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The distinctionsbetween locality and non-locality as well as causality and excess correlationmay be related to coupling between increments of space-time or to the totalspace-time within the universe as a unit. The most likely candidates for thelatter are the proton and the electron when related by Minkowski’s space-time.When two velocities: light in a vacuum for locality and the -entanglement-velocity based upon parameters that define the universe for non-locality, areconsidered the two times required to produce identities for the -v2t2 components are frequencies whose energies approximatethe neutral hydrogen line primarily associated with shifts in electron spindirection and the mass equivalence of a proton. The values for the additionalthree spatial dimensions required to produce a solution whose square root isnot imaginary and greater than zero are within the domains of the surface areasof the human cerebrum. Detailed calculations converge to show that theproportions of energy that represent the electron’s Compton energy and theproton’s mass equivalent may be central to the condition of excess correlationwithin the cerebral volume. Proton channels within the neuronal cell plasmamembranes whose pH-dependent specific currents produce the required magneticfield strengths could be the physical substrates by which excess correlationsbetween brain activities of human subjects separated by non-local distancesmight occur. If protons are considered as the basic Eddington number units ofthe universe then Mach’s principle that any component of the universe isdetermined by all of its components may be testable empirically.

KEYWORDS

Excess Correlation, Entanglement, Proton Channels, Neutral Hydrogen Wavelength, Minkowski Space, Causality’ Non-Locality

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Persinger, M. and Rouleau, N. 2016 Light and Entanglement Velocities for the Electron and the Proton in Minkowskian Space Require Surface Areas that Approximate the Human Cerebrum: Implications for Excess Correlations. Journal of Quantum Information Science, 6, 98-104. doi: 10.4236-jqis.2016.62009.





Autor: Michael A. Persinger*, Nicolas Rouleau

Fuente: http://www.scirp.org/



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