Jack Sarfatti
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Jack Sarfatti One assumption that is wrong is the nosignaling arguments in quantum theory. They are of course correct for orthodox quantum theory of dead simple matter like we see in scattering experiments. This follows from the linearity of the Hermitian operators and the unitarity of the time evolution of the wave function. However, these assumptions are violated in complex open systems far from thermodynamic equilibrium with spontaneous broken symmetries in the ground state that has an emergent order parameter. This order parameter is a giant quantum wave in ordinary space with an enormous number of integer spin "bosons" in the same singleparticle microquantum state. This giant quantum wave is also a Glauber coherent state that corresponds to a nonHermitian boson destruction operator. It's time evolution is not unitary and the dynamics is highly nonlinear. These macroquantum coherent states can be entangled with each other and signal nonlocality without the need of a classical decryption key seems possible. Living matter is such a system. Experiments by Ben Libet, Dean Radin, Dick Bierman and Daryl Bem show a backfromthefuture presponse that can be explained as future to past entanglement signal nonlocality of distinguishable nonorthogonal Glauber coherent states. Memory can also be explained this way as past to future signal nonlocality.