The First Human Exoplanet Colony

Imagine a future where the heads of Bill Nye and Neil deGrasse-Tyson are attached to robots to lead a space mission to colonize another planet. When they get there they find a pristine planet like Earth used to be. Forests, rivers and oceans all in their natural state, with no forms of intelligent life present. …

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Evolution

There are many different types of energies flowing within the universe. Energies such as heat, light, gravity, water, and calories; and even emotional and/or spiritual energy is possible. The universe is an ecosystem. Evolution is perceived as the change in individuality over time. Individuality is a physical expression of a place/niche in an ecosystem. Thus, …

The Selection Process

Selection is the physics of energy flowing through an ecosystem. Like electricity flowing through a circuit board. There are four steps to the selection cycle; Chance, Suitability, Competition, and Choice. And like switches in a circuit board, they occur in order; the previous one must be turned ‘on’ before the next is engaged. Chance is …

Competition

Competition is very specifically defined event: A tree growing next to a rock is not competing with the rock. It is simply growing the best it can in the environment it is in. Two trees growing next to one another are not competing. They each are simply growing the best they can in their specific …

Choice

There are instant choices and sustained choices. Most of what we might think to be an instant choice, selecting something from a menu at a restaurant, are just reactions. Reactions are not choices. Sustained choices take a constant effort. A recovering alcoholic must sustain the choice to remain sober. For them, having a drink is …

Individuality

A Prime-individual is the smallest measure of individuality where the individual is capable of evolutionary success despite the failure of others in its ecosystem. Every Prime-individual is composed of Sub-individual Traits that evolve like individuals, but cannot exist on their own. The Sub-individual Trait can either be Dependent, like an eyeball, or Independent, like a …

The Evolutionary Cycle

There are three stages in The Evolutionary Cycle; Physical Mutation, Mechanical Adaptation, and Behavioral Adaptation. Simple life on this planet evolves by random events, jumping from one Physical Mutation to the next. An example of such simple life is bacteria. This initial stage of evolution is highly inaccurate and requires an immeasurable amount of failure …

The 5 Options

In the interest of survival, all life must pursue balance within its environment. When the balance becomes skewed there are five options available: Do Nothing: Doing Nothing is when an individual accepts the judgment of Chance or someone else’s will (which, from their perspective, is also Chance). Migrate (Flight): Migration is when an individual relocates …

The 6 Selection Methods

There are two selection perspectives of evolution; a Yin and a Yang if you will. The masculine perspective(Yin) is Survival, and the feminine perspective(Yang) is Reproduction. (Masculine and feminine are not used here in relation to gender.) There are three selection methods for the masculine perspective, and three selection methods the feminine. The masculine selection …