DOI: 10.14704/nq.2004.2.3.45

Cosmic Symmetry-breaking, Bifurcation, Fractality and Biogenesis

Chris King


This paper explores the non-linear quantum foundations of biogenesis in interactive bifurcations between the properties of the elements, sourced in the transitions induced by cosmic symmetry-breaking. The key interactions forming the biogenic pathway are modeled in terms of interactive quantum bifurcations explaining why the bioelements play the interactive role they do and why central biomolecules are cosmologically abundant products of the gas clouds forming young stars. RNA and related nucleotide molecules gain a plausible cosmic status, along with major features of the genetic code, and key features of metabolism, including ion and electron transport, the citric acid cycle and glycolysis.


cosmology, symmetry-breaking, molecular evolution, chaos, bifurcation, complex system, fractal, biogenesis, astrobiology

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