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Emergence

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We often see many things that seem pretty meaningless. Such as an ant. What will it do? What’s it’s purpose of life? Does it have any plan? We get no answer but it would roam around , eat and die. But when a lot of then come together, it forms a large colony with a queen. They collect food, play great roles in the environment and the ecosystem, maintain synergistic relationships and so on. Inside the colony they have different roles too. Such as taking care of babies, feeding, protecting and providing. But how can such stupid ants do so many smart jobs?

This is called Emergence. A very interesting and mysterious feature of our universe.  It describes that small things come together forming bigger things that have different properties in their different parts. Emergence is found everywhere. For example wetness of the water. When analysed we can see that a lot of water drops come and sit on the surface of a rain soaked cloth we call wet cloth. Many water molecules accumulated and formed something bigger and beyond imagination. So ultimately it becomes a new thing. The new thing pairs up with other new things and create some more. And that keeps on happening.

Another example is atoms form molecules, molecules form proteins, proteins make up cells and cells make up organs. Finally organs make up a full body.  But it keeps going on. So how does emergence occur? There are certain rules that comes through chaos. Thus our universe does its jobs. To know more about these rules make sure to watch this amazing video by Kursgesgt in a Nutshell.

 

 

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