Note: I am an admitted newb to the fields of physics and quantum mechanics. Having said this, feel free to correct my misconceptions. I'd rather be harshly/technically corrected than politely ignored.
Pondering of the day: If special relativity breaks down in a black hole to infinity, and a similar result happens in quantum physics, can this be associated in a meaningful way with meiosis?
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"Another aspect of the particulate-ness of the gene is that it does not grow senile; it is no more likely to die when it is a million years old than when it is only a hundred. It leaps from body to body down the generations, manipulating body after body in its own way and for its own ends, abandoning a succession of mortal bodies before they sink in senility and death. The genes are the immortals, or rather, they are defined as genetic entities that come close to deserving the title. We, the individual survival machines in the world, can expect to live a few more decades. But the genes in the world have an expectation of life that must be measured not in decades but in thousands and millions of years. In sexually reproducing species, the individual is too large and too temporary a genetic unit to qualify as a significant unit of natural selection. The group of individuals is an even larger unit. Genetically speaking, individuals and groups are like clouds in the sky or dust storms in the desert. They are temporary aggregations or federations. They are not stable through evolutionary time."
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Sorry citation continued Dawkins, R. (1989,revision). the Selfish gene. Oxford University Press
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"Sperms and eggs are unique among our cells in that, instead of containing 46 chromosomes, they contain only 23. This is, of course, exactly half of 46-convenient when they fuse in sexual fertilization to make a new individual! Meiosis is a special kind of cell division, taking place only in testicles and ovaries, in which a cell with the full double set of 46 chromosomes divides to form sex cells with the single set of 23 (all the time using the human numbers for illustration)." Dawkins, R. (1989,revision). the Selfish gene. Oxford University Press
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So my line of reasoning is this, can universal propagation occur in a similar way? Can the quantum "cistrons" of our universe and it's physics be re-combined in a black hole to create a new(product) universe with different large-scale physics principles?
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