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Is neural energy transfer possible?
« on: 03/03/2016 13:36:52 »
Biological utilization of quantum nonlocality

Can quantum brain mecanics provide evidences of remote entanglement? In simple terms, is neural energy transfer a possible biological function of synaptic activity?   


 

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« Reply #1 on: 03/03/2016 14:23:48 »
Remote non-local influence of quantum entanglement on biological activity

Photoreceptor stimulation of neurons may result in non-local entanglement of serotonergic neurotransmission.
 

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Re: Is neural energy transfer possible?
« Reply #2 on: 03/03/2016 16:05:31 »
Entangled quantum states are very delicate - propagating them through something as messy and wet as a brain (or even an eyeball) seems rather unlikely.

Please provide evidence of:
  • Humans radiating entangled photons (where do they come from?)
  • Entangled photons conveying different information to a photoreceptor than non-entangled photons
  • Quantum entanglement of serotonin chemistry between non-adjacent nerve cells (even in the same brain)

Without any evidence to discuss, this belongs in New Theories.
 

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« Reply #3 on: 03/03/2016 17:10:17 »
Quantum entanglement of serotonin chemistry between non-adjacent nerve cells (even in the same brain)

On the possible quantum role of serotonin in consciousness
PubMed: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26227538

 

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Re: Is neural energy transfer possible?
« Reply #4 on: 03/03/2016 22:47:10 »
Biological non-locality of serotonergic neurotransmission: Quantum brain neuromodulation of conscious experience

  • Metabotropic 5-HT receptors activation may induce quantum vibrations in microtubules.
  • Remote entropy may transport neural energy to neurons through synaptic quantum tunnelling.

http://www.neuroquantology.com/index.php/journal/article/view/168
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Re: Is neural energy transfer possible?
« Reply #5 on: 04/03/2016 23:43:21 »
The brain is composed mostly of water and organics. Most people tend to fixate on the organics of the brain as the explanation for everything; within statistical certainty. However, if cause and affect is more important than odds, you need to include water, and view water as the co-partner in life. Nothing works in any cell if you remove the water and replace it with any other solvent. Water is part of the structure and dynamics.

Do a Google search for quantum tunneling in water. Water and the organics of life form extended hydrogen bonded networks which intersect each other. Hydrogen bonding offers a natural environment for quantum tunneling. In fact in the article below, they have witnessed multiple body tunneling, where the hydrogen protons tunnel through a number of hydrogen bonds. T

http://www.nature.com/nphys/journal/v11/n3/full/nphys3225.html

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Proton transfer through hydrogen bonds plays a fundamental role in many physical, chemical and biological processes1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Proton dynamics is susceptible to quantum tunnelling, which typically involves many hydrogen bonds simultaneously, leading to correlated many-body tunnelling6, 7, 8, 9. In contrast to the well-studied incoherent single-particle tunnelling, our understanding of many-body tunnelling is still in its infancy. Here we report the real-space observation of concerted proton tunnelling in a cyclic water tetramer using a cryogenic scanning tunnelling microscope. This is achieved by monitoring the reversible interconversion of the hydrogen-bonding chirality of the water tetramer with a chlorine-terminated scanning tunnelling microscope tip. We found that the presence of the Cl anion at the tip apex may either enhance or suppress the concerted tunnelling process, depending on the details of the coupling symmetry between the Cl ion and the protons. Our work opens up the possibility of controlling the quantum states of protons with atomic-scale precision.
 
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Re: Is neural energy transfer possible?
« Reply #6 on: 05/03/2016 13:47:18 »
Thanks for the info, puppypower!   

I will need to familiarize with the quantum nature of hydrogen bonds. However, I think
quantum tunnelling in DNA and microtubules are evidences of the entropic force of the
hydrogen bond to mediate neural energy transfer.

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Re: Is neural energy transfer possible?
« Reply #7 on: 12/07/2016 11:35:24 »
Is neural energy transfer possible if two people communicate over the Internet? By demonstrating phase coherence between two correlated brains, the nonlocality of synaptic hypercomputation should collapse the wave function of both members of the correlated quantum system. (Grinberg 1994)
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