LifeOS: exploring the system that executes DNA

November 23, 2008

The Process

Filed under: Ch 08 System Components — Tags: , , , — insomniac @ 2:04 pm

In computer networks, the components are all very separate units, each with their own physical hardware and software. In the LifeOS model, such distinctions are hard to make, except at the atomic level. Matter is the platform. The physical atom could be said to be the hardware, while the signal it broadcasts, represents the information, or software component. Even at that level, matter and information are simply two aspects of the same thing.

Matter is already engaged in memory, processing and speaks the language. It isn’t something that needs translation into a machine language: matter itself, is the language. An atom means what it says. It constantly broadcasts its identity and location via its internal vibrations.


Each atom is a simple processor. It cycles through phases, or states,  that establish a unique frequency pattern and location. This frequency is the basic clock speed, the cycle time for a single process. In computers there is generally one clock speed, but in a network, there may be many different processor speeds, each machine operating on its own. In biological systems, there are many different processing cycles and speeds, but they are all in harmony with one another. It is these harmonic frequencies and the coherent fields they generate that form the Holoverse.

When combined in molecules, these processors link together like algorithms to produce specific output. That output is what we call, the “properties” of the molecule. When atoms are organized into a DNA molecule, one of the properties is a signal in the visible light range; the biophoton.


Memory is intrinsic to matter; the nucleus represents the physical reality of the atom, while the electrons hold the informational component as wave function. Through their mutual entanglement, wave functions are shared holographically with the rest of the system.

When atoms are processed into molecules, they become a physical record of that process. The molecule also represents its current state in the wave functions of its combined particles. This state of the molecule includes its relationship with the whole. The wave function is the holographic component at the particle level. The wave function is entangled with other wave functions as a coherent electromagnetic field. The nucleus marks the physical presence of the atom in the physical memory and its particles mark its presence in the informational (datagram) hologram. It is the constant interaction between the physical and the informational, keeps the system growing and adapting.

The nucleus is firmly fixed in the physical universe while the particles that surround it are tuned to the larger hologram in which the atom participates. Another way to say it is that the nucleus represents the material and the electrons represent the ethereal.


CPU stands for central processing unit. That is where a computer does its central processing, of course. In early computers there was only one processing unit, so the data flow acted like a centralized government or business, with centralized processing of information. Just as in business and government, as informational structures grow, it becomes more difficult for a central processor to handle the load and maintain overall speed. Over time, the system becomes more decentralized.

Even in modern computers the term cpu is becoming blurred, because a lot of processing is going on outside the central processor, which is itself, made up of multiple processing units. Biological systems have taken this trend towards decentralization to the max; every cell has its own cpu. Besides, as discussed earlier, part of the process is universal, driven from the atomic level. Rather than a processor, everything within the cell is processing.

The cell is the processing unit where DNA code is read and executed. Maybe it should be called a universal processing unit, a UPU? That name might not yet do justice to the level of activity going on in the cell. Besides being a processing unit, it is also a holographic memory unit and part of the display. All of the functionality found in the system is contained within the cell.

Sound like a radical statement, but how can it be otherwise? Every function within the biological system is performed by a cell or group of cells. Their functionality is tightly controlled by genetic code, the total of which is contained in each cell. The functionality to produce everything we do is contained in every cell, data processing, memory… and consciousness. Does that mean that every cell is conscious? Maybe, but it surly means that the functionality to think is contained in every cell.

The Cell

In our biological system, the memory, processor and language are all incorporated in the cell. The cell represents a universal manufacturing plant that is completely controlled by information. Whatever the specific function of a cell might be, those parameters are established on an informational level before there can be any physical output.

All of this dynamic action is recorded holographically(mirrored) by the entangled wave functions of all the particles(objects) involved in our universe. Everything is connected to everything else, in waves of feedback, but separate connections are forged by the needs identified by the feedback. Feedback identifies needs and the structural patterns to necessary to resolve them. Those patterns are projected into the future as (morphic)fields and followed by the construction process.


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