Why there are no causes in biology

Biology is a-causal because biology is HOLY, by which I mean that biology is wholly without S.I.N (Sufficiency, Immediacy, and Necessity):

  1. There is no Sufficiency, no Immediacy, and no Necessity in biology because every process participates in multiple networks of processes and every network process is opposed by multiple networks of processes. Therefore, with so much demonstrable and necessary opposition and so much cooperation required, no one process can be necessary and sufficient for any other single process (indeed “single process” is a term without meaning in biology), and with so much necessary opposition and so much cooperation required, no one process or event could possibly force another “single” event or process to occur immediately.
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