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Bulletin of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Chinese Version)

Keywords

life science; information science; life essence; energy information network; digital live model; holographic human body digital model

Document Type

Think Tank Viewpoint

Abstract

By analyzing the dilemma faced by the field of medical science, we can find that the nature and evolutionary laws of life have not been systematically revealed; and the microscopic dynamic processes of life cannot be understood by only visualizing the microscopic static structures at the subcellular or molecular levels. Therefore, there is a need to establish a new scientific paradigm to study three fundamental scientific problems in the field of life:to analyze the microstructure of the human body; to reveal the correlations between structures; and to explore the temporal changes of structures and the functions they perform. The human body has an ever-present energy-information network transmission mechanism, and the scientific analysis of this life system can solve many difficult problems in the field of life. The construction of a holographic digital model of the human body can change the paradigm of experimental research in life sciences, promote global cooperation and sharing of life sciences research, comprehensive knowledge of the nature of human life, precise prevention and treatment of diseases, as well as promote the development of bionics and the overall progress of science and technology.

First page

807

Last Page

813

Language

Chinese

Publisher

Bulletin of Chinese Academy of Sciences

Original Submission Date

2021-06-23

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