The ideas detailed in these presentations began during my graduate school experience studying biochemistry. They originated with a note of doubt about the accurate representation of natural processes, in particular at the root about the feasibility of a constant speed of light. They are also inspired from a conversation with an instructor in graduate school who indicated that he believed that DNA was unique in the universe. His comment elicited feeling of ambivalence as I was confident that all processes could be accommodated with conventional natural law, the statistical nature of existing natural laws conflicted a unique existence. I have since come to modify my views that DNA is not only unique, and exclusive to living things, but has a much more prominent and natural place rather than as a statistically explainable emergent entity in a universal scheme based on assembly from the pure elements, and has a natural fitting to the world as a whole rather than as a subset of it.
In reading these papers it should be kept in mind that they are arranged in the historical order in which I evolved concepts, reflect progress of my research and are not meant to be construed as straightly an instructive tool to understand new ideas; my views over the course of writing expanded as reflected in the order of presentation of topics. I hope that the lines and sentences at the head of pages with less formal writing shed light for the comprehension of ideas as I passed from stage to stage in my reflections.
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I have recently published a book Uniqueness, Self Belonging and Intercourse in Nature
Lambert Academic Publishing
I have recently published a collection of poems : Cosmological Tendencies : A Changed Complexion at the Menches' Convention
LuLu, USA 2011