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Let's discuss implications of the Casimir Effect and related

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Let's discuss implications of the Casimir Effect and related

Postby wlminex » Thu Apr 13, 2017 1:29 am

I've been studying the Casimir Effect (CE) for several years. I believe CE is a subquantum to trans-planckian (scale) phenomenon that we can only slightly 'detect' on this side of Planck length. I believe there may well be other similar (to CE) phenomena and mechanisms that are worthy of investigation. My studies lead me to opinions that CE operates within both inorgaanic and organic domains and the scale of CE interactions (a few nanometers) is responsible (in some part) for development of organic life within inorganic substrates (e.g., clay layer interstitia, of all things!). I am also of the opinion that CE may be responsible (in some part) for the evolution of organic life in which CE energetics affect (can break) weak hydrogen bonding in RNA and DNA nucleotides, initiating genetic mutations that, if sequentially repetitive, can modulate evolution. There are also (IMO) theological implications of CE that we can discuss in another subforum. wlminex
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Re: Let's discuss implications of the Casimir Effect and rel

Postby wlminex » Wed May 10, 2017 1:14 am

So that you can 'jump into the realm of CE' and think about quantum entanglement in biologic systems, try Googling the same: "Quantum Entanglement in Biologic Systems". An intriguing topic that hopefully will generate more discussion on this thread. [Also, there are some interesting theological and metaphysical implications!!]
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