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Dr. Arvydas Tamulis: Quantum Prebiotic Evolution

I am pleased to introduce to the reader some of the most important and revolutionary work in modern day biology and physics.  Dr. A. Tamulis is the leading expert in Quantum Prebiotic Evolution, and a master of chemical and biological quantum mathematical modeling.  I am deeply privileged to be in correspondence with this scientist, an Independent Expert for the European Commission, Brussels, whose insights probe into the very beginnings of life.  Topics to which this scientist has contributed include (list abbreviated): Quantum Mechanical Modeling of Programmable Artificial Living Cells and Nanobiorobots Based on Organometallic Photosensitizers, Prebiotic Chemistry and Early Evolution, Quantum Modeling of Molecular Materials, Quantum Computation Using Self-Assembled Molecular Spin Arrays, and Quantum Entangled Single BioOrganic Supramolecules as Light Absorbing and Light Emitting Logical Devices.  This is some of the most advanced and impressive science I have read.  Below you will find some few of our correspondences, and a host of links to important work.  There is a bio below, with a fine condensation of much work.  Please do partake of this fascinating and correct contribution to our understanding of the intimate relation between quantum processes and biology. 

 

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Dr. A. Tamulis Biography                             Dr. A. Tamulis recent research and work

 

Partial correspondences:    Letter 1.        Letter 2.        Letter 3.        Letter 4.         Letter 5. 
 

 

 

The following papers are available here:

 

http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Arvydas_Tamulis/publications

 



Quantum Entanglement in a System Composed of Two Prebiotic Kernels with Molecular Spintronics Logic Devices for Control of Photosynthesis


Phenomenon of Quantum Entanglement in a System Composed of Two Minimal Protocells


Quantum Mechanical Origin of Genetic Material in Minimal Cells


Quantum processes in 8-Oxo-Guanine-Ru(bipyridine)32+ photosynthetic systems of artificial minimal cells


The emergence and evolution of life in a "fatty acid world" based on quantum mechanics


Quantum Mechanical Design of Molecular Electronics OR Gate for Regulation of Minimal Cell Functions


Question 9: quantum self-assembly and photoinduced electron tunneling in photosynthetic systems of artificial minimal living cells


Quantum mechanical modeling of self-assembly and photoinduced electron transfer in PNA-based artificial living organisms


NMR Parameters of Aza‐Fullerene and its Derivatives


Electronic Structure of Dodecyl Syringate Radical Suitable for ESR Molecular Quantum Computers


Quantum Mechanical Design of Molecular Computers Elements Suitable for Self-Assembling to Quantum Computing Living Systems


One Possible Way of Information Writing to Quantum Computer Device


Quantum Mechanical Studies of Intensity in Electronic Spectra of Fluorescein Dianion and Monoanion Forms


Neutral Radical Molecules Ordered in Self-Assembled Monolayer Systems for Quantum Information Processing


Isomerization Pathways of Azobenzene


Ab initio quantum chemical design of supermolecule logical devices


Quantum chemical investigation of the Disperse Orange 3 molecule cis-trans isomerization through linear transition state and design of molecular machines


Ab Initio Quantum Chemical Methods for Investigations of Fullerene C60, CS2 and Tetrathiafulvalene Molecules and Their Complexes


Quantum mechanical investigations of photoactive molecules and design of molecular machine and logical devices


Quantum Chemical ab initio Investigations of Non-Covalent Bonding Derivatives of Fullerene C60 and Li Atom or Cs2, C6H6 Molecules


Design of basic elements of molecular computers based on quantum chemical investigations of photoactive organic molecules


QUANTUM MECHANICAL EVOLUTION OF FATTY ACIDS WORLD LIFE


Quantum Chemical Design of Light Driven Molecular Logical Machines

 

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