Life is an environmental signal compromised Le Châteliers system. The potential for it to issue Le Châteliers effect to discernable signals is defined as bio-inertia. To track the origin of such system recovering capability, we composite brachistochrone curves with experiments to prove that a path which can be projecting into three-dimensional simple harmonic motion with internal commutation is an efficient sustaining signal accumulating and transferring system. It is defined as a bio quantum path which composes of the fundamental physical splicing structures of bio-systems. Experiments calibrate gravitational loss as empirical bio-inertia. Surface tension inversion is therefore evidently to be the fundamental gravitational binding and polarization manner in bio-systems. CSF, as the highest gravitational binding system of vertebrates, has also been originated back to the inversion of an earlier phospholipid bilayer based on the ancient somatic physical training. By adapting Chus constant into Planck's law and the born of the Schrödinger Cats babies, the fragile Copenhagen superposition becomes converging superposition that can be modulated by a music frequency notation in enough binding Le Châteliers system. Inside surface tension regions, quantum mechanics recovers its gravitational quiddity by redefining Schrödinger wave function, and binding Einsteins gravitational waves that regenerate bio-functions get an equivalent definition. Wave-particle duality is reinterpreted, and the Principle of Least Action is generalized as the relay or harmonic inversion of the multi-surface tension transferring in bio-systems. From the binding and inversions of gravity on bio quantum paths, life is physically abiogenesis from a whirlpool by surface tension inversions. NKT cell clinical trial based on new definition confirms that ancient spinal training systems are still unsurpassable for precluding of spinal cancerous recurrent factors before modern biotechnologies can establish spinal CSF surface tension interference method in someday.
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