[EBOOK / KINDLE] Life on the Edge by Johnjoe McFadden


  • Hardcover
  • 368
  • Life on the Edge
  • Johnjoe McFadden
  • English
  • 15 September 2018
  • 9780307986818

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Free download Life on the Edge Read & Download ☆ Life on the Edge Ù PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ng together first hand experience at the cutting edge of science with unparalleled gifts of explanation Jim Al Khalili and Johnjoe Macfadden reveal that missing ingredient to be uantum mechanics; the phenomena that lie at the heart of this most mysterious of sciences Drawing on recent ground breaking experiments around the world each chapter in Life on the Edge engages by illustrating one of life's puzzles How do migrating birds know where to go How do we really smell the scent of a rose How do our genes copy the. What lies beyond the molecular level Where we can not see Please note that I put the original German text at the end of this review Just if you might be interestedThe motor of life seems to be complicated than expected It turns out and than the previous research has observed rather only individual components of the complex machinery One or the other connection was made and a few processes were followed Only nobody knows what underlies these processes on deeper levels For example breathing heredity photosynthesis the electrical uantum activity of neurons magnetoreception consciousness sense of smell and the origin of life Moreover these are just the processes that this very young science discipline has been able to investigate so farMany observed phenomena imply levels than postulated by established research uantum field theory opens a few doors concerning this Which of the thought experiments fits the inexplicable observed anomalies will become apparent The fact that the ghostly long distance effect cannot be forced well to manifest complicates the research When nervous particles are nowhere and at two places at the same time at the same time This alone contradicts both our fundamental ideas of physics and our worldview Because it fits into the realm of myths legends and fantasy rather than serious science Also if that limit falls what is impossible What is eccentricity close to madness and what is the realityA few hypotheses can be set upThere are overlooked factors in the known three dimensions that are so tiny or so small in effect that they have not been considered beforeMore dimensions than expected From the 4th and other dimensions come interactions that allow metabolic processes photosynthesis and life in our dimension Without this connection life would not be possible Suppose that life would disappear in our dimension or another dimension Would that also destroy life in the connected dimension because the two are dependent on each otherParallel universes A parallel universe interacts with the other An unknown kind of entropy shapes the laws of nature Different variants of the principles of thermodynamics and gravitation interact between the worlds Or several parallel universes with several types of natural laws are in complex interaction For a multiverse the possibilities of variation would be infiniteSimulation Hypothesis If the uanta are some programming language the world would be made up of code Alternatively the uanta are just the coarsest fundamental building blocks under which the actual code is hidden Mistakes in programming would explain anomalies in our worldNo matter which model you prefer It could be that the emergence of life without interaction with invisible and undetectable forces is not possible That there may be universes or worlds that will forever be dead because they are not interacting with others That symbiosis and cooperation between the layers of realities were so essential that without them evolution was impossible We consist of unknown many such hypothetical processes that we do not understandThe photosynthesis of plants is based not only on sunlight but also on uantum entanglement If human beings accidentally interfere with this process through physical experiments or less subtly through genetic engineering the world would perish If the ability becomes possible only through an interaction with another dimension disturbances could make it disappearThe processes in the tiny and colossal call the sea metaphor on the plan A grain of sand knowledge and an ocean of unanswered uestions A small plant cell is a game that automates a process that reuires the hordes of the best scientists and billions of investment in large euipment Moreover the flower also manages to sustain the operation for than a few thousandths of a second It makes a living with itThe foundations of many cellular processes photosynthesis and chemical processes are currently defined from the point of view of the giant coarse constituents Like looking at a factory from the outside One can see the supply streams maybe know a few of the primary materials and see the finished end products coming out of the factory From an analysis of the smoke from the factory chimneys and the waste that arises one can make small attempts with reverse engineeringHowever what happens in the factory aka all living things can only be guessedFor human consciousness this raises the uestion of where and what the self is In the un understood brain the factor is added that unknown smallest parts or mechanisms of action from other dimensions could be significantly involved So this ego is theoretically exposed to interactions or probably manipulations and whisperings from other inaccessible realitiesWhen you make a decision talk work or think about things like thatWhether it is a one way street and the opposite direction will remain inaccessible to people like a black hole is one of the critical issues Not only concerning whether we unconsciously work in other dimensions when we think or have emotionsHowever also regarding the relativity of death If consciousness does not exist bound to 3 dimensions then why a body with some wetware in itWas liegt alles jenseits der molekularen Ebene Dort wohin wir nicht sehen k nnenDer Motor des Lebens scheint diffiziler aufgebaut zu sein als angenommen Es stellt sich immer mehr heraus dass die bisherigen Forschungen eher nur einzelne Komponenten der komplexen Maschinerie beobachtet haben Der eine oder andere Zusammenhang wurde hergestellt und ein paar Prozesse beobachtet Nur was diesen Vorg ngen auf tieferen Ebenen zugrunde liegt wei niemand Etwa der Atmung Vererbung Fotosynthese elektrischer uantenaktivit t von Neuronen Magnetorezeption Bewusstsein Geruchssinn und dem Ursprung des LebensUnd das sind nur die Prozesse die diese sehr junge Wissenschaftsdisziplin bisher untersuchen konnteViele beobachtete Ph nomene implizieren mehr Ebenen als von der etablierten Forschung postuliert Die uantenfeldtheorie ffnet hinsichtlich dessen einige T ren Welches der Gedankenexperimente zu den unerkl rlichen beobachteten Anomalien passt wird sich zeigen Dass sich die spukhafte Fernwirkung nicht gut zur Manifestation zwingen l sst erschwert die Forschung Wenn die nerv sen Teilchen gleichzeitig nirgends und an 2 Stellen zur selben Zeit sind Alleine das widerspricht sowohl unseren fundamentalen Vorstellungen von Physik als auch unserem Weltbild Weil es viel eher in das Reich der Mythen Legenden und Fantasy als zu seri ser Wissenschaft passt Und wenn diese Grenze f llt was ist dann noch unm glich Was ist dann Spinnerei oder Wahnsinn und was Realit t Ein paar Hypothesen lassen sich aufstellenEs gibt bersehene Faktoren in den bekannten 3 Dimensionen die so klein oder in ihrer Wirkung so gering sind dass man sie bisher nicht in Betracht gezogen hatMehr Dimensionen als angenommen Aus der 4ten und weiteren Dimensionen kommen Wechselwirkungen die Stoffwechselprozesse Fotosynthese und das Leben in unserer Dimension erm glichen Ohne diese Verbindung w re Leben nicht m glich Angenommen das Leben w rde in unserer Dimension oder in einer anderen Dimension verschwinden W rde das auch das Leben in der angekoppelten Dimension zerst renParalleluniversen Ein Paralleluniversum wechselwirkt mit dem anderen Die Naturgesetze sind durch eine unbekannte Art von Entropie geformt Verschiedene Varianten der Grunds tze der Thermodynamik und Gravitation stehen zwischen den Universen in Wechselwirkung Oder mehrere Paralleluniversen mit mehreren Arten von Naturgesetzen stehen in komplexem Zusammenspiel Bei einem Multiversum w ren die Variationsm glichkeiten entsprechend unendlichSimulationshypothese Wenn die uanten eine Art von Programmiersprache sind w re die Welt aus Code zusammen gesetzt Oder die uanten sind nur die gr bsten primitiven Bausteine unter denen der eigentliche Code verborgen liegt Anomalien in unserer Welt w rden sicht mit Fehlern in der Programmierung erkl ren lassen Egal welchem Modell man den Vorzug gibt Es k nnte sein dass die Entstehung von Leben ohne eine Wechselwirkung mit unsichtbaren und noch undetektierbaren Kr ften nicht m glich ist Dass es Universen oder Welten geben mag die f r immer tot bleiben werden weil sie nicht in Wechselwirkung mit anderen stehen Dass sie Symbiose und Kooperation zwischen den Schichten der Wirklichkeiten so essentiell sind dass ohne sie keine Evolution m glich ist Wir bestehen aus unbekannt vielen solcher hypothetischer Vorg nge die wir nicht verstehen Die Fotosynthese von Pflanzen basiert nicht allein auf Sonnenlicht sondern auch auf uantenverschr nkung Wenn der Mensch aus Versehen durch physikalische Experimente oder weniger subtil durch Gentechnik diesen Prozess st rt w rde die Welt untergehen Wenn die F higkeit nur durch eine Wechselwirkung mit einer anderen Dimension m glich wird k nnten St rungen diese verschwinden lassenDie Prozesse im ganz kleinen und ganz gro en rufen die Meermetapher auf den Plan Ein Sandkorn Wissen und ein Ozean von offenen Fragen Eine winzige Pflanzenzelle automatisiert spielend einen Prozess f r den es Heerscharen der besten Wissenschaftler und Milliarden an Investitionen f r Gro ger te braucht Und die Blume schafft es auch l nger als ein paar Tausendstel Sekunden den Prozess aufrecht zu erhalten Sie lebt davonDie Grundlagen vieler zellul rer Prozesse der Fotosynthese und chemischer Vorg nge sind momentan unter dem Gesichtspunkt definiert dass man die riesigen groben Bestandteile beobachtet Wie wenn man von au en auf eine Fabrik blickt Man sieht die Zulieferstr me kennt vielleicht ein paar der Grundmaterialien und sieht die fertigen Endprodukte aus der Fabrik heraus kommen Anhand einer Analyse des Rauchs aus den Fabrikschloten und der Abf lle die anfallen kann man kleine Versuche mit Reverse Engineering anstellen Aber was in der Fabrik und in allen Lebewesen wirklich geschieht kann man nur raten F r das menschliche Bewusstsein wirft das die Frage auf wo und was das Ich eigentlich ist Im nicht verstandenen Gehirn kommt der Faktor hinzu dass unbekannte kleinste Teile oder Wirkmechanismen aus anderen Dimensionen ma geblich beteiligt sein k nnten Also ist dieses Ego theoretisch Wechselwirkungen oder theoretisch Manipulationen und Einfl sterungen aus anderen unzug nglichen Realit ten ausgesetzt Wenn man eine Entscheidung trifft redet arbeitet oder ber solche Dinge nachdenkt Ob es eine Einbahnstra e ist und die Gegenrichtung f r Menschen wie ein schwarzes Loch unzug nglich bleiben wird ist eine der Kernfragen Nicht nur hinsichtlich dessen ob wir unbewusst in anderen Dimensionen wirken wenn wir denken oder Emotionen haben Sondern auch bez glich der Relativit t des Todes Wenn das Bewusstsein nicht an 3 Dimensionen gebunden existiert warum dann an einen K rper

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Life on the Edge

Free download Life on the Edge Read & Download ☆ Life on the Edge Ù PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Life is the most extraordinary phenomenon in the known universe; but how did it come to be Even in an age of cloning and artificial biology the remarkable truth remains nobody has ever made anything living entirely out of dead material Life remains the only way to make life Are we still missing a vital ingredient in its creation      Like Richard Dawkins' The Selfish Gene which provided a new perspective on how evolution works Life on the Edge alters our understanding of our world's fundamental dynamics Bringi. I really appreciate well written books about science when they are written by active researchers in the field And this book ualifies as McFadden is a research biologist and Al Khalili is a theoretical physicist They are both actively engaged in researching evidence for uantum phenomena that are responsible for complex biological mechanismsThe book focuses on several important and difficult biology problems photosynthesis respiration magnetoreception bird migration consciousness genetics the sense of smell and the origin of life Each of these is still a mystery and the authors find some or a lot of evidence for uantum mechanics being an essential componentI found a couple of the issues to be particularly fascinating Some birds that migrate thousands of miles definitely use magnetoreception to find their way But the receptors are also connected with sight and reuire light in order for the magnetoreception to work And some butterflies also have magnetoreceptors on their antennae It can take three generations for some butterflies to do a complete round trip of a thousand miles or How in the world is this possibleI also found it fascinating that for photosynthesis to occur plants may use a form of a uantum computer to perform the necessary catalysis And the problem that the uantum computer solves is well known it is the traveling salesman problemThe authors freuently repeat a uote by physicist Richard Feynman If you cannot make it then you don t understand it In other words you don t really understand a biological or physical process until you can duplicate it in the lab Well that is certainly the case for the biological processes that are discussed in this book The origin of life is far from our understandingResearch on this topic is proceeding rapidly and the authors found that by the time they had finished writing the book some parts were already dated So they added an extra chapter at the end to include recent results But they recognize that by the time the book is published it will still contain some out of date ideas And that is wonderful because science is a process not an end result

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Free download Life on the Edge Read & Download ☆ Life on the Edge Ù PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Mselves with such precision Life on the Edge accessibly reveals how uantum mechanics can answer these probing uestions of the universe Guiding the reader through the rapidly unfolding discoveries of the last few years Al Khalili and McFadden communicate the excitement of the explosive new field of uantum biology and its potentially revolutionary applications while offering insights into the biggest puzzle of all what is life As they brilliantly demonstrate in these groundbreaking pages life exists on the uantum ed. A wonderful book describing wonderful thingsScience is not my strongest area in learning but this book makes clear an opaue to me part of physics which usually is understood through mathematics and specialized scientific euipment able to view or measure particles of atoms As a book written for the general reader it does not have a lot of math and it includes drawings which add clarity to the subject addressed in each chapter The chapters each cover a single main subject which illuminates how plant and animal molecular biology has been discovered performing vital life sustaining functions with uantum physics Each chapter builds on the previous information described earlier in the book which allowed this reader to keep up But I recommend a consistent progression revisiting the book every day to read a chapter if you are not a science geek If the book is picked up days later from the last time one may have read it the reader might need to start over re reading again earlier chaptersI was astounded that the authors were able to describe such subjects as uantum photosynthesis and the electrical uantum activity of neurons in such a clear yet simple manner that someone not very scientific can understand these important new discoveries The last chapters are speculative but never irrationally so Instead I am as excited as the authors are to see if future uantum biology research will uncover about why we are alive and why rocks are not These discoveries are new to me because I graduated from college several decades ago I am very excited about being able to understand the uantum world a touch better through the examples given in each chapterI recommend The Coming Age of uantum Biology to those familiar with the slightly difficult science magazines and articles The material is made simple as possible but it is not dumbed down


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