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How the World is arranged

The Consequence of the new fundamental science "Organizmica" postulates

Andrey Aleksandrovich Tiuniayev, Russia.

Consequence 2.1.
Any organism is described necessarily and sufficiently by its corresponding organismic matrix.
Consequence 2.2.
No organisms can exist aside from interaction with at least one other organism.
Consequence 2.3.
The matrix of organism changes under influence of the organism itself or other organisms.
Consequence 2.4.
Matrix of the lower-level organism is a component of matrix of the higher-level organism.
Consequence 2.5.
Inorganic matter can not exist outside of any organism; there is always an organism which includes the given mass of matter.
Consequence 2.6.
Both processes of organism's integration and organism's reduction are infinite.
Consequence 2.7.
Organisms of the same level are equal and equivalent among themselves; organismic levels are unequal and equivalent among themselves, organisms of different levels are unequal and not equivalent among themselves.
Consequence 2.8.
The distinction of organismic levels is discrete: the upper bound of the lower organismic level does not coincide with the bottom border of higher organismic level.
Consequence 2.9.
Relations of organisms are subordinated to the reasons vital of vital safety of the interested organism.
Consequence 2.10.
The community of different-level organisms which do not form an integral organism, but cooperate for the realization of common vital interests, is called an ecosystem (ecological system). The state is also true for symbiosis.
Consequence 2.11.
Interrelations of ecosystems are built on principles of competition and vital safety.
Consequence 2.12.
The process of integration of any ecosystem matrix proceeds until the ecosystem matrix became an organism matrix.
Consequence 2.13.
Birth is a final transformation of an ecosystem matrix to an organism matrix of higher level.
Consequence 2.14.
Creation of exact copy of an organism is impossible.
Consequence 2.15.
No zero matrix exist; no zero exist either.
Consequence 2.16.
Changes of organismic matrix are discrete.
Consequence 2.17.
The matrix which supplies the given organism by vitally sufficient quantity of matter and energy is normal. The matrix which supplies the organism with insufficient quantity of matter or energy is degressive. The matrix which supplies the organism with excess quantity of matter and energy is progressive.
Consequence 2.18.
The organismic chain is continuous.
Consequence 2.19.
God is a collective matrix of the complete set of organisms at all levels.
Consequence 2.20.
Death is transition of the organism matrix to lower level, followed by its decomposition into some organism and ecosystem matrices of lower level.
Consequence 2.20.1.
Any kind of democracy leads to a death of the egregor.
Consequence 2.21.
Egregor is a collective matrix of single-level organisms.
Consequence 2.21.2.
Every egregor influences on its constituent organism independently.
Consequence 2.21.2.1.
The size of an egregor can be relatively increased by decreasing of the size of competitive egregor.
Consequence 2.22.
Desease is a damage of the organism’s matrix structure.
Consequence 2.23.
Life is a stable state of organism’s matrix.
Consequence 2.24.
Religion is a number of egregors.
Consequence 2.25.
The concept of goods and evil, the truth, lie and mistery are of subjective value for an organism.

See also:

  • Organizmica, a fundamental science.
  • Postulates of fundamental science Organizmica.
  • А.А. Тюняев. Организмика, фундаментальная наука.
  • Нобелевский лауреат Михаил Сергеевич Горбачев поддержал новую науку Организмика
  • Фундаментальная наука Организмика объединила естественные, точные и гуманитарные науки