Friday, February 15, 2013

Comments on the recent experiments by the group of Michael Persinger

Michael Persinger's group reports three very interesting experimental findings related to EEG, magnetic fields, photon emissions from brain, and macroscopic quantum coherence. The findings provide also support for the proposal of Hu and Wu that nerve pulse activity could induce spin flips of spin networks assignable to cell membrane.

In this article (see also the new chapter of "TGD based view about living matter and remote mental interactions") I analyze the experiments from TGD point of view. It turns out that the experiments provide support for several TGD inspired ideas about living matter. Magnetic flux quanta as generators of macroscopic quantum entanglement, dark matter as a hierarchy of macroscopic quantum phases with large effective Planck constant, DNA-cell membrane system as a topological quantum computer with nucleotides and lipids connected by magnetic flux tubes with ends assignable to phosphate containing molecules, and the proposal that "dark" nuclei consisting of dark proton strings could provide a representation of the genetic code. The proposal of Hu and Wu translates to the assumption that lipids of the two layers of the cell membrane are accompanied by dark protons which arrange themselves to dark protonic strings defining a dark analog of DNA double strand (see this ).


At 11:40 PM, Blogger Hamed said...

Dear Matti,
A very good news:)
Brother of my best friend is a teacher of mathematics in another university. His basic research is Biophysics and he wants to develops BioMathematics in the Collage.
Yesterday, he proposed to my friend that whenever i want, i go to his collage and present a seminar about mathematics of TGD and if i can explain it's relation to biology too. This seminar will be presented in front of students and some teachers too!
This suggestion made me very very happy:-). Although this university hasn't famous position in scientific community but it is a very good starting point.
In the next three weeks i am very busy for other works and after it, i must prepare myself for the seminar.

At 12:26 AM, Anonymous Matti Pitkanen said...

Excellent! Please feel free to ask for help in preparation!

At 10:56 AM, Blogger Stephen said...

"Spectra analyses revealed peaks in power
for periods of about once every approximately 10 s."

10 seconds is the refresh time of the Op Vistars page at the LHC. Coincidence?

At 4:39 PM, Anonymous Matti Pitkanen said...

To Stephen:

I failed to notice this statement. Certainly a co-incidence.

At 12:12 AM, Blogger Ulla said...

"If [perception] starts anywhere, it starts with the motor movement and not with the sensory reception.—­Ehud Ahissar, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel"

Explanation of the Libet potential, bio feedback?

That is, sensations of touch don’t, according to the conventional wisdom, feed back and influence our motor movements that are involved in gathering tactile information. But there isn’t much evidence to back up this assumption. Ahissar and his colleagues designed a simple experiment to test whether motor movements are influenced by what the body feels: they equipped humans with whisker-like appendages.

often relied on the assumption that moving the body would not enhance perception, the user just passively receives the information from the machine. If, instead, visually impaired people could engage their motor movements with the tactile stimulation, perhaps they could learn faster, and it would be a richer and more user-friendly experience.

an understanding that movement is just as important in perception as is sensation itself. The view that perception starts with a stimulus impinging upon a sensory organ “is totally wrong,” he says. “If it starts anywhere, it starts with the motor movement and not with the sensory reception.”

At 1:02 AM, Blogger Ulla said...

noise in perception? by dark currents?

we can also be fed with salient/dark information directly to our 'unconsciousness'.


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