Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Conservation of Life (Part II)

What do I mean by a conservation of life? Since the key to quantum physics (subatomic realm) is 1. Symmetry and 2. Twelve Laws of Conservation, then why can’t we make the same hypothesis with Life in our reality? Like an electron pair, each human or living organism has an equal but opposite living organism located someone in our world or universe (or maybe even an equal but opposite group of organisms). There are hundreds of variables that make up the human persona. For instance, I like to classify humans in terms of “usefulness”. What makes up “usefulness”? Goodness (Saint, Evil), Accountability (unaccountable), Reliable (unreliable), Honest (dishonest) Intellect (High IQ, Low IQ, Anti-High IQ, Anti-Low IQ), Wealth (Rich, Poor, Anti-Rich, Anti-Poor), and so forth. A useful person is one that is good, reliable, accountable, and honest. A useful person can be smart or have a low IQ (anti-low IQ). A useful person can be rich or poor (anti-poor). For instance, a smart person can use their intellect (anti-high IQ) and their wealth for evil (anti-rich). On the contrary, a poorer person with a lesser IQ may not have money and intelligence, but they can still be good, honest, reliable, accountable and useful (anti-low IQ and anti-poor). Since people with high intellect and wealth have the most opportunity to be useful through creating jobs, donating to charities, and formulating companies / charities, then if someone with wealth and intellect does not follow this trend I call them anti-rich and anti-high IQ. Conversely, useful people without the means of intellect and wealth are called anti-poor and anti-low IQ.

All elements of life (usefulness) are conserved. My view of conservation is not like it is in science such as the conservation of mass-energy (one of the same). Conservation of mass-energy says the amount of mass-energy in the universe is conserved or always remains the same. I see life and all of its usefulness variables fitting on a probability density curve (the symmetrical bell curve). For instance, when a teacher grades on bell curve he or she may hand out a few A’s and F’s, a few more B’s and D’s and even more C’s. Likewise, a bell-curve for intellect (IQ) would have an equal number of populations above and below the global or universal median average. Most of the population would be located between +/- 1 standard deviation of the median average (68% of the population exists in this region - these are the C’s in the teacher example). The population will go down steadily between +/- 2 standard deviations (28% - B’s and D’s in the teacher example) and only about 4% of the population will have an intellect that is +/- 3 standard deviations (A’s and F’s in the teacher example). Outside of +/- 3 standard deviations approximately 0.2% of all people exist. For example, the average median IQ is about 100 and each standard deviation is about +/- 15. Hence, the first standard deviation lies from 85 to 115, the second deviation lies from 70 to 85 and 115 to 130, and the third standard deviation lies from 55 to 70 and 130 to 145. The bell curve is also useful to measure personal wealth and it can also be used to plot the global population for goodness, accountability, reliability, and honesty. For instance, most people may be good but a smaller group of people may be evil or saints (the 3rd standard deviation). The population will vary incrementally from Evil to Saint in terms of Goodness. Conservation of wealth, intellect, and usefulness is to maintain a certain median average. Once the average changes or the bell curve skews to the right or left, chaos is created in our life system and events occur to correct it so life is conserved. It is possible to say for instance that the average median income can rise faster (adjusted for inflation) over time, but that may be offset by the fact that more wealth was earned through illegal means or is being used for bad intentions (evil).

These events are reactions to every choice we make (free will). The events can be small or big, they can be organized or chaotic. People can react to your blog or conversation both negatively and positively. An event can be life or death. Global chaos events can be demonstrated by terrorism or war and even by natural disasters such as earthquakes, hurricanes, and tsunamis. Free will decisions cause universal events which continue non-stop throughout the universe to conserve life.

Our decisions (free will) may discriminate, but I do not believe that universal events reacting to these decisions discriminate by ethnicity, gender, or even form of live (human, animal, or plant).

I always lived by the rule that it was the job of every human being to improve themselves over the course of their lives. Suppose that I am achieving that goal and I am becoming a better person. I am more useful in the universe because I am helping others. For example, suppose I help pull someone out of poverty so they can be more useful to their family. However, that means somewhere in the universe some living thing is doing worse and becoming less useful. Life and usefulness is conserved.

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