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The Biological “Invariant of Motion” vs. “Struggle for Life”? On the Possible Quantum Mechanical Origin and Evolution of Semiotic Controls in Biology

Department of Biological Physics, Eötvös Lóránd University, Pázmány sétány 1/A, H–1117 Budapest, Hungary
Information 2013, 4(4), 367-397; https://doi.org/10.3390/info4040367
Received: 9 May 2013 / Revised: 2 September 2013 / Accepted: 7 October 2013 / Published: 16 October 2013
A novel, alternative and deeper view to the “selfish gene” paradigm is presented, describable as the “selfish code” frame. Introducing it, we put forth a quantum mechanical algorithm as a new description of the intracellular protein synthetizing machinery. The successive steps of the algorithm are, tentatively, semiotic constraints of the well-known quantum mechanical molecular “internal measurement” type. It is proposed that this molecular algorithm mediates a quantum mechanical time reversed dynamics with a primordial special version of this latter molecular measurement type (“mixed measurement”) as its origin. It is furthermore suggested that this intracellular regressive algorithmical dynamics is a component of biological “motion”, the other, strongly coupled component being the macroscopic phenotypic motion. The biological “invariant of motion” of this hierarchically coupled overall generalized dynamics is suggested to be the evolutionally converged invariant genetic code vocabulary. It forms, possibly, the underlying internal “driving force” of evolution, as being “struggle for life”. View Full-Text
Keywords: “abstract” genetic code; time inversion symmetry breaking/restoration; molecular semiotics; invariants of motion; group theory “abstract” genetic code; time inversion symmetry breaking/restoration; molecular semiotics; invariants of motion; group theory
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Balázs, A. The Biological “Invariant of Motion” vs. “Struggle for Life”? On the Possible Quantum Mechanical Origin and Evolution of Semiotic Controls in Biology. Information 2013, 4, 367-397.

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