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One bang one process.

#1  Postby pfrankinstein » Mar 27, 2011 10:12 pm

*The big bang a single beginning denotes a single process, the process = evolution. .

Basic interpretation of [*] = Bang = "Common ancestor".

There has been a shift in the way we view the subject of evolution from the naked perspective of the naturalist, to the look see under the microscope biologist. It would seem that our understanding of the process has becomes more finely with the passage of time. Naked eye/biologist symbolized thus >.

Is there another way to view the subject?

If one accepts in principle the key foundational statement "1 bang 1 process" as a possible truth then the single process of evolution can be symbolized thus >>>

Three chevrons = three main types of evolution operating in/on three different levels, three different environments, three different types of material.

Evolution began with the big bang.

Casually yes everything changes, formally everything *evolves because there are three types of selection

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#2  Postby Scar » Mar 28, 2011 9:34 am

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Re: One bang one process.

#3  Postby pfrankinstein » Mar 31, 2011 9:34 pm

For Scar.

Change in our perception = Naked eye naturalist [Darwin] to that of the biologist with his microscope symbolized thus: >

Open end of the chevron = naked eye, the fine pointy bit microscope. Look. Look closer.

Is there another way to view the process of evolution?

1, If the foundational statement "One bang one process" holds up as truth, ["evolution" began with the big bang], then, symbolically that perspective can be seen as: >>>

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#4  Postby campermon » Mar 31, 2011 9:37 pm

eh?
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#5  Postby Goldenmane » Mar 31, 2011 9:40 pm

There might possibly be something in what you say, but I have not the faintest fucking clue what it might be because I cannot work out what the fuck it is that you are attempting to communicate. My advice to you is to start from the beginning, perhaps utilising things like paragraphs and context, rather than the incoherent disconnected babble we've seen thus far.
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#6  Postby Thommo » Mar 31, 2011 9:40 pm

campermon wrote:eh?


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#7  Postby pfrankinstein » Mar 31, 2011 10:16 pm

Goldenmane wrote:There might possibly be something in what you say, but I have not the faintest fucking clue what it might be because I cannot work out what the fuck it is that you are attempting to communicate. My advice to you is to start from the beginning, perhaps utilising things like paragraphs and context, rather than the incoherent disconnected babble we've seen thus far.


What part of the statement 'one bang = one process' are you struggling with?

Metaphorical supposition.

Is it possible to shake 'Darwin's tree' back to the big bang and forward into the minds of men, to see if an apple will fall.

Where did 'natural selection' come from Goldenmane?

Try to understand, if 'one bang = one process' then 'selection' must have began at the beginning.

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#8  Postby DaveD » Mar 31, 2011 10:25 pm

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#9  Postby Paul Almond » Mar 31, 2011 10:30 pm

pfrankinstein wrote:*The big bang a single beginning denotes a single process, the process = evolution. .

Basic interpretation of [*] = Bang = "Common ancestor".

There has been a shift in the way we view the subject of evolution from the naked perspective of the naturalist, to the look see under the microscope biologist. It would seem that our understanding of the process has becomes more finely with the passage of time. Naked eye/biologist symbolized thus >.

Is there another way to view the subject?

If one accepts in principle the key foundational statement "1 bang 1 process" as a possible truth then the single process of evolution can be symbolized thus >>>

Three chevrons = three main types of evolution operating in/on three different levels, three different environments, three different types of material.

Evolution began with the big bang.

Casually yes everything changes, formally everything *evolves because there are three types of selection

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Re: One bang one process.

#10  Postby pfrankinstein » Mar 31, 2011 10:49 pm

Laughs out loud... LOOK.

Cognitive selection, consciously choosing emerged from 'Natural selection' which is largely unconscious/sub-conscious.

Cognitive selection has applications beyond biology, Science and the gathering of knowledge evolves by descent with modification and by means of *Cognitive selection. [A process of evolution on another level]

*A primitive type of selection began with the big bang.

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#11  Postby pfrankinstein » Mar 31, 2011 11:05 pm

campermon wrote:eh?


Your thoughts campermon.

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#12  Postby NeedAnswers » Mar 31, 2011 11:10 pm

pfrankinstein wrote:Laughs out loud... LOOK.

Cognitive selection, consciously choosing emerged from 'Natural selection' which is largely unconscious/sub-conscious.

Cognitive selection has applications beyond biology, Science and the gathering of knowledge evolves by descent with modification and by means of *Cognitive selection. [A process of evolution on another level]

*A primitive type of selection began with the big bang.

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Life on Earth didn't even start until 2 billion years or so after the Earth was formed. The Big Bang is supposed to have happened 14~ billion years ago. So technically everything is linked back to the Big Bang, and is an indirect result of it. What exactly is it that you're trying to say?
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#13  Postby Mazille » Mar 31, 2011 11:19 pm

Say what? Off you go to where you belong, little thread.
Be happy there and frolic around with the rest of the word salad.
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#14  Postby j.mills » Mar 31, 2011 11:26 pm

NeedAnswers wrote:Life on Earth didn't even start until 2 billion years or so after the Earth was formed.

^ Ah, life on Earth started pretty soon after the planet was formed - like, a few hundred million years later. But your point stands.
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#15  Postby Thommo » Mar 31, 2011 11:27 pm

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#16  Postby Paul Almond » Mar 31, 2011 11:34 pm

I request that the moderators merge this thread with a large shrubbery.
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#17  Postby Animavore » Mar 31, 2011 11:36 pm

Ah! I get it!














It's a play on pzombie. Isn't it?
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#18  Postby hackenslash » Mar 31, 2011 11:38 pm

Could we have some of that in English, please?
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#19  Postby NeedAnswers » Mar 31, 2011 11:58 pm

j.mills wrote:
NeedAnswers wrote:Life on Earth didn't even start until 2 billion years or so after the Earth was formed.

^ Ah, life on Earth started pretty soon after the planet was formed - like, a few hundred million years later. But your point stands.


Hmm, yes bacterial life I should have taken that into consideration. I considered 2 billion years the time that ozone had developed strongly and we started seeing major changes in the way that life functioned. I'm going to leave this thread alone, it's pretty weird.
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#20  Postby LucidFlight » Apr 01, 2011 12:25 am

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