In the News with discussion

Kenneth 'pawl' Collins k.p.collins at
Sat Nov 9 18:41:34 EST 2002

You know?

I was watching a football game [well, two - Texas A & M vs. Oklahoma
and Penn State vs. Tennesee] writing .

Watch a Pro game tomorrow. 'Football' is 'just' Men coming together
in a 'test' with respect to who can climb toe same single
energydynamic fastest per unit 'time', over the duration of the

Such can be 'punctuated' via individual effort to climb the same
energy gradient - just saw a brillian tackle that prevented a

=All= 'sports' are the Same-Stuff.

Just as =all= things Human are.

Even what I do - just 'dragging' Humanity up the downhill energy
gradient, in Loving embrace of the one energydynamic.

You know?

It's =all= "Up the down staircase" stuff :-]

It's why I Know there'll be Joy in the end - just don't know if I'll
be-there to share in-it.

k. p. collins

Kenneth 'pawl' Collins wrote in message
>>So, it's the [energydynamics] -map that needs to
>>be developed, not any so-called 'genetic' map.
>Since it'll probably be the case that the above sentence will be
>remembered, while the discussion in which it derives will not, it's
>best that I go over how it's so.
>Take a walk back to when there was no Live on earth. How can the
>genetic material get it's start?
>There are 'atoms' - formed in the stars - there it was [in the
>stars] - the one energydynamic doing it's thing.
>Then what?
>The 'atoms' form 'molecules' by 'falling' into lower-energy
>'states' - there it is - the one energydynamic doing it's thing.
>Then what?
>The 'molecules' continue to build complexity, and, as in a prior
>discussion, 'molecules' enter into temporary interaction because
>or that 'molecule' rides a down-hill energy gradient when the
>'molecule' is sufficiently close to another 'molecule'.
>If the interaction of the two 'molecules' is such that one of them,
>but not the other, can continue down the energy gradient
>sufficiently, the one will, and the other is ejected, in the process
>being boosted back up the energy gradient because it's no longer in
>interaction with the other molecule. It's served as a 'catalyst',
>will again, as it repetitively follows the 'same' downhill-uphill
>energydynamics 'loop'.
>Then what?
>Reiterate more of the 'same' through augmenting complexity, each
>iteration proceding in a direction that's determined by the
>then-dominant energy gradient, which is always downhill.
>At a particular 'level' in this process multi-'molecule' interaction
>that takes a form analogous to the two-molecule interaction, above,
>occurs. It derives energy from other collections of 'molecules'
>because down-hill energy 'cascades' have developed within its
>structure - the collection of 'molecules' begins a rather-abstract
>form of 'eating'. The collection of 'molecules has 'learned' how to
>climb up the downhill energy gradient.
>Then what?
>Powered by this internal-recreation of the downhill energy gradient,
>complexity continues to augment.
>Because it can 'eat' more energy - climb up the downhill energy
>gradient more-powerfully - if it does so, the collection of
>'molecules' develops 'motility'. At first, such takes only the form
>dynamic conformation changes within its 3-D 'molecular' structure.
>Asymmetric conformation changes impart microscopic 'motility'. This
>tiny 'motility' allows the collection of 'molecules' to climb up the
>downhill energy gradient more powerfully, allowing it to experience
>relatively-more interaction with other collections of 'molecules.
>And so forth.
>Every 'step' is determined by the downhill energy gradient that is
>the one energydynamic that I've been discussing.
>Yeah, at some 'point', self-replication, probably in many forms,
>develop, and eventually, something primitively-like 'DNA' - a
>'molecular' template, will develop, and there'll be something like
>'genes' in there, but they're just going along for the ride on the
>Now walk back to the present.
>Behavior climbs the downhill energy gradient, still, and. to the
>degree that it does, it's host collection of 'molecules' experiences
>enhanced survival. At this 'point', behavior reaches back into the
>'organism' to determine the fate of its 'DNA'.
>It's all the one energydynamic.
>The 'genes' just go along for the ride - they're Nature's
>dynamic-memory stuff.
>But it's the energydynamic that is Nature.
>Get it?
>K. P. Collins

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