The Harmonizer — November 2012
- Charles P:
Thank you for the new information that is updating the old Theory of
Evolution. It is good to see that more science writers are discovering the
principles of natural genetic engineering.
Erwin Schrödinger: …living matter, while not eluding the “laws of
physics” as established up to date, is likely to involve “other laws of
physics” hitherto unknown, which however, once they have been revealed,
will form just as integral a part of science as the former.
H.R. Maturana, The Biology of Cognition (1970/1980): Living systems are
cognitive systems, and living as a process is a process of cognition.
Bhakti Madhava Puri, Ph.D.: Barbara McClintock, Nobel Laureate in
Physiology and Medicine in 1983, was a distinguished cytogeneticist who
made many fundamental discoveries in her early years. By the 1950's she
discovered what are now known as transposons and the theories that explain
how genetic information is used to turn physical characteristics on or off.
Bhakti Madhava Puri, Ph.D.: A concise presentation of how traditional
views of evolution are inadequate to explain the latest research findings,
can be found in molecular biologist James Shapiro's book, Evolution: A View
from the 21st Century (2011). This important new book presents the evidence
that leads to an interpretation of life as characteristically intelligent,
cognitive systems. All these revolutionary perspectives come from
scientists working within the scientific community as colleagues, and not
from the theistically-oriented section.
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