On Jul 9, 2012, at 6:46 PM, JACK SARFATTI wrote:

Ask Russell Targ
Actually such loss should not happen because in addition to Landau-Ginzburg spontaneous breakdown of ground state symmetries in the brain (e.g. Vitiello & Freeman) there must be 2D membrane-based topological barriers making the entanglement really robust against thermal fluctuations for even the single living brain to function as a coherent conscious entity - in my opinion.

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On Jul 9, 2012, at 6:29 PM, Gary S Bekkum wrote:

Hi Jack,

I'm wondering if anyone in the quantum information field has looked into quantum statistical signal loss over distance ... I wonder if your entangled brains idea could be shown to obey a signal loss measure caused by cumulative environmental decoherence effects related to distance between brains?

Gary S. Bekkum
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On Jul 9, 2012 7:29 PM, "JACK SARFATTI" <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.> wrote:

On Jul 9, 2012, at 2:09 PM, Jonathan Post wrote:

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* It is now well established that quantum nonlocality really does
“connect” the separated parts of the same quantum mechanical system
(c.f. Freedman-Clauser, Aspect, etc.)

* There are several “No-Signal Theorems” in the literature (c.f. P.
Eberhard, A. Shimony, …) showing that quantum nonlocal signaling is
impossible, e.g., a change on one measurement has no observable effect
on the other, in the absence of coincidence links.

* However, Peacock and Hepburn have argued that these “proofs” are
tautological and that certain key assumptions (e.g., measurements are
local) are inconsistent with the quantum formalism (e.g.,
Bose-Einstein symmetrization).

Therefore, the question of nonlocal signaling remains “open” (at least
a crack) and should be tested.

There is ample evidence now for nonlocal signaling in the mind culminating in Daryl Bem’s data

(Libet, Puthoff& Targ SRI, Radin, Bierman, ... Bem)

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