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What is life?

Ryu

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There was a thread, at one point that discussed the concept of what life

is and what it entailed, naturally when one thinks of "life" we automatically think of living beings from microscopic bacteria to the 

leviathan great blue whales and generally we would be correct but as I pondered this idea I couldn't help by ask myself 

if this was entirely accurate.

In short, is our concept of life a bit myopic? Just as there are many types of love, there are also many types of life too. 

When we look at physical matter, it is really just forms of energy that, when coalesced, oscillate at a particular frequency. It seems that there is not "energy versus matter" it is all just...energy 

(again for the purposes of conversation, I use the term energy as a collective term out of convenience).

 

 

When you break down matter (or maybe the term energy pattern is more appropriate) you have a tiny, imperceptible particle of energy. 

It is tiny, and maybe that little particle is weak but it is there, it oscillates and affects an area of space around it no matter how large or 

small parameter it is.Now you have trillions upon trillions of these little particles, some move really, really fast and 

there are others that just mosey along at their own pace.

At some point these particles will get bounced around, bumping off of this particle and crashing into others.

Sort of like being in Grand Central Station in rush hour.

Now each particle is able to attract or repel based upon whether those frequencies are compatible with one another, if one particle bonds 

with another, that combined frequency becomes a little stronger and able to attract more and more until their combined frequency can 

attract particles that emanate a stronger energy field. At some point the accumulation accelerates and baring that nothing happens to 

break the bond in the meantime, something will be formed. 

 

What it will be depends, I suppose, on the particles that are accumulated.

Now one might ask how this constitutes "life" and it is a good inquiry, really. I suppose one of the ways "life" could be defined is the accumulation and maintenance of coalesced particles, bonded so strongly that they are able, by their energetic nature, to maintain a position on the 

energetic celestial gear works of the cosmos such as a solar system.

I would even surmise that even biological life assists in this process (this will relate to my other article on 'Lifestream') by creating its 

own unique sets of frequencies that support not just the planet it is on but forms a sort of "net" that connects to all in the universe.

(Yeah, for lack of a better term I am forced to rely on the heavily over-used and worn out of 'We're all connected' platitude. Sorry)

 

 

Again if you have read through to the end then I once again am grateful for your patience

and I may add more later.....maybe.

And if you are totally confused then you are in good company, so am I!



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StarMountainKid

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Nice idea (and your previous post here). There's a theory that consciousness is a fundamental aspect of the Universe, and the more complex a system becomes, the more consciousness it gains. Simple systems I suppose are conscious only of themselves in a primitive way.

Life, after all, is consciousness, whatever its degree. It's all based on energy, whatever that energy is. I think energy is the fundamental aspect of the Universe. Mass + Energy. 

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Aquila King

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If consciousness is in fact a form of energy itself, then your reasoning here sure does make sense.

I'm personally skeptical of the idea that there are multiple different 'forces' of nature, because those forces had to be determined by some other force.

Makes more sense to me that there perhaps isn't a multitude of anything. Merely various shapes and forms of the same thing.

Idk, now I'm ranting. I'm tired and going to bed. Thanks for the deep thoughts though, I do appreciate it.

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