Recursion of Life Cycle
Abstract: “Yì jīng • qián guà”: “`Qián dào biànhuà, gè zhèng xìngmìng. The chaotic pathways change. The life may transform.” Life is an innate gift to all things in a philosophy mettle talent. The topic of life is still a sentient question since the beginning of mankind’s history. Where life can be born, how to die of life, the life on all scales of its phenomenon of human being can be said to be the most complexity, but in essence may also be the most simple, so the answer of life can be from the life itself. The continuous accumulation of quality can make crushable gravity and destroy all the material. Why human beings can be in the chaos of the critical margin and take all the benefits as well as play the appropriate role in the infinite energy absorbers? The order is a prerequisite for the stability of the genes expression, but the motion of the body and the energy metabolism are in the process of chaos creation. Developing towards the lowest entropy growth rate of the state has become the only choice for life stability. The activity of the body makes negative entropy to resist equilibrium entropy, and only the system is guided to the biggest entropy growth rate in final equilibrium state, which is a means of death. In such a corollary that ageing may not be the time scale about the length, it is a point of view about the latitude and longitude of the vector space. When life is close to the final equilibrium state, the body will be guided to the lowest rate of entropy accumulation. This means no marginal effect, no adaptation, no confusion, and of course, there is no possibility of developing life diversity, and so, what has gone no longer comes back again.
文章引用: 李宗谚 , 张恒鸿 , 陈维熊 (2017) 生命兴衰的可能回馈。 中医学， 6， 46-50. doi: 10.12677/TCM.2017.62009
 Schrödinger, E. (1944) What Is Life—The Physical Aspect of the Living Cell. Cambridge University Press, Cam-bridge.
 Peggy, L.C. (2003) The First Law of Psychology Is the Second Law of Thermodynamics: The Energetic Evolutionary Model of the Mind and the Generation of Human Psychological Phenomena. Human Nature Review, 3, 440-447.
 Boyer, B.C. (1968) A History of Mathematics: Henri Poincar. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Toron-to.
Paraschiv-Ionescu, A., Buchser, E., Rutschmann, B., et al. (2008) Nonlinear Analysis of Human Physical Activity Patterns in Health and Disease. Physical Review E, 77, Article ID: 021913.
 Nicoli, G. and Prigogine, I. (1977) Self Organization and Nonequilibrium Systems. Wiley, Hoboken, S24.
 Lineweaver, C.H. and Chas, A.E. (2008) Life, Gravity and the Second Law of Thermodynamics. Physics of Life Reviews, 5, 225-242.
 De Murcia, G. and Shall, S. (2000) From DNA Damage and Stress Signaling to Cell Death: Poly ADP-Ribosylation Reactions. Oxford University Press, Ox-ford.
Mitter, S.K. and Newton, N.J. (2005) Information and Entropy Flow in the Kalman-Bucy Filter. Journal of Statistical Physics, 118, 145-176.