Life is a river, chemical and scripted.
In "What Is Life?", Schrödinger manifests a worry. As a physicist of an era when Physics has finally established an all-embracing and all-explaining model of Nature, Statistical Thermodynamics, he is troubled to reconcile (1) the notion that physical Laws stability comes from averages of big numbers of small dynamical molecules with (2) the growing evidence that biological stability is centred in only a handful of molecules. These "molecules", the chromosomes, had therefore to be crystal-like...
|2014||Life is a river, chemical and scripted.||José Augusto Pereira||Trabalho Académico|