIT to complete his life long passion.
In 2006, Turner became a city notable in the City of Portsmouth, Virginia based on his STEM projects (MIT publication). In 2006, the names of Dr. Turner and 11 other notables were inscribed on individual bricks at Fort Nelson Park, Va. His decade long STEM program, the MATRIX, became an integral part of UROP at MIT in 2006.
As a Mustang, Turner served with a combat infantry platoon in Vietnam and as a commissioned officer in the United States Army Reserve. Honorably discharged twice, he is a member of the DAV and the VFW.
Major Obsession or the inexpensive e-book version tells the story of the author–a former army major–who is a native of the seaport city of Portsmouth, Virginia. Opportunities for African-American youth were extremely limited at that time. As the grandson of a Pentecostal minister from Dominica, West Indies, Turner survives overt racism and disillusionment during his early years in the south. Unfortunately, this experience continues during and after the Vietnam War. Discontented, Turner bravely leaves home and hitch-hikes to Brooklyn seeking adventure. Above all, Turner tells how he overcomes every obstacle of war and peace to meet his goals. For this reason, the author’s major obsession is to prove to others that they are wrong about him. Presently, the author devotes his life to presenting the gospel of Jesus Christ to the world.
Identifying the Biological Temple Veil
If the flesh is our veil, after death our souls will need the Spirit to take us into holy places. As perhaps one of the most consequential scientific discovery ever made, this author identifies the living temple veil, hyaluronic acid (HA), as a pattern of the Hebrew temple veil (Exodus 26: 1-4). Without a doubt, this discovery confirms the Gospel. In addition to the temple veil described by Moses, “Ezekiel wheels” patterning (by Haxaire et al when compared to Ezekiel 1:7-12) and HA hydro-images give accurate accounts of the “message of the Cross”. I am eternally grateful to God for giving me this soul-saving message in these last days. I pray that I will be able to reach as many as I can with the Gospel as long as there is breath in my body.
Dedicated to the memory of Dr. Herman F. Mark for his personal letter of recommendation after I completed my doctoral degree at the now NYU School of Engineering.
Picture of President Jimmy Carter presenting the National Medal of Science to the Late Dr. Herman Mark in 1983. Given to me that day at the now NYU School of Engineering, an historical landmark for Polymer Chemistry.
Also to my grandfather, Reverend Joseph Ely of Roseau, Dominica, who left home for El Callas, Venezuela in a 20-foot sloop in 1889. After digging for gold with his brother, he arrived in New York City on March 10, 1896 to see his father.