LifeOS: exploring the system that executes DNA

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Howdy Folks,

My name is jim cranford. I’m in the process of writing up my notes on this subject and i wanted a place where i could get feedback on it as i go.

I’m going to be posting both drafts and finished pages with the hope that comments will help me improve my presentation and stimulate discussion and my own creative juices. I have also been giving presentations at our local library and it gives my audience a place to review the presentation and comment after it is over. I intend to use some of the best comments in the final publication, whether that ends up being a book or DVD.

You know how this thing works, the latest entry comes up first, so you are reading them in reverse order. However, the menu on the right puts the them in chapter order.

So, feel free, or even obligated, to leave some sort of remark. Both pro and con comments will help me. Or you can buy the book.

And i always hope that your juices might be stimulated as well.

Cheers,

jim

9 Comments »

  1. Dear Jim

    I can’t thank you enough for commenting on my own Blog as doing so brought me to yours. I’ve started at the very beginning (a very good place to start….cue for a song..!)and am bowled over, you’re helping to explain and reinforce my belief in life and how it’s panning out for me on an increasingly interesting level lately.

    I knew it, I just knew it.

    Thank you.

    Rich B.

    Comment by richbos — June 19, 2008 @ 5:25 pm

  2. Howdy Rich,

    You are most welcome. Glad to meet another Tom Robbins fan. And thsnks for the comment… you’ve made my day.

    cheers,
    jim

    Comment by insomniac — June 20, 2008 @ 10:15 am

  3. Hey Jim.

    Nice to meet you too! I’m new to this whole blogging thing but yeah, you could say my experiments have covered a wide range. 🙂

    I’m flattered that you dig my articles. Looking over your blog I feel that you have come to some very similar conclusions, but you come to them wholly scientifically. It’s really fascinating stuff and offers a fresh perspective on my obsession.

    And for that, I thank you. I’ll definitely be linking to your work in my posts.

    Chris

    P.S. Are you southern or british? 🙂

    Comment by cttomasso — November 24, 2008 @ 9:20 pm

  4. wow. i’ve thought many of these thoughts down many a sidewalk.

    our psychological standpoints are so similar – first time i’ve seen major elements of my own mental patterns emerge from the external world in such hi-fi.

    i love your flexible rationality and the massively-wide-angle lens through which you are looking.

    we are all the fingertips of original essence dipped in to the stream of timespace, no doubt to taste this creation for all it’s worth.

    so confusing down here – so many impediments have arisen within our connection – and that of course is a major part of the experiment.

    all is as it should be. nothing is wrong. of course that’s no reason to sit back and accept – our purpose seems to be to solve problems of our own making. and that, too, is the fun of it all.

    and yeah, predictably i suppose, i’m a Tom Robbins fan too.

    Comment by chris — July 27, 2009 @ 8:17 am

  5. I did a web search for the word “quanticepts” and your web site came up. Yet I can’t find the word on your site. Where is it?

    Comment by Evan — October 12, 2009 @ 3:05 pm

  6. Awesome stuff… Enjoying your blog immensely! 🙂

    Will be leaving comments as thoughts posit…

    Ta!

    Comment by Karl Richard — February 24, 2010 @ 2:59 pm

  7. […] Jim Cranford points out that Esref’s extraordinary ability to reflect the world without ever seeing it reflects the working of the organism as an information processing feedback loop. In Jim’s words: […]

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  8. […] Jim Cranford points out that Esref’s extraordinary ability to reflect the world without ever seeing it reflects the working of the organism as an information processing feedback loop. In Jim’s words: […]

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  9. Jim, your comment on Learning from Dogs brought me here, and so glad you made the connection. Love what you are writing about. Paul

    Comment by Paul Handover — February 12, 2012 @ 1:43 pm


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