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TGD Perspectives of Nonlocality in Quantum theory, Biology, Neuroscience & Remote Mental Interactions (Part I)

Matti Pitkanen


Nonlocality seems to be a basic aspect of what it is to be living. Living system is elementary particle-like coherent unit. The phenomenon of memory suggests temporal nonlocality. Also, remote mental interactions, if real, suggest nonlocality. In fact, nonlocality, both spatial and temporal, is the basic element of entire quantum TGD and, in particular, its applications in quantum biology, neuroscience, theory of consciousness and remote mental interactions. In this series of articles, I suggest pictures in Topological Geometrodynamics (TGD). I will begin from empirical findings related to nonlocality rather than problems of General Relativity or of particle physics. The hope is that this could make the basic ideas of TGD easier to grasp. Further, the mathematical framework and its interpretation in current state of TGD are briefly described and some applications of TGD inspired theory of consciousness and quantum biology are discussed.

This is Part I of a two-part article.

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