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Thoughts on “chemical bias” – the problem of the chemical interpretation of cellular activity and life in general

Here’s a thought I had: I have always questioned DNA and other aspects of cellular activity.   I have a hard time believing that cellular activity, and life in general, is all based on chemicals and chemical reactions.  I have always … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on Conceptionism

There is something which I call ‘Conceptionism’.  This a term that I use to refer to something that has always fascinated me:  how and why we, and all living creatures, conceive the world and reality.  What is it that makes … Continue reading

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Thoughts on biology and the nature of “life” – the ‘life gravity’

After looking at biology, cell functioning, etc. I find it very hard to believe that “life” is all just some ‘random’ chemical reactions.  I have a hard time believing that, one day, in some pond somewhere, chemical reactions began to … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the visual image and the ‘mind space’ of the brain

 Think of the visual images we see.  Look out and what do you see?  A tree, the sky, a building, a road.  The light from these images goes into the eye and hits the back of the eye, which send … Continue reading

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