Oh how interesting; since I don’t use the separation of biotic and abiotic, I’d never actually studied it; So there’s a set of a wikipedia page I hadn’t been on! Fascinating! One can learn a lot when one knows another’s working ontological assumptions – and this helps me understand your way of thinking a little better; for me, many of these abiotic components are alive as they participate in our lives and we participate in theirs – and it is possible that these abiotic components are that from which we arose from, making us in a sense “reduced” atmospheres, water systems, mineral deposits; so much so that we can imagine whole universes filled with those things in our brains – a reduction of all that is because it is part of us. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abiotic_component

 Oh how interesting; since I don’t use the separation of biotic and abiotic, I’d never actually studied it; So there’s a set of a wikipedia page I hadn’t been on! Fascinating!
One can learn a lot when one knows another’s working ontological assumptions – and this helps me understand your way of thinking a little better; for me, many of these abiotic components are alive as they participate in our lives and we participate in theirs – and it is possible that these abiotic components are that from which we arose from, making us in a sense “reduced” atmospheres, water systems, mineral deposits; so much so that we can imagine whole universes filled with those things in our brains – a reduction of all that is because it is part of us.

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