Bini-paradigm of the earth and Nature structure

Category Tectonic & Seismotectonic
Group GSI.IR
Location International Geological Congress,oslo 2008
Author Papin, Yuri
Holding Date 08 September 2008

The phenomenon of binomial substance organization is widely distributed in the nature. In particular, it is underlined by diversity of terms, which indicate this property. They are dichotomy, bifurcation, bipolarity, doublet, bimodality, dyad, dualism, antinomy, bini-organization, bini-groups and others (the Latin word bini means a pair). Among them the term of dichotomy is most frequently used. The principle of binomial structure of the whole (dichotomy) is connected with the contradiction of binitaxons, which form the whole. Long ago philosophers formulated this property as the law of contradictions unity.
Together with binitaxons there is the third component in the structure of the whole, it can be named an intertaxon. It is sharply suppressed in quantity and has intermediate characteristics in comparison with two main parts of the whole (binitaxons). Besides dichotomy is associated with the homology of binitaxons. It means that they have the similar changeability. The combination of these principles forms a bini-paradigm of nature organization.
Among the principles of bini-paradigm mentioned above the determinative one is principle of binomial structure. It means that the whole (for example an atom, a living cell, the Earth, any cosmic body, the system of chemical elements, crystalline substance, organic world and so on) consists of only two parts (binitaxons) on the first hierarchical level. Each of them is again divided into two parts on the lower hierarchical level and so on. The binomial structure shows itself in astronomy, physics, chemistry, geology, biology, in classifications of natural objects. A lot of convincing examples of bini-organization in all fields of natural sciences allow us to assert that binomial structure is observed on all hierarchical levels of microenvironment and macroenvironment. It is possible to say that this phenomenon has the universal character.
Concerning natural objects there is one way of testing any statement. This method consists of verifying and falsifying this statement (principle). It is necessary to find as many facts as possible, which can confirm or disprove all the peculiarities of the nature organization mentioned above. At the same time, it helps us substantiate the united paradigm, which will most completely correspond to the modern level of the nature cognition. Revealing only one falsifying fact proves to be baseless given statement. For the time being, such facts have not been found. As practice shows the cases of conflicting with the given principles are explained by jumble of hierarchical ranks, insufficient study, artificial separation of intermediate taxons. Bini-paradigm permits more adequately to understand properties of the nature organization. Taking into account principles of bini-paradigm it is possible to predict availability and properties of unknown taxons on the base of those, which are well studied and form with the latter’s a binial pairs.