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What is life? part -2 (photosynthesis) quantum mechanics (qm) neither underpins chemistry nor biology

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Dr. V. M. Das
Subject Area: 
Health Sciences
Abstract: 

Graham Fleming, the principal investigator for the study. “This wavelike characteristic can explain the extreme efficiency of the energy transfer because it enables the system to simultaneously sample all the potential energy pathways and choose the most efficient one.” is unnecessary explaining Biology- photosynthesis with QM –superposition (superposition of possible trajectories). Both are separate identity or phenomena and both are triggered by MIND the ToE (theory of everything). Neither excited electrons carry energy through a photosynthetic system by hopping at random from one molecule to the next (Physical conduction) nor electrons take advantage of the weirdness of quantum physics traveling in the form of a coherent wave that can try out different paths simultaneously so that the electrons could then choose the best route explaining photosynthesis’s high efficiency. Rather, excited electrons carry photon energy in form of charged energy through a well destined path of photosynthetic system by the phenomenon called divine conduction mechanics or life phenomenon where thought is trigging and controlling the path of excited electron explaining photosynthesis’s high efficiency. The effects of matter and energy are different in different branches of science. In physics the effects are classified as classical physics and quantum physics. While in life sciences the effects are not physical rather they are associated with thoughts also. What are the basis of physical sciences as well as of life sciences or how laws of physics as well as of life sciences are made that is to be discussed in a very simple way. One has to equip with structure of the matter, origin of the universe and atomic genes as taught by participatory science. The standard model not only modified rather it has been completed (Vijay Mohan Das, 2014) with introduction of energized gravitons, primary fermions, primary bosons, Basic Building Blocks, Mind and Tachyons.

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