> The only valves are in the heart. The pulses we
> can feel in our arms and legs do not have valves
> and the veins that return the blood to the heart
> do not have an obvious means of transporting
This is not true. Deep veins as well as some nearer the skin do have valves to prevent backflow. This is largely so movement aids circulation rather than often impeding it.
> Any mechanical engineer, by way of example, will
> tell you it is not possible for a hydraulic system
> to pump fluid through 128 millimetres of an 8
> micron dimeter pipe – with the idea of pumping
> anything through 128,000 kilometres being totally
Certainly this is true.
But I have to believe that maintaining a head pressure on capillaries in a living system will move blood. Your observation is insightful and there is some possibility that there is another force propelling blood through capillaries. Cells do go surprisingly fast (about 3x their diameter/ sec). My specific knowledge here is pretty limited and I'm not sure how much modern science knows about it either.
> Energy required to transport blood this distance,
> if it could happen, would be massive. Thus, we
> hold our human bodies are part of a large-scale
> cosmic structure that has an abundant, yet
> unknown, source of energy.
We burn a lot of calories to operate this system. (remember food calories are 1000x) The caloric consumption of the heart and lungs can be estimated pretty closely but I believe these consume most of our energy when at rest. Anything left over might well be wholly or partly responsible for aiding these organs. Of course there is inefficiency as well.
> 1. Both biological systems and the greater
> universe have coherent structures with a
> mysterious energy source.
> 2. Biological systems move sections of non-coding
> DNA about on the chromosome. Likewise, we claim
> there is a type of duality to the structure of our
> universe – making it possible for copies of the
> same ancient buildings and artefacts and anomalous
> geological formations to be expressed in multiple
> places, in physical forms, throughout the
> 3. The underlying functions of both biological
> systems and the greater universe are totally
> incomprehensible to the human mind.
> Number 2. above claims the ancient buildings and
> artefacts and anomalous geological formations on
> earth are copies of structures that originate
> elsewhere in the cosmos. Their existence being the
> result of the same biological process, and likely
> for the same reasons, that swaps sections of DNA
> about on the chromosome.
I believe that animals are very much in touch with their natures because their nature springs from consciousness which springs from the natural (mind). And don't ask me how single celled organisms can have a mind because I certainly don't know. Since they are in such close contact with nature they understand some of it far better than we can and this especially applies to consciousness. They see it directly and we see what little we can see through beliefs.
Being part of nature they are in tune with all of its (at least living) parts. We understand nature's physical parts preferentially to its living parts. I believe the ancient people who built these things were like animals but far more knowledgeable. As such it's can't be ruled out that there are pyramids and henges all over the universe.
> This I claim, explains why historians cannot, and
> likely never will, discover an earthly
> civilisation responsible for these creations –
> or find the tools that were used in their
I would even agree that it's possible humans have always been just like us and aliens built or directed humans to build things.
All we can do is go with best guesses and try to develop testable hypotheses and meaningful experiment. Unfortunately much of what we call "science" now days isn't really science at all and even important data like the infrared signature of G1 that should have been available a century ago, are not available at all. We live in strange times where our omniscience is driving everything in a million directions. we have not only reduced reality to equations but we are reducing the future to equations with unknown consequences and a run amok technology that is getting out of control. Without practical science and metaphysics we no longer know what we know. And we can't control the effects of our knowledge.