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The Quantum Brain Theory: an enlightenment of advancements in brain processes.
The brain works as a tool of quantum perception.
Idea Project proposed by EGOCREANET (NGO- FLORENCE-IT)
The brain constructs images colours, sounds, and other sensations communicating interactively through connections (dendrites and synapses) that have nano-dimensions, as are found in nano-technology, that possess the ability to interact through a communication network of quantum information – QUANTUM COMMUNICATION. Quantum communication science is an area of study based on the idea that information depends on quantum effects. In quantum computing, a neural network becomes saturated quickly and works on a timeline as the nodes of the network (facsimile of neurons) are deemed to be “fixed”, while in the quantum neurobiological brain these nodes are created and annihilated in the crevices of synaptic neurotransmissions, according to a formalism similar to that of quantum field theory for information diffused via entanglement/dis-entanglement that allow the simultaneous exchange of information, either sequentially or in parallel. In this sense, the QUANTUM BRAIN based on nano-synaptic processes, may express a huge range of applications in rational sequences in vertical and parallel ways of exchanging information. Both of these forms of communication, from one side linear in time and from the other side simultaneous, act in the evolutive formation of logical and creative thinking. These complementary quantum brain activities guide bio-physics and quantum life sciences, to explain complex forms of cross-disciplinary understanding of various mental activities. These go well beyond the traditional domain of quantum mechanics of particles, advancing the cognitive limits of such science, that was initially born from the uncertainty principle (1927) and it’s consequent evolution in the last century.
THE QUANTUM BRAIN :http://www.amazon.com/The-Quantum-Brain :http://www.amazon.com/The-Quantum-Brain…/dp/0471441538 (http://www.amazon.com/The-Quantum-Brain-Freedom-Generation/dp/0471441538) David Bohm (http://www.david-bohm.net/ )
At the end of the last century, quantum physics developed a “holistic” capability of overcoming the apparent contradictions between physics and relativistic quantum mechanics, pointing to the existence of a new interpretation of universal energy, that includes man not only as an observer, but as an objective participant in the level of evolution of both life and the universe*.
see * What does life mean?Life>http://www.edscuola.it/archivio/lre/what_means_life.htm
Based on this theoretical approach today, the QBT has recently developed some trans-disciplinary interpretations of nanotechnology related to neuroscience (Nano-Neuro Biology), introducing the observed action of micro tunnelling carbon nano-tubes, that are inserted in the brain and used to promote the regeneration of the bio-power interface, between dendrites and synapses. The above leads to the conclusion that the brain can act on two coherent systems: the sequential, based on the model of “synaptic quantum tunnelling” between near -neurons, while creating a second level of virtual functions, that are determined by the over-position or overlapping of quantum particles (e.g. entanglement) in the synaptic gaps. The QBT generate a large share of synergistic actions and may give explanation to the emergency the consciousness.
Therefore, QBT also permits the complete overcoming of the arbitrary split between subject and object, so that the generalized quantum nature of the matter and of the energy may embody the human domain of information and its expression in the form of scientific and artistic thought. We know that the development of consciousness, as it derives from its etymological meaning (From Latin: con-scire- = Knowing together) is currently becoming dependent on a change of the perception of reality. Hence, by following the quantum conception of perceptual functioning of the quantum brain, we can understand that what we see, hear and feel is generated as quantum-brain scenarios expressed in terms of probability of our interactions with the ‘environment. This assertion leads to a higher process of reflection that opens new creative opportunities of a conscious artistic expression (Contemporary Quantum Art movement) and provides a new order, to imaginative contemporary scientific thinking. Finally, it is also leading to new developments in communication technologies such as Augmented Reality.
In conclusion, on the basis of the QBT approach on Cognitive Neuro-science, fused with the quantum artistic expression of Quantum Art, one could create a favourable environment for the participative and collaborative interaction of Scientists, Artists, and Communication Technologists in A.R. to develop a Project for the HORIZON-FET 2015 call, in order to instigate advanced dialogue on this important and complex issues for the future developmental strategy of CREATIVE EUROPE.
Paolo Manzelli (https://www.facebook.com/manzelli1) 08th July/2014 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
NOTES ON AR as disruptive communication Technology.
“For the Quantum Brain Theory what we see and perceive is a mixed virtual scenario of macroscopic probability that represents a “diminished reality” with respect to potential’ of future technological development of the “augmented reality.”
The Quantum Creativity project <https://www.facebook.com/groups/431161846963599/> would put in evidence that our perception represent a prevision of the probable interactions within the environment, so that what we see is a mixed reality scenario. This can be in synergy with Augmented Reality technology advancements. What is Augmented Reality? The basic goal of AR research is to enhance the users’ perception of and interaction with the real world through supplementing the real world with 3D virtual objects that appear to coexist in the same space as the real world. This model of artificial mixing the reality of AR systems is different from natural perception, which we see or perceive by senses but is very similar in sharing the following common properties:
1. Blends real and virtual, in a real environment
2. Develop simultaneity through real-time interactivity
3. Registered images in 3D within an accurate alignment of real and virtual objects.
In AR Technology research property n*3 is the most important, because without an accurate registration in real-time, the illusion that the virtual objects effectively exist in the real environment is severely compromised.
Besides the AR research is not limited to the visual sense. AR can potentially apply to all senses, including touch, hearing, etc. So that AR research generate a continuum of what we suppose as objective reality to virtual environments and the result is an indistinct Mixed Reality.
SEE REPORT ON AR (2001) – file:///C:/Users/User/Downloads/504635279fae1a3df7.pdf