The tardigrade, extreme resistance and cryptobiosis

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Re: The tardigrade, extreme resistance and cryptobiosis




by Christophe » 11/08/19, 21:44

Is this confusion so important?
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Re: The tardigrade, extreme resistance and cryptobiosis




by GuyGadebois » 11/08/19, 21:51

Christophe wrote:Is this confusion so important?

Everyone gives it the importance they want. I have been a "fan" of insects since my childhood, for me it was important.
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Re: The tardigrade, extreme resistance and cryptobiosis




by Christophe » 20/10/20, 16:32

And a new hallucinating property of Tardigrade:

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Re: The tardigrade, extreme resistance and cryptobiosis




by Christophe » 18/12/21, 16:24

I didn't understand the title but it looks interesting: https://trustmyscience.com/tardigrade-p ... quantique/ ! : Mrgreen:

Tardigrade: first multicellular organism to undergo quantum entanglement

It is an almost incredible experience that researchers from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore have just achieved: the quantum entanglement of a tardigrade with a superconducting qubit! This feat marks the first time that a multicellular organism has been the subject of such a quantum phenomenon. In the last experiment, the animal even survived the extreme conditions imposed on it. Yes, the choice of tardigrade for this study is of course not risky.

Quantum entanglement (or quantum entanglement) is a phenomenon of quantum mechanics still partially misunderstood to date in which two particles (or groups of particles) form a linked system. So, whatever the distance between them, their quantum states (1, 0 or both at the same time) are linked. In this so-called “entangled” state, there are correlations between the physical properties of the two particles.

The tardigrades as for them are not any more to present, but a small reminder can always be useful… These fascinating creatures, also called “water bears” because of their funny appearance, are especially known for their incredible resilience, able to survive at extreme temperatures and pressures, and even in a vacuum. For all these reasons, these microscopic animals could well be the first interstellar travelers.

One of the secrets of this foolproof resistance of tardigrades is their ability to enter a state of extreme anhydrobiosis, sometimes called "hibernation", which they prepare by drying out almost entirely (by eliminating up to 95% of their water). In this state called "tun", they look like small kegs, hence the name chosen. The fact that these creatures can tolerate such extreme conditions suggests that their resistance is the result of their metabolic processes completely stopping. As a result, tardigrades were, according to Rainer Dumke (lead author of the study) and his colleagues, the ideal candidates to potentially become the first multicellular organisms to endure quantum entanglement.

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Re: The tardigrade, extreme resistance and cryptobiosis




by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 18/12/21, 16:52

I don't mind getting stung with a tardigrade messenger DNA potion ... : Mrgreen:
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Re: The tardigrade, extreme resistance and cryptobiosis




by Christophe » 18/12/21, 17:11

Prizes!! : Mrgreen:
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Re: The tardigrade, extreme resistance and cryptobiosis




by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 18/12/21, 17:31

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Christophe wrote:Prizes!! : Mrgreen:

Ah bah no ... : Mrgreen:
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Re: The tardigrade, extreme resistance and cryptobiosis




by Christophe » 18/12/21, 17:43

Bin if ... you don't want the Bonobo instead? : Mrgreen:
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Re: The tardigrade, extreme resistance and cryptobiosis




by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 18/12/21, 18:08

Christophe wrote:Bin if ... you don't want the Bonobo instead? : Mrgreen:

So there, in my case it's really not there pine sadness ! You will believe me or not, but I have never known a sexual breakdown in all my life, and whatever state I was in ... It's very simple, I believed for a long time that it was bone... : Mrgreen:
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Re: The tardigrade, extreme resistance and cryptobiosis




by Christophe » 18/12/21, 18:09

Exactly or more reason !!! : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen: : Lol: : Lol: : Lol:
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