QUANTUM NONLOCAL BONDS BETWEEN LIVING ORGANISMS AND THEIR ROLE IN EVOLUTIONPage No: 4651-4659
By: Firyuza Salikhovna Yanchilina
Keywords: Life, origin of life, biomass, united quantum state, quantum uncertainty, quantum nonlocality
Abstract: The article reviews the well-known theories and ideas about the origin of life on Earth. We propose to divide all such
theories into two classes. The first include theories and hypotheses that pretend to explain the phenomenal complexity of
living beings and their radical difference from inanimate nature. The second class includes theories that do not explain
the phenomenal complexity of living beings. One of the unusual and complex phenomena of the subatomic world called
the quantum nonlocality is analyzed. The possible influence of this phenomenon on the synthesis of the first organic
substances, and subsequently of living organisms, is investigated. The hypothesis of the quantum origin of life is
considered, in which the concept of a united quantum state of a living system permeated with nonlocal connections plays
the main role. It is shown that this hypothesis belongs to the first class, since it explains the phenomenal complexity of
living beings and their radical difference from inanimate nature.
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