Question : I think John Lennon said it best. And I apply this quote to my life. I can't help but be curious and take a philosophial and/or scientific, logical reasoning type approach to everything I come across. I'm a man who loves his mathematics. I want to understand everything. And what I've found is that the more things I expose and uncover for myself as finite truths that I am content with, the more questions and unanswered things get revealed as a result.
And what's the deal with contradictions? Li..
Answer : this only signifies that john lennon has attained wisdom. his philosophical outlook at life dramatically evolve around the reason of what was life all about. the trends created by technology, the principle born from several philosophical views, the observance of a finite definition of what must be and what should have... that is wisdom...
and yes, at one time or another, one goes thru this phase in life. one questions the reality or factual realization of life thereof. the why's of life... the how's, who's, when's, etc.... and in turn, we gain wisdom from it. researching the reason for pure logic... searching our instincts, defining our roles, our purposes...
right now, am still trying to attain such wisdom... the philosophical approach to reasoning. and i hope i may be able to attain it before my demise. else, i'm contented with what i achieve...
Question : yesterday i was talking with someone about various things and they mentioned two books on mathematics that dealt with the origin of the spark of life, (being a mathematical model of the actual life process and how it might arise).
the question, whether a religious person or not, do you think that the actual life process (both the origin and the continuation of it) is a mathematical precise process that will eventually be defined.
Answer : 'Spark of life?' To the best of our knowledge, there's no such thing. We define 'life' as the ability to use energy from the environment to exist, and to reproduce. It's a bit of chemistry, no magic 'spark.'
And while mathematics will certainly be useful in discovering how the first life was able to use energy and reproduce, it's really a chemistry problem -- not a math problem.
Question : I want some good pointers for my school debate.Please help me with serious answers only.
Answer : well .... 'LIFE' is a 4 letter word only but with a wide sphere indulgence .. physics needed in our life for knowing the world around us .. its nature & equations.... new technologies almost all are based on rules of physics... we implied them in our technology innovations & improvements.
Chemistry ofcourse have an important role in formation of materials, creatures, living being and their every lively responsiveness are based on this....our body cells are just taking part in some type of chemical activities all the time...got my point?
And, thirdly biology is a details of inner & outer formation of creatures, we made classification, groups etc. of all the living creatures plants / animals etc. and enrich our way of seeing / better understanding this world of enormous types/categories of creatures.
To be honest...chemistry I think plays the most important role. This subject has invented medicines etc. for the well being of human being. Doctors & chemists know where to put which on..