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Profiling Professor Persinger – part 2

Can one’s brain become entangled? Einstein called quantum entanglement ‘spooky’, but he was nevertheless obliged to grapple with the puzzles and possibilities of Verschränkung – which were first fully described by Erwin Schrödinger, circa 1935. Since then, a series of experimental studies have convincingly demonstrated entanglement behaviour at the quantum level – but few theorists have extrapolated the idea to a biological macro-entanglement scale which could suggest the possibility of the exchange of information between the human brain’s cerebrum and the geophysical, electromagnetic-gravitational environment. But Professor Michael A. Persinger of the psychology dept. at Laurentian University, Ontario, Canada, has done just that in a paper for the Journal of Consciousness Exploration & Research October 2010, Vol. 1, Issue 7, pp. 785-807. His paper not only examines the implications of ‘thought energy’ and the possible involvement of gravitational energy with consciousness, but also describes the brain’s emission of photons during thought processes. [recently covered by Improbable here] The professor also draws attention to Schumann resonances, explaining how :

“The physical intensities of the Schumann frequencies as well as their patterns are remarkably similar to those of the human brain.”

See: Persinger M. A., Lavallee C. F. (2010). Theoretical and experimental evidence of macroscopic entanglement between human brain activity and photon emissions: implications for quantum consciousness and future applications. J. Cons. Explor. Res. 1 785–807.

Other Prof. Persinger publications include :

Persinger, M.A. Rats’ preferences for an analgesic compared to water: an alternative to “killing the rat so it does not suffer”. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 2003, 96, 674-680.

Persinger, M.A. Limitations of human verbal behaviour in context of UFO-related stimuli. In R.F. Haines (Ed.), UFO Phenomena and the Behavioral Scientist. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow, 1979.

Coming soon: Profiling Professor Persinger – part 3


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