Physics of Biology


A Theory of Planetary Evolution

Authors: Dong-Yih Bau

Ever since the time of Darwin, evolution has remained a hot scientific topic. Darwin held a multiple-mechanism view of biological evolution. Some modern-day physicists have addressed physical phenomena in the universe, including stellar evolution, while the interests of some have even overlapped with biological evolution. In this tradition, we propose the discovery of a new law for planetary evolution. Here we show that the logic of achievement is a natural law for planetary evolution. We name this new law in this context the law of strata. Planetary evolution refers to the potential evolution into being on celestial bodies such as planets, asteroids, and satellites. After outlining planetary evolution by natural law, we address its implications for our world’s place in the universe, natural ethics, scientific progress in elementary particle physics, biological evolution, ecology, neuroscience, and finally, the global challenges of sustainability. However, we dismiss the theory of planetary evolution as unscientific, and it is a lengthy, untenable theory of the mesocosmos, with indefensible concepts, logic, implications, and conclusions. The theory of planetary evolution is a false theory of the mesocosmos developed earlier than the true one in the literature and in viXra, which we suggest examining before studying this paper, and serves only as one source for enabling a comparison between two theories of the mesocosmos and for facilitating the discovery of the mesocosmos.

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