Quantum biology: Do weird physics effects abound in nature?
Disappearing in one place and reappearing in another.
Being in two places at once. Communicating information seemingly
faster than the speed of light.
This kind of weird behaviour is commonplace in dark, still
studying the branch of physics called quantum mechanics, but what
might it have to do with fresh flowers, migrating birds, and the smell
of rotten eggs?
Welcome to the frontier of what is called quantum biology.
' Long time ago, when the life only began generated
by the chance a molecule had arisen . . . . . .
. . . we are only descendants of these first molecules . . . . .
. . . all living beings on the Earth occurred from one
and the same ancestors on the molecular level.'
/ Book: The Character of Physical Law.
Lecture 4. By R. Feynman /
And somebody said if we give to the simplest molecule
hydrogen enough time then it will become a man
( maybe according to the law of evolution ) .
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