The law of Conservation of Energy states that the total energy of any system never changes — it is recycled.
This principle of efficient recycling dominates the Plexus, as the book series on Dynamic Evolution explains:
- Quantum energy is recycled — nothing is wasted.
- Cells are recycled — material is reused until it is finally rejected and ejected.
- The liver makes consistent use of recycling in terms of materials and energy.
- The brain is perhaps the most efficient example of the conservation of energy in that the power used is infinitesimal compared to the output produced.
- The earth itself exhibits many examples of energy conservation — materials and energy are constantly recycled: water, oxygen, minerals, salts, nutrients, lightning, nitrogen, plants, and even animal carcasses.
- Man can destroy or at least completely ruin a natural site, but earth’s energy conservation mechanisms will rebuild it, often with far more efficiency than man’s efforts.
Take a look at the book to see how recycling is one of the more fascinating examples of Dynamic Evolution.