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A Vida Teria Surgido nas Origens do Universo… Disse a Matrix/DNA há 30 Anos Atrás e Agora, Astrofísico da Harvard “descobre” a Tese.

quinta-feira, janeiro 15th, 2015

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Esta ideia nunca foi pensada antes de 1980 quando descobri que o Universo  inteiro podia ser explicado por uma unica e simples fórmula … a ideia de que a Vida existe desde as origens do Universo! Mas é fácil  entender porque nunca poderia ter sido pensada: 1) Sempre que olharam para o céu estrelado e estático jamais iriam pensar em Vida nele; 2) As religiões que dominaram o pensamento até a 2 ou 3 séculos atrás punha na cabeça das pessoas que a Vida é apenas isso que vemos aqui neste planeta, aqui teria surgido; 3) A visão de mundo moderna dito “materialista” que educa os  estudantes do primário às universidades, separam a evolução biológica da evolução anterior cosmológica, sem mencionar nenhum elo entre os dois blocos, e quando apontam seus potentes telescópios para o espaço sideral são incapazes de ver grandes figuras e a lenta movimentação astronômica, por isso tambem tem a certeza que a vida começou aqui e a poucos bilhões de anos atras.

Eu revirei a Internet e toda literatura cientifica e religiosa e nunca encontrei uma menção qualquer da Vida surgindo aqui junto com o Big Bang. Mas a fórmula da Matrix/DNA sugere uma nova versão da História natural Universal de 13,7 bilhões de anos e ela esteve sempre apontando que inclusive o Big bang foi um fenômeno vital. Eu e a minha fórmula poderíamos estar errados mas como também nunca apresentaram um evento ou fato sequer derrubando essa nova visão do mundo, sugeriu-me a Razão que eu deveria continuar considerando esta sugestão e buscando testa-la de alguma maneira.

Agora me deparo com um artigo do New York Times onde um astrofísico famoso com mais de 400 trabalhos  publicados e invenções de muitos instrumentos de pesquisa espacial, e chairman do Departamento de Astronomia da Harvard, sugerindo que a Vida pode ter aparecido logo depois do Big Bang –  segundo seus cálculos e alguns indícios.

Em todo o caso, mais uma vez a Matrix/DNA acertou uma predição  a 30 anos atrás: que no futuro astrônomos iriam estar dizendo estas palavras!

Porem, infelizmente os astrônomos ainda estão longe de captar o que me parece óbvio – justamente devido àquela incongruente e pouco racional crença de que a Vida surge por si mesma, por acaso, ao invés de lembrarem-se que toda a Vida vista aqui vem de outra Vida pré-existente, e portanto seria mais racional ver este processo entrando no Cosmos e no passado sem fim. Esta falha no conhecimento astronomico é o que induz o astrônomo  Avi Loeb – apesar de sua brilhante e racional intuição – ainda continuar errando o foco da Vida no Cosmos. Ele teve um vislumbre repentino e percebeu que a Vida pode ter estado no Cosmos desde os 400.000 anos logo depois do Big Bang ( ou seja, a 13,3 bilhões de anos atras) mas ele se dirige a pensar em moléculas químicas microscópicas na superfície de planetas naquela época, ao invés de perceber que a Vida estava era no planeta, no sistema solar e galáctico inteiro e era astronômica. E com isso tambem não perceberam que a radiação cósmica carrega embutido nela o código para imprimir a Vida na matéria. Como sugeriu a Matrix/DNA há 30 anos atrás… e a cada dia mais aprecem indícios e evidencias de que o semi-macaco das selvas brasileiras estava certo!

Vejamos o artigo no link a seguir, mas que por ora está copiado aqui para traduzir e assinalar os pontos fortes de interesse da Matrix/DNA. E aqui abaixo vai o meu comentario postado nas midias que divulgaram o artigo:

THE NEW YORK TIMES

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/12/02/science/avi-loeb-ponders-the-early-universe-nature-and-life.html?_r=0

Avi Loeb Ponders the Early Universe, Nature and Life

DEC. 1, 2014

Avi Loeb

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Among astrophysicists, Abraham Loeb is known for his creative and prolific attempts to understand the early universe.

Dr. Loeb, known as Avi, specializes in 400,000 years to one billion years after the Big Bang. He has published more than 400 papers on the nature of early stars, galaxies, planets and black holes.

“Avi is very good at picking problems to work on that have testable results,” said Robert Wilson, who received the Nobel Prize in Physics (with Arno Penzias) for discovering cosmic microwave background radiation, thought to be a remnant of the Big Bang.

I spoke with Dr. Loeb, 52, in his office here at Harvard, where he is the chairman of the astronomy department, and then later by telephone.

Here is an edited and condensed version of our conversations.

Q. WHY DID YOU CHOOSE THE EARLY UNIVERSE AS YOUR AREA OF STUDY?

A. Because I like to work where there’s no crowd. One of the great pleasures of astrophysics is trying figure out something about the universe that nobody else has.

When I first came to Harvard, about 20 years ago, I was attracted to the question of how and when did the first stars and galaxies form, because this was something that we really didn’t know much about. The only thing we knew was related to the cosmic microwave background radiation which originated about 400,000 years after the Big Bang.

We also knew that the galaxies and the stars didn’t always exist. So the question was, when did they form?

Over the years, I’ve helped develop tools to image and map what happened. I’ve done calculations and suggested to observational astronomers ways to approach this era. I’ve developed a technique to image the universe in three dimensions that relates to the times when galaxies were formed, and I helped develop tests so that we can detect previously unknown galaxies and black holes. I also developed a test which will hopefully permit us to see the expansion of the universe in real time.

It will be loaded onto the James Webb Space Telescope, which is scheduled to be launched in 2018. This should produce new insights. So this once lonely field has gotten crowded. It may be time to do other things.

LAST YEAR YOU PUBLISHED AN ASTONISHING PAPER SUGGESTING THAT SOME TYPE OF LIFE MIGHT HAVE BEEN POSSIBLE IN THE EARLY UNIVERSE, BILLIONS OF YEARS BEFORE IT APPEARED ON EARTH. WHERE DID THIS COME FROM?

On Thanksgiving morning, I had this realization: that at the time the first stars and galaxies were formed, the cosmic microwave background — the radiation left over from the earliest time — was roughly at room temperature. So the universe, at roughly 15 million years after the Big Bang, was at a comfortable enough temperature for the chemistry of life to have incubated.

I realized this while in the shower — as often happens. We had guests coming in the afternoon. So I asked my wife if instead of helping her with the meal, I could take care of the dishes after dinner. That gave me a few free hours to think this out.

After I finished working this out, I posted a draft of my paper on arXiv.org, a server where astrophysicists upload writings for feedback from colleagues. To my surprise, journalists also looked at it. Immediately, the phone rang. The paper ended up receiving a lot of media attention.

WHAT DO YOU MAKE OF THAT?

People are interested. Historically, cosmology has described the universe as full of lifeless objects. That may be a misconception. It may be that the universe is teeming with life. The problem is that life does not produce a lot of energy and it’s hard to detect.

I’ve been curious about how this limits us in the search for life. Suppose there is an extraterrestrial civilization on a planet near a star not far from us, and suppose there was a nuclear war there. Could we see it with our telescopes? Turns out that even with the most powerful of contemporary telescopes, we couldn’t see the flare.

However, there are ideas and techniques for detecting more subtle signatures — for example, radio signals.

YOU ONCE PUBLISHED A PAPER SUGGESTING THAT IF WE’RE SERIOUS ABOUT LOOKING FOR EXTRATERRESTRIAL LIFE, WE MIGHT SEEK OUT MARKERS OF INDUSTRIALIZATION, LIKE SMOG. SMOG?

Yes, smog might serve as a fingerprint of an industrial civilization. It’s always been thought that the way to detect life elsewhere was to look for signs of oxygen. But intelligent life could produce unnatural molecules. They might do that intentionally if their planet was too cold for life. Unnatural molecules might even show signs of a civilization that may not exist anymore because unnatural molecules can survive long after a civilization.

SOME OF YOUR WORK SOUNDS ALMOST LIKE SCIENCE FICTION. WHERE DO YOU DRAW THE LINE?

It’s not that. Nature has richness beyond our imagination. What I look for are interesting astrophysics questions that are provable. Though my research may ask unconventional questions, the answers are based on calculations, experiments and observations.

DID YOU ALWAYS WANT TO BE AN ASTROPHYSICIST?

At a young age, I was attracted to philosophy because it asked the most interesting questions. But then, at 18, I had to do my military service in Israel, where I grew up. After some testing, I was allowed to join a special program where you could work on projects useful for the defense of the country. I ended up doing research in plasma physics. And because of that, I was able to visit the United States in the 1980s.

During one of these trips, I visited the Institute for Advanced Study. A month later, I was offered the opportunity to do a postdoc there. There was one condition, though: I had to switch to astrophysics. That appealed because it was like returning to an old love — philosophy. In astrophysics, I could address very big questions about nature and life.

IN YOUR STUDIES OF THE EARLY UNIVERSE, YOU RUN SMACK AGAINST THE IDEAS OF THE BOOK OF GENESIS. HOW DO YOU DEAL WITH THAT?

The first chapter of the Bible states that there was a beginning in time. Science shows that we live in an expanding universe, and if you extrapolate, there was a point in time in when things began. In some ways, they are consistent.

IS IT POSSIBLE FOR AN ASTROPHYSICIST TO BE RELIGIOUS?

It really depends on what you mean by “God.” Spinoza would feel very comfortable with modern science because in his philosophy, God is nature. That pretty much summarizes Einstein’s view, too. So if you’re defining God in a way that identifies the laws of nature with his or her qualities, that’s perfectly consistent. But if you attribute parts of reality to God in a way that cannot be understood by rational thinking, a conflict emerges.

HOW DO YOU HANDLE THE VAST QUANTITIES OF TIME AND SPACE THAT YOU MUST NAVIGATE TO DO YOUR WORK? DO YOU, AS IN THAT OLD KURT WEILL SONG, EVER FEEL LOST IN THE STARS?

Personally, I do not feel lost in the stars, but rather at home with all of them. When I look at the stars of the Milky Way on a clear night, they appear to me like the lights of a giant spaceship streaming through the universe.

Are there any passengers around the other lights in this spaceship? It would be fun to know and perhaps, share experiences with them.

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Coments by Matrix/DNA:

Avin Loeb has a brilliant intuition that life is coming from the origins of the Universe, accordingly to Matrix/DNA Theory’s astronomical models which suggested it 30 years ago.  But Avin is anthropologizing cosmic events – projecting the human view about life over the Cosmos’ dynamics – and this error prevent him to grasp what Matrix/DNA suggested: at that time, the vital principle carried by CMBR organized the seven kinds of astronomical bodies into a system that worked as alive. This system is the building block for all astronomical system and when the vital principle left it for producing biological life, it became the building block of DNA = a lateral pair of nucleotides. CMRB mimics waves of light which contains a sequence of seven different vibrational states which was the first manifestation of the life’s cycle process giving life to matter. The Big Bang was a vital event and life did not follow through astronomical level after the formation of galaxies, but as microorganisms living inside the big body of their ancestors.

I don’t know how he solved the missing of water at 15 millions years after the Big Bang, due for begin the chemistry of life it needs water. Matrix/DNA Theory predicted 30 years ago what this astrophysics should say today, but, in Matrix/DNA version, it did not need water and there was no organic chemistry at the earliest stages of life evolution.

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Comentario em Portugues:

Avin Loeb teve a brilhante intuição de que a vida vem vindo desde as origens do Universo, de acordo com os modelos astronomicos da Matrix/DNA Theory, a qual sugeriu isso a 30 anos  atrás. Mas Avin está antropomorfizando eventos cósmicos – projetando a visão humana da vida sobre o Cosmos e sua dinamica – e este erro impede-o de captar o que a Matrix/DNA sugeriu: à aquela época, o principio vital transportado pela CMBR ( radiação cósmica) organizou os sete tipos de astros num sistema que funciona como sendo vivo. Este sistema é o bloco constructor fundamental de todos os sistemas astronomicos e quando o principio vital o deixou para produzir a vida biológica, ele se tornou o bloco construtor fundamental do DNA, que é um par lateral de nucleotideos.

A Radiação Cósmica de Fundo imita ondas de luz as quais se apresentam divididas em sete diferente estados vibracionais e por isso elas são portadores do processo do ciclo vital que dá vida à matéria. O Big Bang foi um evento vital mas a vida não continuou evoluindo em nivel astronomico depois da formação das galaxias, mas sim se miniaturizando e continuando via biológica.

Eu não sei como Avin resolveu sua teoria o problema da inexistencia da água naquela época, pois sem água não tem inicio a quimica organica. A Teoria da Matrix/DNA, de Louis Morelli, previu a 30 anos atrás o que astrofisicos estariam dizendo hoje , mas na versão desta teoria, não houve necessidade de água e não houve quimica organica nos primeiros estágios da evolução da Vida naquela época.