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[1] Piaget, Jean, Biologie et connaissance: essai sur les relations entre les regulations organiques et les processus cognitifs (Gallimard, Paris, 1967: collection « L’avenir de la science », # 42), cf. specially Chapter I and Chapter IV: 12. This and the following reference include Piaget’s two main summaries of his contributions from the standpoint of an evolutionary biologist.

[2] Piaget, Jean, Le comportement, moteur de l’evolution (Gallimard, Paris, 1976: Collection « Idées », # 354).

[3] Renton, Peter, Has the Higgs boson been discovered?, Nature 428, 141 - 144 (2004).

[4] This continuing effect that extends time processes up from microphysics deserves to be called bary-genesis (“origin of mass”), in contrast with the historical occurrence that originated the population of baryons (baryogenesis).

[5] E. g., philosopher X. Zubiri says “Every apprehension has its own force of imposition, and this im-position in the intellective state is knowing”. Taken from:

[6] Nielsen, Tore A., A review of mentation in REM and NREM sleep: ‘covert’ REM sleep as a possible reconciliation of two opposing models – in Pace-Schott, Edward F.; Solms, Mark; Blagrove, Mark, and Harnad, Stevan, eds., Sleep and Dreaming: Scientific Advances and Reconsiderations (Cambridge Uni-versity Press, 2003).

[7] Solms, Mark, Dreaming and REM Sleep are controlled by different brain mechanisms, Behav. Brain Sci. 23 (6), 843-50; discussion 904-1121 (2000). Also published in Pace-Schott et al., eds (see above ref-erence).

[8] Conduit, Russell; Crewther, Sheila Gillard, and Coleman, Grahame, Poor recall of eye-movement sig-nals from Stage 2 compared to REM sleep: implications for models of dreaming, Conscious Cogn. 13 (3), 484-500 (2004).

[9] Takeuchi, T.; Miyasita, A., Inugami, M.; Yamamoto, Y., Intrinsic dreams are not produced without REM sleep mechanisms: evidence through elicitation of sleep onset REM periods, J. Sleep Res. 10 (1): 43-52 (2001).

[10] Sommerfeld, Arnold, Vorlesungen über theoretische Physik, Band 1: Mechanik (Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft, Leipzig, 1943, p. 204)

[11] Ashby, W. Ross, Some peculiarities of complex systems, Cybernetic Medicine 9, pp. 1-7 (1973), p. 1.

[12] Garstang, Walter, Preliminary note on a new theory of the phylogeny of the chordata, Zool. Anz. 17, 122–125 (1894).

[13] Garstang, Walter, The morphology of the Tunicata and its bearing on the phylogeny of the Chor-data, Q. J. Microsc. Sci. 72, 51–187 (1928).

[14] Nielsen, C., Origin of the chordate central nervous system – and the origin of chordates, Dev. Genes. Evol. 209, 198–205 (1999) .

[15] Poustka, Albert J., Kühn, Alexander; Radosavljevic, Vesna; Wellenreuther, Ruth; Lehrach, Hans, and Panopouloua, Georgia, On the origin of the chordate central nervous system: expression of onecut in the sea urchin embryo, Evol. Development 6 (4), 227–236 (2004).

[16] Relative to a shell of the observable universe some 13.7 Gyrs away. This is not necessarily the veloc-ity with respect to the local space; nevertheless, motions inside our galactic supercluster alone add to ~300 km/s.

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