OSMOSIS? CAPILLARY ACTION? ROOT PRESSURE?

kkollins at pop3.concentric.net kkollins at pop3.concentric.net
Sun Dec 13 23:20:54 EST 1998


CLARIFICATION:

kkollins at pop3.concentric.net wrote:
> 
> Walter Eric Johnson wrote:
> >
> > Andrew K Fletcher (andrew.k.fletcher at naturesway.demon.co.uk) wrote:
> > : Its mighty quiet out there? is this the calm before the storm or has science
> > : already conceded?
> > :
> > : Surely someone out there must have something to say on this subject?
> >
> > Are you really suggesting that fingernails and toenails are
> > just minerals which "settled to the bottom"?
> 
> I'd not gotten such out of my reading of what Andrew's posted, but if
> that's where he's going, I can offer the following stuff as
> food-for-thought...
> 
> If one views evolutionary dynamics from the perspective of what's
> described by 2nd Thermo (wdb2t), then a pretty-much air-tight case can
> be made in favour of a "suggesti[on] that fingernails and toenails are
> just minerals which 'settled to the bottom'".
> 
> How's it so?
> 
> Take the view that what Life Does is climb the wdb2d gradient, which is
> an =Excellent= thing to do be-cause 100% of the available Physical
> evidence "says" that, no matter where one "looks",  the directionality
> inherent in the wdb2t gradient points =Exactly=, and =Deterministically=
> to increased energy availability (such stands Proven, so please don't
> "buzz" me with respect to such).

CLARIFICATION: Such stands Proven with respect to 100% of available
experimental evidence. K. P. Collins

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