Sparks

Ellis Knight
Jan 1, 2024

Most people who die suddenly have a condition known as pulseless electrical activity.

The heart’s pacemaker continues to produce electrical impulses, but these don’t initiate a heart muscle contraction.

We know that electrons like those produced by the sino-atrial pacemaker of the heart are a quantum phenomenon.

Quant fluctuations in the void also started the cosmological inflation that created our universe.

How similar are the sparks that produce our cardiac life force and those that once triggered the creation of our entire world?

From where do they originate? No, I’m not talking about causation, no need for a what came first? Instead, are quantum forces the lifeblood not only of our bodies but also our cosmos?

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Ellis Knight

Semi-retired physician and healthcare executive / consultant spending my time advocating for value-based care reform in the US healthcare system.