Human Life

A human life is a semi-independent, individualistic, and socially communicative unit. It starts unexpected in an invisible state and is purely information, which the organism absorbs from the world. It even starts early in life, in the womb, the embryo is already taking up information. Noises, fluids, movements and other forms of energy and information which is presented to new life. Life itself is an information accumulating process.

Life comes into the world through the union of two informational units. Two chromosomal sets find to each other, one from the mother and one from the father. The union of both in the zygote starts a new sequence, the sequence of life. At this moment the cell, which is the smallest unit of biological life, starts to live. Both information units (gene libraries in the chromosomal pool) are contributing their part to the future of this new organism. The combination of these two unique libraries, which cover the same fields of existence and knowledge, produce a singular new life form with an individualistic character. As soon as the chromosomal sets are merged in the first cell of the organism the biochemical information initiate a sequence of processes and procedures. This brings the exponential proliferation of the cell and its division into two, four, eight, and sixteen cells (the blastula). This sequence produces an accumulation of cells, which only with further input of additional information starts to form specialized cells. Before that moment all cells are similar in kind, after the specialization process there exist different kinds of cells with specific characters. Until this point the cells are single units which are so general and basic in their functions that they can become every cell type and fulfill any task. The energy from which they emerge is similar to the energetic base of a bacteria cell. The amount of energy bound in these cells reflect a simple biologic construct. Based on the chemical compounds one can calculate the integrated amount of energy in these cells. The energy which is needed to produce the atoms, molecules and cell compartments. Only after specialization of the cells the level of energy in these cells increases dramatically. Energy can be safed because of more efficient pathways and interconnections of these cells. Through this specialization process an exponential growth of cells starts again. At one point the cell mass divides into the embryo and it’s nourishing partner, the placenta. Both fulfill certain functions based on their information and energy levels, and are bound through the umbilical cord. They are sharing the same space and depend on each other. In the womb the placental fluid is the medium through which the embryo is supplied with all nutrients and therefore its information. The fetus receives at the first weeks and months only its nutritional energy via the placenta directly from the mother. All substances and energies which are reaching the growing cell mass are adding more energy into the life cycle and it’s energy pool. The little organism is fully dependent on the supply by the mothers’ organism. And all molecules and atoms which are received from the host by the embryo will be incorporated and they reflect a certain amount of energy which is added to the embryo’s total sum of energy. The incoming energy represents a certain type of information which is used for further development of the embryo. Energy and information form the fundament of life. All life is energy and information. The accumulation of cells has a large advantage over single cell organisms, these cells share all the same knowledge and information but in a highly specialized way. This professionalism of cells helps to improve the energy balance and to safe energy. More energy means more power for further developments. And so the body is able to reach higher stages of consciousness and being.

After birth the individual organisms are able to collect and build up energy to a stage until they are able to share energy and specialize further. These individuals are exchanging energy and information and establishing a new form of existence. This new kind of energy and information exchange creates a society of individuals who are sharing an abundance of the people’s energy which they use for their support, shield and protection. An energetic umbrella is overstretching the society and shield the shared energy. This invisible energy accumulation is the first stage of energy compositions which produce non-matter constellations. A society produces culture, religion, knowledge and other forms of energetic bound information. These products are other, new variants of life. Life is bound energy and information, bound in a chemical compound, biological body or cultural construct. Life is not only our expected biological organism, life is every kind of appearance of energy and information.

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4 thoughts on “Human Life

  1. This is really good, Olaf! Your use of the word ‘information’ reminded me of a theory which postulated that the world is NOT binary – energy/matter – but possibly tertiary: energy/matter/information. This was the brainchild of the late Evan Harris Walker, a physicist who died in 2006 before ever really having a chance to present the idea fully.

    • Huh, thanks for the hint. That is a fantastic source of information. I will check out Evan Harris Walker’s theory in detail. Great that you took the time for commenting. Cheers!

      • You are most welcome. Back in 2006 we went to a book store to find a book on quantum physics that might relate to our curious view of life, the universe and everything. We had a spirit with us named Yvgeny, who was good at that sort of thing, and when he saw the book, he said, “That’s it!” We bought it and tore through it in nine hours. Then we went looking for him on the Internet. It turned out that he had died three days previous to our getting his book. Needless to say, that blew my mind.
        I don’t know whether you do Amazon or not, but the book is here:

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