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In The Axions Of Dark Matter

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on October 18, 2001 14:01:40 UTC

The evidence I see is that both your consciousness and your memory is stored in the part of dark matter that is a reflection of your brain. The axions are a BEC (Bose-Einstein Condensate) which is frictionless being at absolute zero and therefore does not disintegrate.

The brain-reflected BEC behaves like a single particle the size of your brain and is the seat of consciousness. Memory extends outward from that particle and is held together by entanglement. That is why you can remember a whole experience or story by just triggering one small aspect of it. Each experince is separately entangled.

This of course is a hypothetical model but it is consistent with the laws of physics. I arrived at this model from examination of religious and occult literature like Theosophy. It explains for example remote human sensing which has been published in the IEEE based on research done at the Stanford Research Institute.

The assumptions in the model are the dark matter exists and is composed of axions along with other particles. The mechanisms of memory being entanglement are mechanisms know to physics as are the properties of the BEC. Visible particles comprize only 5% of the universe, the other 95% being dark matter and dark energy, with dark matter being 1/2 that of dark energy, all well known to astronomers. Lots of room for information storage.

So the statement that the laws of physics destroys all information cannot be proven to be true. In fairness though, neither can my hypothetical model.


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