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The role of phase-transition-driven synaptic exocytosis in quantum biology is of capital importance to understand the mecanisms of intracellular phase coherence inside neurons. The process of synaptic hypercomputation can be defined as a global phase transition of neuronal energy transfered by exocytosis. The synaptic hypercomputation theory propose that 1) consciousness is a source of discrete computations driven by exocytosis 2) synaptic hypercomputation is based on a coherent neurocomputational model of consciousness.


 

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Re: Is synaptic hypercomputation a function of exocytosis?
« Reply #1 on: 18/10/2016 13:57:41 »
The coherent neurocomputational model of consciousness states that discrete computations of spacetime occurs during synaptic exocytosis. The processing of this global phase transition of consciousness is generated by synaptic activity. Intracellular quantum coherence inside neurons transport neural energy across membranes
via synaptic hypercomputation.
 

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Re: Is synaptic hypercomputation a function of exocytosis?
« Reply #2 on: 04/11/2016 12:14:16 »
Synaptic hypercomputation proteins:

- Regulates synapse formation through intracellular neurexin/neuroligins complexes signaling
- Control synaptogenesis, neurogenesis
- Trigger trans-synaptic exocytosis
 

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