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Consciousness: ‘A Thousand Points Of Light’, The Emergence Of Self-Organization From The Noumenon Of The Conscious Universe

Authors: Richard L. Amoroso, Barry Martin

A framework for defining the physical basis of consciousness is derived in terms of the complementarity inherent in the cosmology of a continuous state conscious universe as it relates to self-organized living systems. The activity of a dynamic counterpart of standard static Casimir-like modes is described by an extended spacetime Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics in terms of a 12D Topological Field Theory that integrates gravity, electromagnetism and relativistic quantum field theory to develop the noetic action principle. Inherent self-organized teleological and intentional action on the spacetime geodesic cavities of the dynamic Casimir-like modes is mediated by a specific nonlocal unitary exchange quanta defined as the Noeon, that is indicative of an elan vital which also becomes associated with information and processing in the microtubule, synapse and other arenas of quantum brain dynamics where ‘consciousness’ couples to biological structure and biochemical species in terms of an elaborated definition of Eccles original philosophical concept of the Psychon. Novel ideas involving the cosmological Noumenon and brain Holoscape are presented including a basic mathematical formalism for the noetic action principle.

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