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 Post subject: The Doctrine of Life
PostPosted: Mon Mar 27, 2006 11:14 pm 
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An Appeal to Order

From a biological perspective, life itself arose in opposition to the laws of Nature, namely the Second Law of Thermodynamics, whereby any given system is inclined to disorder, or entropy, by which it is meant that the potential energy in the system becomes less than it was initially. The macromolecules which are necessary for facilitating life processes are synthesized against the Second Law serve but one purpose: to provide the organism with the proper means, on a micro-level, to employ this selfsame Law on behalf of existence, utilizing the downhill schema to create energy from decomposition reactions.


http://anus.com/zine/articles/vazul/doctrine/

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 Post subject: Re: The Doctrine of Life
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Vazul wrote:
An Appeal to Order

From a biological perspective, life itself arose in opposition to the laws of Nature, namely the Second Law of Thermodynamics, whereby any given system is inclined to disorder, or entropy, by which it is meant that the potential energy in the system becomes less than it was initially.


Or, it could just mean that no process is 100% efficient, not that processes themselves are impossible. :roll:

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 Post subject: Re: The Doctrine of Life
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Vazul wrote:
An Appeal to Order

From a biological perspective, life itself arose in opposition to the laws of Nature, namely the Second Law of Thermodynamics, whereby any given system is inclined to disorder, or entropy, by which it is meant that the potential energy in the system becomes less than it was initially. The macromolecules which are necessary for facilitating life processes are synthesized against the Second Law serve but one purpose: to provide the organism with the proper means, on a micro-level, to employ this selfsame Law on behalf of existence, utilizing the downhill schema to create energy from decomposition reactions.


http://anus.com/zine/articles/vazul/doctrine/






Golly, that there sure is a fancy way of saying "Sh*t Happens!"


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Golly, that there sure is a fancy way of saying "Sh*t Happens!"


What do you expect from a website called "anus.com"?


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Golly, that there sure is a fancy way of saying "Sh*t Happens!"


What do you expect from a website called "anus.com"?



Something Anally Retentive so the Sh*t won't spread. :wink:

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 01, 2006 2:32 am 
I wonder what happened to Sandra's rather uncharitable critque of the little essay?

It appeared to have been within the rules....

I mean...I believe she said it was fascism being espoused...not that a fascist was espousing it. :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: The Doctrine of Life
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SiberD wrote:
Vazul wrote:
An Appeal to Order

From a biological perspective, life itself arose in opposition to the laws of Nature, namely the Second Law of Thermodynamics, whereby any given system is inclined to disorder, or entropy, by which it is meant that the potential energy in the system becomes less than it was initially. The macromolecules which are necessary for facilitating life processes are synthesized against the Second Law serve but one purpose: to provide the organism with the proper means, on a micro-level, to employ this selfsame Law on behalf of existence, utilizing the downhill schema to create energy from decomposition reactions.


http://anus.com/zine/articles/vazul/doctrine/






Golly, that there sure is a fancy way of saying "Sh*t Happens!"



:lol:


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