But even if we think that the fields of research are completely different, then again we will need to explain (empirical observations)
how life appears along with natural phenomena and think about how particular characteristics of a biological body and its psychology
depend from details of matter and natural phenomena and on natural processes. Conversely, when life appears, then natural phenomena do not
remain the same and independent of biological functions. With the advent of life, the world also appears different and dependent on
the observer's biological body. The world would be nothing more than an inexhaustible collection of forms and inanimate bodies if there
were no biological body in which information is caused by the actions of things, which it utilizes for its needs. Things are not
created and are not related to separate relations of physics, chemistry, biology, astronomy and as we divide the fields of research
according to human needs and choices. On the contrary, relations described and explained in these separate sciences are selected
observations from complete world and presented separately and with new vocabulary to facilitate human memory, manage information,
and transmit information. Reality not only does not appear so divided as the sciences have been divided, but all the descriptions and
subdivisions of the books are not the forced path from which the observations and discoveries in the real world follow. A construction
that we did without first studying a design, can then be presented with a design and a guidebook that serve to repeat the construction.
Random observations of natural phenomena can later be described in detail, and then the descriptions seem necessary to follow these
random observations, that is, a normal illusion.
Conditions imposed to things by a common reality
There are laws and characteristics in things and for the appearance of life, which are not created now