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is a virus not something that feeds off something else meaning humanity itself is a virus? at present it appears we are overpopulating the earth and draining it of it;s natural resources. ever seen the matrix? lolhumanity after all is just another cluster of cells feeding off the earth. within each virus is another virus to the molecular level, thats the food chain? viruses to all levels are within us at all times - its only when our immune system is at it;s lowest that the virus takes over. causes for our immune system being low can range from constant bad diet, stress and discontentment within. thats why intelligence can be a curse sometimes too many questions! meditation is key to finding some balance there.survival of the fittest will mean we or the virus will attack weeker or older cells first theoretically leaving only strong ones left to multiply, kinda like ethnic cleansing. that could bring reasoning to racism also. when you throw a foreign cell in the works it gets rejected again and again until its ready to be accepted. 90% of humans i deduced are plain stupid - no self awareness do today what was done yesterday, give me the boy to age 7 and i'll give you the man is how it roles just like every other mammal so if you take a black man and throw him in a white community. the "cells" will reject him. books have been written about the exact similarities to the human race as to cellular make up of the human body - formation of cummunities, rejection of foreign cells, attraction, reproduction and death. the cellular make up of us is a mirror image of humanity and imagine our body as being the world.
Question: How can systems of primordial and inorganic chemical reactions with the help of external energy can avoid chemical equilibrium and go towards a constantly increasing complexity state?Answer: First of all, if you have a large number of initial substrates and they are reacting with other bidirectly, then the number of substates will be increasing by time. Additionally, at the time that organic molecules with different stereochemistry will be formed, then the possibility of equilibrium will be virtually vanished, as now the possible ways of molecular interactions would be infinite. In fact, after some time, only organic-based reactions will be present and selected, because all the others would be lost in equilibrium.In conclusion, we see that a perpetually increasingly complex system of organic chemicals with infinite stereochemical variations can easily be created, provided there is a source of external energy in the system. As a result of this complex system, nucleic acids will be formed (inevitably), as well as membranes. Thus, the latter are both not necessarily the starting point of life, as they can easily occur as a consequence of life.