The Four Fundamental Interactions described by Physics do not account for the existence of Life on planet Earth. The Rudolf-Rudi doctrine of Spiritualism describes Photoreception by Plants as a Fundamental Spiritual Interaction.
Yes Indeed, Life is complicated. The complexity of Life involves the complex nature of the living experience. It is rather easy to explain as to Why is the Sky Blue and yet the explanation is not sufficient to account for the existence of the entity who has the capacity to record the sensory experience described as the Blue Sky.
Yes Indeed, Life is Complicated. The complexity of Life involves the complex structural and functional organization of the Living System which performs a myriad of living functions while lacking the cognitive ability to directly visualize the Whole Designer who is at Work.
Yes Indeed, Life is Complicated. The complexity of Life involves the Coloration of Living Things. Physics can easily explain that the White Light is indeed a Spectrum of Seven Colors. But, there is no single function that can fully account for Biological Coloration. Even the Creator of Light has chosen the Rainbow as His Sign of the Everlasting Covenant with all the Living Things He created.
Yes Indeed, Life is Complicated. The complexity of Life involves the complexity of Color and Coloration that shapes the World of Colors in which the man exists. I coined the phrase Whole Optics to make the Connection between Food, People, and the Planet.
What it is to be a Substance? and What it is to Exist? We need to establish knowledge about the man and the world on a firm basis and the information it provides must be tested for its accuracy and consistency with an external reality. We have to make the fundamental distinction between the living …
Rayleigh Scattering helps to understand the coming together of the man, Earth, Light, and the Sky for the man is conditioned to exist under the influence of Earth’s Atmosphere.
The biological production of color is more complex than the use of a Color Order System described by Albert Henry Munsell. The Scheme for Color requires the Designing of the Artistic Units.
Spiritual Optics.The Tristimulus Theory of Color. 1. The Artist, 2. The Object of Color Perception, and 3. the viewer with the capacity of Color Perception.
The man’s aesthetic experience of the world around him is governed by the regulative principle called the fundamental force of gravitation.