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Musings-Origins of Life

Origin of Life: A plausible mechanism for the origin of life  where replication arose before metabolism.
Random bumping of atoms occur based on statistical probabilities,(reaction in a liquid such as water) followed by quantum entanglement,chemical bonds are formed, purine rings are formed which via entanglement (i.e quantum entanglement of the wave functions/states of the electrons of the constituent atoms)  chains of purine rings are formed that form RNA. (I modify this to atoms whose resonance frequencies match undergo entanglement)
 For propagation of information,i.e. sequence of bases, via  RNA , through entanglement and subsequent base pairing , double stranded RNA is formed.
 For "energy efficient" propagation of RNA, metabolism arose , so that amino acids tether onto this RNA to form peptides via  entanglement.
Since large chunks of information have to be propagated in an energy efficient  way and RNA is unstable, the blueprint of life DNA arose.
So is life energy efficient propagation of information, where increase in entropy leads to species complexity.
Species Complexity ultimately declines after all energy efficient possible combinations have arisen and which now need to be maintained followed by gradual decline , because entropy of the universe increases (2nd law of Thermodynamics) but total energy remains the same (Ist law of thermodynamics).
This is counter intuitive as in the classical world, presently, during cell cycle G1 (metabolic) comes before the S (replicative) phase.
Since the cell has to be energy efficient inorder  to replicate and divide, the classical cell cycle is where metabolism precedes replication. It is  different from the underlying quantum origins of life, where replication precedes metabolism.
The idea is that the entanglement of components of the wave functions give rise to higher order structures.

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