Mind Science


Experimental Support of Spin-mediated Consciousness Theory from Various Sources

Authors: Huping Hu, Maoxin Wu

This paper summarizes experimental support to spin-mdeiated conciousness theory from variuos sources including the results of our own. Ind oing so we also provide explanations bases on this theory to experimental phenomena such as out-of-body experience and sensed presence. quantum-like cognitive functions and optical illusions. Whether one agrees or not with the spin-mediated consciousness theory is for one alone to judge. In any event, the importance of the experimental results mentioned in this paper is obvious: quantum effects play important roles in brain/cognitive functions despite of the denials and suspicions of the naysayer and skeptics.

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[v1] 11 Nov 2010

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