'Energy sink' evolution (completing)

Mike Pearson e5079021 at tempest.adsnet.net
Fri Mar 3 11:53:56 EST 1995


The idea of energy sink driving (or pulling) early molecular 
evolution  _does not_ mean that inducing greater disorder produces
more adaptive life forms.  Most likely, some optimum and combination
of inputs disturbed the energy stasis in the right ways to "foster"
earliest life forms.  If it were cybernetic programming, it couldn't
have been more skillful.  However, to try to reassemble the process,
 we don't have to know if it were cybernetic programming.  

A continuum /index  of energy sink phenomena might reveal range of
 effects on various levels of molecular assembly.  

A higher life form (such as a scientist?) does _not_ need to be 
"disrupted" in order to evolve.  Even a fruit fly does not necessarily
become more adaptive when mutated under laboratory conditions.

Simpler unit, such as organic molecules, are the object of this idea.

The idea is not intended to be ideology but speculation in physical
chemistry. 

Mike Pearson
bach of science
e5079021 at tempest.adsnet.net






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