Can physics and biology work together to create a better world?

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Question

Can physics and biology work together to create a better world? In what areas can physics benefit biology, and vice versa?

Answer

Well I think physics and biology definitely work together. Gravity causes are genes to be expressed to make us the perfect organisms for earth. When you put a human in space, zero-gravity is not good for the human race and muscles atrophy and blood moves through blood vessels very differently. When astronauts come back to earth there is a great deal of rehabilitation they need to do. SO physics has been great for working with biology to make human beings work better in their environment.

Answered By: Dr. Dennis McCormac

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