Experimental indications of non-classical brain functions – IOPscience

Solo per ricordarci che ogni singolo neurone e’ un dispositivo analogico (qualcuno lo potrebbe definire “computer analogico”, riduttivamente e che le relazioni tra la corteccia e le altre parti del cervello (ad esempio i gangli della base) non sono ancora comprese.

E come mostra questo studio del Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience e del Polish Academy of Sciences, c’e’ un crescente consenso che il cervello non operi in modo classico (come dice Faggin)

Source: Journal of Physics Communications

The aim of this study was to show that the brain is non-classical. We assumed that unknown brain functions exist which can mediate entanglement between auxiliary quantum systems. The experimental detection of such an entanglement created by the brain would then be sufficient to prove cerebral non-classicality. We found experimental evidence that such entanglement creation occurs as part of physiological and cognitive processes.

Source: Experimental indications of non-classical brain functions – IOPscience

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