“Can we make free choices, or are we determined by our environment? Is science on the right path? Can we predict love? These and other questions are discussed.”
“There is no thing endowed with life—from man, who is enslaving the elements, to the nimblest creature—in all this world that does not sway in its turn. Whenever action is born from force, though it be infinitesimal, the cosmic balance is upset and the universal motion results.”The article also digs in to the “religion needs to be discarded” issue; and in its place put the modern physical science framework of moral movement.
|Bossens' 2013 book Debates of the Hmolpedians, wherein he discusses his newly-learned views on hmolscience, in regards to questions on the defunct theory of life, biology, free will, prediction, DNA, human molecular theory, among others. |
“[Human thermodynamics] is a branch of science that attempts to predict the behavior of people via chemical and thermodynamical equations. It is an interesting philosophy, a change of paradigm, perhaps even leaving having a broader explanation for human behavior than Darwinian evolution. Human thermodynamics can also be useful as a new framework for the origin of life. For instance, Libb Thims, proposed online that the idea of Darwin’s ‘dark pond’ which suddenly sprang to ‘life’, is not a very coherent one, and that it would be much more creditable and parsimonious to have as a rule that molecules bond and form ever more complex beings. Libb Thims also proposed a ‘human molecule’ where people are attracted to each other by chemical bonds. All this I believe to be a reasonable explanation: even if Darwin’s theory is still correct, they approach of thermodynamics and chemistry is a much more simple, and at the same time broader view. If the concept of biology is somehow redundant, then we must study it by means of chemistry and physics.”Biology ≠ Defunct term
“Low-level consciousness, as in ‘reacting’, which even ants can do, could be explained by introducing the idea that quanta have some kind of ‘awareness’, and that they react to an observer’. Or you could explain this by the more simple postulate that chemical molecules react to each other’s presence and that this explains why even non-living things can react and seem to be conscious. How to explain the reacting to the observer, or rather the act of measurement, is not clear. Anyhow, it seems that quanta do not have eyes, and therefore are not ‘aware’ in the traditional sense that we are observing them. They might react as they do, but this has nothing to do with the ‘awareness’, no more than a molecule could react if another molecule is placed in its vicinity.”
"The laws of motion and the state of a physical system at a given moment in time unambiguously and uniquely determine the state of the system at all other moments of time, both in the future and in the past."
|Libb Thims||A type of advanced “intellect”, possibly a 30-40 element molecule (in the sense that a human is a less-intelligent 26-element molecule), that would be able to look down at us and measure and calculate our reactions to each other (in terms of thermodynamic variables) the way we do in calculating statevariables in thermodynamic tables. ||Thermodynamic determinism: An entity that is able "predict" human chemical reactions, in the same way we predict chemical reactions by measuring free energy.|