The quantum Zeno effect is a general Rx of nature since it describes the situation in which the time evolution of any quantum system can be slowed by sufficiently frequent “observations.”
The quantum Zeno effect was first proposed as a thought experiment by the British scientist Alan Turing in 1958, although it wasn’t rigorously described until 1977 or observed in the laboratory until 1989.
The link between health and wealth can be described in this analogy:
Silicon-based technology is a slave to time, while cells made of hydrate carbon semiconductors allow us to deconstruct time via a decentralized network of proteins that use excitons to slow time down to get the effect that cells need to live.
AKA: Fiat money is to BTC money as silicon to topologic insulators of carbon.
BTC as an excellent store of value provides freedom to slow time down to use and monetize it. Fiat uses the anti-Quantum Zeno effect and decreases the value of money quickly.
You’ve probably heard about Schrödinger’s cat, which famously is trapped in a box with a mechanism that is activated if a radioactive atom decays, releasing radiation. The act of looking in the box collapses the atom’s wave function — the mathematical description of its state — from a “superposition” of states to a definite state, which either kills the cat or lets it live another day.
But did you know that if you peek into the cat box frequently — thousands of times a second — you can either delay the fateful choice or, conversely, accelerate it? The delay is known as the quantum Zeno effect and the acceleration as the quantum anti-Zeno effect.
The quantum Zeno effect was named by analogy with the arrow paradox conceived by the Greek philosopher Zeno: At any given instant of time, an arrow in flight is motionless; how then can it move? Similarly, if an atom could be continually measured to see if it is still in its initial state, it would always be found to be in that state.
Both the Zeno and the anti-Zeno effects are real and happen to real atoms. But how does this work?
My current belief is that all biologic topologic insulators in cells, especially the one buried in mitochondria, are very tiny Maxwell demons that can skirt the second law of thermodynamics by constantly observing the quantum state inside of cells to slow time down giving cells an advantage that have to use the second law of thermodynamics to exist. They do this by making the “energy ledge” in cells larger in a relative way by shrinking time down using the Quantum Zeno effect. This effect is something we do not observe, but the things in our cells do the observation for us to slow time down to get the job of living done.
This occurs because of the scale of the changes that increase this energy ledge are much smaller than the macroscopic objects that human can process with their senses. Recently physicists are now beginning to realize that small quantum systems do not act like a cup of hot cup of coffee or a star in space. Two recent studies are now aligning with many of the things I teach my members.
Your mitochondria and a chlorophyll molecule are a lot smaller than a cup of coffee and a star
The second recent study in H-theorem was written that also supports my beliefs.
HOW DO WE USE IT IN OUR CELLS?
Excitons form when sunlight hits chlorophyll or RBCs. Light creates a quantum hole in both organelles and that hole moves inside the organelle while constantly being observed. This slows time down inside a cell.
Biology is solely based upon putting these two equations to work in hydrated proteins. If one studies proteins sans the water, the results will not be equivalent. The study of regular biochemistry in most books is based upon the subtraction of water to study the proteins in isolation. In science today, this bio-chemical paradigm is being replaced by the new science of topology. In October of 2016, the Nobel Prize for physics was given for the science of topology. Molecular biology is really the study of the physics of organisms and how cell organization puts quantum weirdness to work to build life.
It also turns out that the remarkable efficiency of photosynthesis in algae where DHA first Photosynthesis appeared on Earth 650 million years ago, and their evolutionary descendants plants, also deploy quantum superposition so that energy can simultaneously travel along all possible paths of the bridging maze of chlorophyll to reach the reaction center. In fact, experiments have now shown that the exciton always gets to the reaction center before time expires. In other words, it never fails in experiment because it always slows time down.
This is why it is a basic LAW of nature and quantum mechanics. It is difficult to accept until your comprehend what Nature is up to.
Excitons can explore all paths to the reaction center, simultaneously, without any time delay ever occurring. This trick has also been found in bacteria like Chlorobium tedium. Science knows bacteria where here before plants and eukaryotes. It appears this quantum trick has been used by life from genesis 3.8 billion years ago.
It is so exciting because it clearly has now raised the spectre to modern cell biologists that animals, like humans, also can use the very same process in many cell systems. Biology has yet to realize this, but the new field of quantum biology has found much evidence for the effects in many skin and blood systems. I believe this process occurs in the skin’s melanin and eumelanin. It also happens in carotenoids and in the cells suspended in blood. Once the excitons are collected by these reaction centers the energy is transfered to water where protons tunneling transfers the signal at the speed of light to mitochondria at cytochrome 1. Here it enters the Q-cycle to affect cytochrome c and the ATPasewhich are both red light chromophores and both tied to ATP production. Water is also a red light chromophore. I believe the phosphorus in our skin, proteins, and blood cells is critical to charge separating water into protons cables to transfer the energy and information from our surfaces to the mitochondria below. This process occurs just as it does in leaves. The difference is the distance and reaction center in animal cells are the Q-cycle and the the last two cytochromes.
Erwin Schrodinger told us in his 1944 book that life seemed somehow to skirt the second law of thermodynamics. This flummoxed him because the 2nd law of thermodynamics is axiomatic in its truth. He was confused by this skirting issue because he also said, despite life’s uncertainty, life is clearly stable or it could not exist. That is the truth in the reality of life. Nature uses a decentralized network to create excitons that get constantly observed in the chlorophyll antenna to suspend time before the energy on the electron is thermalized to water in a leaf.
Understanding reality means we have to accept “holes in reality” actually exist in Nature. Moreover, there are new things that excitons create that life makes use of.
Life is capable of reproducing offspring who are stable and they appear to transmit their moving subatomic particles in a reliable way to create functional offspring. In this sense, life appears to skirt the second law by using the subatomic weirdness in leaves, RBCs, and our colony of mitochondria to create a perpetual motion machine for electrons and protons and it all driven by incident sunlight. He also remarked in his book that in order for life to maintain its stability and sustain the living state without throwing its future into chaos it had to control the flow of heat from hot to cold and cold to hot by being much larger than its constituent parts of atoms and subatomic parts.
Life has to be built on a scale that would hide all these weird quantum effects from our 5 senses. Life & BTC appears to use the Quantum Zeno effect to hide the truth in Nature from our 5 main sensory receptors that feed data from environmental waves to our thalamus. The main effect of BTC is not observable because it is buried in the coding of the Satoshi’s algorithm. When this is hidden, a new reality can exist. When we observe these quantum effects on a continuous basis time is slowed.
When you realize it only two things in the universe are absolutely scarce – time and bitcoin. It turns out time is scarce because it is also created by quantum algorithm and its effects can be stretched or slowed down. Slowing down time is extremely rare in the macroscopic world. The BTC algorithm is the only situation where a man made algorithm can slow time down to create massive value. Every thing of value requires humans expend time to get it. Bitcoin is the first human invention that seems to break this relationship in finance to mimic what nature does in cells. The shrinkage of time to obtain value defines what economize really means. Bitcoin is expert at maximizing time by creating value, just as circadian biology is at using dark and light cycles to create health.
Scarcity is the starting point of all economics. The quantum zeno effect in cells is how Mother Nature slows time to create health. In the white paper of Satoshi, buried deep inside the algorithm that created Bitcoin was a mechanism that mimics the Quantum Zeno effect to shrink time down to create value. The algorithm does this by constantly observing the hashrate to create the difficulty adjustment. The act of constant observation mimics the Quantum Zeno effect in cells. This gives Bitcoin its inherent circadian mechanism and it creates its own circadian cycle, of scarcity that manifests in the halving cycles. In this way, Bitcoin and health are linked by how they slow time down and add value back to the system quickly to create a new reality, health and wealth.
The human allotment of time in our life is a function of our health. Time & health are as scarce as our lifespan is limited. Interpersonally, time scarcity manifests as the total time we can collectively allocate towards serving one another; whether we are making goods, providing services, or gaining knowledge/wisdom from one another — we have but a finite quantity of hours to commit towards our efforts. In this sense, time scarcity is the immortal quantum tyrant subjugating all of us. Only through cooperative action of constant observation can we break free of the restraints time scarcity clasps upon us.
Schrodinger was fascinated by the size of the first gene extracted from fruit flies in the 1940s. He guessed that a gene would behave to larger than biologists expected in the 1940s to bury the quantum effects. The biologists who found the fruit flies ’ gene’s found them to contain only a couple of hundred atoms in diameter and later those genes would be found not exceed a few million atoms in length. Schrodinger was right in his guess, but wrong in his reasoning.
He knew that cells had to be much bigger than the genes that controlled them to work on large enough scales to avoid the downsides of quantum theory. Scale, after all, is the key metric that allows quantum mechanics to perform the queer tasks it does. However, it never occurred to him, before he died, that the upside of quantum weirdness might actually be quite useful to life. Photons hit semiconductive proteins to make “holes in reality” that create life using the most counterintuitive parts of quantum theory to create reality and life.
This knowledge must force medicine to change its opinion of how biology operates. Zeno propounded that knowledge can be attained through the use of reason. Truth can be distinguished from fallacy—even if, in practice, only an approximation can be made. According to the teaching of Zeno, the senses constantly receive sensations: pulsations that pass from objects through the senses to the mind, where they leave an impression in the imagination (phantasiai) In this way, the impression can and should be thought of as a quantum processing effect in the unconscious decentralized network of the neuronal pool, manifesting and arising from the mind was called a phantasm. That phantasm is a hole a reality called a thought that we can use to change reality. BTC is a new thought that can be used to change your life.
The mind has the ability to judge (συγκατάθεσις, synkatathesis)—approve or reject—an impression, enabling it to distinguish a true representation of reality from one that is false. It can process what an exciton means. Some “quantum impressions” can be assented to immediately, but others can achieve only varying degrees of hesitant approval, which can be labeled belief or opinion (doxa).
In life, we believe it is only through reason that we gain clear comprehension and conviction (katalepsis). Certain and true knowledge (episteme), achievable by the thinking sage, can be attained only by verifying the conviction with the expertise of one’s peers and the collective judgment of humankind. This verification is best made when the thinking mind is connected to the decentralized network called Nature.