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What is Green Chemistry based upon?

Question asked by Radoslav Bozov on Sep 26, 2011
Latest reply on Sep 26, 2011 by Radoslav Bozov

Green chemistry is nothing but using/learning/controlling Natural Interfering Systems for synthesis/degradation amplified processes.  The 4th principle stating that chemical products should be designed to effect their desired function while minimizing toxicity has its limitations due educational programs and methods for measuring toxicity, thus underestimate how biological systems manipulate time via mutability and carbon interfering systems. Design cannot predict and/or resolve and/or create emergent properties in expanded biological space because designing compounds meets the uncertainty of signalization within living tissues. Considering the origin of carbon signalization, scientific methods should include a novel system for testing toxicity by projecting future outcomes through the interaction of negentropy and enetropy via quantum biology computation provided through LIFE PDE.