Trendy Jargon All Into One Pot: Consciousness and Bose-Einstein Condensates

Gather some trendy jargon, throw it all into one pot, and you might have something like this:

Consciousness and Bose-Einstein Condensates,” I.N. Marshall, New Ideas in Psychology, Volume 7, Issue 1, 1989, Pages 73–83. The author, at Bowden House Clinic, London Road, Harrow-on-the-Hill, Middlesex U.K., writes:

“What kind of physical structure could most plausibly be associated with consciousness? It is argued from the unity and complexity of states of consciousness that no classical physical system could play the role. Among quantum systems a Bose-Einstein condensate has the right properties. The brain probably contains one and only one system of this kind—a pumped phonon system described by Fröhlich—which is hypothesized to be the substrate of human consciousness. Some experimental tests and implications of the hypothesis are discussed.”