I'm in the second semester of my Med School, and by now we have learned about many of the common processes that our body goes through every single day, just like some less usual ones, and by that I mean the whole thing about oxygen and nutrients transportation, depolarization of muscle cells, hormone producing and acting, etc…
However, I've always been a physics enthusiast, and I find that most ways teachers teach is by suggesting that all these molecules, ions and electric stimuli just work on their own, like they chose which path to take, as if they had conscience to decide how, where and what to interact with, but as we all know, that isn't true.
Atoms, molecules overall, cells and fluid have no brain and no way to distinguish what should they do, but of course, they do (mostly) everything on a orderly basis and with no complications of major significance, and that baffles me since we don't really get to have an answer as to why this happens in such a predictable pattern.
As an example: The entire protein synthesis is such a magnificent and seemingly perfect process, with close to no errors, and are stimulated by cascades of other proteins produced by other cells, that themselves came from a fetus that grew from an embryo with such specific cells to each part and area with no mistakes in order to form a "normal human being", and this happens every day, with perfection most of the times.
This entire brainstorm made me wonder if there is a theory somewhere out there by some crazy scientist that embraces chaos-theory, and no I don't mean the Chaos Emeralds, but in fact I mean that every single one of the processes of molecule binding, breaking, synthesizing and moving, is just a big product of the chaotic nature of electromagnetic forces in between every single atom in our body, that dictates paths in which they have to move, way in which they have to break, and other atoms on which they have to cling onto using classical chemical processes and nothing more.
TL;DR: Is there an article suggesting of a theory that explains every process in our body, such as protein synthesizing, as a direct result of physics-related properties such as electromagnetism, heat/energy displacement and pressure disparity?
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