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Another CodeWarriorz Thoughts Site - Order out of Chaos - No Supernatural Watchmaker Needed

Another CodeWarriorz Thoughts Site - Order out of Chaos - No Supernatural Watchmaker Needed
Order out of chaos


Order from Chaos

Those of a more religious bent, are often prone to use the "unseen Watchmaker" argument to argue in favor of there being an invisible intelligence that created the world. They use the analogy of finding a watch in the forest, and argue that it could not just have "evolved", but that there must be an "invisible watchmaker" (GOD?) that created this marvel.

Then of course, they say the human body is far more complex than a watch, and that obviously, something this wondrous and complex, also would demand the existence of an "invisible watchmaker" to explain the creation of something this intricate.

This of course begs the introduction of natural phenomena that has been studied by scientists, in which an apparent higher "order" comes spontaneously from chaotic movement.

One such spontaneous order from chaos is from a " Benard cell ". For more on this, we can look at a web site.

"The Benard cell

The "Benard instabilty" is another striking example of the instability of a stationary state giving rise to the phenomena of spontaneous self-organisation. The instability is due to a vertical temperatire gradient set up in a horizontal liquid layer. The Benard instabilty is a spectacular phenomenom. The convection motion produced actually consists of the complex spatial organisation of the system. Millions of molecules move coherently, forming hexagonal convention cells of characteristic size.

Dissipative Structures
In far from equilbrium conditions, the concept of probability that underlies Boltzmann's order principle is no longer valid in that the structures we observe do not correspond to a maximum number of complexions. Neither can they be related to a minum of the free energy F = E - TS. The tendency towards levelling out and forgetting initial conditions is no longer a general property. In this context, the age-old problem of the origin of life appears in a different perspective. It is certainly tru that life is incompatible with Boltzmann's order principal but not with the kind of behaviour that can occur in far-from-equilbrium conditions.

Classical thermodynamics leads to the concept of "equilibrium structures" such as crystals. Benard cells are structures too, but of a quite different nature. That is why we have introduced the notion of "dissipative structures", to emphasise the close association, at first paradoxical, in such situations between structure and order on the one side, and dissipation or waste on the other. Heat transfer was consdered a source of waste in classical thermodynamics. In the Benard cell it becomes a source of order.

The interaction of a system with the outside world, its embedding in nonequilibrium conditions, may become in this way the starting point for the formation of new dynamic states of matter - dissipative structures. Dissipative structures actually correspond to a form of supramolecular organisation."

Here is another site dealing with such a phenomenon.
http://www.mpi-dortmund.mpg.de/departments/swo/markus/hp1.php3

" OSCILLATING REACTIONS AND CHEMICAL WAVES

We have investigated periodic and turbulent waves in excitable media and, in particular, in the Belousov-Zhabotinsky (BZ) reaction. We found that turbulence can be induced by high light intesity or low catalyst concentrations (in the Ru-catalyzed reaction) by oxygen, or by methanol.

The different spatiotemporal modes were analyzed by correlation analysis of video images, and they were simulated both by cellular automata (CA) and by partial differential equations. The figure below shows CA-simulations of three-dimensional waves.

There exist conditions for which a short light pulse can cause splitting into a forwards and a backwards running wave. If this is done with a spiral wave, the two resulting spirals annihilate each other.

Due to the formal analogy (analogous form of differential equations) between the BZ reaction and heart muscle, BZ-turbulence is comparable to the fatal heart fibrillation. Moreover, considering that light in the BZ-reaction corresponds to electrical current in the heart, the annihilation of spirals points to a method of controlling heart tachycardia. Formerly, we investigated the physiological clock (of yeast) due to oscillating enzymatic breakdown of sugar. Considering the coupling to membrane transport, one obtains, under certain conditions, chaotic biorhythms.




Examples of 3D waves in an excitable medium (simulations)

"

The Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction is indeed an interesting and well studied example of this "order out of chaos" phenomenon. Here is an interesting page on it. http://online.redwoods.cc.ca.us/instruct/darnold/deproj/Sp98/Gabe/



Here is a mathematical explanation of the Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction.
http://www.cheng.cam.ac.uk/~mkraft/pages/teaching/CETIIB-StoMo/WebModule/bz/node7.html

"

Algorithm for the Belousov-Zhabotinsky system


(1)
Initialize variables , , , for and .


(2)
Calculate










where .



(3)
Generate
waiting time

reaction index



(4)
Perform reaction







(5)
Update time:


(6)
If then goto (2). "
And, here is yet another page on this fascinating reaction
http://www.ux.his.no/~ruoff/BZ_Phenomenology.html
Ways how the BZ Reaction is Studied:
Chemical Wave Propagation
Study of the BZ reaction in a thin unstirred layer of reacting solution, where concentric waves ("target patterns") or spiral waves are developed. This system is almost exclusively studied with ferroin and malonic acid as substrates. Note that chloride ions have to be avoided because they may act as inhibitors. The reacting solution is normally spread out as a thin film with a few millimeters thickness in a petri dish (diameter ca. 10 cm). After a certain time blue oxidation fronts which propagate on the red background (reduced ferroin) develop.


From left to right: Propagating oxidation waves in an unstirred layer of the ferroin-malonic acid BZ reaction. When the wave is broken at a certain point (for example by a gentle airflow through a pipette) a pair of spiral waves develop at this point.



 

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CodeWarriorz Thoughts - ENewsBlog: "Why Eros is more practical than Agape2005-03-03 18:11:49
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Why Eros is more practical than Agape2005-03-03 18:11:49
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Let's venture into this world of love people are always pontificating about.

In more philosophical literature, they make a distinction between so-called "agape" and "eros" love. Traditionally and superficially, agape, is Greek, and is meant to indicate the "love of your fellow man". Now, while this sounds quite Christian and high minded, it basically is talking about this generalized type of good feeling toward your fellow humans.

From http://mb-soft.com/believe/txw/agape.htm , we read

"General Information

Agape is a Greek word translated in the New Testament of the Bible as "love" or "charity." Agape is ranked by Christian moral theologians with faith and hope as a basic virtue, and Saint Paul called it the greatest of the virtues.

The name agape was given, also, to an early Christian love feast, an evening communal meal held in connection with the Lord's Supper. Its origin is found in the chaburah, a fellowship meal of late Judaism. If, as is probable, the chaburah was observed by Jesus and his disciples, its adoption by the young Christian church was entirely natural. At the agape, food brought by the people was solemnly blessed in advance of the repast. The Eucharist (consecration of bread and wine) either preceded or followed the agape. About the beginning of the 2nd century the Eucharist was detached from the communal meal and transferred to the early morning. The agape lingered in some Christian communities until the 3rd century."

It is this general feeling of love for others...kind of a Pollyanna-ish feeling of oneness and love with the rest of humanity.

I submit that this is an unrealistic notion and in the end, ultimatly, impractical. The image of someone walking around in a fog of love for their fellow man, in short, kind of a Stepford wives lifestyle, would quickly fade once one comes in contact with a few, all too real assholes that infect this planet.

Now, people will say..."But Christ loved..." ....

Yeah, well, Christ got crucified for his teachings, and furthermore, he walked on water and raised the dead. If you feel so empowered, be my guest and grab up a big old double handfull of agape love and travel the world on a natural high.

I submit that agape is an abstract, and like MOST abstracts, tends to wilt and melt under the rigors of the daily grind.

Now....EROS on the other hand,...NOW we're TALKIN'~!

From http://www.pantheon.org/articles/e/eros.html
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Eros, the Greek god of love and sexual desire (the word eros, which is found in the Iliad by Homer, is a common noun meaning sexual desire). He was also worshiped as a fertility god, believed to be a contemporary of the primeval Chaos, which makes Eros one of the oldest gods. In the Dionysian Mysteries Eros is referred to as "protagonus", the first born. But there are many variations to whom the parents of Eros really where. According to Aristophanes (Birds) he was born from Erebus and Nyx (Night); in later mythology Eros is the offspring of Aphrodite and Ares. Yet in the Theogony, the epic poem written by Hesiod, it mentions a typified Eros as being an attendant of Aphrodite, but not her son. Another legend says that he was the son of Iris and Zephyrus.

From the early legend of Eros it is said that he was responsible for the embraces of Uranus (Heaven or Sky) and Gaia (Earth), and from their union were born many offspring. It was also written that Eros hatched our race and made it appear first into the light (Birds, by Aristophanes). Although one of the oldest gods, he was a latecomer to Greek religion. He was worshiped in many regions of Greece, at Thespiae there was an ancient fertility cult, and in Athens he and Aphrodite had a joint cult. Also in Athens the forth day of every month was sacred to Eros. Sometimes Eros was worshiped by the name Erotes (which is the plural of Eros); this personified all the attractions that evoked love and desire, this included heterosexual and homosexual allurements. Anteros (the Returner of Love also known as the god of Mutual Love) was the brother of Eros, which comes from the version of which Aphrodite and Ares are said to be the mother and father of Eros.

Eros is usually depicted as a young winged boy, with his bow and arrows at the ready, to either shoot into the hearts of gods or mortals which would rouse them to desire. His arrows came in two types: golden with dove feathers which aroused love, or leaden arrows which had owl feathers that caused indifference. Sappho the poet summarized Eros as being bitter sweet, and cruel to his victims, yet he was also charming and very beautiful. Being unscrupulous, and a danger to those around him, Eros would make as much mischief as he possibly could by wounding the hearts of all, but according to one legend he himself fell in love. This legend tells us that Eros was always at his mothers side assisting her in all her conniving and godly affairs. The legend goes on to say that Aphrodite became jealous of the beauty of a mortal, a beautiful young woman named Psyche. In her fit of jealousy Aphrodite asked Eros to shoot his arrow into the heart of Psyche and make her fall in love with the ugliest man on earth. He agreed to carry out his mothers wishes, but on seeing her beauty Eros fell deeply in love with Psyche himself. He would visit her every night, but he made himself invisible by telling Psyche not to light her chamber. Psyche fell in love with Eros even though she could not see him, until one night curiosity overcame her. She concealed a lamp and while Eros slept she lit the lamp, revealing the identity of Eros. But a drop of hot oil spilt from the lamp awakening the god. Angered she had seen him Eros fled and the distraught Psyche roamed the earth trying in vain to find her lover. In the end Zeus took pity and reunited them, he also gave his consent for them to marry. There are variations of this legend but most have the same outcome.

The Romans borrowed Eros from the Greeks and named him Cupid (Latin cupido meaning desire). Eros has been depicted in art in many ways. The Romans regarded him as a symbol of life after death and decorated sarcophagi with his image. The Greeks regarded him as most beautiful and hansom, the most loved and the most loving. They placed statues of him in gymnasiums (as most athletes were thought to be beautiful). He was depicted on every form of utensil, from drinking vessels to oil flasks, usually showing him ready to fire an arrow into the heart of an unsuspecting victim."

Well... most folks are well familiar with the "little winged boy with the boy and arrows"...i.e. CUPID.

Eros is erotic love, but that makes it sound far too sexy...it is, quite simply, romantic love.



Erotic love, or as I call it, "romantic love" is ultimately EXTREMELY practical. It does not have some ill defined target with some ill defined abstract feeling of empathy. Most of us who are adults have , at one time or another, experienced erotic love, and it forms the basis of new romantic relationships. It is that fast beating pulse, that pounding heart, that excitement you feel at glimpsing the object of your affections.

Erotic love doesn't leave you feeling Stepford like, but instead, enlivens you, empowers you, and gives you specific notions about your target behavior for this loved one. You want to be with them, make them happy, want to do specific positive things with them.

This is indeed PRACTICAL love. It is something you can practice and experience directly, as opposed to this silly form of agape love which people would have you believe is something akin to being a philanthropist with your feelings.

Thus, Erotic love...RIGHT ON....agape...Phooey...who needs it!
:)



 

Capitol Hill Blue: Another fraud used to justify war

Capitol Hill Blue: Another fraud used to justify war

Another fraud used to justify war
By CLIFFORD D. MAY
Mar 3, 2005, 06:24
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The image is as disturbing and iconic as any seen during the many decades of the Arab-Israeli conflict: Mohammed al-Durra, just 12 years old, caught in a cross-fire in Gaza, trembling against a wall, his father desperately attempting to shield him. And then, heartbreakingly, Mohammed al-Durra, shot and killed by Israeli gunfire.

His death, in September 2000, inspired poems - and suicide bombings. According to the 2001 Mitchell report it was one of the events that set off the intifada.

A poster of Mohammed al-Durra is in the background of the video of the butchering of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl. Osama bin Laden used the boy's image in recruitment tapes and began a list of indictments against America by saying that President Bush "must not forget the image of Mohammed al-Durra and his fellow Muslims in Palestine and Iraq."

But there is something most people don't know about this story: It didn't happen the way I described it above. It may not have happened at all.

This is not a new revelation. Back in 2002, a documentary made by the German State Television station, ARD, concluded that Palestinian rather than Israeli gunfire must have killed the child. In June 2003, the veteran journalist James Fallows wrote an article in the Atlantic Monthly presenting "persuasive evidence that the fatal shots could not have come from Israeli soldiers."

More recently, Denis Jeambar, editor-in-chief of the French newsweekly, L'Express, and documentary filmmaker Daniel Leconte, were permitted to review the raw, unedited video of the shooting. They reached the same conclusion. "The only ones who could hit the child were the Palestinians from their position," Leconte told the Cybercast News Service (CBN). "If they had been Israeli bullets, they would be very strange bullets because they would have needed to go around the corner."

What's still not clear is whether Mohammed al-Durra's story was a tragic misunderstanding - or a spectacular fraud, intended to stoke the fires of anti-Israeli hatred and establish, in the public mind, a moral equivalence between Palestinian terrorists and Israeli soldiers.

The original footage of the incident was produced and distributed to news organizations worldwide - at no cost - by the government-owned France 2 television network. Only one cameraman, Talal Abu Rahma, a Palestinian, filmed the incident. None of the other cameramen and journalists present that day witnessed it. The France 2 reporter on the story, Charles Enderlin, was not at the scene. The information for his voiceover came exclusively from Rahma.

At this point, at least, Enderlin does not claim to be sure of his facts. Instead, he says that his assertion that Israelis killed al-Durra "corresponded to the reality of the situation, not only in Gaza but in the West Bank."

Put otherwise, whether Israeli soldiers murdered al-Durra is irrelevant because Enderlin believes that other Israelis have killed other Palestinians. An astonished Leconte told CBN: "I find this, from a journalistic point of view, hallucinating. That a journalist like him can be driven to say such things is very revealing of the state of the press in France today."

Recently, the International Herald Tribune quoted France 2's news director hedging: "No one can say for certain who killed (al-Durra)." But in his report, Enderlin was quite certain: "The shooting comes from the Israeli position," he said; and "One more volley and the child will be dead."

That's not all. Although Israel initially issued an apologetic statement that al-Durra might have been accidentally killed in crossfire, it later assigned a civilian physicist, Nahum Shahaf, to investigate. He, too, determined that the fatal shots could not have come from Israeli rifles. But he went further, concluding that Rahma staged the incident. "Going through the film in slow motion," wrote journalist Stephane Juffa, "he could even see the cameraman's finger making a 'take two' sign, used by professionals to signal the repeat of a scene."

Juffa obtained testimony from "Dr. Joumaa Saka and Dr. Muhamad El-Tawil, two Palestinian doctors of the Gaza Shifa hospital, who said that al-Durra's lifeless body was brought to them before 1 P.M." But France 2 reported that the shooting did not begin until 3 P.M. "How can someone be killed by bullets that were fired hours after he was already dead?" Juffa asks. He believes the answer is simple: The child in the morgue and the child in the France 2 report were different children.

What's more, Philippe Karsenty, director of the Paris-based Media Ratings, notes that Enderlin had initially claimed that the unedited footage included "the child's death throes," scenes too "unbearable" to watch. But the unedited tape contains nothing of the kind.

Because France 2 is government-owned, French President Jacques Chirac could step in and right a wrong that has resulted in hundreds of deaths. To do so, argues Juffa, would promote the peace process because "for peace we need reconciliation and for reconciliation we need the truth."

So far, however, Chirac has shown no interest. And France 2 says it will sue those who "defame" it. Karsenty told me he plans to file his own lawsuit this week. His attorney, he said, is confident. He added: "And he gets paid only if we win."


(Clifford D. May is the president of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies a policy institute focusing on terrorism.)


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