WHAT IS LIFE?

@inproceedings{Schrodinger2005WHATIL,
  title={WHAT IS LIFE?},
  author={E. Schrodinger},
  year={2005}
}
  • E. Schrodinger
  • Published 2005
  • Preface A scientist is supposed to have a complete and thorough I of knowledge, at first hand, of some subjects and, therefore, is usually expected not to write on any topic of which he is not a life, master. This is regarded as a matter of noblesse oblige. For the present purpose I beg to renounce the noblesse, if any, and to be the freed of the ensuing obligation. My excuse is as follows: We have inherited from our forefathers the keen longing for unified, all-embracing knowledge. The very… CONTINUE READING
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