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Title: How did life first appear on Earth?
Post by: imetheman on 28/09/2017 21:28:19
The moment of the creation of life on Earth occurred at the precise moment that a particular arrangement and construction of inanimate chemical elements combined in such a way that the resulting structure of the 'photoelectric' molecule expanded and contracted in sequence with the 24 hr Sun/Earth cycle of day and night. Before the appearance of this molecule on our planet, the movement of all matter which existed on the surface of our planet was governed solely by the force of gravity and as such entirely predictable.

The repeated rhythmical physical action of movement in 3-D space of the constant acceleration and deceleration of the photoelectric  molecule as it expands and contracts [relative to the velocity of the surface of the planet and the gravitational force of the Sun - as the surface of the planet rotates around it's axis] creates an EM wave of radiation which emanates outward at the speed of light from the surface of the planet at a particular specific wavelength frequency. This EM wavelength of life carries a message which radiates outward into infinity and it is that life is capable of evolving on the surface of this planet. It is important to note that the EM wavelength of life emanates from the surface of the planet only and not from the planet as a whole.

The wavelength of life is a combination of the resonant wavelength frequencies of the orbital velocities which occurs within the Goldilocks zone which surrounds every a star - where water exists in liquid form - and also the orbital velocity at the surface of the planet around it's axis.  The acceleration and deceleration of points on the surface of the planet [at the Planck scale of movement relative with centre of the nearest star at any given moment in time] creates a spiral as it moves through 4 -D space-time. The velocity of the surface of any given planet around it's axis [ie the wavelength frequency of Planck seconds must also accommodate the existence of water as remaining a liquid at the surface of the planet.   

The pre-existence of liquid water on the surface of the planet facilitated the specific formation of the  particular arrangement of the atoms of the photoelectric chemical molecule - otherwise the circumstances required for life to evolve on this planet would never have arisen in the first place.

The frequency of the 3-D movement of the 1st molecule of life, relative to the movement in 3-D space of the surrounding inanimate matter in the environment [which  is wholly governed by the law of  gravity] is in harmony with the combined stellar and planetary EM radiation.

At the precise moment that deceleration in one direction is transformed into acceleration in the 180 degree opposite direction, [at the apex of the expansion / contraction / in out movement] we can say that at some point in time, a particle of matter which exists at the planck scale, could be considered as being static in space before it begins to accelerate in the opposite direction.

According to the laws of physics and gravity which applies to inanimate matter, this particular 180 degree movement of a particle of matter in the immediately opposite direction is totally unpredictable. From the moment that the point particle is regarded as being static and unmoving in space to the moment that the acceleration in the opposite direction completes a distance of 1 Planck length, it can be legitimately stated that the point particle has ceased to exist in either time or space.

As the accelerating particle returns in the opposite direction, it occupies the last known coordinate in space-time of the particle [before all movement is stopped and it disappeared]. The new particle moves back in time to occupy the same coordinate it once occupied in the past.  The subsequent collision which occurs at the coordinate between the old decelerating negatively charged particle and the new identical positively charged returning particle results in their mutual instantaneous annihilation.

This event represents the Big Bang of a newly created universe. However this new universe includes the wavelength frequency of the movement of a living organism within it's geometry. The 1st molecule of life represents the creator of our own universe.               

The calories which are required to move the particle in the opposite direction by a distance of 1 Planck length represents the amount of energy which is incorporated into the equation at the moment of the Big Bang.
Title: Re: How did life first appear on Earth?
Post by: imetheman on 02/10/2017 21:14:01
The award of this year’s Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology to Jeffrey Hall, Michael Rosbash, and Michael Young for their work on circadian rhythms and biological clocks completely validates my theory on the first appearance of life on Earth.