A “scientific” paper titled “Theory of the Origin, Evolution, and Nature of Life” by Erik D. Andrulis (Department of Molecular Biology and Microbiology, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine).
Will some reputable scientist explain to me what is written here please? Otherwise I will think that April Fool Day has come early this year. Then again, it may be a magnum opus waiting to be discovered. Consider:
The ultimate state of gyromnemesis is the stably adapted particle or gyronexus in the gyrobase. A particle thus adapts through learning and memory by completing one full cycle—a revolution—around the singularity. Taken together, gyrognosis defines IEM integration and assessment whereas gyromnemesis defines IEM storage and recovery. Finally, although a diquantal IEM (X••) undergoes gyrognosis as the gyrobase of a primary majorgyre, it undergoes gyromnemesis as the gyrapex of an alternagyre. Thus, gyre learning and memory are relative to the gyradaptive singularity.