A Testable Theory for the Emergence of the Classical World.
Quantum Zeno effects; basis symmetry breaking; chaotic peptides; collectively actualizing sets; critical; decoherence; entangled bases; isotope labeling; quantum ordered; quantum to classical transition; tunable ratio of decoherence to Quantum Zeno effect; weak measurements; washington; isb
The transition from the quantum to the classical world is not yet understood. Here, we take a new approach. Central to this is the understanding that measurement and actualization cannot occur except on some specific basis. However, we have no established theory for the emergence of a specific basis. Our framework entails the following: (i) Sets of N entangled quantum variables can mutually actualize one another. (ii) Such actualization must occur in only one of the 2
Institute for Systems Biology
Kauffman, Stuart and Patra, Sudip, "A Testable Theory for the Emergence of the Classical World." (2022). Articles, Abstracts, and Reports. 6137.