In 1944, Erwin Schrödinger, the Austrian Nobel prize-winning physicist and quantum pioneer, in his book, What is Life? Schrödinger suggested that some aspects of biology must be based on the rules and orderly world of quantum mechanics.
Quanta and its behavior are the basic building blocks of the universe. If quantum mechanics can accurately describe the behavior of atoms along with all their weirdness, then why can’t we be in two places at once, pass through impenetrable barriers or communicate instantaneously across space?
Quantum rules apply to single particles or systems consisting of just a handful of atoms. Much larger objects, like the human body and your consciousness consist of trillions of atoms bound together in mindboggling variety and complexity. Everyday LARGE, PHYSICAL objects obey the familiar rules of the “classical world” of physicality. Quantum mechanics describes a reality on the tiniest scales, a world in which particles can exist in two or more places at once, spread themselves out like waves, tunnel through impenetrable barriers and even possess instantaneous connections that stretch across great distances.
Orderly quantum laws govern each molecule, but random motion within a group of molecules seemed unexplainable. Schrödinger called this kind of law “order from disorder.” He didn’t account for human consciousness, directing quanta to create their thoughts. Conscious thinking is the building blocks of our existence.
QUANTUM BEHAVIOR and NANOSCIENCE is the branch of physics relating to the scientific laws that describe the behavior of photons, electrons, neutrons, nanoparticles and other quanta making up the quantum universe. Some quantum behaviors are the following.
QUANTUM TUNNELING occurs when electrons move through a barrier that scientists didn’t think they could, they call it tunneling. Electrons have both wave and particle-like properties and are called WAVICLES. Tunneling is done during wavelike functions.
Quantum tunneling is responsible for radioactive decay of atoms and even the reason the sun shines, it turns hydrogen into helium through the process of nuclear fusion. Experiments show that enzymes make use of quantum tunneling to accelerate biochemical reactions. Essentially, the enzyme encourages electrons and protons to vanish from one position in a biomolecule and instantly materialize in another, without passing through the gap in between. Enzymes make every single biomolecule in your cells and all cells of every living thing on the planet. Quantum tunneling-induced mutations in biology are believed to be a cause of ageing and cancer. Quanta work cooperatively and can transfer information from one end of the universe to the other end, in “subspace,” at least 10,000 times faster than light by quantum tunneling.
The first step in photosynthesis is to capture of a bit of energy from sunlight that then has to move through a lot of chlorophyll molecules to get to the reaction center where its energy is stored. Question, how does the bit of energy, unerringly find the quickest route? Research revealed that the bit of energy spreads-out waves, sampling all possible routes at once, to find the quickest route that it will use.
QUANTUM SUPERPOSITION says that ALL possible states of an object or consciousness are possible simultaneously, UNTIL you focus on ONE. Then you create one possibility in that moment. Superposition is the combination of two or more physical states, to form a new physical state in accordance with the superposition principle. Every quantum state can be represented as a sum of two or more other distinct states. A particle can be in two places or more at once.
QUANTUM ENTAGLEMENT is when pairs or groups of particles or consciousness become indistinguishable as two or more separate consciousness. A quantum state is given for the system of entanglement as a whole.
SYNERGY is when two or more people’s thoughts or consciousness come together and entangle, the group consciousness forms a new entity. The individual quanta or consciousness aren’t distinguishable any longer as separate. A quantum state is given for the system of entanglement as a whole.
Quantum entanglement may explain how birds use the Earth’s magnetic field to know which way to fly. Inside a protein in the bird’s eye, there is a pair of electrons highly sensitive to the angle of the Earth’s magnetic field that allows birds to “see” which way they need to fly.
Energy fields, grids or matrixes are examples of quantum entanglement, they instantly capture, store and emanate information and are always in motion. Humanity and all sentient life on a planet are entangled on the quantum level. Some scientists claim that quantum entanglement shows there is no such thing as space, and everything in the universe is touching. Quanta manifest your thoughts or state of consciousness and can create every possibility there is. Quanta are always in motion, constructing and destructing continuously.
Alien or extraterrestrials like the Arcturians, Pleiadians and Antarian consciousness is entangled with the 97% of human DNA, stream of consciousness found in higher states of consciousness.
Quantum dots are referred to as ARTIFICIAL ATOMS, because it is a single object, having discrete electronic states like naturally occurring atoms or molecules and can mimic the properties of an atom. A quantum dot is a particle of matter so small that the addition or removal of an electron changes its properties. All atoms are, of course, quantum dots, but multi-molecular combinations can have this characteristic.
In biochemistry, quantum dots are called redox groups.
In nanotechnology, they are called quantum bits or qubits.
Quantum dots typically have dimensions measured in nanometers, where one nanometer is a millionth of a millimeter. The fields of biology, chemistry, computer science, and electronics are all of interest to researchers in nanotechnology. An example of the overlapping of these disciplines is a hypothetical biochip, which might contain a sophisticated computer and be grown in a manner similar to the way a tree evolves from a seed. In this scenario, the terms redox group and qubit are equally applicable; it is hard to classify such a chip as either animate or inanimate. The quantum dots in a biochip would each account for at least one data bit, and possibly several.
In the extreme, the position of a single electron in a quantum dot might attain several states, so that a quantum dot could represent a byte of data. Alternatively, a quantum dot might be used in more than one computational instruction at a time. Other applications of quantum dots include Nano machines, neural networks, and high-density memory or storage media.