A validated account of brain function affords an anthropological perspective, reinterpreting quantum mechanics

Journal of Lasers, Optics & Photonics

ISSN: 2469-410X

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A validated account of brain function affords an anthropological perspective, reinterpreting quantum mechanics

International Conference on Quantum Physics and Nuclear Engineering

March 14-16, 2016 London, UK

Michael T Deans

Freelance Scientist, UK

Scientific Tracks Abstracts: J Laser Opt Photonics

Abstract :

The â??minionâ??, a coiled molecular abacus comprising 1,701 DNA base pairs bound to 189 protein units, evolved to pack chromosomes for efficient replication, explains human intelligence better than â??neural networksâ??. Its 18*63 array of orderly hydrogen bonds connecting amino acids to phosphates stores an 18-character â??wordâ??. Memory recall involves resonance between similar minions, nerve fibres serving as wave guides and synapses as gates. Dynamically, they constitute 18-handed clocks, their time unit, Ï? â?? 1.4*10-15 secs, and longest conceivable time, 6318 Ï? â?? the â??age of the universeâ?? limit our perception. In physics, Ï? replaces Planckâ??s constant. A hyperbolic function, the â??Tyger equationâ?? corrects a wrap-around counting â??errorâ??, ?²=63-9 creating relativity twixt perception and conception. Light appears to follow a boomerang-like trajectory, our perception of space is warped, reinterpreting gravity and rendering plane surfaces as spheres. Mathematical logic using 0, â?? and infinitesimal calculus creates an illusory world model. Familiar situations confirm Einsteinâ??s spooky action at a distance. Substituting a set of nine polyhedrons reminiscent of Platoâ??s perfect solids for electron orbitals offers new insights to Mendeleevâ??s periodic table of elements. Protons accelerated by oscillating H-bonds through minion tunnels have sufficient energy to fuse with obstructing nuclei. Perhaps the ?³-rays (evidenced by correlations with the periods and frequencies of pulsars) could be harnessed to supply power. Modelling computers and data-bases on minions could create userfriendly interfaces compensating for personality differences and facilitating understanding and agreement.

Biography :

Michael T Deans graduated from Churchill College Cambridge in Natural Sciences, from UCL with an MSc in Biochemistry, programmed an IBM 360 and Commodore PET from the London Borough of Hounslow and his PhD thesis was compiled at King’s College Hospital School of Medicine and Dentistry.


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