Quantum Life Science


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“But if all the explanatory arrows point downwards, it is something of a quiet scandal that physicists have largely given up on trying to reason upward from the ultimate physical laws to larger-scale events in the universe.” 

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The more I examine the universe and study the detail of its architecture
the more

evidence I find that the universe in some sense must have known we were coming.

Freeman Dyson quoted in Davies (1995) Are We Alone?

Quantum Life Science in a Fractal Universe

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