Thermoinfocomplexity is a new comprehensive theory of evolution. It combines the stochastic interplay of energy and information that leads to the emergence of complex adaptive systems. It is scale-free and applies to the emergence of molecules, man and society. The theory carefully develops the physico-chemical rationale behind the selection of complex systems based on their efficient extraction and utilization of energy from their environment. Thermoinfocomplexity also explains the scaling laws of metabolism from bacteria to amoeba, man, and human society. A good metaphor for this process (shown on the front cover) is the trajectory of a ball, (photon) that travels down a pinball machine. A bacteria provides a simple and human a very complex path for the pinball (Gibbs free-energy) to travel. Finally, the energy of the living matter dissipates as heat, increasing the entropy of the universe as per second law of thermodynamics.
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Behzad Mohit is a multi-faceted physician and author of books, articles, and essays in cell biology, biochemistry, health care economics, poetry, music, and evolution. He is a graduate of the State University of New York medical school with eleven years of postgraduate studies in universities and research institutes including Mallory Institute of Pathology (Harvard, Boston University, Tufts), Brandeis Graduate Department of Biochemistry, the National Institutes of Health, and the University of California Medical Center in San Francisco. His original research at Brandeis, NIH, and the UCSF biochemistry department has been published in prestigious journals including Science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, British Journal of Bacteriology and others. Numerous scientists have quoted his work in immunology, bacteriology, and other fields.
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