Science: Little-studied quantum biology (and how can it explain why we’re alive)?

  • Daniel Gonzalez Kappa
  • BBC news world

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Quantum biology can open doors to new knowledge.

If we took a few minutes to think about what quantum physics is, what would you say?

Many people will answer that these are complex formulas that explain very complex processes related to subatomic particles, gravity, energy, the movement of galaxies, black holes, and everything related to space-time and the size of the universe.

Like Albert Einstein. And this is not going to be a contrived answer.

After all, the father of the theory of relativity laid the foundations of statistical physics and quantum mechanics, which are part of modern physics, very different from the physics proposed by Isaac Newton centuries ago.

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