Quantum Nonlocality - Biological Route?

Quan­tum Non­lo­cal­ity – Bio­log­i­cal Route?

While we do not yet know how Nature is non­lo­cal, inter­dis­ci­pli­nary research in the areas of physics, bio­physics and neu­ro­science going back over 4 decades, reveals that Nature is non­lo­cal. Non­lo­cal­ity appears to have been observed between human sub­jects’ brains, human neural stem cells and in quan­tum coher­ence in mus­cle con­trac­tion in sin­gle actin fil­a­ments. And, since the neu­rons are entan­gled, this intro­duces the con­cept of bio­log­i­cal quan­tum non­lo­cal­ity being ‘gen­er­ated’ or ‘accessed’ each time that they fire, and an action poten­tial is achieved. This could then pro­vide not only for a res­o­lu­tion of the bind­ing prob­lem and the reverse direc­tion prob­lem, since this bio­log­i­cal quan­tum non­lo­cal­ity con­tain­ing infor­ma­tion, is not only being ‘gen­er­ated’ and shared by the neu­rons con­tin­u­ously and instan­ta­neously but, could lead to biol­ogy point­ing the way to new physics!

Fred H. Thaheld

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