Ciro Santilli
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Perhaps, the feeling of physics and the illusion of life reaches its peak in molecular biology.
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Just look at your fucking hand right now.
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Do you have any idea of each of the cells in it work? Isn't is at least 100 times more complex than the materials of the table you hand is currently resting on?
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animations of molecular biology processes make this particularly bind bendingly clear.
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And don't get Ciro Santilli started in the brain.
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And yet, we live.
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Maybe nothing can ever make physics and the illusion of life clearer.
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Video 98. "ATP synthase in action" published by HarvardX on 2017-04-19. Source.
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Video 99. "Electron transport chain" published by HarvardX on 2017-10-09. Source. This actually explains how mitochondrions use sugar derivatives and oxygen to transform ADP into ATP.
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Video 100. "The Inner Life of the Cell" published by XVIVO Scientific Animation on Jul 11, 2011. Source. Also created for BioVisions from Harvard University apparently like other amazing videos.
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Video 101. "DNA animations by wehi.tv for Science-Art exhibition" published by WEHImovies on 2018-07-16. Source.
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