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Signal-Nonlocality Signature of Inner

Consciousness

Jack Sarfatti

adastra1@me. com

Abstract

What physical object in the brain et-al is the hologram? It must

be a ground state

condensate of some collective mode that is biologically relevant,

e.g. Freeman-

Vitiello modeli. My key point here is that

signal nonlocality violation (Antony

Valentiniii) of orthodox quantum

physics is a necessary condition for inner qualia

to emerge - for our consciousness to form.iii

The key equation for signal nonlocality is

When we pump an open dissipative system (e.g. a laser) we prevent

the

relaxation of H to zero - that's what we are (e.g. model of H.

Frohlichiv

on

biomembrane) . The H function is ~ log of the ratio of the LHS to

the RHS ---> 0 in

sub-quantal thermal equilibrium, i.e. signal locality limit of no

cloning a quantum

et-al.

! (

The integral is over the entire classical field/particle

configuration space (

moved by the pilot wave ! (

for closed QM systems is

= ! 1

"

!

"

(1.3)

In contrast for an open pumped dissipative structure (e.g.

Prigoginev, Hakenvi)

= ! 1

"

(1.4)

!

flow.

Take the time Fourier transform for complex frequency also

! &" are kept

constant for now, if not they induce cross-mode coupling via the

convolution

theorem.vii

=

"(

+# + 1

$

%& '

() *

=

"

+ 1

$

%& '

() *

! 2

+ # + 1

$

%& '

() *

2 (1.5)

There is no AC resonance in this model because it is lacking a

second order time

derivative.

i http://portal .. acm.org/citation .cfm?id=1594473

ii http://eprintweb . org/S/authors/ All/va/Valentini

iii In the Bohm ontology the classical electromagnetic field

configuration and the electrical charges are

classical hidden variables moved by their quantum pilot waves, but

they do not back-react on their pilot

waves. This is the approximation that Valentini calls “sub-quantal

equilibrium” where the nonlocal

entanglements cannot be used as a stand-alone communication

channel. This is signal locality where

and quanta in arbitrary states cannot be cloned. I note

in passing that Hawking’s chronology

protection conjecture preventing time travel to the past around

closed timelike world lines seems to violate

the no-cloning theorem of signal locality. When there is direct

back-reaction of the hidden variables on

their pilot waves we have signal nonlocality beyond the orthodox

quantum theory that only applies to

closed systems. An external pump opening the system maintains

if we have “More is

different” (P.W. Anderson) spontaneous symmetry breaking in the

ground state of the system we then have

a set of Goldstone phases with which to possibly imprint and

extract hologram information.

iv http://www.usyd . edu.au/news/ science/397. html?newsstoryid =3955

- recent

update

This paper’s conclusion that Roger Penrose’s gravitational

collapse of the quantum state in the human brain

is falsified is disputed by Stuart Hameroff (e-mail to me

12/15/09). It will take time to resolve this

controversy. Hameroff says he only needs the “weak” phase of the

Frohlich condensate not the strong

coherent phase. Quite apart from that, the basic Penrose mechanism

is general and not inextricably tied to

the Frohlich condensate as a necessary condition. The origin of

consciousness I propose in this paper is not

dependent on Penrose’s gravitational collapse idea. Indeed, there

is no actual collapse in the Bohm

ontology that I use.

v http://en.wikipedia .org/wiki/ Ilya_Prigogine

vi http://itp1 . uni-stuttgart. de/en/arbeitsgru ppen/?W=5

viivii http://en.wikipedia .org/wiki/ Convolution_ theorem

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Signal-Nonlocality Signature of Inner

Consciousness

Jack Sarfatti

adastra1@me. com

Abstract

What physical object in the brain et-al is the hologram? It must

be a ground state

condensate of some collective mode that is biologically relevant,

e.g. Freeman-

Vitiello modeli. My key point here is that

signal nonlocality violation (Antony

Valentiniii) of orthodox quantum

physics is a necessary condition for inner qualia

to emerge - for our consciousness to form.iii

The key equation for signal nonlocality is

*P*! " 2 (1.1)When we pump an open dissipative system (e.g. a laser) we prevent

the

relaxation of H to zero - that's what we are (e.g. model of H.

Frohlichiv

on

biomembrane) . The H function is ~ log of the ratio of the LHS to

the RHS ---> 0 in

sub-quantal thermal equilibrium, i.e. signal locality limit of no

cloning a quantum

et-al.

*H*~ log

*P*(*q*)! (

*q*) 2 "*dq*

(1.2)The integral is over the entire classical field/particle

configuration space (

*q*)moved by the pilot wave ! (

*q*) . The spontaneous relaxation equation of motionfor closed QM systems is

*dH**dt*= ! 1

"

*H**H*(*t*) =*H*(0)*e*!

*t*"

(1.3)

In contrast for an open pumped dissipative structure (e.g.

Prigoginev, Hakenvi)

*dH**dt*= ! 1

"

*H*+ #*dE**dt*(1.4)

!

*dE dt*

= external pump powerflow.

Take the time Fourier transform for complex frequency also

! &" are kept

constant for now, if not they induce cross-mode coupling via the

convolution

theorem.vii

*H*!=

"(

*i*! +# )*E*!

*i*!+# + 1

$

%& '

() *

=

"

*E*! (*i*! +# ) +*i*! +#+ 1

$

%& '

() *

! 2

+ # + 1

$

%& '

() *

2 (1.5)

There is no AC resonance in this model because it is lacking a

second order time

derivative.

i http://portal .. acm.org/citation .cfm?id=1594473

ii http://eprintweb . org/S/authors/ All/va/Valentini

iii In the Bohm ontology the classical electromagnetic field

configuration and the electrical charges are

classical hidden variables moved by their quantum pilot waves, but

they do not back-react on their pilot

waves. This is the approximation that Valentini calls “sub-quantal

equilibrium” where the nonlocal

entanglements cannot be used as a stand-alone communication

channel. This is signal locality where

*H*= 0and quanta in arbitrary states cannot be cloned. I note

in passing that Hawking’s chronology

protection conjecture preventing time travel to the past around

closed timelike world lines seems to violate

the no-cloning theorem of signal locality. When there is direct

back-reaction of the hidden variables on

their pilot waves we have signal nonlocality beyond the orthodox

quantum theory that only applies to

closed systems. An external pump opening the system maintains

*H*! 0 . In addition,if we have “More is

different” (P.W. Anderson) spontaneous symmetry breaking in the

ground state of the system we then have

a set of Goldstone phases with which to possibly imprint and

extract hologram information.

iv http://www.usyd . edu.au/news/ science/397. html?newsstoryid =3955

- recent

update

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This paper’s conclusion that Roger Penrose’s gravitational

collapse of the quantum state in the human brain

is falsified is disputed by Stuart Hameroff (e-mail to me

12/15/09). It will take time to resolve this

controversy. Hameroff says he only needs the “weak” phase of the

Frohlich condensate not the strong

coherent phase. Quite apart from that, the basic Penrose mechanism

is general and not inextricably tied to

the Frohlich condensate as a necessary condition. The origin of

consciousness I propose in this paper is not

dependent on Penrose’s gravitational collapse idea. Indeed, there

is no actual collapse in the Bohm

ontology that I use.

v http://en.wikipedia .org/wiki/ Ilya_Prigogine

vi http://itp1 . uni-stuttgart. de/en/arbeitsgru ppen/?W=5

viivii http://en.wikipedia .org/wiki/ Convolution_ theorem

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*[size=9]transform [/size]of a*

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[size=9]pointwise product [/size]of Fourier

transforms. In other words,[size=9]convolution [/size]is the

[size=9]pointwise product [/size]of Fourier

transforms. In other words,

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domain

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[size=9]convolution [/size].. (Note that the

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*transform [size=9]operator[/size], so and are*

the Fourier transforms of and , respectively.

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