My comment in the post titled “I Can’t Escape Anyone’s Biology” at the “Rationalizing the Universe” journal:
Physics is the ground up approach towards understanding biology (and everything else).
The human brain cannot naturally grasp the unimaginable complexity of biological systems, so the scientific rules of biology are seriously challenging to establish with firm consistency (but enough of this ‘duh’ moment).
Granted quantum physics is no scientific picnic of ease, but I digress a bit.
If physicists mathematically sufficiently remove the unproven barrier separating the fabric of space from its occupants (basically a space to energy equation similar to Einstein’s mass to energy one), so dramatically increase spatial flexibility (e.g. a [likely much] more complex dimensional signature possibly, if not probably, exposing the unperceived location of the flow of phenomena such as dark energy, dark matter and gravitons in general, virtual particles, the connection of entangled particles, and so on), then a stronger base of human understanding — that can be leveraged by evolving computers running (likely much) more realistic/complex energy simulations — should strengthen the consistency of biological rules.
In other words, when space and mass are both concluded to be energy, the purely sinusoidal nature of reality (i.e. the absence of objective distinction — including that involving observation itself) becomes scientifically clear, and physicists can then focus firmly upon evermore complex applications of Fourier series (i.e. sine wave combinations, if unclear) — perhaps even to the complexity of fully understanding the tree of life.
For solid example, I would love to see energetic space mathematically connected with the wave function in quantum physics (which I logically, albeit terribly amateurishly, assume is possible).
As an entertainer, entrepreneur, technologist, and personal caregiver with other tasks even outside of those roles, I do not have the resources for this mathematical pursuit, although I am trying to learn more about the math of space today to aid in my scientific proposition. If you have a post on the math of space (or otherwise author one), I would love to read it.
The sine wave is the scientific path (and truest base) of understanding, but physicists continue to focus upon complexity defined to a degree negating that fundamental point — and that must change (preferably now) for physics, chemistry, biology, and cosmology.
Since humanity (including science) is an energetic and seamless part of reality, the relative energetic nature forming sinusoidal shaping (i.e. the shape of sinusoidal constructs is purely contingent upon the shape of energetic perception — shape is purely relative) remains the challenging scientific limit of understanding.
The bottom line here is apply the purely sinusoidal nature of reality to well-established mathematics, and upon success, the reach of science will logically strongly grow.
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