Scientists discover quasiparticles are immortal

Scientists have found quasiparticles that violates the second law of thermodynamics. Can this be the scientific explanation of the immortality of the human soul?

In a recently concluded study published by Nature Physics, researchers Ruben Verresen, Roderich Moessner, and Frank Pollmann says that quasiparticles in quantum systems could be considered immortal. Quasiparticles do decay after a certain period of time, but contrary to the second law of thermodynamics (which states that systems can only break down, and not build back up again), these quasiparticles re-organize themselves back into existence, possibly in an infinite cycle.

Implications for AI

If new quantum physics can help us understand life and health better [see Joe Dispenza: You Can Cure Yourself Through Your Thoughts and Quantum Physics Can Help Biology Answer Life’s Biggest Questions], could it also help us access immortality consciously? Can this be the scientific explanation for human immortality?

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