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A. EarthVersion 2023: A PediaPedia Outline Review/Preview as Due to a Collective Planetary Intelligence

PediaPedia Sapiens 2023 At our glossy outset, this double word is meant to remind of the “encyclopedic” identity of this naturalgenesis.net annotated anthology. As this section will illustrate, its historic, revolutionary basis can engender an organic outline sequence, rather than just an alphabetic series. But two decades on into the 2020s, its contents can now be attributed to an Earthumanity sapiensphere transition whom has commenced to learn and know on her/his own.

Whole Outline Review/Preview As this phrase notes, the main content will cover be an update survey to especially record significant advances and breakthroughs of each chapter, section and verse, now 85 in all. A dozen or so select 2018 – 2023 citations will also be listed.

Sustainable Earthropocene Future For all these reasons, in the midst of multi-demic, critical life-support crises, nucular threats, there is such a need for a knowledge discovery event. But it does seem to be the credible case that over 2020 t0 2030, it may be possible to propose the very idea of a phenomenal procreation meant and made to be found. Our intent of all these entries ever remains an intentional, decisive, planetwise, unified, super-oirganic ecosphere.

The present entry is a 2018 – 2022 review and preview as an EarthSmart personsphere seems to reach a new phase of an integral convergent synthesis, as it may close on an actual discovery. This Planatural resource online since 2002 now covers 4,000 text pages with some 9,000 references across 85 sections. After the new, extensive Introduction above, here we enter another, latest survey with a current recital of its premises and rationales as a drafty, synoptic, outline proposal, so to ever gather so many aspects into natural narrative edification. IN

Its main format will then be a full posting of the website Table of Contents so to highlight advances for each topical subject field and item. An array of choice references will add documentation.. By this this approach, a new credence and closure might qualify and express and a phenomenal cocreative organic universality as an ecosmic genesis. In accord with the Planatural Genesis introductory essay above, at this Earth hour, into 2023 a proven veracity of a Genetic-like Code can provide a critical contribution. Along with A Naturome Ecode, this long format across the 80+ sections can provide an extensive scientific support.

A Caveat Please recall that all this content is attributed to and drawn from a 21st century advent of a global person/sapiensphere whom might be learning and knowing on her/his own. Our premise is that such findings can be found across the scientific journals, if of a mind to allow and peruse. We record these writings are not my opinion but evidently there by themselves.

This PediaPedia Sapiens 2023 essay is arranged inio several segments. It opens with a current survey of evident brain/mind-like cognitive qualities of an Earthumanity sapience. Within such a knowsphere context, we would propose a Planatural PhiloSophia to gather the scientific aspects into a visionary narrative. As a main result, an array of revolutionary ecosmos uniVerse to EarthVersion features are recited as they may now reveal a unified, invariant spatial and temporal scenario. Its animate, fertile essence occurs by virtue of a self-organized, genomic-like vitality which energizes and informs an astrobiochemical network development. We go on with a detailed report of a double, Naturome Ecodel commonality, along with novel 2020s qualities

To continue, our rarest Earth has been able to support an evolutionary course of bodies, brains, intelligence, agency and selves to an extent it now appears as a stratified gestation. By this unique retrospect, an apparent geonativity event at term is alluded to. But in the past few years, as Super Earth Nova documents, a singular significance for our home bioplanet as a unique fittest candidate has arisen. By turns, if kinder wins over cinder, an Earthropocene sustainable, participatory, cocreative future can open for precious Earthlings. A fourth Earthernity 2030 module is added for all manner of projects and speculations going forward.

Planatural PhiloSophia Wisdome

Major Evolutionary Emergent Transition At the ourset, a further stage might lately be seen in occurrence as it ascends to and closes over life’s planetary personsphere. Into these years, it has taken a while to recognize this as it may only now become evident.

An EarthKinder Individuality As its Chap.V. Sect. A documents, each nested level from genes to peoples seems to take on a personal identity, often with a new genetic-like mode, as a new whole cellular grouping begins. Yes, we cite KinderKind in accord.

Global Sapiensphere As a prime consequence, an equivalent brainy facility, as it forms and proceeds, can be seen as learning, gaining knowledge, and maybe coming upon a real discovery by her/his own self-endeavor.

WholeWorld BiCameral Complementary Cognizance Such an implied, projected cerebral faculty (see Dan Graham, et al Chap. II, Sect C), ought to similarly take on archetypal discrete node and link relational phases. In this way a new, infant-like visionary encounter might accrue and occur on an KinderKind scale.

Sophia Sapiens: a Woman’s Ecosmos For these reasons, an ecological reproductive spacescape with an encoded fertility (From Eternity to Maternity) could well be viewed. As Gender Complements cites, a feminine competence uses each side join a fine acuity with a holistic, integral scene so as to achieve a meaningful witness.

Going on, it is imperative that an entrenched patriarchy be fully indicted as toxic egotist madmen brutalize, enslave, silence any feminine quality. (Just read the daily Human Rights news.) Here is a fatal aberration of rapacious, barbaric violence that seems bent on a final Armageddon.

Phenomenal Knowledge To stay on message, a grand benefit would be a whole mindful ability to observe an independent existence with its own certain identity and
temporal course, (which left side men are unable to do), so tp allow this genesis vision. That is to say (as I have been told) we need to have a wherewithal to see something dynamic and formative going on by itself. Every facet of our occasion then gains a double dimension, whereof people become exemplary participants.

A Discovery Code Event For the time being, a note is made that a once and future concept that this universal presence, however vast, comes with a built-in way it is made and meant to be known by we Earthlings. Wuman and universe. microcosm and Macrocosm are one and the same as some manner of a familial ecosmos.

eLibrary of eCosmos Over the 21st century, as these qualities, features, occurrences reinforce over the 21st century, as the many topical website references attest, a worldwise edition of an open “accumulated knowledge repository” has come to envelope so as to provide an integral knowledge to guide us through. That is to say our Participatory role much involves an Iteracy Literacy achievement by way of its genetic-like hereditary code

A Procreative Family Ecosmos UniVerse

A Revolutionary Procreative Organic Ecosmos Universe We can now move on to an epochal encounter of an animate, innately fertile, “pregnant” (C. de Duve) emergent development as it altogether forms in our knowsphere midst. An olden left side, men only mode has wound up with a pointless morbidity, case closed, not even Ptolemaic. In regard, one can now gather and integrate many features and qualities that can just now be found across the literature.

But a comparison of these old and new moribund machine to an innate organic fertility views, it is important to note that our ascendant EarthVersion is distinguished by a second deep dimension of an immaterial, mathematic, genomic-like source. Particles are “pointless, “peoples” are surely not. This independent realm then carries an informative prescription so as to generate, self-organize, and impel phenotype-like phenomenal beings and becomings from uniVerse to our peopleVerse.

A Moon to MultiVerse Spacescape At this point, this 400 year historic expanse is known, in our home uniVerse, to be populated with a trillion or so galaxies, each with billions of vicarious stars. Since c. 2000, an epochal discovery of myriad stellar orrerys with some sextillion profligate global objects has occurred. A philosophia point could add that it is beginning to seem that an entire uniVerse may have a certain, knowable identity and temporal course of its own

Solar/Ovular Planetary Incubators Similarly, as the ExoEarths section reports, there are current inklings that these starry systems may have an overall conducive, life-bearing, evolutionary essence. As if sunny incubators, habitable (benign) mid-zones then favor longer-duration bioworlds (see Earth Alive) can give life a chance to evolve, develop, personify and maybe rise to become worldwise progeny.

A UniVersal Naturome Ecode

Ecosmomics: An Independent, Informative Genomic Source With an organic, fertile spacescape in place, an essential biological astro-milieu ought then be considerably graced with its own innate, genetic quality. This Chapter IV describes and documents many ways since the 1990s that such a mathematic, generative source cause has been found, quantified, explained and distilled to a common code. Thus a bigender familial form and its exemplary, omic/iconic result lately distinguishes everything and everyone with a heretofore unkonwn actual, factual image and significance.

Since the 1990s, complex adaptive systems, multiplex neural networks, cellular automata, fractal invariances, interactive agents, computational intelligences qualities have been found to infuse and inform every scale and instance from universe to us. A prime 21st century finding is that as these archetype modes (node/link, me/We) engage in communicative behaviors, they proceed to self-organize into emergent, viable patterns and processes into ensembles. In accord, a major achievement of our global genius in the 2020s is that a whole spatial and temporal recurrence in kind has been robustly proven.

In more regard, the full Natureome section next provides extensive references as this common result becomes evident over every depth and breath. A timeline from 2000 to 2015 to 2022 now defines a scientific sequence as many initial versions were clarified and melded into one iconic, biconic and triune animate unity (aka as yin/yand and Tao). These earlier years, focussed on a spatial-component complex adaptive systems phase (John Holland, Murrary Gell Mann) through to c. 2015. The node/link network theories and topologies over this period added more structural features.
However in the later 2010s, a second dynamic, reciprocal process became evident which this biological phenomena appears to seek and settle into. First cited in the 1970s by Stuart Kauffman, and the 1980s by Per Bak, one could note Dante Chialvo and Miguel Munoz (search names) today. This steady propensity has been dubbed a Self-Organized Criticality whence a temporal fluidity maintains a middle balance between more or less orderly, polar states. Altogether it seems that life knows best and prefers an active contrast between such archetypal modes for any organic or social instance.

Nature’s “sweet spot” poise. These 21st century anatomy and physiology, fractal and vitality features have been dubbed by this title (D. Chialvo) for their common node/link, me/We, past/future, conserve/create, golden mean quality. Another “Chimera” version (Anna Zakharova) resides in both phases at once, As a latest example, we cite Phase Transitions and Criticality in the Collective Behavior of Animals by Pawel Romanczuk and Bryan Daniels at (arXiv:2211.03879.) wherein Humboldt University and Arizona State University theorists conceive an integral convergence of their form and function. The paper will be a chapter for the 2023 Volume VII of the World Scientific series Order, Disorder, and Criticality, edited by Yuri Holovatch in Lviv, Ukraine.

An Evolutionary Developmental Embryonic Gestation

With all this in place, we reach life’s Ecosmic and Earthly progression from spontaneous network origins all the way to a major planetary personsphere fultillment. From 2022, a once and future appreciation can arise in an animate, fecund, encoded procreativity. (Indeed in Darwin’s day, a popular theme was “universal gestation.”) But a 20th century study of skeletal bodies and a random modern synthesis led to its denial and demise. Nut we can now list an array of advances into a worldwise century which can reveal an oriented “genesis synthesis.”

As Chap. V enters in such detail, an informative source of a self-organizing, genetic-like code vivifies a reproductive course. By the 2020s, a nested major transitions scale of a cellular wholes extends all the way to our global resolve forms. Into this year, a new Chapter VI can describe a neural, cognitive encephalization which proceeds, thickens, learns, quickens, along with metabolism and morphology.

As this evolutionary ascent goes forth, a relative degree of individual proactive agency and behavior in cohesive groupings, aka creative union, fluoresces and flourishes. In addition, as Chap. V, D records, in 2019 the British Linnean Society and colleagues (Peter Corning, Stuart Newman) realized that it was no longer possible to ignore, or deny that a teleological, orthogenetic orientation was actually going on. (See Chapter V for many more reasons.)

GeoNativity: A 1990 – 2020s – 2060 Parturient Planet

As our Planatural Genesis introduction above notes, the website considers, life’s long evolution can take on an actual identity as an embryonic developmental gestation. As on occasion in these essays, and by reference entries lately quantify, we cite some affinities between a person (mother) and a gravid bioglobe. As one may just follow this theme, three prime features might serve. As references by Karin Schwab, Hugo Largercrantz, Jean-Pierre Changeux and others cite, it has been found that at some point in the birth/hatch process each fetus awakens from a long dream sleep to their own self-consciousness. In an oviparous case, each hatchling has had to break their shell by their own initiative. Another aspect for any organism would be the reception, in some form, of their own personal genetic complementary code.

This Autumn 2022 capsule state of the dynamic ecosmos uniVerse now proceeds to an essay and chapter survey.

Planatural Genesis 2022: A WumanWise Vista of a Phenomenal ProCreative, Ecosmos Hereditary UniVerse

EarthVersion 2023: A Whole Outline Review/Preview as Due to a WorldWise Collective Intelligence

A Naturome Ecode: A Familial, Complementary, UniVerse to PedisVerse, Ecosmome to Geonome Endowment

Earthernity 2030: Our Unique Significance as a Fittest, Smartest, CoCreative Ecosmocene Candidate

I. Our EarthVerse Edition: A 21st Century, Scientific, PhiloSophia, eLibrary of eCosmos, Resource

II. Pedia Sapiens: A Planetary Progeny Comes to Her/His Own Actual Factual Knowledge

III. Ecosmos: A Revolutionary Fertile, Habitable, Solar-Bioplanet Lifescape

IV. Ecosmomics: An Independent Source Script of Generative, Self-Similar, Complex Network Systems

V. Life's Corporeal Evolutionary Development Organizes Itself: An EarthWin Genesis Synthesis

VI. Life’s Neural Cogniton Gains Intelligence, Aware Agency, Vital Behavior, Individuality

VII. Our Earthuman Ascent: A Major Evolutionary Transition in Individuality

VIII. Earth Earns: Our Open Participatory Earthropocene to Ecosmocene Destiny

IX. Natural Genesis 2020: A 21st Chapter, Section and Verse Synoptic Review

I. Our Personphere Edition: A 21st Century, Scientific, PhiloSophia, eLibrary of eCosmos, Resource

A. Homo (Womo) Sapiens: Historic Prescience of an Animate Milieu

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Popov, Igor. Orthogenesis versus Darwinism. International: Springer, 2018.
Riskin, Jessica. The Restless Clock: A History of the Centuries-Long Argument over What Makes Living Things Tick. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2016.
Sarasohn, Lisa. The Natural Philosophy of Margaret Cavendish. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010.
Young, George. The Russian Cosmists. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.

B. An Anthropo Phase: A 1990 – 2020 Ecocmos UniVerse to WumanVerse CoCreation Becomes Evident

This span is the interim, transitional phase as Earth life evolved and emerged to a sapient personsphere contains some 280 references which offer an array of glimpses, aspects and promises.

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C. Our Earthropo Sapiensphere: A 2020s Robust, Self-Similar, Familial, PediaVersion Comes Altogether

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Kuppers, Bernd-Olaf. The Language of Living Matter: How Molecules Acquire Meaning. International: Springer Frontiers, 2021.
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Ravn, Ib. Beyond Chaos and Rigidity, Flexstability. New Ideas in Psychology. August 2022.
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II. Pedia Sapiens: A Planetary Progeny Comes to Her/His Own Actual Factual Knowledge

A. Aboriginal Quest(ion)

1. Indigenous Intimation: Mythic Animism

2. Perennial Wisdome: An AnthropoCosmic Code

3. The Book of Naturome: A New Translation

4. A Whole World PhiloSophia Communion: An Ubuntu Universe

By its global compass, this section offers a sense and sample of a wider and deeper vista beyond a sterile west/north myopia which can allow and reveal a phenomenal vitality with a place and purpose for we peoples (ideally). In regard, we attempt to gather an organic African feminine wisdom which extols a viable abidance of reciprocal member/group communities.

Chung, Daihyun. The Ubiquity of Humanity and Textuality in Human Experience. Humanities. 4/885, 2015.
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Karenga, Maulana. MAAT: The Moral Ideal in Ancient Egypt: A Study in Classical African Ethics. New York: Routledge, 2004.
Nicholson, Daniel and John Dupre, eds. Everything Flows: Towards a Processual Philosophy of Biology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018.

B. The Spiral of Science: Homo to Anthropo to an Earthropo HumanKinder

Dworkin, Jordan, et al. The Emergent Integrated Network Structure of Scientific Research. PLoS One. 14/4, 2019.
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Gomez-Vargas, Isidro, et al. Neural Networks Optimized by Genetic Algorithms in Cosmology. arXiv:2209.02685.
Kitano, Hiroaki. Nobel Turing Challenge: Creating the Engine for Scientific Discovery. NPJ Systems Biology. 7/29, 2021.

Lavin, Alexander, et al. Simulation Intelligence: Towards a New Generation of Scientific Methods. arXiv:2112.03235.
Marshall, Stuart, et al. Formalizing the Pathways to Life using Assembly Spaces. Entropy. 24/7, 2022.
Renn, Jurgen. The Evolution of Knowledge: Rethinking Science for the Anthropocene Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2020
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1. Earthificial Intelligence: A Deep Neural Network Planetary Computational Science Begins

Within this 2018 – 2022 moment, as global collaborations spread and intensify, an EarthSmart convergent synthesis involves a further spiral ascent to a cerebral, computational phase. As the section notes, while defined and programmed by persons, it is meant to search, sort and proceed on its own. In actuality, a thinking and learning planetary intelligence in service to peace and sustainability might come into beingness.

Bahri, Yasaman, et al. Statistical Mechanics of Deep Learning. Annual Review of Condensed Matter Physics. 11/501, 2020.
Bausch, Johannes and Felix Leditsky. Quantum Codes from Neural Networks. New Journal of Physics. 22/023005, 2020.
Chantada, Augusto, et al. Cosmological Informed Neural Networks to Solve the Background Dynamics of the Universe. arXiv:2205.02945.
Huertan-Company, M. and F. Lanusse. The Dawes Review 10: The Impact of Deep Learning for the analysis of Galaxy Surveys. arXiv:2210.01813.

Krenn, Mario, et al. On Scientific Understanding with Artificial Intelligence. arXiv:2204.01467.
Ohler, Simon, et al. Towards Learning Self-Organized Criticality of Rydberg Atoms using Graph Neural Networks. arXiv:2207.08927.
Spraque, Kyle, et al. Watch and Learn – A Generalized Approach for Transferrable Learning in Deep Neural Networks via Physical Principles. Machine Learning: Science and Technology. 2/2, 2021.
Wood, Charlie. How to Make the Universe Think for Us. Quanta. June 1, 2022.

C. Earth Learns: An Emergent Transition via Global/Local Self-Organizing, Intelligent Collaborations

Aerts, Diederik, et al. Towards a Quantum World Wide Web. Theoretical Computer Science. 752/116, 2018.
Frank, Adam, et al. Intelligence as a Planetary Scale Process. International Journal of Astrobiology. February, 2022.
Graham, Daniel. An Internet in Your Head: A New Paradigm for How the Brain Works. New York: Columbia University Press, 2021.
Heylighen, Francis and Shima Beigi. Mind outside Brain: A Radically Non-Dualist Foundation for Distributed Cognition. Carter, J. Adam, et al, eds. Socially Extended Epistemology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018.
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Millhouse, Tyler, et al. Frontiers in Collective Intelligence: A Workshop Report. arXiv:2112.06864.
Momennejad, Ida. Collective Minds: Social Network Topology Shapes Collective Cognition. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. December 2021.
Noriega-Campero, Alejandro, et al. The Wisdom of the Network: How Adaptive Networks Promote Collective Intelligence. arXiv:1805.04766.
Robin, Amanda, et al. Major Evolutionary Transitions and the Roles of Facilitation and Information in Ecosystem Transformations. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. December 2021.
Zurn, Perry and Danielle Bassett. Network Architectures Supporting Learnability. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. February, 2020.

1. A Galileo, Global Genius, Galactic Glossary and Journal Reference Directory

III. Ecosmos: A 21st Century Fertile, Habitable, Solar-Bioplanet Lifescape

A. UniVerse Alive: An Organic, Self-Made, Ecoded, Personal Procreativity

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1. Quantum Organics in the 21st Century

As the introduction records, and citations convey, into the 21st century a quite different understanding of this deepest physical realm has been achieved. Rather than so strange as to be incoherent, the prior classical divide is dissolved by virtue of finding the same complex network phenomena in self-organizing effect even here. Thus a “second revolution,” alongside the olden model, is now apace with computational, internet and behavioral advances. A consequence is an ability to fill in a whole dynamic universality even for this once arcane scale.

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2. A Consilience of Biology and Physics: Active Matter

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3. Earth Alive: A GaiaSphere Sustains Her/His Own Viability

Arthur, Rudy and Arwen Nicholson. Selection Principles for Gaia. Journal of Theoretical Biology. October, 2021.
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Lyons, Timothy, et al. Oxygenation, Life and the Planetary System during Earth’s Middle History. Astrobiology. July 21, 2021.
Payne, Jonathan, et al. The Evolution of Complex Life and the Stabilization of the Earth System. Interface Focus June, 2020.
Steffen, Will, et al. The Emergence and Evolution of Earth System Science. Nature Reviews Earth & Environment. 1/1, 2020.

4. Universal Evolution: A Celestial Expanse

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A. Our Whole Scale EcosmoVerse Description Project

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Linder, Eric. Isogrowth Cosmology (How to Map the Universe). arXiv:2204.09071.
Park, Changbom, et al. Formation and Morphology of the First Galaxies in the Cosmic Morning. arXiv.2202.11925.
Pimentel, Guilherme, et al, eds. Inflation: Theory and Observations. arXiv:2203.008128.
Vazza, Franco. The Complexity and Information Content of Simulated Universes. arXiv:2007.05995.
Villaescusa-Navarro, Francisco, et al.. The CAMELS Project: Public Data Release. arXiv:2201.01300.
Vogelsberger, Mark, et al. Cosmological Simulations of Galaxy Formation. Nature Reviews Physics. 2/1, 2020.
Wilding, Georg, et al. Persistent Homology of the Cosmic Web. arXiv:2011.12851.

1. Quantum Cosmology Theoretic Unity

Bojowald, Martin. Foundations of Quantum Cosmology. Online: IOP Publishing, 2020.
Brahma, Suddhasattwa, et al. Universal Signature of Quantum Entanglement Across Cosmological Distances. arXiv:2107.06910.
Coley, Alan and George Ellis. Theoretical Cosmology. Classial and Quantum Gravity. 37/1, 2020.
Hartle, James. How Nature is Conformable to Herself: A View from Quantum Cosmology. arXiv:1909.08724.
Ijjas, Anna. Numerical Relativity as a New Tool for Fundamental Cosmology. arXiv:2201.03752.

Kallosh, Renata and Andrei Linde. Hybrid Cosmological Attractors. arXiv:2204.02425..
Overbye, Dennis. Black Holes May Hide a Mind-Bending Secret About Our UniVerse. New York Times, October 10, 2022.
Sanchez, Norma. New Quantum Phase of the Universe before Inflation and its Cosmological and Dark Energy Implications. arXiv:1912.06655.
Smolin, Lee.Einstein’s Unfinished Revolution. New York: Penguin, 2019.
Wetterich, Christof. Fundamental Scale Invariance. arXiv:2007.08805.

2. Systems Physics: Self-Organization

Drossel, Barbara. Strong Emergence in Condensed Matter Physics. arXiv:1909.01134.
Green, Sara and Robert Batterman. Making Sense of Top-Down Causation: Universality and Functional Equivanence in Physics and Biology. Voosholz, J and M. Gabriel, eds.. Top_Down Causation and Emergence. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2021.
Hidalgo, Jorge, et al. Cooperation, Competition and the Emergence of Criticality in Communities of Adaptive Systems. Journal of Statistical Mechanics. March, 2016.
Koorehdavoudi, Hana and Paul Bogdan. A Statistical Physics Characterization of the Complex Systems Dynamics. Nature Scientific Reports. 6/27602, 2016.
Perc, Matjaz. Beauty in Artistic Expressions through the Eyes of Networks and Physics. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. March 11, 2020.
Rodriguez, Quentin. Idealizations and Analogies. arXiv:2110.12712.
Rovelli, Carlo. The Relational Interpretation of Quantum Physics. arXiv:2109.09170.

3. Supramolecular Systems Chemistry

Cao, Yudong, et al. Quantum Chemistry in the Age of Quantum Computing. arXiv:1812.09976.
Cejkova, Jitka and Julyan Cartwright. Chembrionics and Systems Chemistry. ChemSystemsChem. 4/3, 2022.
Doty, David and Shaopeng Zhu. Computational Complexity of Atomic Chemical Reaction Networks. arXiv:1702.05704.
Ghosh, Abhik and Paul Kiparsky. Grammar of the Elements. American Scientist. November, 2019.
Grzybowski, Bartosz, et al. From Dynamic Self-Assembly to Networked Chemical Systems. Chemical Society Reviews. 46/5647, 2017.

Marshall, Stuart, et al. Formalizing the Pathways to Life Using Assembly Spaces. Entropy. 24/7, 2022.
McArdle, Sam, et al. Quantum Computational Chemistry. Review of Modern Physics. 92/015003, 2020.
Mikhailov, Alexander and Gerhard Ertl. Chemical Complexity: Self-Organization Processes in Molecular Systems. Switzerland: Springer Frontiers, 2017.
Zenil, Hector, et al. Algorithmic Complexity and Reprogrammability of Chemical Structure Networks. arXiv:1802.05856.

4. Geosphere, Hydrosphere, Atmosphere as Complex, Network Systems

Biswas, Soumyajyoti, et al. Statistical Physics of Fracture and Earthquakes. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A. Vol.377/Iss.2136, 2018.
Bonetti, Sara, et al. Channelization Cascade in Landscape Evolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 117/1375, 2020.
Bui, Dieu Tien, et al. Novel Hybrid Evolutionary Algorithms for Spatial Prediction of Floods. Nature Scientific Reports. 8/15364, 2018.
Cornacchia, Loreta, et al. Self-Organization of River Vegetation Leads to Emergent Buffering of River Flows. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. July, 2020.
Hunt, Allan and Stefano Manzoni. Networks on Networks: The Physics of Geobiology and Geochemistry. Online: Morgan & Claypool Publishers, 2015.

Menon, Anirudha and Banasri Basu. Uncovering the Fractal Nature of Water Vapor Distribution above the Surface of the Earth. arXiv:2211.04106.
Meng, Fanzhen, et al. Power Law Relations in Earthquakes from Microscopic to Macroscopic Scales. Nature Scientific Reports. 9/10705, 2019.
Rak, Rafal, et al. Universal Features of Mountain Ridge Networks on Earth. Journal of Complex Networks. May, 2019.
Selvam, Amujuri Mary. Self-Organized Criticality and Predictability in Atmospheric Flows: The Quantum World of Clouds and Rain. International: Springer, 2017.

C. The Information Computation Turn

Cuffaro, Michael and Samuel Fletcher. Physical Perspectives on Computation, Computational Perspectives on Physics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018.
Davies, Paul. The Demon in the Machine: How Hidden Webs of Information are Solving the Mystery of Life. London: Allen Lane, 2019.
Dodig-Crnkovic, Gordana. Nature as a Network of Morphological Infocomputational Processes for Cognitive Agents. European Physical Journal Special Topics. 226/181, 2017.
Ensslin, Torsten, et al. The Physics of Information. Annalen der Physik. 531/3, 2019.
Floridi, Luciano. The Logic of Information. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019.
Ghavasieh, Arsham and Manilo De Domenico. Statistical Physics of Network Structure and Information Dynamics. Journal of Physics: Complexity. February, 2022.

Hidalgo, Cesar. Why Information Grows: The Evolution of Order, from Atoms to Economies. New York: Basic Books, 2015.
Hoffmeyer, Jesper and Frederik Stjernfelt. The Great Chain of Semiosis. Biosemiotics. Online September, 2015.
Horsman, Dominic, et al. The Natural Science of Computing. Communications of the ACM. August, 2017.
Mainzer, Klaus. The Digital and the Real Universe: Foundations of Natural Philosophy and Computational Physics. Philosophies. 4/1, 2019.
Varn, Dowman and Jim Crutchfield. What did Erwin Mean? The Physics of Information from the Genomics of Aperiodic Crystals to Molecular Information Catalysts. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A. October, 2015.
Walker, Sara Imari, et al, eds. From Matter to Life: Information and Causality. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017.

1. A CoCreative Participatory UniVerse

Benioff, Paul. Relation between Observers and Effects of Number Valuation in Science. arXiv:1804.04633.
Bynum, Terrell Ward. Ethics, Information, and Our “It-from-Bit” Universe. arXiv:1802.02029.
D’Ariano, Giacomo, et al. Quantum Theory from First Principles: An Informational Approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017.
Fuchs, Christopher and Andrei Khrennikov. Quantum Information Revolution. Foundations of Physics. 50/12, 2020.

Mermin, David. Making Better Sense of Quantum Mechanics Reports on Progress in Physics. 82/1, 2018.
Nesteruk, Alexei. A Participatory Universe of J. A. Wheeler as an Intentional Correlate of Embodied Subjects and an Example of Purposiveness in Physics.. arXiv:1304.2277.
Scharf, Caleb. The Ascent of Information: Books, Bits, Genes, Machines, and Life’s Unending Algorithm. New York: Riverhead Books, 2021.

E. Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics of Living Systems

Beck, Christian, et al. Nonextensive Statistical Mechanics, Superstatistics and Beyond: Theory and Applications in Astrophysical and Complex Systems. European Physical Journal Special Topics. 229/707, 2020.
Haddad, Wassim. A Dynamical Systems Theory of Thermodynamics. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2019.
Hernando, Alberto and Angel Plastino. The Thermodynamics of Urban Population Flows. Physical Review E. 86/066105, 2012.
Jeffery, Kate, et al. On the Statistical Mechanics of Life: Schrodinger Revisited. Entropy. 21/12, 2019.
Kempes, Christopher, et al. The Thermodynamic Efficiency of Computations Made in Cells across the Range of Life. arXiv:1706.05043.

Kondepudi, Dilip, et al. From Dissipative Structures to Biological Evolution: A Thermodynamic Perspective. Dambricourt Malasse, Anne, ed. Self-Organization as a New Paradigm in Evolutionary Biology. International: Springer, 2022.
Nigmatullin, Ramil and Mikhail Prokopenko. Thermodynamic Efficiency of Interactions in Self-Organizing Systems. arXiv:1912.08948.
Rovelli, Carlo. How Causation is Rooted into Thermodynamics. arXiv:2211.00888.
Skene, Keith. Life’s a Gas: A Thermodynamic Theory of Biological Evolution. Entropy. July, 2015.
Zenil, Hector, et al. The Thermodynamics of Network Coding, and an Algorithmic Refinement of the Principle of Maximum Entropy. Entropy.s 21/6, 2019.

1. Life's New Open Quantum Informatiive Resource Thermodynamics

Alicki, Robert and Ronnie Kosloff. Introduction to Quantum Thermodynamics: History and Prospects. arXiv:1801.08314.
Ball, Philip. Physicists Rewrite the Fundamental Law that Leads to Disorder. Quanta. May 26, 2022.
Binder, Felix, et al, eds. Thermodynamics in the Quantum Regime. International: Springer, 2021.
Bowick, Mark, et al. Symmetry, Thermodynamics and Topology in Active Matter. Physical Review X. February, 2022.
Dann, Roie and Ronnie Kosloff. Unification of the First Law of Quantum Thermodynamics. arXiv:2208.10561.
Rubino, Giulia, et al. Quantum Superposition of Thermodynamic Evolution with Opposing Time’s Arrow. Communications Physics. November 2022.
Shah, Ruhi and Jonathan Gorard. Quantum Cellular Automata, Black Hole Thermodynamics and the Laws of Quantum Complexity. Complex Systems. 28/4, 2019.
Wilson, Matt and Giulio, Chilibella. A Mathematical Framework for Transformations of Physical Processes. arXiv:2204.04319.
Wolchover, Natalie. The Quantum Thermodynamics Revolution. Quanta. May 2, 2017.

2. Cosmopoiesis: An Autocatalytic, Bootstrap Self-Made UniVerse

Blokhuis, Alex, et al. Universal Motifs and the Diversity of Autocatalytic Systems. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 41/25230, 2020.
Dufour, Gwenaelle and Steven Charnley. Astrochemical Bistability: Autocatalysis in Oxygen Chemistry. Astrophysical Journal. 887.1, 2019.
Kolchinsky, Artemy. A Thermodynamic Threshold for Darwinian Evolution. arXiv:2112.02809.
Lancet, Doron. Systems Protobiology: Origin of Life by Mutually Catalytic Networks. Life. Online July, 2018.
Peng, Zhen, et al. The Hierarchical Organization of Autocatalytic Reaction Networks and its Relevance to the Origin of Life. PLoS Computational Biology. September, 2022.
Preiner, Martina, et al. Catalysts, Autocatalysis and the Origin of Metabolism. Interface Focus. October, 2019.
Teuscher, Christof. Revisiting the Edge of Chaos. Biosystems. May 2022.
Wolchover, Natalie.Cosmic Triangles Open a Window to the Origin of Time. Quanta. October 29, 2019
Xavier, Joana, et al. Autocatalytic Chemical Networks at the Origin of Metabolism. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. March, 2020.

F. Systems Cosmology: Fractal SpaceTimeMatter

Aschwanden, Markus. The Fractality of Astrophysical Self-Organized Criticality. arXiv:2203.12484.
Butler, Travis and Georgi Georgiev. Self-Organization in Stellar Evolution. arXiv:2202.02318.
De Marzo, Giordano, et al. Zipf’s Law for Cosmic Structures. Astronomy & Astrophysics. 651/A114, 2021.
Einasto, Jaan, et al. On Fractal Properties of the Cosmic Web. arXiv:2002.02813.
Gaite, Jose. Scale Symmetry in the Universe. Symmetry. 12/4, 2020

Garcia-Sanchez, Miguel, et al. The Emergence of Interstellar Molecular Complexity Explained by Interacting Networks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 119/30, 2022. arXiv:2203.05995.
Palmer, Tim. Bell’s Theorem, Non-Computability and Conformal Cyclic Cosmology. arXiv:2108.10902.
Teles, Sharon, et al. Galaxy Distributions as Fractal Systems. arXiv:2209.15044.
Toriumi, Shin and Vladimir Airapelian. Universal Scaling Laws for the Solar and Stellar Atmospheric Heating. arXiv:2202.01232.

G. Anthropic, Biotropic, Earthropic Principles

Adams, Fred C.. The Degree of Fine-Tuning in our Universe – and Others. arXiv:1902.03928.
Barnes, Luke. The Fine-Tuning of the Universe for Life. arXiv:21110.07783.
Livio, Marco and Martin Rees. Fine-Tuning, Complexity, and Life in the Multiverse. Sloan, David, et al, eds. Fine-Tuning in the Physical Universe. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2020.
Slijepcevic, Predrag. Natural Intelligence and Anthropic Reasoning. Biosemiotics. July, 2020.

H. An Astrochemistry to Astrobiological Complexity

Cleland, Carol. The Quest for a Universal Theory of Life. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2019.
Koksal, Elif, et al. Spontaneous Formation of Prebiotic Compartment Colonies on Hadean Earth and Pre-Noachian Mars. ChemSystemsChem. 4/3, 2022.
Kolb, Vera, ed. Handbook of Astrobiology. Boca Raton: CRC Press, 2019.
McGuire, Brett. 2021 Census of Interstellar, Circumstellar, Extragalactic Protoplanetary Disk, and Exoplanetary Molecules. arXiv:2109.13848.

Meadows, Victoria, et al, eds. Planetary Astrobiology. Tempe: University of Arizona Press, 2020.
Navrotsky, Alexandra and Kristina Lilova. Materials of the Universe: The Final Chemical Frontier. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry. 5/8, 2021.
Yamagishi, Akihiko, et al. Astrobiology: From the Origins of Life to the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence. Singapore: Springer, 2019.

I. ExoPlanets, Solar Systems, Habitable Zones, Biosignature Census

Burkhardt, Christoph. Planetary Genealogy. arXiv:2203.02203.
Canup, Robin and Philip Christensen, Co-Chairs. Origins, Worlds and Life: A Decadal Strategy for Planetary Science and Astrobiology. Washington, DC: National Academy of Sciences, 2022.
Gaudi, B. Scott, et al. The Demographics of Exoplanets. arXiv:2011.04703.
Gilbert, Gregory and Daniel Fabrycky. An Information Theoretic Framework for Exoplanetary System Architectures. arXiv:2003.11098.

Haqq-Misra, Jacob, et al. Opportunities for Technosignature Science in the Planetary and Astrobiology Decadal Survey. arXiv: 2209.11685.
Madhusudan, Nikku, ed. ExoFrontiers: Big Questions in Exoplanetary Science. Online:IOP Science Books, 2022.
Raymond, Sean and Alessandro Morbidelli. Planet Formation: Key Mechanisms and Global Models. arXiv:2002.05756.
Sandford, Emily, et al. On Planetary Systems as Ordered Sequences. arXiv:2105.09966.

5. Novel ExoUniverse Studies

Alonso-Serrano, Ana, et al, eds. The Multiverse. Universe. July, 2019.
Jamieson, Drew and Marilena LoVerde. Quintessential Isocurvature in a Separate Universe. arXiv:1812.08765.
Kartvelishvili, Guram, et al. The Self-Organized Critical Multiverse. arXiv:2003.12594.
Sandora, McCullen. Multiverse Predictions for Habitability: Fraction of Planets that Develop Life. arXiv:1903.06283.
Siegfried, Tom. The Number of the Heavens, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2019.
Vidotto, Francesca. Time, Space and Matter in the Primordial Universe. arXiv:2207.13722.

J. Super Earth Nova: Could Our Especial Home be the Fittest, Smartest, Bioworld Candidate?

Anand, Rajagopal. Orbital Properties and Implications for the Initiation of Plate Tectonics and Planetary Habitability. arXiv:2202.10719.
Ballmer, Maxim and Lena Noack. The Diversity of Exoplanets: From Interior Dynamics to Surface Expressions. arXiv:2108.08385.
Chopra, Aditya and Charles Lineweaver. The Case for a Gaian Bottleneck: The Biology of Habitability. International Journal of Astrobiology. 16/1, 2016.
Erdmann, Weronika, et al. How the Geomagnetic Field Influences Life on Earth. Origins of Life and Evolution of Biospheres. 51/231, 2021.
Frank, Adam. Light of the Stars: Alien Worlds and the Fate of the Earth. New York: Norton, 2019.
Haqq-Misra, Jacob. Does the Evolution of Complex Life Depend on the Stellar Spectral Energy Distribution?. arXiv:1905.07343.
Kopparapu,, Ravi, et al. Characterizing Exoplanet Habitability Meadows, Victoria, et al, eds. Planetary Astrobiology. Tempe: University of Arizona Press, 2020.
Martin, Rebecca and Mario Livio. Asteroids and Life: How Special is the Solar System?. arXiv:2202.01352.

O'Callaghan, Jonathan. A Solution to the Faint-Sun Paradox Reveals a Narrow Window for Life. Quanta Magazine. January 27, 2022.
Olson, Stephanie, et al. The Effect of Ocean Salinity on Climate and its Implications for Earth’s Habitability. arXiv:2205.06785.
Secco, Luigi, et al. Habitability of Local, Galactic and Cosmological Scales. arXiv:1912:01569.
Smith, Howard A. The End of Copernican Mediocrity. Zoe Imfeld and Andreas Losch, eds. Our Common Cosmos. London: Bloomsbury, 2018.
Synder-Beattie, Andrew, et al. The Timing of Evolutionary Transitions Suggests Intelligent Life is Rare. Astrobiology. November, 2020.
Wade, Jon, et al. Temporal Variation of Planetary Iron as a Driver of Evolution.. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 118/51, 2021.
Way, M. J.. et al.Large-scale Volcanism and the Heat Death of Terrestrial Worlds. arXiv:2204.12475.
Webb, Stephen. If the Universe is Teeming with Aliens - Where is Everybody? New York: Springer, 2015.

IV. Ecosmomics: An Independent Source Script of Generative, Self-Similar, Complex Network Systems

Altan-Bonnet, Gregoire, et al. Quantitative Immunology for Physicists. Physics Reports. January, 2020.
Azpeitia, Eugenio, et al. Cauliflower Fractal Forms Arise from Perturbations of Floral Gene Networks. Science. 373/192, 2021.
Bizzarri, Mariano, et al. Complexity in Biological Organization: Key Concepts. Entropy. August 12, 2020.
Bourgine, Paul, et al, eds. The CSS Roadmap for Complex Systems Science and its Applications 2012 – 2020. unitwin-cs.org/documents.html.
Coveney, Peter, et al. Bridging the Gaps at the Physics-Chemistry-Biology Interface. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A. Vol. 374/Iss. 2080, 2016.
Frame, Michael and Amelia Urry. Fractal Worlds: Grown, Built, and Imagined. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2016.
Holovatch, Yurij, et al. Complex Systems: Physics beyond Physics. European Journal of Physics. 38/023002, 2017.

Krakauer, David, ed. Worlds Hidden in Plain Sight: The Evolving Idea of Complexity at the Santa Fe Institute 1984 – 2019. Santa Fe, NM: Santa Fe Institute Press, 2019.
Lynn, Christopher, et al. Emergent Scale-Free Networks. arXiv:2210.06453.
Ma’ayan, Avi. Complex Systems Biology. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. Vol. 14/Iss. 134, 2017.
Markovic, Dimitrije and Claudius Gros. Power Laws and Self-Organized Criticality in Theory and Nature. Physics Reports. 536/2, 2014.
Rosas, Fernando, et al. An Information-Theoretic Approach to Self-Organization. arXiv:1808.05602.
Thurner, Stefan, et al. Introduction to the Theory of Complex Systems. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018.
Wurthner, Laeschkir, et al. Bridging Scales in a Multiscale Pattern-Forming System. arXiv:2111.12043.

A. An Array of 21st Century Mathematic, Source-Script, Animate Features

1. Network Physics: A Vital Anatomy and Physiology

Bianconi, Ginestra. Multilayer Networks: Structure and Function. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018.
Chavalarias, David. From Inert Matter to the Global Society: Life as Multi-level Networks of Processes. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. February, 2020.
Gysi, Deisy and Katja Nowick. Construction, Comparison and Evolution of Networks in Life Sciences and Other Disciplines. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. May, 2020.
Fortunato, Santo and Mark Newman. 20 Years of Network Community Detection. arXiv:2208.0111.

Frottier, Theo, et al. Harmonic Structures of Beethoven Quarters: A Complex Network Approach. arXiv:2201.08796.
Ghavasieh, A. and M. De Demonico. Statistical Physics of Network Structure and Information Dynamics. Journal of Physics: Complexity. February 2022.
Kostic, Daniel, et al. Unifying the Essential Concepts of Biological Networks. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. February, 2020.
Mariani, Manuel, et al. Nestedness in Complex Networks: Observation, Emergence, and Implications. Physics Reports. Volume 813, 2019.
Porter, Mason. Nonlinearity + Networks: A 2020 Vision. arXiv:1911.03805.

2. Biteracy: Natural Algorithmic Computation

Caucheteux, Charlotte and Jean-Remi King. Brains and Algorithms Partially Converge in Natural Language Processing. Communications Biology. 5/134, 2022.
Dowek, Gillis. Computation, Proof, Machine: Mathematics Enters a New Age. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015.
Dyson, George. Analogia: The Emergence of Technology beyond Programmable Control. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2020.
Gregor, Karol and Frederic Besse. Self-Organizing Intelligent Matter: A Blueprint for an AI Generating Algorithm. arXiv:2010.07627.

Krause, Andrew, et al. Recent Progress and Open Frontiers for Turing’s Theory of Morphogenesis. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A. November, 2021.
Molina, Daniel, et al. Comprehensive Taxonomies of Nature-and Bio-inspired Optimization. Cognitive Computation. 12/897, 2020.
Nichol, Daniel, et al. Model Genotype-Phenotype Mappings and the Algorithmic Structure of Evolution. Journal of the Royal Society Interface.16/20190332, 2019.
Stepney, Susan, et al, eds. Computational Matter. International: Springer, 2018.
Wolfram, Stephen. Logic, Explainability and the Future of Understanding. Complex Systems. 28/1, 2019.

3. Iteracy: A Rosetta Ecosmos Textuality

Allego, Angel and Roman Orus. The Physical Structure of Grammatical Correlations. arXiv:1708.01525.
Baez, John and Mike Stay. Physics, Topology, Logic and Computation: A Rosetta Stone. Coecke, Bob, ed. New Structures in Physics. Berlin: Springer, 2011.
Coecke, Bob. Compositionality as We See it Everywhere Around Us. arXiv:2110.05327..
Esposti, Mirko, et al, eds. Creativity and Universality in Language. Switzerland: Springer International, 2016.
Kenna, Ralph, et al, eds. Maths Meets Myths: Quantitative Approaches to Ancient Narratives. International: Springer, 2017.

Mufwene, Salikoko, et al. Complexity in Language: Developmental and Evolutionary Perspectives. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017
Najafi, Elham and Amir Darooneh. A New Universality Class in Corpus of Texts: A Statistical Physics Study. Physics Letters A. 382/1140, 2018.
Ramirez-Arellano, Aldo. Classification of Literary Works: Fractality and Complexity of the Narrative, Essay, and Research Article Entropy 22/8, 2020.
Stepney, Susan and Andrew Adamatzky, eds. Inspired by Nature. International: Springer, 2018.
Souza, Barbara, et al. Text Characterization Based on Recurrence Networks. arXiv:2201.06665.

4. Universality Affirmations: A Critical Complementarity

Aschwanden, Markus. Self-Organized Criticality in Solar and Stellar Flares. arXiv:1906.05840.
Bala, Arun. Complementarity beyond Physics. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.
Bastidas, Victor, et al. Chimera States in Quantum Mechanics. arXiv:1807.08056
Chialvo, Dante. Life at the Edge: Complexity and Criticality in Biological Function. arXiv:1810.11737.
Davis, Martin. Universality is Ubiquitous. Floyd, Juliet and Alisa Bokulich, eds. Philosophical Explorations of the Legacy of Alan Turing. International: Springer, 2017.
Jensen, Henrik. Brain, Rain and Forest Fires: What is Critical about Criticality. Journal of Physics: Complexity. 2/032002, 2021.
Munoz, Miguel. Colloquium: Criticality and Dynamical Scaling in Living Systems. Reviews of Modern Physics. 90/031001, 2018.

Notarmuzi, Daniele, et al. Universality, Criticality and Complexity of Information Propagation in Social Media. arXiv:2109.00116.
Paraslesh, Fatemeh, et al. Chimeras Physics Reports. October 2020.
Plenz, Dietmar, et al. Self-Organized Criticality in the Brain. arXiv:2102.09124.
Sanchez-Puig, Fernanda, et al. Heterogeneity Extends Criticality. arXiv.2208.06439. August 2022.
Tadic, Bosiljka and Roderick Melnik. Self-Organized Critical Dynamics as a Key to Fundamental Features of Complexity in Physical, Biological and Social Networks. Dynamics. 2/2, 2022.
Villani, Marco, et al. Evolving Always-Critical Networks. Life. 10/3, 2020.
Zakharova, Anna. Chimera Patterns in Networks. International: Springer, 2020.

5. Common Code: A Further Report of Reliable, Invariant Principles

Amgalan, Anar, et al. Unique Scales Preserve Self-Similar Integrate-and-Fire Functionality of Neuronal Clusters. arXiv:2002.10568.
Araujo, Nuno, et al. Steering Self-Organization through Confinement. arXiv:2204.10059.
Caetano-Anolles, Derek, et al.Evolution of Macromolecular Structure: A ‘Double Tale’ of Biological Accretion. arXiv:1805.06487.
Frank, Steven and Jordi Bascompte. Invariance in Ecological Patterns. arXiv:1906.06979.
Gagler, David, et al. Scaling Laws in Enzyme Function Reveal a New Kind of Biochemical Universality. PNAS. 119/9, 2022.
Garcia-Ruiz, Ronald and Adam Vernon. Emergence of Simple Patterns in Many-Body Systems from Macroscopic Objects to the Atomic Nucleus. arXiv:1911.04819.
Kim, Hyunju, et al. Universal Scaling Across Biochemical Networks of Earth. Science Advances. 5/1, 2019.
Ribeiro, Tiago, et al. Scale-Free Dynamics in Animal Groups and Brain Networks. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. January, 2021.
Tao, Terence. E pluribus unum: From Complexity, Universality Daedalus. 141/3, 2012.
Wurthner, Laeschkir, et al. Bridging Scales in a Multiscale Pattern-Forming System. arXiv:2111.12043.

B. Our Own HumanVerse Genome Studies

Barabasi, Daniel and Albert-Laszlo Barabasi. A Genetic Model of the Connectome. Neuron . 105/1, 2020.
Eraslan, Gokcen, et al. Deep Learning: New Computational Modelling Techniques for Genomics. Nature Reviews Genetics. 20/7, 2019.
Field, Dawn and Neil Davies. Biocode: The New Age of Genomics. New York: Oxford University Press, 2015.
Hebert, Paul, et al. Introduction: From Writing to Reading the Encyclopedia of Life. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. 371/20150321, 2016.
Koonin, Eugene and Artem Novozhilov. Origin and Evolution of the Universal Genetic Code. Annual Review of Genetics. 51/45, 2017.

Mukherjee, Siddhartha. The Gene: An Intimate History. New York: Scribner, 2016.
Sherman, Rachel and Steven Salzberg. Pan-Genomics in the Human Genome Era. Nature Reviews Genetics. 21/243, 2020.
Snyder, Michale, et al. Perspectives on ENCODE. Nature. 583/693, 2020.
Tsuchiya, Masa, et al. Emergent Self-Organized Criticality in Gene Expression Dynamics. PLoS One. June, 2015.
Zimmer, Carl. She Has Her Mother’s Laugh: The Powers, Perversions, and Potential of Heredity. New York: Dutton, 2018.

1. Paleogenomics, Archaeogenomics: Natural Ancestry

Allaga, Benoit, et al. Universality of the DNA Methylation Codes in Eucaryotes Nature Scientific Reports. 9/173, 2019.
Benitez-Burraco, Antonio and Dan Dediu. Ancient DNA and Language. Journal of Language Evolution. 3/1, 2018.
Ermini, Luca, et al. Major Transitions in Human Evolution Revisited. Journal of Human Evolution. Volume 79, 2015.
Frantz, Laurent, et al. Animal Domestication in the Era of Ancient Genomics. Nature Reviews Genetics. 21/8, 2020.
Gokeumen, Omer and Michael Frachetti. The Impact of Ancient Genome Studies in Archaeology. Annual Review of Anthropology. 49/277, 2020

Krause, Johannes and Thomas Trappe. A Short History of Humanity: A New History of Old Europe. New York: Random House, 2021.
Paabo, Svante.Neanderthal Man: In Search of Lost Genomes. New York: Basic Books, 2011.
Racimo, Fernando, et al. Beyond Broad Strokes: Sociocultural Insights from the Study of Ancient Genomes. Nature Reviews Genetics. June 2020.
Reich, David. Ancient DNA and the New Science of the Human Past. New York: Pantheon, 2018.
Weiss, Madeline, et al. The Physiology and Habitat of the Last Universal Common Ancestor. Nature Microbiology. 1/16116, 2016.

2. The Deep Affinity of Genomes and Languages

Cartwright, Julyan, et al. DNA as Information. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A. Vol.374/Iss.2063, 2016.
Faltynek, Dan, et al. On the Analogy between the Genetic Code and Natural Language by Sequence Analysis. Biosemiotics. April, 2019.
Igamberdiev, Abir and Nikita Shklovskiy-Kordi. Computational Power and Generative Capacity of Genetic Systems. BioSystems 142-143/1, 2016.
Lackova, Ludmilla. Folding of a Peptide Continuum: Semiotic Approach to Protein Folding. Semiotica. 233/77, 2020.
Muskhelishvili, Georgi. DNA Information: Laws of Perception. Berlin: SpringerBriefs in Biology, 2015.
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Zolyan, Suren. From Matter to Form: The Evolution of the Genetic Code as Semio-poiesis. Semiotica. March 2022

3. Whole Genome Regulatory Systems: DNA + AND

Aguirre, Jacobo, et al. On the Networked Architecture of Genotype Spaces and Its Critical Effects on Molecular Evolution. arXiv:1804.06835.
Cowen, Lenore, et al. Network Propagation: A Universal Amplifier of Genetic Associations. Nature Reviews Genetics. 18/9, 2017.
Daban, Joan-Ramon. Soft-Matter Properties of Multilayer Chromosomes. Physical Biology. 18/5, 2021.
Daniels, Bryan, et al. Logic and Connectivity Jointly Determine Criticality in Biological Gene Regulatory Networks. arXiv:1805.01447.

Gourab, Ghosh Roy, et al. Bow-Tie Architecture of Gene Regulatory Networks in Species of Varying Complexity. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. June, 2021.
Misteli, Tom. The Self-Organizing Genome: Principles of Genome Architecture and Function. Cell. 183/1, 2020.
Roman-Vicharra, Cristhian and James Cai. Quantum Gene Regulatory Networks. arXiv:2206.15362.
Szedlak, Anthony, et al. Evolutionary and Topological Properties of Genes and Community Structures in Human Gene Regulatory Networks. PLoS Computational Biology. June, 2016.
Verd, Berta, et al. Modularity, Criticality, and Evolvability of a Developmental Gene Regulatory Network. eLife. 8/e43832, 2019.

V. Life's Corporeal Evolutionary Development Organizes Itself: An EarthWin Genesis Synthesis

Bonner, John. The Evolution of Evolution. Journal of Experimental Zoology B. 332/8, 2020.
Cohen, Irun and Assaf Marron. The Evolution of Universal Adaptations of Life is Driven by Universal Properties of Matter: Energy, Entropy and Interaction. F1000Research. July 30, 2020.
Czegel, Daniel, et al. Bayes and Darwin: How Replicator Populations Implement Bayesian Computations. BioEssays. 44/4, 2022.
Dambricourt Malasse, Anne, ed.. Self-Organization as a New Paradigm in Evolutionary Biology. International: Springer, 2022.
Gontier, Nathalie. Testing the “(Neo-) Darwinian” Principles against Reticulate Evolution. Information. 11/7, 2020.
Holford, Mande and Benjamin Normark. Integrating the Life Sciences to Jumpstart the Next Decade of Discover. Integrative & Comparative Biology. 61/6, 2021
Hsieh, Shannon, et al. The Phanerozoic Aftermath of the Cambrian Information Revolution. Paleobiology. 48/3, 2022.

Jaeger, Johannes and Nick Monk. Dynamic Modules in Metabolism, Cell and Developmental Biology. Interface Focus. April, 2021..
Kourki, Arsham. The Evolution of Complex Multicellularity in Animals. Biology & Philosophy. 37/4, 2022.
Manrubia, Susanna, et al. From Genotypes to Organisms: State of the Art and Perspectives of a Cornerstone in Evolutionary Dynamics. arXiv:2002:00363.
Newman, Stuart. Self-Organization in Embryonic Development. arXiv:2108.00532
Noble, Denis. The Illusions of the Modern Synthesis. Biosemiotics 14/1, 2021.
Ostachuk, Agustin. What is It Like to be a Crab? A Complex Network Analysis of Eucaridan Evolution. Evolutionary Biology. 46/2, 2019.
Rao, Riccardo and Stanislas Leibler. Evolutionary Dynamics, Evolutionary Forces, and Robustness: A Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics Perspective. PNAS. 119/13, 2022.
Shapiro, James. Living Organisms Author Their Read-Write Genomes in Evolution. Biology. December, 2017.
Vujovic, Filip, et al. Cellular Self-Organization: An Overdrive in Cambrian Diversity? BioEssays. July 2022.

A. A Major Emergent Evolutionary Transitions Scale

Andersson, Claes and Petter Tornberg. Toward a Macroevolutionary Theory of Human Evolution: The Social Protocell. Biological Theory. 14/2, 2019.
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Hanschen, Erik, et al. Individuality and the Major Evolutionary Transitions. Gissis, Snait, et al, eds. Landscapes of Collectivity in the Life Sciences. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2018.

Nonacs, Peter, et al. Social Evolution and the Major Evolutionary Transition in the History of Life. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. December, 2021.
Robin, Amanda, et al.. Major Evolutionary Transitions and the Roles of Facilitation and Information in Ecosystem Transformations. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. December, 2021.
Waring, Timothy and Zachary Wood. Long-term Gene-culture Coevolution and the Human Evolutionary Transition. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. May, 2021.
Watson, Richard, et al. Design for an Individual: Connectionist Approaches to the Evolutionary Transitions in Individuality. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. March 2022.
West, Stuart, et al. Major Evolutionary Transitions in Individuality. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 112/10112, 2015.

B. Systems Biology Integrates: Genomes, Networks, Symbiosis, Deep Homology

Bogdan, Paul, et al. Biological Networks Across Scales. Integrative & Comparative Biology. 61/6, 2022.
Caetano-Anolles, Kelsey, et al. A Minimal Framework for Describing Living Systems: A MultiDimensional View of Life Scales. Integrative & Comparative Biology. 61/6, 2021
Gazestani, Vahid and Nathan Lewis. From Genotype to Phenotype: Augmenting Deep Learning with Networks and Systems Biology. Current Opinion in Systems Biology. 15/68, 2019.
Gilpin, William, et al. Machine Learning Meets Systems Biology Current Opinion in Systems Biology. July 30, 2020.

Gosak, Marko, et al. Network Science of Biological Systems at Different Scales. Physics of Life Reviews. November 2017.
Holford, Mande and Benjamin Normark. Integrating the Life Sciences to Jumpstart the Next Decade of Discovery. Integrative & Comparative Biology. 61/6, 2021.
Ingalls, Brian. Mathematical Modeling in Systems Biology Cambridge: MIT Press, 2020.
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Stephanou, Angelique, et al. Systems Biology, Systems Medicine, Systems Pharmacology. Acta Biotheretica. 66/4, 2018.

C. Evoinformatics: A Biosemiotic Quality

Barbieri, Marcello. Code Biology, Peircean Biosemiotics, and Rosen’s Relational Biology. Biological Theory. 14/1, 2019.
Deacon, Terrence. How Molecules Became Signs. Biosemiotics. October 2021.
Hoffmeyer, Jesper. The Semiome: From Genetic to Semiotic Scaffolding. Semiotica. 198/11, 2014.
Lackova, Ludmila and Dan Faltynek. Can Quantitative Approaches Develop Bio/Semiotic Theory? Biosemiotics. August, 2021
Pagni, Elena and Richard Simanke, eds. Biosemiotics and Evolution: The Natural Foundations of Meaning and Symbolism. Switzerland: Springer, 2022.
Pattee, Harold. Symbol Grounding Precedes Interpretation. Biosemiotics. October, 2021.
Prosdocimi, Francisco and Savio Torres de Farias. Life and Living Beings under the Persepctive of Organic Macrocodes. Biosystems. May, 2021
Westling, Louise. The Logos of the Living World: Merleau-Ponty, Animals and Language. New York: Fordham University Press, 2014.
Witzany, Guenther. Communication as the Main Characteristic of Life. Vera Kolb, ed. Handbook of Astrobiology, Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 2019.

D. A 2020s Teleology Turn: Life’s Evomic Development of Personal Purpose

Crespi, Bernard and Nancy Yang. Three Laws of Teleonometrics. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 137/1, 2022.
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Heylighen, Francis. The Meaning and Origin of Goal-Directedness: A Dynamical Systems Perspective. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. July, 2022.
Johnston, Iain, et al. Symmetry and Simplicity Spontaneously Emerge from the Algorithmic Nature of Evolution. PNAS. 119/11, 2022.
Love, Alan and Max Dresow. Organizing Interdisciplinary Research on Purpose. BioScience. 72/4, 2022.
Newman, Stuart. Self-Organization in Embryonic Development. arXiv:2108.00532.
Rao, Riccardo and Stanislas Leibler. Evolutionary Dynamics, Evolutionary Forces, and Robustness: A Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics Perspective. PNAS. 119/13, 2022.

E. A Nested Anatomy/Physiology Sequence of Members in Whole Groups

1. The Origins of Life

Brandenburg, Axel and David Hochberg. Introduction to Origins of Biological Homochirality. Origins of Life and Evolution of Biospheres. 52/1-3, 2022.
Cardoso, Silvana, et al. Artificial Life. 26/3, 2020.
Deamer, David. Assembling Life: How Can Life Begin on Earth and Other Habitable Planets?. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019.
Goldenfeld, Nigel, et al. Universal Biology and the Statistical Mechanics of Early Life. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A. Vol. 375/Iss. 2109, 2017.
Heylighen, Francis, et al. The Role of Self-Maintaining Resilient Reaction Networks in the Origin and Evolution of Life. Biosystems. Vol. 219, September 2022.

Preiner, Martina, et al. The Future of Origin of Life Research. Life. 10/3, 2020.
Prosdocimi, Francisco, et al. The Theory of Chemical Symbiosis: A Margulian View for the Original Emergence of Biological Systems. Acta Biotheoretica. August, 2020.
Seoane, Luis and Ricard Sole. Information Theory, Predictability and the Emergence of Complex Life. Royal Society Open Science. February, 2018.
Walker, Sara Imari and Cole Mathis. Network Theory in Prebiotic Evolution. Menor-Salvan, Cesar, ed. Prebiotic Chemistry and Chemical Evolution of Nucleic Acids. International: Springer, 2018.
Vanchurin, Vitaly, et al. Thermodynamics of Evolution and the Origin of Life. arXiv:2110.15066.

2. Microbial Colonies

Allen, Rosalind and Bartlomiej Waclaw. Bacterial Growth: A Statistical Physicist’s Guide. Reports on Progress in Physics. 82/1, 2018
Artiga, Marc. Bacterial Communication. Biology and Philosophy. 36/4, 2021.
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Dinet, Celine, et al. Linking Single-Cell Decisions to Collective Behaviors in Social Bacteria. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. Volume 1820, January, 2021.
George, Ashish, et al. Functional Universality in Microbial Communities Arises from Thermodynamic Constraints. arXiv:2203.06128.

Menon, Shakti, et al. Information Integration and Collective Motility in Phototactic Cyanobacteria. PLoS Computational Biology. April, 2020.
Nayfach, Stephen, et al. A Genomic Catalog of Earth’s Microbiomes. Nature Biotechnology. 39/4, 2021.
Roy, Anjan, et al.. A Unifying Autocatalytic Network-based Framework for Bacterial Growth Laws. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 118/33, 2021.
Shishkov, Olga and Orit Peleg. Social Insects and Beyond: The Physics of Soft, Dense Invertebrate Aggregations. arXiv:2206.11129
Zamponi, Nahuel, et al. Scale Free Density and Fluctuations in the Dynamics of Large Microbial Ecosystems. arXiv:2206.12384.

3. Cellular Holobiont Symbiogenesis

Choi, Jeong-Mo, et al. Physical Principles Underlying the Complex Biology of Intracellular Phase Transitions. Annual Review of Biophysics. 49/107, 2020.
Gilbert, Scott and Alfred Tauber. Rethinking Individuality: The Dialectics of the Holobiont. Biology & Philosophy. October, 2016.
Igamberdiev, Abir, et al, eds. Symbiogenesis and Progressive Evolution. Biosystems. April, 2021
Mitchison, Timothy and Christine Field. Self-Organization of Cellular Units. Annual Review of Cell and Developmental Biology. Volume 37, October, 2021.
Mukherjee, Siddhartha. The Song of the Cell: An Exploration of Medicine and the New Human. New York: Scribner, 2022.

O'Malley, Maureen. From Endosymbiosis to Holobionts. Journal of Theoretical Biology. March, 2017.
Sagan, Dorion. From Empedocles to Symbiogenesis: Lynn Margulis’s Revolutionary Influence on Evolutionary Biology. Biosystems. June, 2021.
Sapp, Jan. The Symbiotic Self. Evolutionary Biology. March, 2016.
Singharoy, Abhishek, et al. Atoms to Phenotypes. Cell. 179/1098, 2019.
Slijepcevic, Predrag. Serial Endosymbiosis Theory: From Biology to Astronomy and Back to the Origin of Life. Biosystems. April, 2021.
Thornburg, Zane, at al. Fundamental Behaviors Emerge from Simulations of a Living Minimal Cell. Cell. 185/345, 2022.
Wang, Yingxu, et al. On the Philosophical, Cognitive and Mathematical Foundations of Symbiotic Autonomous Systems. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A. August, 2021.

4. Multicellular Fauna and Flora Organisms

Arias Del Angel, Juan, et al. Interplay of Mesoscale Physics and Agent-like Behaviors in the Parallel Evolution of Aggregative Multicellularity. BMC EvoDevso. 11:21, 2020.
Asllani, Malbor, et al. A Universal Route to Pattern Formation in Multicellular Systems. European Physical Journal B. 93/7, 2020.
Bernardes, Joana, et al. The Evolution of Convex Trade-off Enables the Transition Towards Multicellularity. Nature Communications. 12/4222, 2021.
Duclos, Kevin, et al. Investigating the Evolution and Development of Biological Complexity under the Framework of Epigenetics. Evolution & Development. July, 2019.
Fisher, R. M., et al. The Evolution of Multicellular Complexity. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. July, 2020.
Gosak,, Marko, et al. Networks Behind the Morphology and Structural Design of Living Systems. Physics of Life Reviews. March, 2022.

Halatek, Jacob, et al. Self-Organization Principles of Intracellular Pattern Formation. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. Vol.373/Iss.1747, 2018.
Hiebert, Laurel, et al. Coloniality, Clonality, and Modularity in Animals. Journal of Experimental Zoology B. April, 2021.
McClusker, Derek. Cellular Self-Organization. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 31/3, 2020.
Ruiz-Trillo, Inaki and Aurora Nedelcu, eds. Evolutionary Transitions to Multicellular Life Berlin: Springer, 2015.
Simpson, Carl. Adaptation to a Viscous Snowball Earth Ocean as a Path to Complex Multicellularity. American Naturalist. 198.5, 2021.

5. Cooperative Societies

Bahar, Sonja. The Essential Tension: Cooperation and Competition in Biological Evolution. Switzerland: Springer Frontiers, 2017.
Brask, Josefine, et al. Animal Social Networks: An Introduction for Complex Systems Scientists. Journal of Complex Networks. 9/2, 2021.
Cavagna, Andrea, et al. Dynamical Renormalization Group Approach to the Collective Behavior of Swarms. arXiv:1905.01227.
Cooney, Daniel, et al. Evolutionary Dynamics Within and Among Competing Groups. arXiv:2209.02063.
Gordon, Deborah. Measuring Collective Behavior: An Ecological Approach. Theory in Biosciences. September, 2019.
Dunbar, Robin, et al. Primate Social Group Sizes Exhibit a Regular Scaling Pattern. Biology Letters.14/1, 2018.
Gosztolai, Adam and Pavan Ramdya. Connecting the Dots in Ethology: Applying Network Theory to Understand Neural and Animal Collectives. arXiv:2112.02361.

Heffern, Elleard, et al. Phase Transitions in Biology: From Bird Flocks to Population Dynamics. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. October 2021.
Kappeler, Peter, et al. Social Complexity: Patterns, Processes, and Evolution. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 73/1, 2019.
Ouellette, Nicholas. A Physics Perspective on Collective Animal Behavior. Physical Biology. 19/2, 2022.
Ribeiro, Tiago, et al. Scale-Free Dynamics in Animal Groups and Brain Networks. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. January 2021.
Sarfati, Raphael, et al. Self-organization in Natural Swarms of Synchronous Fireflies. Science Advances. 7/28, 2021.
Wright, Colin, et al. Collective Personalities. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 73/3, 2019.

6. Dynamic Ecosystems

Bohdalkova, Eliska, et al. Universality in Biodiversity Patterns: Variation in Species Temperature and Species-Productivity Relationships. Ecography. 44/9, 2021.
Farnsworth, Keith, et al. Unifying Concepts of Biological Function from Molecules to Ecosystems. Oikos. 126/10, 2017.
Fortin, Marie-Josee, et al. Network Ecology in Dynamic Landscapes. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. April, 2021.
Franklin, Oskar, et al. Organizing Principles for Vegetation Dynamics. Nature Plants. 6/5, 2020.
Guimaraes, Paulo. The Structure of Ecological Networks across Levels of Organization. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics. 51/433, 2020.

Ibarra, Jose, et al. Nurturing Resilient Forest Biodiversity: Nest Webs as Complex Adaptive Systems. Ecology and Society. 5/2, 2020.
Montiglio, Puerre-Olivier, et al. Nested Interaction Networks Represent a Missing Link in the Study of Behavioural and Community Ecology. arXiv:1804.00927.
Nordbotten, Jan, et al. Ecological and Evolutionary Dynamics of Interconnectedness and Modularity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 115/750, 2018.
Shade, Ashley, et al. Macroecology to Unite All Life, Large and Small. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. Online September, 2018
Vandermeer, John, et al. New Forms of Structure in Ecosystems Revealed with the Kuramoto Model. Royal Society Open Science. February, 2021.

7. Multiple Ancestries of Homo Sapiens

Buskes, Chris. The Encultured Primate: Thresholds and Transitions in Hominin Cultural Evolution. Philosophies. 4/1, 2019.
Dannemann, Michael and Fernando Racimo. Something Old, Something Borrowed: Admixture and Adaptation in Human Evolution. Current Opinion in Genetics & Development. 53/1, 2018.
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Fernandez-Lopez, Javier, et al. Understanding Hunter-Gatherer Cultural Evolution Needs Network Thinking. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. August, 2022.
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Migliano, Andrea, et al. Characterization of Hunter-Gather Networks and Implications for Cumulative Culture. Nature Human Behavior. 1/0043, 2017.

Mounier, Aurelien and Marta Mirazon Lahr. Deciphering African Late Middle Pleistocene Hominin Diversity and the Origin of Our Species. Nature Communications. 10/3406, 2019.
Overmann, Karenleigh and Frederick Coolidge, eds. Squeezing Minds from Stones: Cognitive Archaeology and the Evolution of the Human Mind. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019.
Tylen, Kristian, et al. The Evolution of Early Symbolic Behavior in Homo Sapiens.. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 117/4578, 2020.
Voorhees, Burton, et al. Identity, Kinship, and the Evolution of Cooperation. Current Anthropology. September, 2018.
Wong, Kate. How Scientists Discovered the Staggering Complexity of Human Evolution. Scientific American. September 2020.

G. Universal Gestation: Phylogeny and Ontogeny

Dobreva, Mariya, et al. Time to Synchronize Clocks: Connecting Developmental Mechanisms and Evolutionary Consequences of Heterochrony. Journal of Experimental Zoology. November 2021.
Kohsokabe, Takahiro and Kunihiko Kaneko. Dynamical Systems Approach to Evolution–Development Congruence: Revisiting Haeckel's Recapitulation Theory. Journal of Experimental Biology B. February, 2021.
Levit, Georgy and Uwe Hossfeld. Self-Organization Meets Evolution: Ernst Haeckel and Abiogenesis. Dambricourt Malasse, Anne, ed. Self-Organization as a New Paradigm in Evolutionary Biology. International: Springer, 2022.

Niklas, Karl and Ulrich Kutschera. From Goethe’s Plant Archetype via Haeckel’s Biogenetic Law to Plant Evo-Devo. Theory in Biosciences. October, 2016.
Olsson, Lennart, et al. The “Biogenetic Law” in Zoology: From Ernst Haeckel’s Formulation to Current Approaches. Theory in Biosciences. February, 2017.
Uesaka, Masahiro and Naoki Irie. Beyond Recapitulation: Past, Present and Future. Journal of Experimental Zoology B. 338/1-2, 2022.

VI. Life’s Neural Cogniton Gains Intelligence, Aware Agency, Vital Behavior, Individuality

A. Natural Econsciousness and Ecognition
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Chalmers, David. Reality+: Virtual Worlds and the Problems of Philosophy. Mew York: Norton, 2022.
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Feinberg, Todd and Jon Mallatt. The Ancient Origins of Consciousness. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2016.
Gazzaniga, Michael. The Consciousness Instinct. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2018.

Koch, Christof. The Feeling of Life Itself;Why Consicousness is Widespread but can’t Be Cmputed. Cambridge: MIT Preaa, 2019.
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Vanchurin, Vitaly. The World as a Neural Network.arXiv:2008.01540.

B. In the 2020s, a Cogntive Course from First Stirrings to Our Earthuman Acumen is Being Defined

Ball, Philip. The Book of Minds: How to Understand Ourselves and Other Beings from Animals to AI to Aliens. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2022.
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Ginsburg, Simona and Eva Jablonka. Picturing the Mind: Consciousness through the Lens of Evolution. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2022.
Godfrey-Smith, Peter. Metazoa: Animal Life and the Birth of the Mind. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2021.
Kverkova, Kristina, et al. The Evolution of Brain Neuron Numbers in Amniotes. PNAS. 119/11, 2022.
Lacalli, Thurston. An Evolutionary Perspective on Chordate Brain Organization and Function. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. December 2021.

Leopold, David and Bruno Averbeck. Self-tuition as an Essential Design Feature of the Brain. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. December, 2021.
Lyon, Pamela, et al. Basal Cognition: Conceptual Tools and the View from the Single Cell. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. Volume 1820, January, 2021.
Ogas, Ogi and Sai Gaddam. Journey of the Mind: How Thinking Emerged from Chaos. New York: Norton, 2022.
Miller, Jacob and Kevin Weiner. Unfolding the Evolution of Human Cognition. Trends in Cognitive Science. August, 2022.
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Whiten, Andrew, et al. The Emergence of Collective Knowledge and Cumulative Culture in Animals, Humans, and Machines. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. December, 2021.

1. Intelligence Evolution and Knowledge Gain as a Central Advance

Brun-Usan, Miguel, et al. How to Fit In: The Learning Principles of Cell Differentiation. PLoS Computational Biology. April, 2020.
Cisek, Paul and Ben Hayden. Neuroscience Needs Evolution. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. December, 2021
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Jablonka, Eva and Simona Ginsburg. Learning and the Evolution of Conscious Agents. Biosemiotics. September, 2022.
Oudeyer, Pierre-Yves and Linda Smith. How Evolution May Work Through Curiosity-Driven Development Process. Topics in Cognitive Science. 8/2, 2016.
Powell, Russell, et al. Interface Focus. 7/3, 2017.
Suchow, Jordan, et al. Evolution in Mind: Evolutionary Dynamics, Cognitive Processes, and Bayesian Inference. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 21/7, 2017.
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Watson, Richard, et al. Design for an Individual: Connectionist Approaches to the Evolutionary Transitions in Individuality. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. March 2022.

2. The Evolution of Cerebral Form and Cognizance

Briscoe, Steven and Clifton Ragsdale. Homology, Neocortex, and the Evolution of Developmental Mechanisms. Science. 362/190, 2018.
Burger, Joseph, et al. Toward a Metabolic Theory of Life History. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 116/26653, 2019.
Callier, Vivianne. Brain-Signal Proteins Evolved before Animals Did. Quanta. June 3, 2022.
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Liebeskind, Benjamin, et al. Evolution of Animal Neural Systems Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 48/377, 2017.
Murray, Elizabeth, et al. The Evolution of Memory Systems. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017.
Roumazeilles, Lea, et al. Longitudinal Connections and the Organization of the Temporal Cortex in Macaques, Great Apes, and Humans. PLoS Biology. July, 2020.
Schmidt-Rhaesa, Andreas, et al, eds. Structure and Evolution of Invertebrate Nervous Systems. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.
Vallverdu, Jordi, et al. Slime Mould: The Fundamental Mechanisms of Cognition. Biosystems. January, 2018.
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3. Laterality: An Emergent Bicameral Brain

Corballis, Michael and Isabelle Haberling. The Many Sides of Hemispheric Asymmetry. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society. 23/9-10, 2017. .
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Namigai, Erica, et al. Right Across the Tree of Life: The Evolution of Left-Right Asymmetry in the Bilateria. Genesis. 52/458, 2014.
Rogers, Lesley and Giorgio Vallortigara, eds. Lateralized Brain Functions: Methods in Human and Non-Human Species. Switzerland: Springer, 2017.

4. Animal Intelligence and Sociality

Allen, Jenny. Community through Culture from Insects to Whales. BioEssays. October, 2019.
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Birch, Jonathan, et al. Dimensions of Animal Consciousness. Trends in Cognitive Science.. August 2020.
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Pfeffer, Sarah and Harald Wolf. Anthropod Spatial Cognition. Animal Cognition. 23/11, 2020.
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5. Organisms Evolve Rhythmic Protolanguage Communication

Belyk, Michel and Steven Brown. Perception of Affective and Linguistic Prosody. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 9/9, 2021.
Benitez-Burraco, Antonio and Ljiljana Progovac. Reconstructing Prehistoric Languages. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. Volume 1824, March, 2021.
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Huang, Mingpan, et al. Male Gibbon Loud Morning Calls Conform to Zipf’s Law of Brevity and Menserath’s Law: Insights into the Origin of Human Language. Animal Behavior. January, 2020.
Khatami, Fatemeh, et al. Origins of Scale Invariance in Vocalization Sequences and Speech. PLoS Computational Biology April, 2018.
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D. A Creative Union of Personal Agency in Reciprocal Societies

Ball, Philip.Life with Purpose. Aeon. November 12, 2020.
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Hanschen, Erik, et al. Individuality and the Major Evolutionary Transitions. Gissis, Snait, et al, eds. Landscapes of Collectivity in the Life Sciences. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2018.
Heylighen, Francis. The Meaning and Origin of Goal-Directedness: A Dynamical Systems Perspective. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. July, 2022.
Kelso, J. A. Scott. On the Self-Organizing Origins of Agency. Trends in Cognitive Science. May, 2016.
Lidgard, Scott and Lynn Nyhart, eds. Biological Individuality. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2017.

Miquel, Paul-Antoine and Su Young Hwang. On Biological Individuation. Theory of Biosciences. 141/203, 2022.
Militello, Guglielmo, et al. Functional Integration and Individuality in Prokaryotic Collective Organisations. Acta Biotheoretica. August, 2020.
Sultan, Sonia, et al. Bridging the Explanatory Gaps: What can We Learn from a Biological Agency Perspective? BioEssays. 44/1, 2022
Thibault, Paul. Simplex Selves, Functional Synergies, and Selving: Languaging in a Complex World. Language Sciences. April, 2018.
Tomasello, Michael. The Evolution of Agency: Behavioral Organization from Lizards to Humans. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2022.
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VII. Our Earthuman Ascent: A Major Evolutionary Transition in Individuality

A. Human/Wuman Beings: Integral Microcosmic Persons

1. Systems Physiology and Psychology: Somatic and Behavioral Development

Bjorklund, David and Bruce Ellis. Children, Childhood, and Development in Evolutionary Perspective. Developmental Review. 34/3, 2014
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Hartenstein, Volker and Angelika Stollewerk. The Evolution of Early Neurogenesis. Developmental Cell. 32/4, 2016.
Hunt, Nathaniel, et al. The Influence of Auditory-Motor Coupling on Fractal Dynamics in Human Gait. Nature Scientific Reports. 4/5879, 2014.

Kocoglu, Cemile, et al. How Network-based Approaches can Complement Identification Studies in Frontotemporal Dementia. Trends in Genetics. 38/9, 2022.
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Zhu, Meng and Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz. Principles of Self-Organization of the Mammalian Embryo. Cell. 183/6, 2020.

2. Systems Neuroscience: Multiplex Networks and Critical Function

Abbott, Larry, et al. The Mind of a Mouse. Cell. 182/6, 2020.
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Dresp-Langley, Birgitta. Seven Properties of Self-Organization in the Human Brain. Big Data and Cognitive Computing. 4/2, 2020.

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Lynn, Christopher, et al. Broken Detailed Balance and Entropy Production in the Human Brain. PNAS. 118/47, 2021.
Majhi, Soumen, et al. Chimera States in Neuronal Networks. Physics of Life Reviews. September, 2018
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Zimmern, Vincent. Why Brain Criticality is Clinically Revelant. Frontiers in Neural Circuits. August, 2020.

3. A Complementary Brain and Thought Process

Albouy, Philippe, et al. Distinct Sensitivity to Spectrotemporal Modulation Supports Brain Asymmetry for Speech and Melody. Science. 367/1043, 2020.
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Filippi, Piera. Emotional and Interactional Prosody across Animal Communication Systems. Frontiers of Psychology. September 26, 2016.
Fitch, W. Tecumseh. Dance, Music, Meter and Groove. Frontiers of Human Neuroscience. March 1, 2016.
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Hartwigsen, Gesa, et al. How does Hemispheric Specialization Contribute to Human-defining Cognition Neuron. 109/13, 2021.
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Milli, Smitha, et al. A Rational Reinterpretation of Dual-Process Theories. Cognition. Vol. 217, October, 2021.
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4. Conscious Integrated Information Knowledge

5. Half the UniVerse: A Woman's 2020 Wisdome

6. Our Holosymbiotic Personal Selves

B. EarthKinder: A Personsphere Progeny

1. A Cultural (Geonome) Code : Systems Linguistics

2. Complex Local to Global Network Biosocieties

3. Planetary Physiosphere: Anatomics, Economics, Urbanomics

4. A Complementarity of Civilizations

Bao, Yan, et al. Complementarity as Generative Principle. Frontiers in Psychology. Online May, 2017.
De Oliveira, Stephanie and Richard Nisbett. Beyond East and West: Cognitive Style in Latin America. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 48/10, 2017.
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Han, Shihui. The Sociocultural Brain: A Cultural Neuroscience Approach to Human Nature. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017.
Henrich, Joseph and Michael Muthukrishna. The Origins and Psychology of Human Cooperation. Annual Review of Psychology. 72/207, 2020.
Kuhnen, Ulrich and Marieke van Egmond. Learning: A Cultural Construct. Proust, Joelle and Martin Fortier, eds. Metacognitive Diversity. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018.

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Rozin, Paul, et al. Right:Left :: East:West. Individuals from East Asian and South Asian Cultures Emphasize Right Hemisphere Functions in Comparison to Euro-American Cultures. Neuropsychologia. 90/3, 2016.

5. Bicameral World Religions

6. Contrasts of Religion and Science

7. Systems History: Personal and Planetary Individuation

VIII. Earth Earns: Our Open Participatory Earthropocene to Ecosmocene Destiny

A. The Old World: Its Critical Life Support Condition

1. An Anthropocene to Whole Earthropocene Ecosphere Era

2. Global Climate Change as a Complex Dynamical System

Earthborne: A New Person/Planet, Local/Global Evolitionary Future

1. Mind Over Matter and Energy: Quantum, Atomic, Chemical Connectomics

2. uSecond Genesis: Emergent LifeKinder Proceeds to an Aware BioGenetic Phase

Bekiaris, Bekiaris, Pavlos and Steffen Klamt. Designing Microbial Communities to Maximize the Thermodynamic Driving Force for the Production of Chemicals. PLoS Computational Biology. June, 2021.
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Davies, Jamie. Real-World Synthetic Biology. Life. 9/1, 2019.
De la Torre, Daniel and Jason Chin. Reprogramming the Genetic Code. Nature Reviews Genetics. 22/3, 2021.
Hernandez-Espinosa, Nancy, et al. Stimulus-responsive Self-assembly of Protein-based Fractals by Computational Design. Nature Chemistry. 11/7, 2019.

Lale, Rahmi, et al. A Universal Approach to Gene Expression Engineering. Synthetic Biology. 7/1, 2022.
Ostrov, Nili, et al. Synthetic Genomes with Altered Genetic Codes. Current Opinion in Systems Biology. October 2020.
Qiu, Yuchi, et al. Cluster Learning-Assisted Directed Evolution. Nature Computational Science.Scalise, Dominic and Rebecca Shulman. Controlling Matter at the Molecular Scale with DNA Circuits. Annual Review of Biomedical Engineering. 21/469, 2019.
Vidiella, Blai, et al. Engineering Self-Organized Criticality in Living Cells. Nature Communications. I12/4415, 2021
Yilmaz, Suzzan, et al. Towards Next-Generation Cell Factories by Rational Geome-Scale Engineering Nature Catalysis. 5/9, 2022

3. Sustainable Ecovillages: Social Protocells

Andersson, Claes and Petter Tornberg. Toward a Macroevolutionary Theory of Human Evolution: The Social Protocell. Biological Theory. December, 2018.
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Miller, Frederica. Ecovillages Around the World: 20 Regenerative Designs for Sustainable Communities. Scotland: Findhorn Press, 2018.
Wilson, David Sloan and Dag Olav Hessen. Blueprint for the Global Village. Cliodynamics. 5/1, 2015.

4. A Complementary Genocracy: me + We = US

Abele, Andrea, et al. Facets of the Fundamental Content Dimensions: Agency with Competence and Assertiveness – Communion with Warmth and Morality. Frontiers in Psychology. November, 2016.
Arash, Abizadeh. Representation, Bicameralism, Political Equality, and Sortition. Perspectives on Politics. January, 2020.
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Bokanyi, Eszter, et al. Universal Scaling Laws in Metro Area Election Results. PLoS One. February 28, 2018.
Fiske, Susan. Political Cognition Helps Explain Social Class Divides. Cognition. 188/108, 2019.

Galesic, Mirta and Daniel Stein. Statistical Physics Models of Belief Dynamics. arXiv:1706.02287.
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5. A Viable Gaia: A Sustainable, Familial Unity: Planetary Patriots and Matriots

Albrecht, Glenn. Earth Emotions. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2019
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Kelbessa, Workineh. African Environmental Ethics. Environmental Ethics. 37/4, 2016.
Kothari, Ashish. A Tapestry of Alternatives. Scientific American. July, 2022.
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Nguyen, Thank, et al. Spatial Patterns of Urbanising Landscapes in the North Indian Punjab Show Features Predicted by Fractal Theory.. Nature Scientific Reports. 12/1819, 2022.
Sachs, Jeffery, et al. Six Transformations to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. Nature Sustainability. 2/9, 2019.
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Yeang, Ken. Saving the Planet by Design: Renewing Our World Through Ecomimesis. London: Routledge,, 2019.

IX. Natural Genesis 2020: A Chapter, Section and Verse Synoptic Review