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Old 28.02.2021, 17:38
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I know physicists and math folks are dealing with symmetries and dig in Big Bang big time. But I was thinking about symmetry in natural world, the restrictions and reasons for them, the theories that will interfere. Found my stuff a while back, just waited to have time for this lovely distraction. Gábor Holló hit my spot and not only how it reads in his "Demystification of animal symmetry: symmetry is a response to mechanical forces".

This VTech stuff is great too, drier but an awesome exercise if anyone has a lil time left this ugly rainy weekend, google "Symmetry and Causation: A General Theory of Biological Individuality" by Benjamin Jantzen.

Applied theories are always more fun.
…look where we are now with cloning after three decades...nowhere...nothing symmetrical can exist...theoretically in maths yes, but not in nature...as every second is different...
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