1.3.6 The secret of life on Earth.
Because of its operational limitations, the "d-force" would only produce effects on planets with the rare characteristics that Earth has.
The Earth is a planet accompanied by a moon, sufficiently massive and still close, which gives the necessary "force d", thanks to its relative movement, for instance relative to seeds still on the ground.
1.3.1 The unidirectional thermodynamics.
1.3.2 A question already raised.
1.3.3 The bidirectional thermodynamics.
1.3.4 Consequent forces.
1.3.5 The viability cycle - from chaos to order.
>1.3.6 The secret of life on Earth.
The calendar shows the angular motion.
The angular motion of the Moon, with respect to the Earth, is characterized, usefully, by two alternating phases. For a period it is decreasing (cumulative phase: b-c; d-a), for another period it is increasing (dissipative phase: a-b; c-d).
This variation of the angular motion of the Moon, in two phases is among the secrets of the life on the Earth.
In fact, what matters is the movement of the seed relative to the Moon. This movement increases in comulative phase (b-c; d-a), decreases in dissipative phase (a-b; c-d).
This enables the mechanism of the cumulative dissipative processes, first by creating a condition of chaos, from which later original order is restored, entropy is decreased, with no degrading of the energy in the Universe, circumventing the second law of thermodynamics.
Adequate magnetic field.
Furthermore, our planet is provided with an adequate magnetic field, which, as said before, could prove to be essential in the interactions of this force, due to movement.
If this hypothesis were confirmed, on the Moon and on Mars, without a suitable magnetic field, the processes that this force allows could not take place.
Establishing farms on the Moon and on Mars, as some already expect to do, could then present problems, difficult to solve.
There is no Earth B.
Without degrading energy, the force d allows to lower entropy in seeds, at the top of what allows downstream the conditions for life. I have reasons to believe that cumulative-dissipative processes take place also in water, which is at the same top (see part 2).
All this with implications on the status of the Earth, as the only place, in the solar system, where life can develop. In other words, as rightly said, there is no Earth B.