Evolution Via Epr-Entanglement Algorithm


  • W. Grant Cooper International Physics Health & Energy, Inc. 5109 82nd Street Suite 7 Lubbock, Texas, USA 79424 Texas Tech University College of Education Lubbock, Texas 79409-1071




Entanglement evolution algorithm, Informational entangled qubits, Quantum/classical interface, Quantum information processing, Quantum uncertainty limits, Variable ‘tick rate’ clock


By quantifying EPR-generated accumulations of entangled proton qubits populating duplex microsatellite base pairs, observed as G-C → G'-C', G-C → *G-C* and A-T → *A-*T, the potential to exhibit expansion or contraction over evolutionary times can be qualitatively specified. Bold italics identify base pair superpositions of entangled proton qubits. Metastable hydrogen bonding amino (−NH2) protons encounter quantum uncertainty limits, Δx Δpx ≥ ћ/2, which generate EPR arrangements, keto-amino ―(entanglement)→ enol−imine, yielding reduced energy entangled proton qubits shared between two indistinguishable sets of electron lone-pairs belonging to enol oxygen and imine nitrogen on opposite strands. When measured by Grover’s-type quantum processors, δt ≤ 10–13 s, microsatellites whose entangled proton qubits generate a preponderance of initiation codons ─ UUG, CUG, AUG, GUG ─ participate in the expansion mode of DNA synthesis, but if more stop codons ─ UAA, UGA, UAG ─ were introduced and/or the particular sequence consisted exclusively of A‑T, such microsatellites would generally decrease in relative abundance over evolutionary times. This model is tested by evaluating the twenty‑two most abundant microsatellites common to human and rat. From this list, predictions by “measurements of” entangled proton qubit states identify two ordered sets – eleven exhibiting expansion and eleven exhibiting contraction – of microsatellites, consistent with observation. These analyses imply Grover’s-type enzyme-processor measurements of EPR-generated entangled proton “qubit pairs” can simulate microsatellite evolution, and further, identify entangled proton “qubit pairs” as the smallest “measurable” genetic informational unit, specifying available quantum information as particular evolution instructions. Classical pathways cannot simulate microsatellite evolution observables. 


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How to Cite

Cooper, W. G. (2017). Evolution Via Epr-Entanglement Algorithm. British Journal of Healthcare and Medical Research, 4(2), 43. https://doi.org/10.14738/jbemi.42.2795