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Posted by Alexander on December 23, 2001 14:41:49 UTC

First; according to Paul Davies' book "The Fifth Miracle"; the "specific randomness" of DNA HAS NOT been explained; the alleged links of Alex bewteen math and biological life ARE SPECULATIONS such as to amount to a brand of religion!

DNA works exactly as organic chemistry prescribes. Chemistry is quantum mechanics, which in turn is math. Read any good biochemistry textbook. Gaps in matching behavior of complex system with predictions of simplified models is due to NOT including (or not knowing) important mathematical conditions in the model.

What could be the "beam" in the eye of physicists and mathematicians, that blinds them? Could it be that little symbol, the "equals" sign (=), that appears all over the place? Like a sun, it baths their landscape in light? or like a cloud; obscures the real sun?

To exist at all; requires NON-EQUIVALENCE. Because for A to be the same in every way as B; includes therefore same dimension, same place, same time, same this, same that, same name'd have to just say "A" for that!

So the very existence of something requires non-equality; difference!

So, what is the difference among, say, electrons?

Location in space or time does not matter (=nothing depends on location) as we see from the fact of existence of momentum and energy conservation laws.

So, what is the DIFFERENCE between any two electrons then?

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