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Herbert Rosenauer - What Are Biological Transmutations (130.0 Kb eBook)

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Classical science is confronted in agriculture with many enigmas which it believes can be explained by physico-chemistry but this is presumptuous, and the great physicists are coming to realise that it involves over-hasty generalisations.Louis de Broglie, the father of wave mechanics, wrote recently: "It is premature to suppose that we can reduce vital processes to the inadequate conceptions of physico-chemistry of the 19th and even the 20th century".One could fill pages with quotations of this kind (and even with works ... More >>>
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Author:      Herbert Rosenauer
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Classical science is confronted in agriculture with many enigmas which it believes can be explained by physico-chemistry but this is presumptuous, and the great physicists are coming to realise that it involves over-hasty generalisations.

Louis de Broglie, the father of wave mechanics, wrote recently: "It is premature to suppose that we can reduce vital processes to the inadequate conceptions of physico-chemistry of the 19th and even the 20th century".

One could fill pages with quotations of this kind (and even with works on this theme) emanating from scientists from all over the world and showing that nature does not obey our physico-chemical laws for nature does not work according to the simplified conditions that prevail in laboratories where the evidence is discovered from which we deduce the laws.

In chemistry we are always referred to a law of Lavoisier's formulated at the end of the 18th century. "Nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed". This is the credo of all the chemists. They are right: for in chemistry this is true. Where they go wrong is when they claim that nature follows their laws: that Life is nothing more than chemistry.