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Life ,is it another form like that of time and space

Respected friends ,
As a comparatively novice into NKS.The LIFE concept mooted is quite interesting and it does tally with the Dr Lanjas theroy of bringing LIFE along with dimension of time.space into the prespective of Universe.The only thing we can perceive is our perception.In line with this the creation of the Universe is as per our perception.
To corelate, can we have the MOON, if no living creature is able to see it.Physically , it does n't exist then but does it exist and in what form.The farther we peer into space, the more we realize that the nature of the universe cannot be understood fully by inspecting spiral galaxies or watching distant supernovas. It lies deeper. It involves our very selves
According to biocentrism, time does not exist independently of the life that notices it. The reality of time has long been questioned by an odd alliance of philosophers and physicists. The former argue that the past exists only as ideas in the mind, which themselves are neuroelectrical events occurring strictly in the present moment. Physicists, for their part, note that all of their working models, from Isaac Newton’s laws through quantum mechanics, do not actually describe the nature of time. The real point is that no actual entity of time is needed, nor does it play a role in any of their equations. When they speak of time, they inevitably describe it in terms of change. But change is not the same thing as time.
Then what ! Some deliberations please...

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life and determinism...

one aspect of life, as oppose to inanimate objects, is that it is not strictly deterministic...

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Life determisnistic or not

I tend to agree with your assertion that Life is not determinsitic yet the apprehension that even time and space, as per the latest theories emanate from LIFE only and they are themselves indeterminsitic.We perceive them to be like what we have experienced as.Past is what remains in our neuro- senses only and we are the LIFE.So , time gone by or yet to be there is a derivative of life only.Similarly, our perception of space is through our ( The form of LIFE) own experienced past (may be billions of years) which has resulted in seeing MOON as MOON.If we were not to see or visualise moon, it does n't exist for us.Same is true for all galaxies/supernovas etc
Hence, is it that LIFE a truly indeterminsitic essence is the beginning , blossoming and present status of the Universe.The Life or consciousness has evolved all matters to their present form and physical visualization.Can't think beyond these boundaries
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