New Speculative Laws of Biology

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May 15, 2009, 2:18:58 PM5/15/09
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1. Just like new individuals are produced with mating between a male
and female, new species are not produced by an accumulation of
mutations but by a hybridization of two species, (closely related or
not species).

2. The less related species are that hybridize the less likely they
are to produce fertile offspring, but the more likely they are to be
foundational fertile offspring are to be in founding higher order
classifications, such as genuses, families orders etc.

3. This hybridization and new species production occurs much more
often during times of environmental disasters such as asteroid
strikes. This is because there is so much widespread destruction,
organisms have much less choice int terms of mates. Additionally the
habitable zones on earth become greatly compressed and organisms
niches overlap greatly.

4. The acquiring of mutations although part of inheritance is more
properly seen as producing species "maturation", "aging" etc. Without
enough accumulation of mutations, a species is not "Sexually" mature
metaphorically speaking, and when crossed with another species, won't
produce anything new, at least when being crossed with another
subspecies that is not differentiated enough. I know this analogy is
breaking down here, but correspondingly I predict that species can die
out due to "old age" due to the acquisition of too many mutations and
(I think) the process call genetic drift although I don't really
understand genetic drift.

5. Selection does exist in nature, but the long term selection that
is most important is not that produce by dictates of survival. In
other words, those that are best at surviving and reproducing and
passing on their genes are in the end not those that pass on their
genes ultimately. In fact at any one time, predicting far in the
future and looking at a current environment, it is not those that are
biggest, strongest, most numerous, most aggressive, most able to look
out for there own interests that survive an environmental disaster.
Rather those that pass on their genes are paradoxically those that
correspond to the Sermon on the Mount named by Jesus, i.e. the
starving, the few, the little, the cooperative, the dispirited...

6. Organisms are not always opportunists as pictured in countless
nature films and tv shows. Rather there is a war between those
practicing resource conservation and maximization and those going
after the easiest meal. In fact this war extends to within the
individual. A truly successful organism is that which practices
perfect resource maximization and the least amount of opportunism when

7. In fact furthermore, organisms are caught in the struggle between
selfishness and selflessness. They are tasked by God (being honest
here) to bear good fruit, which means complete selflessness and making
any of their resources they have gained available in a good feed-on-
able package. However they also have the temptation to take the easy
way out and be parasites, and feed on the fruit of others while not
contributing abny of their own.

8. The struggle between opportunism and resource conservation also
receives expression in whether parasites are allowed to live or are
systematically weeded out by fruit producing organisms. Additionally
there is a struggle between parasiting the fruit producers and leaving
them alone because they are producers and therefore worth preserving.

9. Organism that produce thousands or even millions of offspring are
commonly misunderstood as being interested in only propagating
themselves in a counter-Malthusian way. This present set of
speculation's apologetic explanation of this is instead, the young are
themselves the good fruit and if an individual does not produce
offspring in thousand or millions for others to feed off, then it is
not bearing good fruit and that individual is worthy of being weeded

10. The current laws of inheritance and biology are like Newtonian
Physic, they explain most behavior but missing the power to explain
the subtleties and extremes. The larger context is the laws of life
explained by the Bible. Also after a disaster, life again becomes
clean of parasites and is cooperative. At the end of an age, life
also become at least half parasite and is in danger of complete
collapse unless receiving "treatment" by God through environmental
disaster and its accompanying excessive heating and/or cooling, ozone
stripping etc.


May 23, 2009, 5:37:55 PM5/23/09
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11. Half of inheritance of parental characteristics are Darwinian,
the other half are cultural or even partly Lamarckian.


Jun 8, 2009, 2:39:15 AM6/8/09
to Towards a New Synthesis of Evangelical Christianity and Science
12. I'm not sure if this is covered in the other laws, but, it is not
the organism that is best adapted to surviving that passes on its
genes although this may be true in the short run. Rather in the long
run, those that bear good fruit by completely sacrificing themselves
for their "Friends" genes really show up with the greatest
frequencies, after the "Day of the Lord" periodic global extinction
event. After these events, the individuals and species that have gone
extinct seeming to leave no progeny, their genes will now show up in
the highest frequency. So the most difficult thing of all,
sacrificing oneself for unrelated "friends" or symbiotic fellow
organisms, is a difficult but ultimately wildly successful achievement
by the individual or organism that does it. In a very important way,
it is living by dieing. Perhaps the ultimate result of history is
that these now "God" individuals, species, geneses etc. are
reconstructed. Perhaps man is that reconstructor through Jurassic
Park resurrection of the best of the past. Perhaps God is the
resurrector of man in a similar but more profound way and that is the
final result of history.
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