Holy CRAP you're a dim bulb, aint you?<quoted text>Truth with a capital T sounds good to me.
YES. It is WIDELY acknowledged that there are systems, and cycles, and patterns that occur all the time within nature.
Since the dawn of man, THOUSANDS of years ago, humans have known this.
Mankind has been using the lessons learned from nature to construct society.
Natural Selection in plants and animals was recognized by early man, and man has been **selectively** breeding animals for preferred traits in domesticated stock, pets as well as ornimental plants and food crops since.
Ancient man witnessed the rising and setting of the Sun, Moon, and other heavenly bodies, and have developed systems that predict, and incorporate these patterns such as clocks, calendars, as well as sending spacecraft to distant bodies in the solar system, and studying other systems billions of miles away.
Recently, a 13-year old kid theorized he could design a more efficient arrangement of solar cells by copying the pattern and arrangement of leaves on a tree. This is known as the Fionacci sequence. He proved his design was 20%-50% more efficient than a uniform array of the same number of solar cells.
NOBODY needs to be taught anything more regarding your childish "SCP Theory".
We've been using it for EONS.
If you think you can make a Unified Theory of SCP that will explain the mechanism of how all these diverse natural functions were 'designed', and who 'designed' them, GO FOR IT.
But please DROP the notion that you're an original thinker.