Saturday, June 15, 2013

Accomplishments of Nature

Earlier I described a series of intellectual and technical accomplishments, which are presumably in some form, based on nature. Scientists and religious adherents seem to agree that nature is 'more original' than humans, most of the time. At least, when you don't factor for time.

Here is an attempt to shortlist Nature's accomplishments:

The grid, tessellation, geometry

The globe, gravity, genesis

Combinatorial organization

Reaction, synergesis, mutation and reaction-time

Properties of matter

Digestion and excretion, cycles of substance properties

The senses, dynamic interactions of matter

Sexual makeup and disposition, exceptional characteristics

Thinking disposition, principle of guidance

Competition and ecology



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