|MadSci Network: Physics|
in a booklet that went with a tv show about complexity,EQUINOX,shown on channel 4,it was stated that without order there would be no life as the nutrients and other stuff that make up bodies would all be milling around in a formless soup.is the order being talked about in complexity of the same nature as the order seen in atoms and molecules individually,and if so would they exist without it? i am not a student or scientist(as you can probably tell)and the reason i am asking is because if the principle of order is the same it might raise some interesting philosophical questions about the difference between "dead"and"alive"matter. i apologise in advance if this is just a major misunderstanding on my part. thanks!
Re: without the order in complexity would physical matter exist?
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