In the image there is the theoretical essence of the gyromodel of life. The model, developed by Erik D. Andrulis(1) born from the observation that no consensus model of life has emerged.
The aim of a scientific theory is to construct a formal structure—in which the natural world is being modeled - to explain, predict, and control systems, events, and objects.
The correct theory would be expected to not only explain how the living cell works now, but also to provide insight into the evolution of life on Earth.
In theory proposed, Andrulis used
(…) the heterodox yet simple gyre - a spiral, vortex, whorl, or similar circular pattern - as a core model for understanding life.
I don’t know if this is the correct idea, but it seems more like the string theory in physics:
The central idea of this theory is that all physical reality, stretching from the so-called inanimate into the animate realm and from micro- to meso- to macrocosmic scales, can be interpreted and modeled as manifestations of a single geometric entity, the gyre. This entity is attractive because it has life-like characteristics, undergoes morphogenesis, and is responsive to environmental conditions. The gyromodel depicts the spatiotemporal behavior and properties of elementary particles, celestial bodies, atoms, chemicals, molecules, and systems as quantized packets of information, energy, and/or matter that oscillate between excited and ground states around a singularity.
Life is an inordinately complex unsolved puzzle. Despite significant theoretical progress, experimental anomalies, paradoxes, and enigmas have revealed paradigmatic limitations. Thus, the advancement of scientific understanding requires new models that resolve fundamental problems. Here, I present a theoretical framework that economically fits evidence accumulated from examinations of life. This theory is based upon a straightforward and non-mathematical core model and proposes unique yet empirically consistent explanations for major phenomena including, but not limited to, quantum gravity, phase transitions of water, why living systems are predominantly CHNOPS (carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorus, and sulfur), homochirality of sugars and amino acids, homeoviscous adaptation, triplet code, and DNA mutations. The theoretical framework unifies the macrocosmic and microcosmic realms, validates predicted laws of nature, and solves the puzzle of the origin and evolution of cellular life in the universe.