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using logic to explore new theories may provide the best opportunity to discover new paths towards a valid explanation of consciousness/life.
Neutrinos interact very rarely with matter. Their involvement with consciousness therefore seems unlikely.
This topic merely asks a simple question: what is the farthest distance that an animal has traveled
The question has not been answered.
2) Is there evidence that Earth life is possible in deep space?
With regard Neutrinos being the origin of consciousness/life. Wouldn't it be logical?
My logic shows that consciousness/life cannot be caused in the brain or in the individual.
Simple logic makes it evident at first sight: the origin of valuing cannot be value (a simple logical truth¹: something cannot be the origin of itself).
Based on this logic the origin of consciousness/life must lay outside the scope of the individual.
It appears logical that the Sun may be the giver of life
and the Neutrino particle or "Ghost Particle" may be the origin of life.
Neutrinos travel at the speed of light and in exact straight lines. The particles pass straight through stars such as the Sun, and straight through the earth's iron core.
What could explain an act out of itself
Perhaps it is a clue for the origin of consciousness/life.
The provided theory
recently a fourth heavy weight flavor was discovered
It wouldn't really matter whether the theory is valid. It is merely a lead for a possible indication that it may be applicable to question whether Earth life is possible outside a region around the Sun.
the great investments that are being made to live on Mars may be at risk.
Therewith the question: what is the farthest distance that an animal has traveled in space?
Quote from: cleanair on 14/06/2021 18:24:55This topic merely asks a simple question: what is the farthest distance that an animal has traveled I think there are tortoises that are near 200 years old. About 6 billion secondsThe speed of the Sun through space is about 200 km/sSo that tortoise has travelled about 1.2E 15 metresSo what?
Incidentally, if you stand near a nuclear reactor, you get way more neutrinos than usual, and it doesn't make any difference to your consciousness.So, we know, by experiment that the idea is wrong.Would someone please move it to the "That can't be true" section?
It will have increased a little since yesterday but this answer is still pretty close.
I guess we'll know once we try.
the Neutrino-biological cell theory of consciousness/life
It appears strange that no tests have been done to send 🦠 bacteria or 🦗🦟🐜🕷🐛🐌 into farther regions of space. Wouldn't that be one of the first things to test?Is there a specific reason that such tests were never done?
Is there a specific reason that such tests were never done?
Quote from: cleanair on 15/06/2021 13:13:27the Neutrino-biological cell theory of consciousness/lifeIt's not a theory.
Quote from: cleanair on 15/06/2021 13:17:20It appears strange that no tests have been done to send 🦠 bacteria or 🦗🦟🐜🕷🐛🐌 into farther regions of space. Wouldn't that be one of the first things to test?Is there a specific reason that such tests were never done?We can duplicate the conditions of deep space on Earth, so there really isn't any purpose.