From: Joel.M Dimech (email@example.com)
Date: Sat 29 Oct 2005 - 12:32:58 GMT
> No, this is a misrepresentation. Science is about logical cause-and-effect hypotheses backed up by experimental evidence.
There is a little problem in what you are claiming. Experiments in biology do not provide the environment of nature, at the best the observed results are special cases, and sometimes they display outcomes that would never exist in nature. When it’s about mammalian eggs, it’s impossible to experiment and to observe the general case. To take the egg out of the female organism causes its primary synergy to break off, energy-momentum vector and kinetic total momentum turn to be separated. In all experiments on the mammalian egg, the development of the embryo proceeds on the basis of the total kinetic moment of the egg, and not on the usual basis of the energy-momentum vector. At the level of information process what is observable is never the general case of nature. Experimental evidences are then evidences of events that occur if, and only if the primary synergy of the egg has been broken off in the first place.
As long as you and others claim that very special cases, the outcomes of one or several synergy breaks, are the general case of nature, there will be controversies and debates.
The human mind is synergic, even if people are not knowledgeable in biology, any one intuitively knows the difference between synergy and breaks of synergy; any one has experienced the two kinds of event all along childhood. Breaks of synergy are the most frequent and painful events that occur in children from 0 to 3 years, and up to 6 years old. These events occur each time our primary function, kinaesthesia, is altered to fit into new perceptual and motor acquisitions. At these moments of alteration, little ones loose kinaesthetic (synergic) motor and perceptual capacities. The only thing that doesn’t change too much, which is compatible with the visual-brachial perceptual-motor coupling that rests available, is the perception of light. The phobia about darkness in children is just the phobia about breaks of synergy, the phobia about the loss of synergic functioning. Young children construe “to turn off the light” equals “to turn of my life if by any chance the hateful and usual event happens to me, no light = no possible link with myself and the real world”.
You want to fight against a so deeply rooted terror, the phobia about synergy breaks? Personally I have no taste for fighting a loosing battle.
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