JOURNAL OF NONLOCALITY AND REMOTE MENTAL INTERACTIONS
January 2002 Vol. I Nr. 1
 



CONTENTS


I. ORIGINAL PAPERS

The imprinting and transmission of mentally-directed bioinformation
by Lian Sidorov

Abstract: This paper reviews current experimental data and working models pertaining to non-local communication and proposes that there may be two complementary mechanisms involved in intent-mediated  healing: one based on direct transmission (entrainment) of specialized electromagnetic frequencies, observed primarily in proximal healing (therapeutic touch, laying-on-of hands, direct waiqi); and a second one, associated with distant healing and remote viewing/diagnosis, where the target's electromagnetic profile is modulated from a distance via partial entanglement of subject-target cognitive spacetime sheets, as per Pitkanen's Topological Geometrodynamics. In addition, possible mechanisms are suggested for adjunct-mediated distant healing  and for the "qi strike" phenomenon of 5-elements Qigong.  Several experiments are proposed to test these hypotheses.

 

Preliminary Studies of the Effect of Qigong Therapy on Cancer
by Kevin Chen and Binhui He

Abstract: This is a presentation of medical Qigong applications to cancer therapy.  A number of controlled  scientific studies are  reviewed,  including in-vitro,  in-vivo and  clinical  studies.   In  addition,  several  case  histories and  the  authors' own exploratory studies with external Qi are included. 
                        


TGD-inspired Theory of Consciousness and Biosystems as Macroscopic Quantum Systems
by Matti Pitkanen

Abstract:  In this introductory article I summarize briefly what Topological Geometrodynamics (TGD) and TGD inspired theory of consciousness are and describe the speculative picture about biosystems as macroscopic quantum systems provided by TGD. Also the applications of TGD to brain consciousness are discussed. The identification of quantum jump between quantum histories as a moment of consciousness reduces quantum measurement theory to fundamental physics. The identification of self as a subsystem able to remain unentangled in subsequent quantum jumps provides a quantum theory of observer and one can identify self also as a fundamental statistical ensemble. The notion of manysheeted spacetime allows to understand how biosystems manage to be macroscopic quantum systems. Topological field quantization implies that also classical fields have particle like aspects: these particle like aspects are crucial for the models of sensory qualia, sensory representations and long term memory as well as for the general model of control and coordination in living matter. One can fairly say that living systems have, besides the ordinary physical body, also an electromagnetic body (actually a hierarchy of them). A further generalization of the spacetime concept involves the introduction of p-adic topologies besides the real topology. p-Adic spacetime regions are identified as cognitive representations for the real regions and thus correspond to the 'mind stuff' of Descartes.

 

TGD-inspired Theory of Consciousness
by Matti Pitkanen

Abstract:  TGD inspired theory of consciousness relies on two identifications. The identification of quantum jump between quantum histories as a moment of consciousness reduces quantum measurement theory to fundamental physics and solves long list of paradoxes of modern physics. The identification of self as a subsystem able to remain unentangled in subsequent quantum jumps provides a quantum theory of observer and one can identify self also as a fundamental statistical ensemble. The generalization of spacetime concept so that it allows both real and p-adic regions unable to entangle mutually is a crucial prequisite for the notion of self and p-adic spacetime regions define cognitive representations. In this article these notions are analyzed in more detail. Quantum jump between quantum histories decomposes into three parts corresponding to the unitary U process of Penrose followed by the TGD counterpart of state function reduction in turn followed by a cascade of self measurements giving rise to the TGD counterpart of state preparation. The dynamics of self measurement is determined by the so called Negentropy Maximization Principle (NMP).

Selves form a hierarchy and self experiences its subselves as mental images and is in turn a mental image of a higher level self. The experience of self is a statistical average over quantum jumps occurred after the last 'wake-up' and the theory of qualia can be formulated in terms of statistical physics. Self experiences the subselves of subself as a statistical average so that self hierarchy means also an abstraction hierarchy. Self has as its geometric correlate so called mindlike spacetime sheets of finite duration with respect to geometric time (as opposed to subjective time determined by the sequence of quantum jumps) and one can understand how psychological time and its arrow emerge. The new view about time has rather dramatic implications: the civilizations of the geometric past and future exist subjectively now so that one can speak about four-dimensional society. The paradigm of four-dimensional brain in turn provides a completely new view about long term memories. Crucial element behind all these developments is the classical non-determinism of the fundamental variational principle determining the dynamics of the spacetime surfaces.

 

Biosystems as Macroscopic Quantum Systems
by Matti Pitkanen

Abstract:  In this article the still developing TGD based view about biosystems as macrosystems is summarized. The notion of manysheeted spacetime together with the notion of topological field quantization allows to understand biosystems as macroscopic quantum systems. Non-atomic spacetime sheets can have extremely low temperatures and are thus excellent candidates for the seats of various macroscopic quantum phases. Especially important macroscopic quantum phases are various ionic superconductors at the flux tubes of Earth's magnetic field having thickness of order cell size. The so called massless extremals (MEs) are TGD counterparts of light rays. MEs are ideal for both classical and quantum communication purposes, MEs give rise to quantum holograms, the lightlike vacuum currents accompanying MEs generate coherent photons; MEs act also as templates for Bose-Einstein condensates of photons and for coloured configuration space photons predicted by TGD. Also Z^0 MEs are possible and might be a crucial element of bioconrol (the synchronous firing of neurons might be induced by Z^0 ME acting as a pacemaker).

Life can be understood as a symbiosis of the hierarchy of MEs, superconducting magnetic flux tube structures and of the ordinary biomatter. MEs are at the highest level of the control hierarchy and control superconductors by inducing super currents and magnetic quantum phase transitions and by acting as Josephson junctions. The superconducting flux tube structures in turn control ordinary biomatter via ionic flow equilibrium. Magnetic quantum phase transitions allow place coding by a varying cyclotron frequency (flux tube thickness) and the models for sensory representations, long term memory, frequency imprinting and electromagnetic aspects of DNA rely on the hierarchy of magnetic laser mirrors consisting of MEs parallel to magnetic flux tubes. Spacetime sheets containing liquid crystal water provide representations for rotational, conformational and vibrational aspects of biomolecules and amplify the em fields associated magnetic mirrors providing similar representations for biomolecules. Magnetic mirrors mediate a resonant interaction between molecules having similar transition frequencies. This makes possible electromagnetic recognition mechanism which could be crucial in DNA replication, transcription of RNA into proteins and for the functioning of the immune system.

 

Virtual Replica of Matter in Bivacuum & Possible Mechanism of Distant Mind-Matter and Mind-Mind Interaction
by Alex Kaivarainen

Abstract: The coherent physical theory of psi phenomena, like remote vision, telepathy, telekinesis, clairvoyance is absent till now due to its high complexity and multilateral character. The original mechanism of Bivacuum mediated Mind-Matter, Mind-Mind interaction and other psi effects, proposed here, is based on the following stages of my long term efforts: -New models of Bivacuum, sub-elementary particles and corpuscle-wave [C-W] duality; -New Hierarchic theory of liquids and solids; -New Hierarchic model of elementary act of consciousness; -Virtual replica (VR) of matter, including living organisms, in Bivacuum. The distant resonant [Mind-Bivacuum-Matter] and [Mind-Bivacuum-Mind] interaction, mediated by Bivacuum symmetry oscillation (BvSO), is accompanied by modulation of virtual particles/antiparticles pressure waves. The latter factor is related to modulation by 'sender (S)' the virtual replica (VR) of 'receiver (R)', representing standing virtual pressure waves (VPW). The effectiveness of [R-S] interaction and nonlocal entanglement is bigger, if the modulation frequencies and other properties of (S) and (R) are closer. The 'sender (S)': living organism in private case, may influence the properties of VR in following manner: 1) modulating the frequency/amplitude/phase of VPW by thermal molecular dynamics, radiating vibro-gravitational waves. This factor is dependent on fraction of coherent particles in system; 2) shifting the resonance conditions of [matter - bivacuum] exchange interaction, depending on frequency of [C-W] pulsation of elementary particles of (S); 3) changing bivacuum symmetry shift, resulting from difference between virtual energy densities of VR in positive and negative realms of Bivacuum; 4) changing a sum of virtual energy density of positive and negative realms of Bivacuum.

 

Unified Model of Bivacuum, Corpuscle-Wave Duality, Electromagnetism, Gravitation and Time
By Alex Kaivarainen

Abstract: Unified Model (UM) is a next stage of our efforts for unification of vacuum, matter and fields from few ground postulates. New concept of Bivacuum is introduced, as a dynamic matrix of the Universe, composed from non mixing sub-quantum particles of the opposite energies. The mesoscopic structure of Bivacuum is presented by infinitive number of three-dimensional (3D) double cells, each cell containing a pair of correlated rotors and antirotors: V(+) and V(-) of the opposite quantized energy, virtual mass, spin, charge and magnetic moments. The matter in form of sub-elementary particles or antiparticles is a result of Bivacuum symmetry shift towards the positive or negative energy, correspondingly. Their triplets form elementary particles and antiparticles. The [corpuscle (C) - wave (W)] duality is a result of quantum beats between the 'actual' and 'complementary' (hidden) states of sub-elementary particles/antiparticles. The [C] phase represents the mass, electric and magnetic dipoles. The [W] phase exists in form of Cumulative virtual cloud (CVC) of sub-quantum particles. 'Harmonization influence' of Bivacuum on matter properties is a result of induced resonance between virtual pressure waves (VPW) of Bivacuum and [C-W] pulsation of symmetric (hidden) pairs of sub-elementary particles and antiparticles, forming electrons, positrons, quarks, etc. The Harmonization frequencies of VPW are defined by the rest mass of the electrons of three kinds of lepton generation: [e, mu, tau], as postulated in UM. The pace of time for any closed system is determined by pace of kinetic energy change of this system. The time oscillation (temporal field) is shown to be related in coherent way to oscillation of electromagnetic and gravitational fields. The quantum entanglement is explained by UM also.

 

On the Possible Mechanism of Intent in Paranormal Phenomena
by Lian Sidorov

Abstract: On the basis of current observations regarding modulating variables in parapsychology and remote healing experiments, it is suggested that human intent functions as a variable window of transmission/reception in the exchange of extrasensory information, possibly within the range of ELF electromagnetic frequencies.

 

II. LETTERS/RESPONSES

III. CURRENT PROJECTS/RESEARCH SEEKING FUNDING