NUOVE FRONTIERE DELLA RICERCA SUL CERVELLO QUANTISTICO

Il progetto transdisciplinare "quARte " di Arte e scienza quantistica le la realta aumentata promosso dalla Onlus EGOCREANET (www.egocrea.netapre nuovi scenari per un approfondimento dei processi neuro-biologici viventi associati alla creativita come  funzione cerebrale cosciente 
 
La dualità quantistica particella-onda vista in funzione della attivita di comunicazione biochimica alle sinapsi cerebrali, (1)permette di  elaborare la teoria del "Cervello Quantistico" (Quantum Brain Theory) la quale conduce a spiegare in modo innovativo le funzioni cerebrali sulla base della formazione di campi di energia di informazione  , i quali ci  permettono di creare  immagini e sensazioni del universo fisico che percepiamo come il prodotto delle funzioni cerebrali quantistiche.
 
Se  pertanto asseriamo  la natura quantistica dei processi cerebrali e quindi di conseguenza ipotizziamo  che il cervello si basa sulla probabilita quantistica nel creare gli scenari visivi e sensoriali allora l' universo percepito come esterno- macroscopico , non e' altro che una rappresentazione cerebrale-quantistica delle probabilita di interazione con l' ambiente che ci circonda. (2)
 
La QBT  pertanto ci permette di avanzare nella comprensione di come il cervello codifichi la rappresentazione sensoriale del mondo esterno mediante livelli dinamici piu avanzati di creativita cosciente generando una evoluzione del sapere , non piu limitata da vecchie concezioni della meccanica classica. (3)
 
INVITO A PIETRASANTA 09 NOV 2013 conferenza exibition su : 
ARTE E SCIENZA QUANTISTICA e la REALTA AUMENTATA 
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The Quantum Brain   hypothesis proposes that science of bio-physics cannot explain the holistic bahaviour of brain that permits to develop creative expressions in science and art.   

Therefore  the most advanced concept in quantum science , such as "quantum entanglement"  (produced by the  superposition of electron clouds of neurotransmiters at the nano dimensioned synapses  --> 1), may play an important part in the brain's holistic  functions generating conscious creativity.

 "Quantum Brain Theory (QBT) " could form the basis of an new explanation of human consciousness and creativity. 

"QBT" now will open a dialog about the need to enhance  a revision of the Cartesian space-time tradition in localizing observables and also proposes to overcome the arbitrary  splitting of the subject from the object of the classic interpretation of brain science. 

In fact both of those milestones of classical science forbit to  considers "quantum entanglement" as an universal effect in the physical realm.

A local observable in classical science is an observable that relates only to the objective realm, the last  is only one of the two systems of the observation e.g.  subject and object. (2) 

Now both of them need to be integrated in a single holistic realm of whole in order to develop the QBT that is founded  on a no -local new paradigmatic view .

QBT refers to quantum holistic  global observables, this because the arbitrary disnstinction  between subject and object disappear and the subject is considered enclosed in the global objectivity of the science of the whole. 

 

Quantum holism, is  based on the nonlocal entanglement  potentialities of  tranformation of wave -particles in energy  information fields , will be discussed at the Conference Exibition in Pietrasanta ( Lucca) Italy the 09th/ NOV/2013 :

 see  "quARte"  program in  : 

 

 http://dabpensiero.wordpress.com/2013/08/25/arte-quantistica-scienz...

 

So please we hope in a new entries to discuss the Quantum Brain Theory. 

 

Paolo Manzelli a href="mailto:pmanzelli.lre@gmail.com" target="_blank">pmanzelli.lre@gmail.com>  06th /NOV/2013 Firenze 

 

-- Biblio on Line 

 

(1)- Quantum Brain : http://www.nanopaprika.eu/forum/topics/quantum-brain-and-nano-synapses

(2)- Quantum Holism: http://www.unil.ch/webdav/site/philo/shared/DocsPerso/EsfeldMichael...

(3)- Quantum Bio-Physic.  http://www.edscuola.it/archivio/lre/triadic_quantum%20_energy.pdf

 

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