
#1
Jan2214, 10:57 AM

PF Gold
P: 4,210

Interesting idea...
The peerreviewed paper, published in AIP: Journal of Chemical Physics: Statistical physics of selfreplication http://www.englandlab.com/uploads/7/...013jcpsrep.pdf 



#2
Jan2214, 11:54 AM

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#3
Jan2214, 12:05 PM

PF Gold
P: 4,210

Yes, but (I think) more generally, about how organized structure can emerge from ensembles of matter.




#4
Jan2314, 01:56 PM

P: 5,616

A "new" thermodynamic theory of life
If this were true, it would be massively important. I am very curious to see how the experiments the one guy is thinking of turn out.



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