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Coupling Is The Open Question

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on September 17, 2002 11:53:06 UTC

The most obvious coupling is gravitational. But basically the coupling mechanism between the axions and brain waves is unknown. I personally think the Penrose collapse mechanism applies.

EM waves and axions do couple according to a guy in U of Florida, but that requires a laser and the coupling does not seem pervsive enough. What is needed is coupling that turns the axions into a shadow universe or world that copies or reflects all physical processes. One guy suggested supersymmetric partners to provide the coupling. But axions do not appear to be supersymmetric partners.

I apologize for not remembering ahybody's name.



Glad you got to the coupling issue. Is the rest reasonable or too far-fetched?

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