Physiology / Anatomy -
Anatomy must precede physiology. Anatomy and Physiology -
Parts and processes. You see the system keeps repeating, repeating and
repeating in many different ways – in nature, anatomy, physiology, and life.
Anatomy means the parts and again, as they move, as energy comes in, as the
parts move in a highly ordered way, they become processes in the system.
Anatomy means to cut apart [a n atom y] buts its more than that. Its to cut
apart in a systematized way so that it can be put back together. Any fool can
take apart a watch. Some can even put it back together again. But will it
still run and tell time? That’s what anatomy is all about.
Physiology means movement of the parts. Energy is required
to grow, maintain, produce exudates (think taxes), reproduce, and defend the
moving parts. As energy reserves decrease, order goes to disorder, and
the clean-up crew enters. As the system goes from order to disorder the
cleanup crew will come in for the remaining energy. Remember no matter
who you are you cannot break the rules, the laws of nature. The first law is
the Conservation of Matter. You can’t make it, you can’t break it, you can
pass it on, but you can’t make it or break it.. Remember that.
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