I agree, I was going to start a thread on this, so I'll add some of my findings here.
Mr Jackdaw has already mentioned the ionized dust formations in space that exhibit the features normally attributed to organic matter. To be more
precise what we are talking about is plasma.
is the paper on the subject.
has the ability to self organize into cells or what is called double layers and
filaments, Irving Langmuir gave the name plasma to ionized gas because of it's resemblance to living blood plasma.
All bodies in space form a protective plasma sheath, also known as things like magnetosphere or heliosphere (in the case of the solar system); the
same could be said for cellular structure.
The visible universe is estimated to be 99.999% plasma. Plasma is an excellent conductor of electricity, I'm convinced that the universe is
electrical in nature and in many ways reflects the same electrical processes that take place in biology. Our senses translate information to
electrical signals to our brain, there's enough electrical energy in the brain to power a light bulb, our heart also beats because of an electrical
Similarly the universe is connected by vast electrical currents called Birkeland currents
they form into twin braided filaments that connect galaxies stars and planets, the energy is stepped down from huge galactic currents to currents that
connect stars then on to planets and moons.
experiments clearly illustrate that resonance gives rise to geometrical structure the
higher the frequency the more complex the structure. Rotating magnetic fields also have the ability to create structures that resemble biology.
On the left is a human stem cell; on the right is the Tycho supernova remnant.
Read the link for more details. The other link is a paper regarding how plasma physics can be used to better understand biology.
Bio-plasma Physics Anyone?
On the left we have neurons from a mouse; on the right is a simulation of the universe.
I've found other similar comparisons, but I think this illustrates the point.
Electrical connections in the brain, electrical connections in the universe.
What we can see are fractal relationships, patterns that are repeated at all scales, Plasma by the way is also scalable not only in structure but also
time, a small plasma discharge in the lab that lasts fractions of seconds scaled to galactic proportions can last for hundreds to millions of
I've mentioned in some of my recent posts the research of Halton Arp, his theory based on observable evidence, claims that quasars are ejected from
the nucleus of galaxies, these quasars then grow to become galaxies themselves. Galaxies give birth to other galaxies, it implies creation is
constantly taking place and that galaxies exhibit biological behavior, a simple definition of life is the ability to replicate.
I haven't fully organized all the information I've collected on this, so I may add some more later.
Edit : I just wanted to add, please reconsider everything standard cosmology is claiming, it is based on very little real evidence and is plagued by
scientific dogma, many of the concepts are overly complicated and go against many well established sciences. The Big Bang has it's roots in religious
concepts of creation and is unable to account for what we can see, thanks to Hubble.
for a revealing look into the madness that is standard cosmology.
for a simpler, more believable theory.
[edit on 11-9-2007 by squiz]