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American Journal of Educational Research. 2019, 7(11), 764-779
DOI: 10.12691/education-7-11-4
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From a Quantum State to a Quantum State. Life as a Temporary Emergence of a Differentiated Physicality

Ivo P. Janecka1,

1Foundation for Systems Research and Education, New York, NY

Pub. Date: November 10, 2019

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Ivo P. Janecka. From a Quantum State to a Quantum State. Life as a Temporary Emergence of a Differentiated Physicality. American Journal of Educational Research. 2019; 7(11):764-779. doi: 10.12691/education-7-11-4

Abstract

Introduction: Neither Life nor a quantum state are isolated phenomena; both are inter-related systems with mutual dependency and shared doctrines. Material/Method: Public domain records were searched for identifiable observations that were considered relevant to Life principles of systems science; similarities with quantum space-time were explored. Results/Conclusions: A quantum state has directionality within its cycle, from a very long expansion/inflation to a very short contraction/deflation through singularities of reversals in a Black Hole, all followed by a new Big Bang with a new inflationary phase. Living systems represent recapitulation of their evolutionary history and carry it within own coded genome. Sun, Earth, and Life are estimated to have emerged almost simultaneously, within a plateau of about 600 million years (4.6-4 billion years ago), at the transition from the inflationary/expanding quantum state of the Universe to the deflationary/contracting one with the appearance of a definable manifestation of quantum system’s output, the emergence, in the physicality of Sun, Earth, Life, etc. Life has its own Big Bang, symbolized by the unwinding of the nuclear DNA spiral during embryogenesis; within its scale, it is just as massive and rapid as the inflation following the Big Bang in the Universe that is generally dated to about 14 billion years ago. A pathway is also explored to consider ‘how we know that we know’, an outcome of translation of signal processing to cognitive understanding that impact measurements and observations.

Keywords:
life systems science sensory processing and perceptional meaning quantum space-time

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