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    Kenneth miller thinks god exists in quantum mechanics

    Jack, as I earlier mentioned, I haven't read Miller's book. I do know for a fact that Charles Darwin was an agnostic. As far as your comment, it implies that biology doesn't pertain to quantum mechanics. Let's explore that further, "The World Journal of Biological Chemistry Editorial Board...
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    Kenneth miller thinks god exists in quantum mechanics

    One thing is for certain, Ken Miller and myself have been fighting those darn Intelligent Design advocates and other creationists for over 8 years! I haven't read Ken Miller's book that you mention, but I do know that The Society for the Study of Evolution recently gave him the prestigious...
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    New crack in QED?

    I've located the actual LETTER from Nature. I should remind people that Nature is an internationally peer-reviewed journal. It is one of the very finest journals known by professionals. Scientists love it!:biggrin: Nature 466, 213-216 (8 July 2010) | doi:10.1038/nature09250; Received 22...
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    New crack in QED?

    Thank you my_wan.:biggrin: Well, I followed up by also searching for further information that pertains to the Nature "News" article. I am fond of Dr. Randolf Pohl of Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics. Max Planck Institute provides added insight: PRESS RELEASE - Garching, 08.07.2010, How...
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    What technologies based on quantum mechanics affect our daily lives?

    “The budget request included $407.3 million in PE 61153N for defense research sciences programs. The committee recommends an increase of $1.5 million in PE 61153N for research on quantum computing and quantum mechanics that can support efforts to enhance Navy sensor and communications systems...
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    What Exactually is a Photon?

    Yeah, it's incrediable, and what a time to be alive. Check this out from The International Space Station. Click the music video on the upper right of their screen. I feel like I'm there with them ~ ~~ ~ :biggrin: Loving it..."We are the experiment"...
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    What Exactually is a Photon?

    March 23, 2008 - NASA The image is awesome.:biggrin: Be sure to click open that link.:wink: I like that mint tulip green. Don't forget to read my messages 40 and 42 if you haven't already.
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    Quantum effects at the neurological level

    Answering the OP, Brain MRI Scan (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) comes to my mind. "Magnetic resonance imaging, the scientific term behind a brain MRI, is a relatively new technique which uses the quantum mechanical characteristics of protons in your body tissues to create an image. The specific...
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    What Exactually is a Photon?

    Just wishing to add some depth to this conversation pertaining to the how, why, what, etc. Questions are often asked and scientists reply. (Review the "Ask a Scientist" archives. http://www.newton.dep.anl.gov/archive.htm). A good example of such: From Ask A Scientist from Astronomy...
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    What Exactually is a Photon?

    Replying to the question, "What exactually is a Photon?" From NASA’s COSMICOPIA Glossary::smile: Proton "The positively charged part of an atom. The number of protons determines which element the particle is. It is part of the nucleus." http://helios.gsfc.nasa.gov/gloss_op.html More...
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