Big bang and an intelligent pregnant woman.

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  1. socratus

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    Mar 26, 2012
    Big bang and an intelligent pregnant woman.
    According to ‘big bang’ the Universe exists 14 billion years.
    Woman gives birth to a reasonable child during 280 days.
    A body made up of perhaps 100 trillion different cells.
    A single human cell contains as much information as a library
    with a thousand volumes.
    Book: “ The unity of Nature”
    “ The information content in the nucleus of a single human cell
    is comparable to that of a library containing a thousand volumes.”
    / page 40, by Carl Friedrich von Weizsacker /äcker

    How can 100 trillion different cells (100 trillion libraries with a
    thousand volumes in each) create a reasonable child ( by the chance )
    during 9 months if according to the Probability theory it is impossible?

    By the chance woman must be pregnant more than 14 billion years
    before to give live to her reasonable child.

    So, before a ‘ big bang’ was an intelligent woman.
    She was pregnant and gave life to a child . . . and . . .. . .
    . . . . after 13.7 billion years and after many generations a child
    invented the ‘ big bang’ theory.
  2. hexreader

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    Apr 16, 2011
    Unkind comments removed - sorry
    Last edited: Jul 31, 2016
  3. BR-549

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    Sep 22, 2013
    It's because the information is symmetrical. The information is folded in symmetry. Information in nature is related in a physical way, not a mathematical way. Symmetry is inherently self correcting. Symmetry can resist much damage and error to the information and still successfully propagate the message.

    All events are controlled by symmetry. It's not chance, it's natural law.

    The question is, can the basic symmetry of matter, evolve to a higher, self propagating symmetries of life?

    It takes nature huge energies, forces and TIME to combine basic symmetries in the stars.

    Yet life can replicate symmetries in no comparable time under room temperatures with very little energy.

    Basic symmetry is a multi billion year + lifespan, life symmetry is but a blink.

    Basic symmetry constantly attacks life symmetry. It's why we die.

    So, where did life come from?
  4. socratus

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    Mar 26, 2012
    Maybe . . . the “symmetrical information” can be pregnant . . . .
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    Jun 26, 2012
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