Profiling Professor Persinger – part 3

Prof_PersingerCan ‘Reality’ be ‘Bifurcated’? If so, what would be the energy required to do so? Could a human brain bifurcate reality? And, if one brain had managed to achieve the critical threshold energy to do so, would other observers existing within the same space-time frame also perceive related phenomena? All these questions are examined by professor Michael A. Persinger of the psychology dept. at Laurentian University, Ontario, Canada in a paper for NeuroQuantology, 2008; 3: 262-271

“… the calculations, solutions, and implications developed in this paper suggest that the energies associated with human thought may have at present unfathomable impact upon the structure, dynamics, history, and outcome of the entire universe in which we exist. Quantitative solutions indicate that the quantal energies involved with the physical bases of human thought are coupled from the smallest increments of space to the entire conceptual set: the universe.”

And the implications, according to the professor, could hardly be profounder.

“The future of our fate as a species and the universe in which it occurs may depend upon our complete comprehension of the implications of NeuroQuantology.”

See: Persinger M. A., Koren S. A., Lafreniere G. F. (2008). A neuroquantologic approach to how human thought might affect the universe.

Other Prof. Persinger publications include :

Persinger, M.A. On the possibility of directly accessing every human brain by electromagnetic induction of fundamental algorithms. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1995, 80, 791-799.

Persinger, M.A. Wars and increased solar-geomagnetic activity: Aggression or change in intraspecies dominance? Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1999, 88, 1351-1355.

Kowalski, S., Parker, G.H., & Persinger, M.A. Interactions of 2-ppm lead in the water supply with food deprivation upon maze-swimming behavior of mice. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1982, 55, 515-519.

BONUS: A little slow to gather pace, but nonetheless an interview with the professor:


This concludes our Improbable Profile of Professor Persinger