Biology Forum Evolution Darwinian Universal, physics and cosmology as a result of Darwinian Evolution.

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      I have a cosmological scenario that can allow atomic physics to be a result of Darwinian evolution. I have a paper detailing the scenario, and following is a sample of what it sounds like. I expect there are those here who have a well developed understanding of Darwinian evolution, and could recognise the merits of what I have to share. Give this a chance, the intrigue is far greater than you might assume.

      Darwinian Universal

      Darwinian Universal is a cosmology and physics theory that aims to provide a comprehensive explanation of the universe’s origin and evolution, as well as the fundamental principles governing its behaviour. This theory incorporates elements of natural selection and evolution, as well as concepts from various fields of physics, such as quantum mechanics and general relativity.

      The Darwinian Universal theory posits that the universe is a dynamic and evolving system, in which structures and processes emerge and change over time in a manner analogous to biological evolution. This includes the formation of galaxies, stars, planets, and the emergence of life itself.

      The theory also proposes that the fundamental constants and laws of physics may not be fixed and unchanging, but could have evolved and fine-tuned over time through a process of natural selection. This could potentially explain the apparent “fine-tuning” of the universe for life, as well as the emergence of complex structures and phenomena.

      1. Darwinian Evolution and the Potential Emergence of Geochemistry as Structural Integrity

      A fundamental prediction of Darwinian evolution is the emergence of structures and processes that promote and sustain integrity. In the context of evolutionary systems, structural integrity is often synonymous with persistence, and persistence is a favorable outcome for Darwinian entities.

      Through this lens, let us consider two seemingly disparate elements of Earth: its diverse chemical composition and the presence of water. The relationship between these chemical elements and water appears remarkably well-suited, as they complement each other in a manner that seems to defy mere coincidence.

      Imagine a hypothetical universe where chemical potentials exist, but there is no solvent capable of unlocking and expressing their full array of possibilities. Such a universe might be a wasteland of untapped potential. In contrast, our cosmos is one where extraordinary chemical potentials coexist with a counterpart solvent, water, which is ideally suited to realizing their full potential. The compatibility between chemical elements and water is so profound, particularly in the context of biochemistry, that it raises questions about the likelihood of such a perfect match arising by chance alone.

      In nature, we observe these elements working together to shape the very structure of our planet. Earth, with its vast oceans and diverse chemical composition, bears witness to the power of geochemistry. The properties of these elements conspire to cement immense sheets of sedimentary rock, transforming Earth’s surface into a rigid, enduring structure.

      This observation aligns with the predictions of Darwinian evolution. The formation of structures and processes that promote and sustain integrity is an expected outcome for Darwinian entities. The fact that Earth’s chemical elements and water work together to build and maintain the planet’s structural integrity lends support to the idea of exploring a Darwinian cosmology, where durability and persistence may be key factors in the evolution of celestial bodies.

      This realization presents a thought-provoking perspective: the emergence of chemistry in the universe may have occurred for knowable, practical reasons. As chemical systems achieved greater levels of interactive sophistication, it could be seen as a precursor or foundation for the later emergence of biochemical processes and, life itself. This perspective invites us to consider the possibility that what may initially appear as an unfathomable mystery “the emergence of life in this universe” could have a logical and sensible explanation.

      Earth, and similar cosmic bodies, can be viewed as potentially evolved entities that have developed intricate geochemical processes to maintain their structural integrity. In this light, it is intriguing to note that Earth’s atmosphere is well-suited to facilitate chemical reactions. This perspective aligns with the concept of Earth as a potentially evolved entity, with life emerging as a remarkable manifestation of chemistry. The evolution of chemical processes within the domain of stars, catalysed by their radiant energy, makes the central role of sunlight in both geochemical and biological processes on Earth more comprehensible and less surprising from this viewpoint.

      The Romans did not invent cement; they discovered it. And if the Darwinian Universal theory holds merit, it invites us to consider the possibility that the universe may have evolved it.

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