How do you say "Life" in Physics?
July 24, 2017 9:17 PM   Subscribe

Life as Physics. Seems to have been some advances on how life increases in order vs everything else that increases in disorder, since the last time I looked. The Crooks equation is new to me as well as this guy’s (MIT’s Jeremy England) work which combines Biology and Physics. Last time I looked at any of this stuff was Ilya Prigogine's "Dissipative Structures". ( ) But that seems like a continuous system and England seems to be talking about discrete (dissipative) steps.
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This post was deleted for the following reason: Sorry, this "here's my personal take" framing isn't how posts are made at Mefi -- it's fine to rewrite this with a more plain "here's the article" framing, and then put your personal take in a comment. -- LobsterMitten


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