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    Quantum Consciousness

    I recommend this to everyone.
    Penrose and Hameroff came up with a theory for Quantum Consciousness in the 1990's - the evidence is really starting to build up.
    Quantum coherence in micro-tubules in neurons could be a good start to understanding consciousness. Photosynthesis has now been shown the be a quantum process, so something every plant does relies in quantum coherence across numerous molecules makes a similar process much more likely in micro-tubules.



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    Sounds interesting. I'll check it out. Thanks!
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    I’m pretty convinced some in black world are well aware that consciousness is a quantum phenomenon
    Reposting this quote from Luis Elizondo at the recent Italian Ufo conference he and Tom de Longe attended.


    Luis Elizondo: Remote viewing is a very interesting topic. I said I wouldn’t give you an opinion and here I’m about to give you an opinion. I think the quantum world, the quantum state is extremely bizarre but very relevant. The quantum world is real even if it’s hard to understand. There’s been much research in the last ten years about human consciousness and the quantum state. I think there’s a strong degree of probability that the quote, unquote, voodoo science of remote viewing is in fact part of the quantum world. There’s some very interesting, compelling data that points to very specific quantum mechanics involved in potentially things like remote viewing. In essence, remote viewing may be quite natural. But I’m certainly not qualified to say conclusively one way or the other

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    You’ll find this one even more interesting Garuda Dr Hameroff think quantum consciousness might explain reincarnation

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    Thanks. I'm familiar with his views. He was one of the individuals interviewed for "What the Bleep Do We Know?".
    (The DVD has more extensive versions of the interviews).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garuda View Post
    Thanks. I'm familiar with his views. He was one of the individuals interviewed for "What the Bleep Do We Know?".
    (The DVD has more extensive versions of the interviews).
    Dr. Hameroff MD was very interesting, in the "Bleep" DVD.
    Been a few years since I last viewed "Down the Rabbit Hole", but I recall his discussion on Microtubules was particularly intriguing.
    Recommended viewing, free on YouTube.
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    Really good in-depth article on the BBC website about the possible link between consciousness and quantum mechanics.

    How does our consciousness work?
    The Big Questions Psychology
    The strange link between the human mind and quantum physics
    Nobody understands what consciousness is or how it works. Nobody understands quantum mechanics either. Could that be more than coincidence?

    http://www.bbc.com/earth/story/20170...uantum-physics
    Last edited by Longeyes; 11-23-2018 at 07:44 PM.

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