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Has anyone noticed cell division has interphase, which consists of three main phases before division

 
 
Reply Wed 15 Apr, 2020 07:44 am
Why isn't this seen as bifurcation? Does Feigenbaum's constant come into play?
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Reply Wed 15 Apr, 2020 09:25 am
@pittsburghjoe,
All cyclical events bifurcate at 3 ..it is at the core of our reality.
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Reply Sat 18 Apr, 2020 11:20 am
@pittsburghjoe,
Do cells multiply after three cycles because math considers them mathematical objects at that size and forces them to follow a bifurcation diagram? They seem to be mathematical objects even if observed/decohered.
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