Condensed Matter


Darwin's Time and the Volume of the Memory's Device

Authors: P. R. Silva

It is proposed that the Darwin's time, the time elapsed since the birth of the first living being until now, is proportional to the volume of the memory device of the mammals. The proportionality constant depends only on the proton mass, of the speed of light in vacuum and of the Planck constant.

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