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In terms, value (TR:299) (LH:3) (TL:302|#115) refers to []


The following are quotes:

Biologists who have used energy for budget-sheet accounting in biological processes must learn that the bomb calorimeter does not give the energy value of a high-quality substance. The ‘energy value’ of a person is much more than the heat content when he is burned.”
— Howard T. Odum (1976), Energy Basis for Man and Nature (pg. 3) [1]
“Life I think is still think is a useful term, in the same way that we have plants and animals. We’ve used it so often, it’s probably a good thing to keep using that as a term? What are some of the consequences of thinking this way? Is ‘life’ worthless, because we don’t think it’s any different from ‘non-life’? I don’t think so. If you were building a fireplace, and you were building a fire, and somebody gave you a Stradivarius violin[2], I don’t think you would throw it on the fire?”
Alfred Rogers (2016), “Abioism: Life Does NOT Exist” (7:01-37), Video, Jun 23[3]

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  1. Odum, Howard T. (1976). Energy Basis for Man and Nature (pg. 3) Publisher.
  2. Stradivarius – Wikipedia.
  3. Rogers, Alfred. (2016). “Abioism: Life does NOT exist” (co-speakers: Libb Thims and Inderjit Singh) (YT), Human Chemistry 101, Jun 23.

External links

  • Value – Hmolpedia 2020.
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