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March 02, 2006


David Kenyon

I just finished reading Dean Radin's book Entangled Minds a few weeks ago. His book is a good layman introduction to the research indicating the existence of psi phenomena. In the book, Radin suggests that quantum entanglement might be responsible for psi phenomena. My thoughts were, well if we have entanglement occcuring between the brains of individuals, then one can do experiments that demonstrate the entanglement of neurons.

In fact you say that the experiments have been done and are being done that demonstrate "entangled neurons." Wow.

Are there published theories on the mechanism behind this phenomena? We know that entanglement occurs with pairs of particles and things like Bose-Einstein Condensates, and we know that neurons communicate electrochemically. What are the mechanisms that connect this quantum level phenomenon to the macroscopic level of neural activity?

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