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Minerals Cannot Become Everything

 
Wretch Fossil
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Minerals Cannot Become Everything
Wolves cannot turn into sheep. Peas cannot turn into pumpkins. For the same reason, minerals cannot grow into the shapes and sizes of red blood cells and neurons. Red blood cells and neurons cannot grow into a few centimeters across. There are reasons for those facts.

Minerals do not have any reason to grow into the shapes and sizes of mammalian red blood cells and neurons. Shapes and sizes serve for specific functions in life. Minerals have no reason to form the shape of donuts with rims that slope symmetrically outward and inward. The crystal structures of minerals ( [link to en.wikipedia.org] ) do not possess the shape of red blood cells or neurons . Minerals grow by repeating their crystal structures ( [link to en.wikipedia.org] ) Snowflakes form numerous shapes, but their shapes are all symmetric [link to en.wikipedia.org]

In contrast, neurons are not symmetric in shape, do not stack one on another, do not repeat their shapes continuously. Neurons of different shapes stay together as a group, as shown in [link to www.wretch.cc]

The exceptions are when liquids enter into biological cells and crystalize into minerals within cell membranes (pseudomorph replacement described in [link to www.wretch.cc]
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02/24/2012 11:04 PM
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Re: Minerals Cannot Become Everything
Red Blood Cells are made of carbon compounds but they use Minerals inside them.
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Re: Minerals Cannot Become Everything
Fractal self-organization will blow your mind.
Symmetry & order are hard-written into the fabric of the Universe.
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Re: Minerals Cannot Become Everything
The Secret Life of Chaos - 6 parts:

[link to www.youtube.com]
Wretch Fossil  (OP)

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Re: Minerals Cannot Become Everything
New edition:

Wolves cannot turn into sheep. Minerals cannot grow into the shapes and sizes of mammalian red blood cells or neurons. Red blood cells and neurons cannot grow into a few centimeters across. There are reasons for those facts.

Shapes and sizes serve for specific functions in life. The crystal structures of minerals ( [link to en.wikipedia.org] do not possess the shape of red blood cells or neurons . Minerals grow by repeating their crystal structures ( [link to en.wikipedia.org] So, minerals exhibit continuous, repetitive, symmetric shapes in ideal conditions. In non-ideal conditions, minerals exist in numerous shapes and sizes, but not in the morphology of mammalian red blood cells or neurons. On the other hand, non-life nature does not produce conditions or material (substrates) for minerals to form the morphology of those cells. The exceptions are when liquids enter into dead biological cells and crystalize into minerals within cell membranes (pseudomorph replacement described in [link to www.wretch.cc]

In contrast, neurons do not stack one on another, do not repeat their shapes continuously. Neurons of different shapes stay together as shown in [link to www.wretch.cc]
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02/26/2012 03:20 AM
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Re: Minerals Cannot Become Everything
What do you feed a plant?

Water and air, and a little bit of nitrogen and some trace elements.

A plant does not grow large by incorporating pre-existing plant cells. It manufactures them from the simplest molecules; from carbon dioxide, from water.





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