Philosophy & Life Science

Why does physics get away with exciting and mind-bending wave-particles in multiple probability states of being and non-being, while in biology it's shameful to suggest there's an energy of life? I think it has to do with a style of thinking that's been embraced by physics, and left behind by biology: imaginative rationality.    

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