Virology & Mycology

Virology & Mycology
Open Access

ISSN: 2161-0517

Martin Vlček

E Functionality, Non-profit Research Group, Prague, Czech Republic

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    Virus and the basic paradigm
    Author(s): Martin Vlček*

    Based on a model study of complex systems, an outline of the paradigm of living matter organization is presented. Known living systems are developmentally developed stages of sophisticated environments, where each higher stage represents a more or less comfortable box for the previous stage. Ultimately, it is a constant process of creating more and more shells - the environment - for water. This is the basic building block and at the same time the basic comfort created by the user. Natural selection is then not a relatively random process, where a more successful one will succeed, but an offer that is ultimately more advantageous for water will prevail-more comfortable. The paradigm then reads: Living systems are created and selected on the basis of the degree of satisfaction of the interests of water... View More»
    DOI: 10.35248/2161-0517.20.9.196

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