REALITY #15: ANIMAL PHOTOSYNTHESIS

REALITY #15: ANIMAL PHOTOSYNTHESIS

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I have given 6 years of content to the public for free 100% of the time. That has come to end.

I am no focusing in on my tribe from here on out. SKIN IN THE GAME matters deeply to me.

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Here is the lead in for the new blog called

REALITY #15: ANIMAL PHOTOSYNTHESIS
Released Aug 11 at 1:00am on Patreon.
Here is the link for those of you who are interested but remain lurkers.  I’d encourage you to consider membership at some level for this cutting edge information on quantum biology at  www.patreon.com/DrJackKruse
THE BLOG TAKE HOME : Are there truly quantum effects or phenomena intrinsic to a specific thermodynamic process that offer an operational advantage over their classical counterpart? Most people think that sunlight hitting water is the key mechanism to make the battery for life. That view point is myopic. Quantum mechanics allows us to create a battery that can collect and distrobute energy on demand and this is the kind of battery tissues that are alive would need. It represent what we observe in the living state. When we need energy our tissues deliver. How do they do this? After all thermodynamics should be sensitive to the underlying microscopic description. For example, the efficiency of an engine should always be limited by the Carnot bound irrespective of whether the working medium is comprised of quantum or classical components. However, for non- equilibrium protocols the question is more subtle. For instance very recently it has been demonstrated that it is possible to use non-equilibrium short cuts to adiabaticity to boost the power of engine cycles without compromising efficiency (Deng et al. 2013, del Campo et al. 2014). One may then wonder whether it is in the finite time operation of devices that quantum mechanics offers an advantage biology is unaware of. The present blog provides an example of a process where quantum correlations provide an huge advantage to living state.

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