The physics of existence (1)

By: James V. Kohl | Published on: August 9, 2022

My review of  EXISTENTIAL PHYSICS: A Scientist’s Guide To Life’s Biggest Questions

Likely things are likely to happen when you are still lost in math.

She starts with the claim from Richard Feynman who told his students in 1964 that no one understands quantum physics.
In 1964, Bruce S. McEwen et al., linked energy-as-information from the ATP-dependent Creation of RNA to all biodiversity on Earth via prescient claims linked to naturally occurring RNA interference (RNAi). Feynman also claimed that theoretical physicists exemplified human idiocy due to their measurement-driven failures to link the ATP-dependent Creation of food energy to species diversity via the physiology of reproduction (and RNAi).
Her interview with George FR Ellis for publication of “Lost in Math” linked quantum coherence to coherently organized biology and quantum souls via Stuart Hameroff’s claims about energy-dependent fixation of amino acid substitutions in microtubules across kingdoms.
Fixation links the Creation of sunlight and subatomic particles to all genotypes and phenotypes via Tim Palmer’s claims about cloud formation (humidity), prevention of aerosol transmission of COVID-19, climate change, and a pH-dependent ~6000 year-old Earth.
Her claim that entropy kills us is echoed throughout the well-written and very entertaining book, but Schrodinger’s claim about anti-entropic virucidal light gets buried. That makes it appear to me that she is still, like most of her colleagues, lost in math.
I expected much more. Thankfully, her efforts to tell the truth will continue to force other theorists to revise their theories based on the amount of experimental evidence detailed in recapitulations of facts about the energy-dependent miRNA/mRNA balance that biophysically constrains all life on Earth.
Watch for more claims that the Laws of Physics must be changed to account for the facts, as science progresses via one death at a time.

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