Re: Entropy: Big Problem!
> photosynthesise through red light
Physically impossible due to Quantum Mechanics, it should.
But there are organisms that use
in order to harvest bluish light that penetrates water and re-emit it a lower but more interesting frequencies, it seems. Any specialists?
Actually, I found this:
"However, purple bacteria perform photosynthesis with NIR radiation and produce no oxygen, and lichens do not have a strong red edge. Scientists still puzzle over why plants are green, because it seems this wastes the light where our Sun produces the most energy."
So it might work.