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What is life? [Feb. 2nd, 2010|08:03 pm]
The science of complexity and related research

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Since September i've been working on a project. I have neglected posting about it here because i wanted to really dig in and understand it myself before i felt ready to share or debate.

Basically I want to redefine what we consider to be alive as our reasons for excluding what most consider "inanimate objects" just doesn't make sense to me and I would argue don't make sense even according to our current ideas of what is alive. It also solves the question of when did life "arise" on the planet as its always been here, just in a way that is different than what we think of as life. The earth itself is alive, so instead of there being this almost mystical change over from "inanimate matter" into "life" we have simply an evolution from one form of life to another, molecules into single cell organisms. It makes a lot more sense science usually prefers the simpler explanation.

Anway i've done a lot of writing and a lot more thinking on the subject and most of it is posted on my blog which I welcome you to read, comment on and question with me.

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[User Picture]From: wanderer_avaxxx
2010-02-08 08:09 pm (UTC)
Sayano-Shushenskaya Hydroelectric Power Station Catastrophic threat of ecology of Arctic regions and Northern America from Russia and

Sayano-Shushenskaya HPS http://wanderer-avaxxx.livejournal.com/2495.html
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