> Thus inline with my original post that suggest
> there is a cosmic web linking all parts of the
I believe that if there is any harmony that can't be accounted for by the nature of the "big bang" that it may well be a sort of washboard effect created by gravitational (and other known forces) that bring them into harmony over very long time periods. Of course over very long (of unknown length) it's not unreasonable to suppose the effects of consciousness might be the root. There is a strange observer effect in many things, so why not distant galaxies?
> Would you like to comment on the original post to
> this thread? That is; how is it possible for blood
> to find its way through 128 kilometers of
> capillaries (capillaries having the diameter of
> one fifth of a human hair) with every circulation
> around the body?
That was the intent of my last post but I had missed the point.
There is a positive pressure to the blood as it leaves the heart and a negative where it returns. The blood flows principally according to the natural logic that is reality. Of course a body is always moving and slightly varying the shape of these capillaries which are little larger than red blood cells which often must line up in single file to pass through. These can jam or bits of fat/ cholesterol often plug these for brief periods but eventually the individual will move just right or pressure from behind will dislodge the obstruction and blood flows again. If you take your blood pressure before and after exercise you will see the aggregate change in the ability of your capillaries to pass blood. This works best for older people but even young people can see it usually.
I've never "done the math" to see just how remarkable this is but then this is because there are too many unknown variables. Rather than reducing things my mind is geared toward putting things back together. Obviously organisms are remarkably complex and many things are occurring that are not apparent to either the individual nor to modern science. But, again, I believe the most important thing that is occurring to every organism is consciousness and until we understand this we have no "wisdom" at all. I believe the average sparrow is "wiser" than people because a sparrow has a rudimentary understanding of consciousness.
Thanks for the thread. I'll read the other posts and continue following it.
Don't underestimate the washboard effect on everything in nature. Many apparently random events are somewhat predictable.