Morphological Originality, a New Science Law, from Every Natural Object in the Universe.
By Joseph Mastropaolo, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus.
It was well known that objects like snowflakes and fingerprints were morphologically originals, that is, they had no duplicates. The question investigated was whether other objects also were originals. Samples were analyzed from 70 populations of objects and were classified as originals or duplicates. Of the 37,010 non viable and viable objects analyzed, size ranged from stars down to microscopic organisms. All were originals, there were no duplicates. Further, a second tier of statistical inference indicated that all of the objects in the universe were originals. Furthermore, all of the evidence was unanimous and suggested a new law of morphological originality for all of the objects in the universe. There were 13 disproof experiments and they all failed to disprove the new law. The probability of being wrong was less than 1 chance in more than 2 sextillian chances, far beyond the science requirement for proof (P < 0.05). For the immense number of objects in the universe, the certainty of the new law was the same as for a fact. In the search for a cause, the evidence suggested a Mega-Creator-Manager capable of the 70 experiments, their 37,010 unanimous observations, as well as the inference to the entire universe and the requirements of omnipresence. omniscience, and omnipotence. The only known candidate was God.
From these studies and others, the universe was composed of deserted original objects with no duplicates. In addition to the original structures and functions, originality extended to the parts of objects and to the locational configurations. For the entire universe, the solitary examples of life were in the interdependencies of the biosphere of planet, Earth. The evidence suggested that this planet was an integral part of this biosphere and that neither this biosphere nor any of its parts were transferable to any other object in space. Further, perpetually increasing genetic disorders and other observations forecasted and confirmed the extinction of the human species by 2085.