Laws of biology vs no laws of physics

By: James V. Kohl | Published on: June 9, 2018

There Are No Laws of Physics. There’s Only the Landscape

In Einstein’s view, if we probed the essence of physics deeply enough, there would be one and only one way in which all the components — matter, radiation, forces, space and time — would fit together to make reality work, just as the gears, springs, dials and wheels of a mechanical clock uniquely combine to keep time.

Reported as:  Physicist concludes there are no laws of physics

It was June 4th, 2018, when Robbert Dijkgraaf, director of the world-renown Princeton Institute for Advanded Study, announced his breakthrough insight. After decades of investigating string theory, Dijkgraaf has concluded that there are no laws of physics.

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In his comment on “Understanding and accounting for relational context is critical for social neuroscience” George F R Ellis wrote: “This is absolutely correct and forms part of the larger concept that top-down causation is a key factor not just in the way the brain works but in broader contexts in biology and even physics. This is explored here:  25 Apr 2014 at 07:49am

I have since linked the creation of the sun’s anti-entropic virucidal energy to Kohl’s Laws of Biology aka Darwin’s “conditions of life.” See: “Nutrient-dependent pheromone-controlled ecological adaptations: from angstroms to ecosystems

If there are no laws of physics there are no laws of biology and George FR Ellis was wrong about my model of top-down causation, which I linked to biophysically constrained viral latency and all biodiversity via the pheromone-controlled physiology of reproduction in species from microbes to humans.

If the blog author approves my comment, you may also want to see: Olfaction Warps Visual Time Perception (2017)
Wen Zhou’s group linked the energy-dependent creation of the sense of smell in bacteria from the physiology of pheromone-controlled reproduction to our visual perception of energy and mass in the context of the space-time continuum.
That fact was discussed in the context of these interviews
Quantized Energy Links Olfaction from Angstroms to Ecosystems Part 1 (Published on 23 Jun 2017)
Quantized Energy Links Olfaction from Angstroms to Ecosystems Part 2 (Published on 24 Jun 2017)

Quantized Energy Links Olfaction from Angstroms to Ecosystems in All Living Genera. In this video, author and Medical Laboratory Scientist James Kohl explains how the visual representation of the Mobius strip might help others to understand more about the food energy-dependent creation of odor receptors, and how receptor-mediated behavior must be linked to feedback loops that biophysically constrain all energy-dependent life on Earth via the physiology of reproduction. According to Mr. Kohl, the solar analemma, the Mobius strip, and the sign for infinity are visual representations of food energy-dependent constraints on biological facts. He intends to show that even the appearance of random events must be placed into the context of quantized energy-dependent cause and effect, and that the sun’s energy is biophysically constrained in our genes. Mr. Kohl worked as a medical laboratory scientist for nearly 40 years. He was the first to detail the role that food energy and human pheromones play in the development of human behavior. He began presenting his discoveries to the scientific community in 1992. His findings about human pheromones are detailed in the 1995 and 2002 editions of the book, “The Scent of Eros: Mysteries of Odor in Human Sexuality,” which was co-authored by the late Dr. Robert T. Francoeur, who was a well-respected biology teacher. To learn more about James Kohl and his work, visit or the Facebook group of the same name. To learn more about Science Journalist J.A. Parker and her work regarding quantum souls, visit or visit the Facebook group of the same name.

See also: Opinion: Archaea Is Our Evolutionary Sister, Not Mother

if archaea are indeed our sisters and not our mothers, one could imagine that some common features present in Bacteria and Eukarya have been inherited from the last universal common ancestor (LUCA) of all life and subsequently lost in Archaea.

Archaea exemplify what happens in the context of the virus-driven theft of quantized energy from bacteria with degraded messenger RNA. They are the last stop before L-forms. They are not our sisters and there is only one domain of quantized energy-dependent life. Life biophysically constrains viral latency. Archea and L-forms are losers.
Virus-mediated archaeal hecatomb in the deep seafloor
See: Neo-Darwinian theorists are losers.

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