Dismissal of the Fake Term Called Living-Thing by Genomic-Thing and Universal Reactions of Matter (Published)
The fact that the sciences treated with terms Biology, Living-things, and Nonliving-things had been proved to be absurdly fake and were replaced by true sciences of Genomology. The key objectives of this paper are to verify the dismissal of the fake term called Living-thing, replacing by the correct one known as Genomic-thing based on evidences and to forward three different universal reactions of matter. Each of the evidences or each of universal reactions of matter is a type of methodology in its targetful approach and each of them is accompanied by a verifying finding. The term Living-thing had been irreversibly dismissed by spectacular & concrete scientific evidences about its fakeness and Genomic-thing was found to be a rewardingly the best (perfect) term to replace it in the sciences of Genomology.The three universal reactions of matter are genomic reaction (in genomic-things only), chemical reaction (in nongenomic-things only involving rearrangement of electrons outside the nuclei of atoms), and nuclear reaction (inside the nuclei of atoms). The only reason for why biologists had admitted that they could not define what a living-thing was and stayed with fake sciences of Biology until now, was because they didn’t realize that genome was: ►unique to genomic-things, and ►the automatic synthesizer of each individual in each species of all genomic-things from genomic viruses up to humans. Now, Genomologists, Chemists, and Physicists are at the very good stage of development to understand one another with the same language of Universal Reactions of Matter and they will have to work together more concerned than ever before.
Citation: Feleke Eriso⃰ (2022) Dismissal of the Fake Term Called Living-Thing by Genomic-Thing and Universal Reactions of Matter, European Journal of Biology and Medical Science Research, Vol.10, No.2, pp.8-44
Keywords: Antisense, Atomic number, Genome, genomic reaction, genomic-things, half-life, mRNA, ncRNA, nonliving-things, nuclear reaction, radioactive decay, sense