The Copernican Project seeks to provide a 21st-Century framework for modeling metabolic processes that occur aboard our Earth as it revolves around the sun at MACH 88. Biological modeling and molecular simulations are currently referenced to a laboratory frame that is treated to be at rest. However, Copernicus taught us long ago that the true reference frame for all earthbound laboratories is one that possesses rotation, orbital velocity, and a host of periodic stress-strain cycles. This project will bridge the gap between the science of ‘effects likely to be so small that they make no difference’ and equations which quantify the magnitude of these effects.
The Copernican Project is privately funded.
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