more issues than Time mag
Linus Pauling, maybe? Nevermind....didn't catch the link before...well yeah, for example all the biochemical reactions in the body have obey the laws of thermodynamics. all bodies have to obey some kind of mechanics, whether classical or quantum (& I know special relativity lurks somewhere in there as well). biology doesn't really have the laws in the same sense that chemistry & physics do, but we make use of their laws in biology.
I read a story about this professor of neurobiology at Princeton - apparently he was originally going to become a physicist. as an undergrad at Caltech, he was taking a mechanics class & another course in molecular & cellular bio. he went up to the physics prof w/some question & the prof was like "oh yeah that's already been thought of" & wrote down a bunch of equations on a sheet. then he went to his bio professor & asked dude a question about something with synapses, can't remember what, & the bio guy, in classic fashion, said "I have no f**king clue." upon which the Princeton guy decided to switch fields.