Accommodating Probability to Durability as Facing the Onset of Biological Phenomena from Within, Koichiro Matsuno
Life distinguishes itself from non-life in taking advantage of the cohesion of temporal origin which non-life cannot afford.
The temporal cohesion letting the local participants adhere to each other in a contemporaneous manner refers to an instance of the precedent product being pulled into the subsequent production.
Setting the precedent is equivalent to preparing the conditions for the subsequent to follow.
A concrete implementation of the cohesion of temporal origin, compared with the spatial cohesion common in physics, is found in the natural construction of a reaction cycle with use of the temporal affinity exerted from the immediate local environment.
That construction is a temporally local phenomenon in the experiential domain, rather than in the theoretical.
The cohesion originating in the local environment is due to the local act of measurement by the environment.
A major component of the local environment to each reactant in the reaction cycle is the cycle itself.
The cohesion specific to the reaction cycle rests upon the fact that every reaction product from the upstream production in the cycle comes to be fed upon by the immediate downstream production.
Every production constituting the reaction cycle is temporally adjacent to and contemporaneous with the similar others residing in the whole cycle, in sharp contrast to the case of the open-ended linear chain of reaction.
One externalist scheme of appreciating the internalist enterprise of constructing a durable reaction cycle in a contemporaneous manner may become possible as referring to the Bayesian probability.
The durable reaction cycle may be made actual with probability unity under the condition that the products from the preceding production come with the protocol for the similar production to come subsequently.