Supervenience: (An Attempt at) A Unified Theory of the Universe

The following is a work in progress, not all resources have been reviewed or vetted.

Physics & The Beginning of the Universe

Event: The Big Bang (BB) 
Time: 13.7 billion years ago [1]

History of the Universe - gravitational waves are hypothesized to
arise from cosmic inflation, an expansion just after the Big
Bang. (see:

Clarification: "The big bang is not like an explosion of matter in
  otherwise empty space; rather, space itself began with the big bang
  and carried matter with it as it expanded"[2]

- The expansion of the Universe:

- Helium and Deuterium Abundance in Universe:

- Cosmic Background Radiation from Big Bang:

- Stephen Hawking


Chemistry: The Forming of the Elements

2. Big Bang Nucleosynthesis (BBN, primordial nucleosynthesis): Quarks
   combined to form Hydrogen (and Deuterium, Hydrogen isotope),
   Helium, Lithium, And Beryllium nuclei (no atoms yet; too hot).

Time: ~10 seconds to ~20 minutes (after BB)

Evidence: ???

3. Recombination: +300,000 years, Hydrogen, Helium, Lithium, And Beryllium atoms created; lightest of the elements.
Evidence: "Echoes" from Cosmic Microwave Background

4. Nuclear Fusions: 

Reference: -- see Key Reactions

An Overview:

The Physics and Chemistry of the Interstellar Medium


Abiogenesis: The Emergence of Organic Chemistry & Biology

Overview of Organic Chemistry:
A Coherent Unified Theory for "The Origin of Life":
The Self-Assembly of Organic Molecules and the Origin of Cellular Life
RNA Self-assembly: Cooperation at the Origins of Life | Niles Lehman

The Origin of Life - Abiogenesis - Dr. Jack Szostak

"What is Life?: How chemistry becomes biology", Addy Pross

Darwinian Evolution

Interactions: (static) Chief Taxanomic Subdivisions and Organ Systems of the Animal Phyla The Origin of Life (Compiled by John Kimball)

The Nervous System & Neurology¤«

¤« I am taking Neurology to mean the "scientific study of the
nervous system," 1680s, from Modern Latin neurologia, from Modern
Greek neurologia (1660s)
(see etymology of neurology)

The following should be considered as axioms in sequence:
- Prokaryotic Voltage-Gated Sodium Channels
- action potential sodium and potassium ions channels (repeaters, like alternating current, v. DC)
- Synapses, molecular pores
- receptors (came first), glutamate receptors (before multi-cellular life)
Glutamate transport in wild-type and mutant strans of escherichia coli
- neurotransmitters
- basic circuits (synapse 

Other Hypotheses:
- Evolutionary Neuroscience (p.45) The Auricularia Hypothesis
- Hemichordate Hypothesis
- Inversion Hypothesis



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