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Webinar ~ Quantum Electro-Dynamics in Condensed Matter: the Amazing Liquid Water

Abstract and Contents: By spotting out some questionable approximations done in the generally accepted view of condensed matter, typical of the still semi-classic approach of Quantum Mechanics, we can address a description of condensed matter as a collective system of quantum oscillators whose emergent global wavefunctions are ascribed to non-trivial (perturbative) vacuum states, to which the emergence of a long range order parameter is responsible for coherence also at ordinary temperatures. Liquid water, firstly, is the paramount system whose anomalies and astounding properties for life and chemical physics are consistently describable from first principles thanks to the approach offered by Quantum Field Theory (QFT). It appears as a two-phase system where condensation and phase-transitions are accountable as changes of vacuum levels in a rigorous conceptual framework, without any ad hoc assumptions. The concept of “hydrogen-bond” will be analysed and re-described in the light of a field view of matter. The basis to understand biochemistry and life will be set.

Instructor: Paolo Renati

Target: All Scientists and Students from: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Medicine, and others

Difficulty Level: +++

Duration: 3 hours (there will be time for interaction and questions, so please be available for 4 hours)

Cost: 250 Euros (live streaming + recording); 150 Euros (recording, will be available under Courses later)

(To be attended before the webinar “The Living Phase of Matter: from Morphogenesis and Bioenergetics to Perception and Adaptation”)


20 Nov 2021


10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: 20 Nov 2021
  • Time: 4:00 am - 8:00 am


€ 250,00




World Water Community


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  • Paolo Renati
    Paolo Renati

    Paolo Renati has a PhD in Physics of Complex Systems, is specialized in quantum electrodynamics in living matter, scholar of the physical basis of semantics in biology and of the causal relationships between biological perception and physiology, for many years he’s been also engaged in the critical analysis of the paradigms of science and in the re-evaluation of the analogical aspects in knowledge and in the relationship with the world.

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