Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Life 1

We think of life as generically forming on certain planets, in a random sort of way.  but this is not the case,  life forms on certain planets in relationship to their energy output.  and at a formula based on the hydrogen wave algorithm,  and on the complexity of carbon atoms.  This means that we can tell how long it will take life to form  sufficiently complex molecules in order to define life.  yes it will take some variance along time,  but these variants will average out over the long haul -  because there are millions of decisions to the made.  There are alternatives,  for example a ice bowl world with  life below a surface glacier,  but these will have a longer destination period.  Thus,  the form of life that we see around us is optimal for looking out in too space,  and dreaming of capturing,  or rather seizing,  the world outside.

One what might think that we should be average in terms of getting out of life,  because that is the way the Copernican principle suggests.  But where not average,  because the sun is not average.  In fact it is a good deal brighter than average,  and this leads to an equation.  Because there are two major factors -  it must be bright enough (the sun)  to achieve life giving properties,  and it costs to have a  certain longevity in order to bring the life form to bear.  Again,  certain life forms ( for example aqueous ones)  have a large step backwards.  It is not that they have intelligence problems,  in fact certain factors allow such life forms to flourish -  for example it is probable that cancer is much lower in them.

Taking these factors together,  one can determine that we are on the front and of the curve,  but by no means at the leading edge -  because one week are not really on the  cutting edge of the solar magnitude -  though we are highly evolved in solar intensity.  This means that we can  statistically you ourselves on a curve.

The first part is the solar intensity curve,  and the second is how warm the carbon curve is. too hot and the hydrogen boils away,  too cold and it freezes.  We are near the edge of it freezing,  because it has done so a number of times.  It is also the case that periodically there has been mass  wipeouts, Which in fact are good for the population in general -  though it means that life itself takes a huge hit.

These being the case -  that life needs to make huge number of hits -  means that we can take the average of life in general,  and calibrating that average as the mean.  this can be calibrated as not the average of all stars, mind you,  but the average of those stars fostering life.  begin then calibrate when the first stars formed life,  and so on down the chain.  when taking this course,  it is obvious that the corruption of life has yet to occur,  but there are at least a few others that have spawned before their time -  that is,  they are  ahead  of us.  but not too far ahead,  because stars with a greater intensity will explode before they sustain life.

Certainly,  certain factors which lead to delay our present.  for example the stars could have been conquered by now,  but that is a statistical anomaly -  because we,  in the generic sense,  have time to get out to the stars,  because we are not in the  main stream of life,  which will be from cooler stars then are sun is.  In a statistical sense -  we have time,  though on an individual sense of time is running out for any particular group of people.

So next step is to create the model.

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