Authors: Richard L. Amoroso
Biophysical aspects of Frohlich coherent states and Einstein-Bose Condensates on nanoscale brain structures such as the microtubule, synaptic grid, or ion channel have been considered relevant to information processing through quasiparticle scattering as a putative foundation for a quantum theory of consciousness. Although the body of theoretical evidence for Frohlich type events in biological systems has been growing for thirty years, the highly speculative nature of this model has hindered broad acceptance in the scientific community. In this paper, as a prelude to in vivo experimentation, a theoretical model is described for creating empirically measurable coherent states in vitro microtubule and DNA Oligomers using a system of modulated tuneable-laser interferometry in resonance with an applied Frohlich frequency to drive the collective dynamics of superradiance and self-induced transparency deemed essential for Frohlich and Bose-Einstein effects in biological systems. Empirical realization of this model would open the door to experimental study of the physical parameters of consciousness.
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