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Microencapsulation: origin and future of the human


Oniris (Ecole National Nantes Atlantique Vétérinaire,
Agroalimentaire et de l’Alimentation) UMR CNRS 6144 GEPEA, Nantes, France
Capsulae sarl, Nantes, France
President of Bioencapsulation Research Group association

Member of Agro Food Industry Hi Tech Scientific Advisory Board

Most people agree that our world results from the Big Bang. The energy was spread in all directions, then concentrated in atoms, which were combined in molecules. Molecules became increasingly complex… but we still missed the principal: THE LIFE.

Allah, Yahweh, Jesus Christus and a few other gods met in brainstorming. They conclude from their discussion that developing life would need an organized structure, thus able to act against entropy, offering a protection towards various environments, enabling the creation of a system composed of 98% water and behaving as a solid, even in an aqueous medium, controlling mass and energy transfers in a very specific way, with a few more complex criteria. After a long debate, they finally arrive to the conclusion that only one system could fit with all this requirements to develop life: MICROENCAPSULATION.

The rest of the story is well known. The first biological cell divided in two, then 4 and so on. After only 100 generations, 1030 cells were already spread first probably in the sea but they «quickly» contaminated the all Earth. Cells aggregate to give multicellular organisms, which develop to give a ...

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