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Posted by Richard Ruquist on October 19, 2001 14:54:34 UTC

Current thinking (Penrose, and so on) is that the brain is a physical quantum computer based on Frolich's hypothesis that with energetics, membrane dipoles at like a Bose-Einstein condensate macroscopically at room temperature.
That explains for example the procees of going to sleep when the energetics are removed.

Yet there is still some form of consciousness operating when asleep. That I believe is the supernatural quantum consciousness in the axion media that copies the physical state of the brain but somehow can also act independently. Meditators call this aspect of consciousness the Witness.

So I was a little incomplete when I said that consciousness resides in the axions. There is of course both physical and supernatural aspects of consciousness. The purpose of meditation, at least eastern meditation, seems to be to turn off the physical consciousness in order to experience the permanent consciousness.

BTW< since the axions are a superfluid, I think it is accurate to refer t0 it as a supernatural medium, even though that word carries a charge.

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