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Experimental Demonstration of Potential Entanglement of Brain Activity Over 300 Km for Pairs of Subjects Sharing the Same Circular Rotating, Angular Accelerating Magnetic Fields: Verification by s_LORETA, QEEG Measurements

Ryan C. Burke, Melanie Y. Gauthier, Nicolas Rouleau, Michael A. Persinger


In order to test the presence of excess correlation, or entanglement, pairs of subjects separated by 300 km were either exposed or not exposed to specific configurations of circular magnetic fields with changing angular velocities that dissociated the phase and group components. When one person in the pair was exposed to sound pulses but not to light flash frequencies within the classical electroencephalographic band, there were discrete changes in power within the cerebral space of the other person even though they were not aware of the stimulus times and separated by 300 km. The intracerebral changes that only occurred if the magnetic fields were activated around the two cerebrums simultaneously were discrete and involved about single, punctate volumes of about 0.13 cc (125 mm3). The potential energy from the applied magnetic field within this volume was calculated to be about 6∙10-14 J and with an average brain power frequency of 10 Hz would result in 6∙10-13 W.  Assuming π∙10-2 m2 for the surface area of the cerebrum, this is equivalent to ~2∙10-11 W∙m-2. This power density is the same order of magnitude as that associated with photon emission during cognition. Given the average of 6∙106 neurons per 125 mm3, the induced energy is equivalent to about 10-20 J per neuron. This value can be considered a quantum of universal energy and would be congruent with a condition that could promote non-locality.

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ISSN: 2153-8212