Joined: Jan. 2006
Alan Fox wrote:
|I recall Joy posting some interesting stuff about sustainability, (couldn't find it just now, sorry) so she ain't all bad.|
Nobody's all bad. I've even found myself in agreement with DaveScot on occasion.
Thought Provoker wrote:
|Joy is quite capable to defending herself. MikeGene's rabbit threads are available to open discussions. If someone wants to ask her something, there is a recent rabbit thread available that anyone can use.|
I did challenge Joy, directly. We had a long exchange, during which she (like you) was unable to come up with any evidence for superconductivity in living organisms, much less humans. Eventually she banished a comment of mine to the Memory Hole for merely quoting her.
|Meanwhile, I thank you for the opportunity for me to point out the use of quantum mechanics in life.|
It appears photosynthesis involves quantum superposition to achieve super conductivity.
Where did you get that idea? The Berkeley research you cite doesn't involve superconductivity at all. Nor does the Orch OR hypothesis. Are you confusing superposition with superconductivity?
Look, TP, I know that you really, really want Joy to be right, but your desire is clouding your judgment. There is simply no evidence that superconductivity occurs in the human body, nor that life depends on it. Joy is simply wrong.
And the set of natural numbers is also the set that starts at 0 and goes to the largest number. -- Joe G
Please stop putting words into my mouth that don't belong there and thoughts into my mind that don't belong there. -- KF