posted on Jan, 21 2012 @ 02:25 AM
Is the wind alive, a living organism? (speculative)
Now that may seem the most idiotic question to some.
But is it really, that idiotic?
We have a good description of the wind from science, but no forecast based in it, maybe a few days, so it is imperfect. It leaves open the possibility
to explore ideas.
So, for the wind to be alive, what would it need?
A metabolic process.
It can be argueed that tornadoes and such are wind reproducing, we simply do not know enough.
For sure. Have you looked after a tornado, tsunami?
There is excretion. Probably the wind excretion is there too or
Its wind excretion!
We dont know enough about wind, in this regard. But it is more likely constant, like bacteria life.
Yes, the wind "eats" air, and water. Clear proof of this!
The transport of the wind is yet unknown.
The wind is a pefect example of synthesis.
From small gusts to tornadoes, it is extremley varied.
So there you go.
I would say, pretty convincing that wind may be alive, and should be studied further, from this vantage point.
After all you could measure and predict human behaviout to an extent (few days), doesnt make it a force of nature!
Btw, if you have an perspective, critical thinking skills, you would be able to tell, that this is how the greeks though, and why our thoughts create
For more on the future, check my einstein thread out, where most cannot even understand the OP.