Monday, 28 January 2013

What is Life? This is the question asked by the physicist Erwin Schrodinger.

Video  'What is Life?' explaining an artist theory on light and time.

This is the question asked by the physicist Erwin Schrodinger in his book ‘What is Life?’ In chapter 1. Schrödinger explains that most physical laws on a large scale are due to chaos on a small scale. He calls this principle “order-from-disorder”.
Schrödinger focuses on one important question:
"how can the events in space and time which take place within the spatial boundary of a living organism be accounted for by physics and chemistry? Schrödinger concludes that the complexity of life cannot be totally explained by classical physics, but is due to the discrete nature of quantum mechanics.

In chapter VI Schrödinger states:

“ matter, while not eluding the "laws of physics" as established up to date, is likely to involve "other laws of physics" hitherto unknown, which however, once they have been revealed, will form just as integral a part of science as the former.”

This video explains a new theory explaining a process of spherical symmetry forming and breaking that forms the organization for the continuous disorganization of entropy.

Instead of having “order-from-disorder” due to chaos on a small scale we have each new photon electron coupling forming a sphere of 360° degrees of uncertainty or 2π with an infinite number of degrees of freedom within each reference frame. Only an infinity of possibilities could form the diversity and complexity of life! In this theory all life has a common geometry. This forms a mathematical base for Charles Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection. Therefore the diversity of life is not based just on the survival of the fittest but on a self created beauty for its own sake! The uniqueness of every life form of every sunset of every moment can only be created out of a potential infinity of possibilities. This theory gives us a rational interpretation of Quantum Mechanics based on the mathematics and physics of some of the greatest minds the world has ever seen.

Based on just two postulates:

1. The quantum wave particle function Ψ or probability function explained by Erwin Schrodinger wave equation represents the forward passage of time itself. Therefore the future is unfolding photon by photon within each individual reference frames.

2. Is that Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle ∆×∆p×≥h/4π that is formed by the w-function is the same uncertainty we have with any future event within our own ref-frame that we can interact with turning the possible into the actual!

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