On Dark Chemistry: What’s Dark Matter and How Mind Influences Brain Through Proactive Spin

Hu, Huping and Wu, Maoxin (2007) On Dark Chemistry: What’s Dark Matter and How Mind Influences Brain Through Proactive Spin. [Journal (Paginated)]

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Benjamin has written an article entitled “Dark Chemistry or Psychic Spin Pixel?” which promotes a “dark chemistry” model of mind and discuss the spin-mediated theory. This hypothetical chemistry is based on the hypothetical axion dark matter. Although Benjamin is commendable for boldly going where no one has gone before, he may find himself still in the “bright” territory instead of the “dark” side, if he is willing to use Occam’s razor to cut out “dark” things and replace them with non-local effects. Based on our recent experimental findings, our contentions are two-fold: (1) dark matter is likely the cosmological manifestation of quantum entanglement; and (2) the hypothetical axion dark matter is, therefore, replaceable by non-local effects mediated by the primordial spin processes. We also discuss the cause of apparent dark energy. In particular, we explore the issue how mind influences the brain through said spin processes. Our thoughts are that the manifestation of free will is intrinsically associated with the nuclear and/or electron spin processes inside the varying high electric voltage environment of the neural membranes and proteins which likely enable the said spin processes to be “proactive,” that is, being able to utilize non-local energy (potential) and quantum information to influence brain activities through spin chemistry and possibly other chemical/physical processes in defiance of the second law of thermodynamics.

Item Type:Journal (Paginated)
Keywords:dark matter, dark energy, axion, gravity, quantum entanglement, proactive spin, free will, consciousness
Subjects:Neuroscience > Biophysics
ID Code:5614
Deposited By:Hu, Dr. Huping
Deposited On:28 Jul 2007
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:56

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