Re: more on `quantum evolution'

Date: Wed Mar 01 2000 - 10:51:31 MST

In a message dated 3/1/00 8:56:09 AM Pacific Standard Time, writes:

> The things just have to be sufficiently
> isolated from their environment that they aren't
> constantly interacting and their wave functions aren't
> constantly collapsing. Can this be said of DNA
> molecules inside cells?

Absolutely positively not. For one thing, they're
in water, which means they are involved in water's
constant physical rearrangements which encompass the
entire cell at the very least. Aside from that,
DNA molecules constantly interact with literally
thousands of transcriptional, packing, and repair

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