Reciprocal Transactional Information Transfer NeocortexTransfinity.
A Quantum Receptor/‘Synapse’ Complex?
Nobody seems to seriously question that the information transfer from the classical sense-phenomenal receptors to the human brain in conscious state mode is faster than the classic neuron synaptic relay would account for, notwithstanding Libet’s claim to the contrary when denying free conscious will. In this brief presentation we speculate on the controversial possibility of a quantum mechanism to transfer relevant environmental information to central neurons at the speed of light thus complementing the effects of the slower classical synaptic transmission. In so doing we may provide more credible criteria on which to base allegations of reciprocal transfinite ‘perceptions’ otherwise known derogatorily as ESP.
We will briefly analyze the possible receptor/synaptic role quark/nuclear particles in DNA dark baryonic codons (nucleotide base location?) may play when interfacing between the external environment (transfinite cosmic radiation, axions?) and intra cortical biomolecules (RNA, proteins, A-acids, etc.) This way a reciprocal transactional information exchange between the internal brain and the external transfinite environment may be realized across a putative hydrogen-magnetic flux tube1 bridge complex which dynamically bonds (entangles) the external transfinite cosmic particle or axion and the human brain via a transmission bridge formed by a DNA codon nuclear ‘receptor’ and the corresponding internal and opposite ‘acceptor’ nuclear/quark spin, the latter likely located in the hydrophobic milieu of the membrane or bio-molecule (where DNA ‘transcription’ is taking place). This way DNA may arguably act as topological quantum computer2 controlling the reciprocal input-output information flow between the human brain and its transfinite environment during evolution.
For the sake of simplicity the analysis will center on the role played by the hydrogen bond complex between Adenine-Thymidine (A-T) and Guanosine-Cytosine (G-C) in DNA ‘external DNA codon receptor’ and the equivalent brain biomolecule ‘internal acceptor’, i.e., acting as a magnetic flux conveyance bridge complex between the dark baryonic receptor DNA codon molecule and the intended acceptor biomolecule at the other end of the magnetic flux tube. As we will argue below, a similar analysis may be possible with any other location for the dark baryonic particle in any atom participating in the bridge, complex either at the ‘receptor’ nucleic acid base codon or at the equivalent ‘acceptor’ biomolecule at either end of the magnetic flux tube bridge. We are not yet prepared to specifically identify the relevant anatomical locations.
We anticipate this will not be an easy model to market because, for one thing, even at the cosmological level, baryonic dark matter is not detectable by its emitted radiation, its presence can only be inferred from gravitational effects on visible matter composed of other baryons, i.e. protons and neutrons and combinations thereof such as non-emitting ordinary atoms (perhaps the remains of post Big Bang nucleosynthesis activity?). The next barrier anticipated is the convenience of having a super-symmetric state at either end of the transmission flux track complex as discussed below, not to mention the presence of dark baryons (induced or otherwise) at human DNA reproductive codon sites. Maybe this speculation fits better as wannabee science fiction connecting the human race with an undefined intelligent designer, a believer’s kind of stuff…. Producers take notes…
We are assuming the presence of the DNA dark baryonic particle(s) with a radius below the threshold Schwarzchild values, i.e., micro black holes. The latter preexisting in the brain before the transfinite cosmic signal or induced by it. It is important to note that dark matter particles, regardless of their origination, do not normally carry any electric charge and consequently do not interact with ordinary matter via electromagnetic forces. However if these particles can undergo, sustain and maintain even a transient supersymmetric state after induction, they can join together and undergo annihilation interactions with themselves resulting in the emission of observable by-products such as photons and neutrinos traveling at the speed of light directly to an acceptor biomolecule in resonant frequency phase or indirectly across the magnetic flux bridge complex as detailed. Those photons within a relevant mesoscopic resonant frequency range and maintaining coherence at human body temperature are the subject of quantum chromodynamics (QCD) studies in theoretical physics.
QCD is a theory of the strong interaction (color force), i.e., a fundamental force describing the interactions of the quarks and gluons making up baryons/hadrons as studied in the SU(3) Yang–Mills theory of color-charged fermions or quarks. We are suggesting the possibility that likewise the entangled or otherwise bonded quarks across the quantum ‘synapse’ complex form a transient magnetic lock equivalent connecting receptor and acceptor and thereby establishing a flux bridge for superconductive electrons traveling from either side of the ‘synapse’ do so in a Confinement and transactional mode (see Cramer) where the force between participating quarks does not diminish as they are separated. Because this does not involve gluons, it would not take large amounts of energy to separate two participating quarks when the information transfer is completed as e.g., would be the case if it were instead a proton and a neutron forming a strong interaction link when impacted by the relatively weak transfinite cosmic radiation as demonstrated in the high energy hadron collider experiments. This is better illustrated with the simpler hydrogen atom (proton) forming inter-biomolecular chemical bonds after being impacted by the cosmic particle or axion. Having just outlined the possible wavicle carrying relevant human phylogenetic information from transfinity, we need to continue examining further their characteristics and possible interaction with the brain DNA codon receptor site.
Intermolecular hydrogen bonding.
The transfinite wavicle messenger signal. The unfiltered cosmic particles arriving at the putative brain quantum DNA receptor are composed of almost 90% protons, 9% helium nuclei (alpha particles) and nearly 1% are electrons. It should be of interest that the ratio hydrogen/helium nuclei (28%) present bears the same proportion as that estimated for their primordial elemental abundance ratio (24%). The rest of cosmic radiation is made up of the other Big Bang nucleosynthetic heavier nuclei primarily lithium, beryllium, and boron. The light nuclei appear in much greater abundance (~1%) than in the solar atmosphere, where their abundance is about 10−9% that of helium. In general cosmic radiation comes in two flavors, ionizing and non-ionizing. The former includes Alpha particles, beta particles, gamma rays, X-ray radiation, and neutrons may all carry energies above a few electron volts (ca. 2eV or higher) high enough to ionize target atoms or molecules. Energies >2eV (about 3.2 x 10−19 joules) is enough to match the typical binding energy of an outer valence electron in an atom or organic receptor molecule. This is equivalent to a frequency of ca. 4.8 x 1014 Hz, and a wavelength of 620 nm, e.g., visible red light. Of lesser interest in our mesoscopic energy range brain focus are neutron impacts, the only ones capable of producing radioactive mass (by a process called neutron activation at higher energies) although low speed thermal neutrons carry enough kinetic energy to create unstable isotopes and induce radioactivity without ionizing. It is important to remember that the occurrence of ionization depends almost exclusively on the associated energy of the individual particles or waves, and not on their number.
Of lesser known importance to our analysis is the non-ionizing portion of cosmic radiation consisting mainly of lower energy photon unable to detach electrons from atoms or molecules, i.e., ionizing them, e.g., radio waves, microwaves, infrared and (sometimes) visible light. But why not also consider the elusive axion particle, even at the expense of further complicating the architecture of the quantum receptor complex?
For instance, what if there may exist, alongside or within the classical baryonic hydrogen atom, a condensed dark counterpart (BEC condensate?) as an isomorphic hybrid or in a ‘super-partnership’ coupling of sorts? The putative invisible axion, devoid of charges, must consequently depend on spin and/or graviton or resonant coupling/entanglement to join an ordinary hydrogen atom instead. However, this shouldn’t rule out possible parallel chemical exchanges between equivalent axion particles in receptor and/or acceptor sites also. The axion presence in the new DNA dark baryonic atom receptor (pre-formed or induced) should not hinder its participation in ordinary physico-chemical exchanges, bonding, etc. with other acceptor biomolecules, e.g., during DNA transcription processes.
However, for analytical convenience, we will focus now on the intermolecular gravitational attraction between adjacent dark baryonic hydrogen atoms, ideally arranged in a supersymmetric, coherent quantum coupling arrangement (superposition), like in a lattice that allows for the superconductivity of those surface electrons displaced by the impacting ionizing radiation and now located in a conduction band to move along the magnetic flux bond(s) formed in the complex.
It should be mentioned at this point that we are considering the input and output ends of the quantum flux tube complex as forming a magnetic dipole but, because they function independently from each other, they may be considered as magnetic monopole quasiparticles. Likewise, e.g., an electron, the hydrogen atom (proton) and subatomic particles have tiny magnetic fields (Dirac strings) and are thereby magnetic monopoles. The degree of alignment of these particle aggregates, sua sponte or induced, determines the strength ρm, of the resulting magnetic field, however transient in duration. We are ignoring for convenience the acompanying ‘magnetic current density’ variable jm that results from this controversial Dirac quantization model. Do magnetic particles (gravitons) exist? Why not! Why removing the world-line from space-time? If we include gravity in our mesoscopic level analysis we need to identify the source in the dark baryonic particles below the Schwartschild radius (Planck mass) as we have done. Variations in this limiting radius can be controlled by the levels of Hawking radiation decay when exceeded. Maybe Dirac strings stretch out linking monopoles and those of opposite magnetic charge within range, without disturbing those that hypothetically reaches out to infinity…and back! Maybe an updated Maxwell’s equation should reflect the self-evident dynamic asymmetry of existential reality we all witness.
Another possibility is information transfer by ‘quantum tunneling’ electrons through a barrier that classically they couldn’t have surmounted by creating a Tunnel junction by separating two conductors with a very thin insulator. These Josephson junctions take advantage of quantum tunneling and the superconductivity of some semiconductors to create the Josephson effect. It is possible for spin zero particles to travel faster than c when tunnelling. The Josephson effect is the phenomenon of ‘supercurrent’ that flows indefinitely long, without any voltage applied, across two superconductors coupled by a weak link. A Josephson junction can act as a perfect voltage-to-frequency converter. In theory this opens the interesting possibility of a neuronal membrane resting voltage acting as a frequency modulator (FM) of incoming signals.
This will allow for the instantaneous transactional information transfer over long distances between the transfinite source and the brain DNA quantum receptors. The quantum possibility of ‘objects’ being simultaneously in more than one state makes it possible for DNA to act as a quantum computer re-transmitting human phylogenetic information across transfinity.
Ionizing cosmic particle impact on brain DNA baryonic codons. It is not clear whether the dark baryonic state of the brain DNA receptor preceded the cosmic impact or was transiently induced by the transfinite radiation intensity after being filtered by the earth’s atmosphere and traveling through human skull bone. In theory the cosmic particle impact may induce the formation of new elements by the process of spallation when the collision causes the expulsion of protons and neutrons from the impacted atomic or molecular DNA codon or biomolecule, e.g., carboxyl groups or any electronegative atom like C, N, O in nucleic acids. This has been demonstrated in the upper earth atmosphere. How much reaches earth surface, if any, is an unknown variable.
If the brain DNA dark baryonic state is not induced by the transfinite cosmic/axion radiation then it would be of particular interest to examine the case of cosmic impacts on pre-existing electronegative dark baryonic matter in DNA codons. The possible excitation of their condensed matter upon radiation impacts, forming ‘excitons’ quasi-particles, can transfer the transfinite source energy without transporting net electric charge. In an electronegative atom an incomplete valence orbital and the displaced electron are attracted to each other (across intramolecular or intermolecular attraction) by an electrostatic Coulomb force yet it is an electrically neutral quasiparticle that can be found in insulators, semiconductors and some liquids. This way the exciton is a bound state of an electron and hole which are attracted to each other by the electrostatic Coulomb force providing a stabilizing energy balance. These bound but free electrons can exist with their spins in parallel or antiparalell orientation but can be aligned by a magnetic field or made to flow at superconductive speeds. This has been observed when a cosmic particle is absorbed after impacting matter with a pre-existing (or induced?) semiconductor, lattice arrangement. It is very difficult, but not impossible, to imagine such lattice architecture as formed by hydrogen bonds in structured-water networks at body temperature, e.g., neuron cytoskeleton in the Penrose-Hameroff* model of consciousness.. This way, the free electrons originating from the valence band flow into the conduction band and, under the influence of magnetic fields (like those formed in a magnetic flux tube formed by hydrogen bonding), they form a superconductive bridge. The electron spins become coupled by the exchange interaction, giving rise to the exciton fine structure. In such periodic lattices, if demonstrated, the properties of excitons may show momentum (k-vector) dependence.
Magnetic vector field
The magnetic flux bridge formation. Consequent to the cosmic particle (or equivalent radiation) impact on brain DNA receptor matter a hydrogen bond is formed between the proton of a hydrogen atom belonging to either an electronegative nitrogen, oxygen or fluorine of the DNA purine/pyrimidine bases and/or the equivalent atoms from another (or same) molecule or chemical group. The hydrogen atom in the bond must itself be covalently bonded to another electronegative atom in the biomolecule to create the intermolecular bond. The intermolecular hydrogen bond (5 to 30 kJ/mole) is stronger than a van der Waals interaction, but weaker than intramolecular covalent or ionic bonds. This type of intermolecular bond occurs in both inorganic molecules such as water and organic molecules such as DNA..
The most controversial aspect of this suggested hydrogen bond lattice complex sub-model is the assumption of a fluctuating/dynamic super-symmetric hydrogen state, however transient. A plain symmetric hydrogen bond is found when the hydrogen proton nucleus is spaced exactly halfway between two other identical atoms when the gravitational attraction of the hydrogen atom to each of those other atoms is equal. In the case of the 3-center 4-electron bond the strength is much larger than “normal” hydrogen bonds (bond order of 0.5). This magnitude is comparable to a covalent bond. But in particle physics, supersymmetry (often abbreviated SUSY) is a more complete symmetry that relates and brings together elementary particles of one spin to other particles that differ by half a unit of spin forming what is known as superpartners. In a type of unbroken supersymmetry we find, in addition, that for every type of boson there exists a corresponding type of fermion with the same mass and internal quantum numbers, and vice-versa. We will see below how hydrogen electrons, a ½ spin fermionic particle becomes, upon spin coupling to its equivalent, a boson of spin 1,0 particle. To complicate matters further, in our mesoscopic dimension of interest, in order to describe the 4-d Minkowskian low-energy world, one should identify mechanisms that either maintain supersymmetry or disturb it without generating any cosmological constant. It is very complex dealing with supersymmetric theories involving axions because they have both a scalar and a fermionic superpartner all bundled up in a chiral superfield.
To continue on with the speculation, the possible three co-linear adjacent supersymmetric hydrogen atoms forming the bond may transiently join together as ‘superpartners’ (forming e.g., the 3 center 4-electron bond) and thereafter stabilize by annihilation liberating photon information energy to a secondary brain acceptor (neocortical neuron membrane?) before the slower classic neuron synaptic complementary/supplementary aspects of the information arrives and converges at the same processing loci.
It is also presumed that ALL relevant (bonded) condensed dark baryon matter somehow function like a semiconductor lattice which, upon absorbing a photon of energy from an external (transfinity) or internal (brain) source, forms ‘excitons’. If the excitation decays as the displaced electron returns back across the dielectric medium equivalent of such semiconductor arrangement, the EM radiation emitted is called the Cherenkov radiation and we hope it can somehow be detected directly or indirectly. But if not, it travels across the quantum receptor complex to an acceptor and thereby transfer information energy sans the charge component at the speed of light.
But superconductors require electrons to be present in BEC condensates yet loosely bound in Cooper pairs forming lattice semiconductor arrangements where axions are equilibrated with photons under the influence of the magnetic field. These electrons with ½ spin and negative charge (i.e., fermions) join positive lattice ions (phonon holess) anywhere in the quantum receptor lattice complex causing electrons to aggregate by exchanging spins among themselves and thereby becoming spin 1,0 electron particles (bosons) easier to transfer information instantaneously at the speed of light as mentioned. Wikipedia’s account of this mechanism is: “The Higgs mechanism occurs whenever a charged field has a vacuum expectation value. In the nonrelativistic context, this is the Landau model of a charged Bose-Einstein condensate, also known as a superconductor. In the relativistic condensate, the condensate is a scalar field, and is relativistically invariant. In an actual superconductor, the charged particles are electrons, which are fermions not bosons. So in order to have superconductivity, the electrons need to somehow bind into Cooper pairs. The charge of the condensate q is therefore twice the electron charge e. The pairing in a normal superconductor is due to lattice vibrations, and is in fact very weak; this means that the pairs are very loosely bound. The description of a Bose–Einstein condensate of loosely bound pairs is actually more difficult than the description of a condensate of elementary particles. Axions are predicted to change to and from photons in the presence of strong magnetic fields, and this property is used for creating experiments to detect axions.”
The required superconductive state for the reciprocal energy/information transfer in a quantum transaction, as explained above, is accomplished by removing surface electrons from a putative receptor valence position (bound electrons in ‘excitons’ exhibit a smaller binding energy) into a superconductive mode for transfer to another positively charged ‘hole’ in an acceptor site, wherever accessible, like the one formed by a previous receptor site, if present. Repeating, as the charged particles travel through they polarize the molecules of that lattice complex medium, which then, if they return back rapidly to their ground state, will emit Cherenkov radiation in the process.
All that remains now in this overview is to synthesize all things being considered into a working model with most of the relevant features we have sketched for baryonic and dark hydrogen atoms to provide both a Boolean analog and a quantum digital processor when organized as a brain neuronal network at body temperature that will transfer relevant information from transfinity across our suggested quantum receptor architecture just like it has been hypothesized for quantum computation information processing when chloroplasts in green plants are similarly impacted by sun light radiation during photosynthesis, an impressive evidence of quantum coherence in a living system at ambient temperatures as described by the University of Berkeley investigators.
Symmetrical hydrogen bonding
Summary and Conclusions.
Quantum Receptor Architecture. The final structure/function of this quantum receptor complex must, above all, sustain quantum coherence at human body (brain) temperature, become accessible to measurable attempts at corroboration and become capable of falsifiable predictions. Being part and parcel of a more general biopsychosocial (BPS) neurophilosophical model of consciousness, it should harmonize with the model’s foundations on variations on a transactional interpretation of quantum mechanics (TIQM) describing quantum interactions in terms of a standing wave formed by retarded (forward-in-time) and advanced (backward-in-time) waves as explained in Volume II. The original model was first proposed in 1986 by John G. Cramer.
Our BPS model, being an ‘epistemontological hybrid approach, endorses the ‘anthropic principle’ and the emphasis on the mesoscopic level of laboratory and philosophical research. This should not be construed as discouraging whatever metaphysical physico-mathematical poem that opens new avenues for creative speculations. This sub-model on a ‘quantum receptor complex’ is an example. This is illustrated by our implied emphasis on a parallel computing approach in suggesting the presence of multiple processing elements simultaneously present in the quantum receptor complex to solve the problem of reciprocal transactional information transfer between man and that transfinity something that somehow guides and inspires our species to transcend the subhuman condition in building an ordered cosmos that defies entropy laws of nature.
In a nutshell, electromagnetic and gravitational (read the quantum vs. relativistic) realities suggests independent pathways to solve the same problem of existential reality for the human species without the necessary violation of the combined symmetries of charge conjugation and parity, We are trying to bring all the known approaches by breaking the problem into independent parts so that each processing element can execute its part of the quantum receptor algorithm simultaneously with the others. The processing elements present in the quantum receptor complex can be diverse but are synthesized to include all analytical resources in a single brain combinatorial computer with multiple processor elements, the perceptual, the conceptual, or any substantiated privileged ESP communication or any combination of the above.
Coming now to specifics, supposing we were to bring together all of these dark baryonic hydrogen atoms together into a functional lattice network complex as that described for structured water molecular dipoles found in 70% of brain substance constituting a quantum field. Frohlich has described how quantum coherent waves states can be generated by neuronal biomolecules and propagated along a neuronal network. It is believed that this activity is responsible for the gamma wave synchronization in the EEG. As mentioned above, many quanta may condense (BEC) into a single state allowing long range synchronizing correlations between the dipoles. Water molecules with a high electric dipole moment have been demonstrated to have periodic oscillations.
In closing, one wonders how much of the brain biophysical chemistry can account for the dynamics of a self conscious mind in the wakeful state. Can a quantum receptor complex, as explained, adequately link or interface the unfathomable quantum vacuum continuum with the human conscious effort to explain it to itself and others? Is that enough? Is the intercalation of an invisibility like dark matter adequate to throw light into the epistemontological conundrum of mind–body interactions, i.e., is the mind physical, as explained, but invisible? Last, but not least, may this speculation on the participation of reproductive gene sites (DNA dark baryonic codons) open a new chapter in human evolutionary biology linking the, fitness landscapes or adaptive biopsychosocial landscapes to unknown metaphysiological elements in the dark chemistry of genotypes giving rise to de novo human brain special behavioral phenotypes explaining both its unusual reproductive success when compared to other species and its spectacular flawed forms as expressed in their animals like reactions to supernormal stimuli as witnessed in armed war conflicts.
Dr. Angell O. de la Sierra, Esq. In Deltona, Florida Winter 2010