Re: Alphabetic History of Civilization: Ancient and Modern



On Jan 31, 11:59 am, Kleuskes & Moos <kleu...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:
On Tue, 31 Jan 2012 11:49:14 -0800, JacobSmith wrote:
Gibberish.

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REPLY:

Gobbledygook.

That would describe the rest of your post quite accurately, but I think
it was directed at Shrubbers excellent reply.



I have included the integrated metabolic processes of myriad cells and
organisms, at the quantum wave level.

Hah! No less than that!

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REPLY:
You did not read the article sent, or could not comprehend
the significant theoretical implications presented therein. I
will offer an elementary digest of the universal concepts.

(1) Biophotons are weak emissions of light radiated
from the cells of all living things. A photon is a single
particle of light. Plants, animals and humans generate
up to 100 photons per second, per .15 square inches
(1 sq. centimeter) of surface area. The light is too faint
to be seen by the naked eye, but biophotons have
been detected and verified using photomultiplier tubes.

According to a leading researcher of biophotons,
German biophysicist Fritz-Albert Popp, light is
constantly being absorbed and remitted by DNA
molecules within each cell's nucleus. These
biophotons create a dynamic, coherent web of light.
A system that could be responsible for chemical
reactions within the cells, cellular communication
throughout the organism, and the overall regulation
of the biological system, including embryonic
development into a predetermined form.
http://www.wisegeek.com/what-are-biophotons.htm

(2) Are humans really beings of light? OR:
Is DNA the next Internet?
http://www.viewzone.com/dnax.html
.. . .
"Veljkovic and Cosic proposed that molecular
interactions are electrical in nature, and they
take place over distances that are large compared
with the size of molecules. Cosic later introduced
the idea of dynamic electromagnetic field interactions,
that molecules recognize their particular targets
and vice versa by electromagnetic resonance.
In other words, the molecules send out specific
frequencies of electromagnetic waves which not
only enable them to 'see' and 'hear' each other,
as both photon and phonon modes exist for
electromagnetic waves, but also to influence
each other at a distance and become ineluctably
drawn to each other if vibrating out of phase
(in a complementary way)." --
The Real Bioinformatics Revolution:
Proteins and Nucleic Acids Singing to One Another?
.. . .
"There are about 100,000 chemical reactions
happening in every cell each second. The chemical
reaction can only happen if the molecule which
is reacting is excited by a photon... Once the photon
has excited a reaction it returns to the field and is
available for more reactions... We are swimming
in an ocean of light."
http://www.viewzone.com/dnax.html

(3) APS » Journals » Rev. Mod. Phys
.. » Volume 75 » Issue 2
Rev. Mod. Phys. 75, 559–606 (2003)
The cosmological constant and dark energy
"Physics welcomes the idea that space contains
energy whose gravitational effect approximates
that of Einstein’s cosmological constant, Λ;
today the concept is termed dark energy
or quintessence."
http://rmp.aps.org/abstract/RMP/v75/i2/p559_1

(4) As suggested heretofore, "I have included
the integrated metabolic processes of myriad
cells and organisms, at the quantum wave level.
http://www.academic-genealogy.com/science.htm#References

(5) Biophotons are weak emissions of light radiated
from the cells of all living things, which together, in
the total Universe, communicate "energy whose
gravitational effect approximates that of Einstein’s
cosmological constant, Λ"; i.e., the "quintessence."

(6) A sub set of this process is found in the modern
technology found in cloud computing, which describes
all data that is floating around in Internet space. In like
manner, biophotons throughout the whole of the Universe,
create a dynamic, coherent web of interconnected light.

Thus, essentially and truthfully, Evolution and
Big Bang are conceptually, statements of a belief
in annihilation, as [defined as "total destruction"
or "complete obliteration" of an object.] This could
only occur if it were possible to create, or in the
Universe, there was a vacuum state. Conversely,
it has been suggested, that even for matter that
falls into a black hole, "information gets imprinted,
forever and ever, onto the surface of that black hole's
event horizon". Therefore, in principle, evolution
is an invalid theory and the Big Bang hypothesis
fails miserably, in replicating or copying the
messages found in the elements and life.

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