#5 Our caveat: We are just at the very beginning of this study.

 

Step 97 and our caveat

 

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IT IS A HUGE PROJECT. And, being quite human, we will make mistakes, but we hope our vision and intentions are clear.

We are now on Step 97. To represent this step we chose the diameter of a single cell of blood. It’s been said, “Blood is thicker than water” and it is. The study of blood is called hematology. The study of the genetic transmission of characteristics from parent to offspring is called heredity. Our questions abound: What is blood symmetry? What are the keys to the continuity of human life? Why does blood manifest within this range (notation, step or layer)?  Yes, though blood is four times smaller than a human hair, a water molecule is even smaller.

Key Idea: Each notation is important. Each has its own geometry and parameters, boundary conditions and transformations. There is a lot to study. We are inching along at the beginning of this study within this construct of the universe. Though this scale of the universe may ultimately prove not to be scientifically useful, heuristically it has already made a mark.1 So, let us move on toward the Planck Length by next going to a water molecule.Green Arrow

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1 Students are seeing the sciences, indeed all of life, as a relational, holistic enterprise. +/-

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