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This raises some interesting questions. Is telepathy and precognition possible as a form of quantum commuication? Is the human brain just a collection of cells or does it extend into a nonphysical constuct at the quantum level? When quantam computers are created, can a human mind be downloaded into it? If the soul exists, is it a quantam construct or effect? This just scrathes the surface of possiblites. something to think about.


^ download your brain into a cyborg body like ghost in the shell o.O that'd be crazy. Maybe not even fully download it. Maybe telling the computer to control a fake body with your mind through this communication.


Actually, an organic body has the potential to be superior to any type of machine body. Going to a machine body is a downgrade, in my opinion.



Why assume you could only download to a machine? Another brain could could work just as well.


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Sorry, but I call BS. I haven't seen any evidence or research that indicates the mind uses quantum entanglement to communicate with the rest of your body. If that was the case, you could sever your arms and legs and still control them through entanglement. Most of the article "sounds" good, but I think that's all it is.


But it could work as an explanation for zombies in a story. Hmmmmmmm.(thinking)


Exactly, you can download your soul/your quantum self/true self into another brain/body. You body is just an organic robot. You are not your body.



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I'm pretty sure Cell Division and other cell processes are self-regulating processes that doesn't require the brain's control... they just require what we call proteins that activate or deactivate and tell the cell when to stop dividing.

These proteins are created by a process called protein synthesis which comes from the nucleus of a cell. This is not a brain-regulated process.

When the gene becomes mutated, it no longer produces that protein which stops cell growth, this is what we call cancer.



For your information, DNA is responsible for every organ, tissues and cells in the body, it has a "mind of its own" (if you will), it is the one that created brain molecules in the first place. Not the other way around.


The writer of that article clearly has no understanding of Molecular Biology, Genetics or Neuroscience. Or is purely speculating on random hypothesis that was never proven.
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I'm pretty sure Cell Division and other cell processes are self-regulating processes that doesn't require the brain's control... they just require what we call proteins that activate or deactivate and tell the cell when to stop dividing.

These proteins are created by a process called protein synthesis which comes from the nucleus of a cell. This is not a brain-regulated process.

When the gene becomes mutated, it no longer produces that protein which stops cell growth, this is what we call cancer.



For your information, DNA is responsible for every organ, tissues and cells in the body, it has a "mind of its own" (if you will), it is the one that created brain molecules in the first place. Not the other way around.


The writer of that article clearly has no understanding of Molecular Biology, Genetics or Neuroscience. Or is purely speculating on random hypothesis that was never proven.


Did you learn this at propaganda school? You are the one that doesn't have a good understanding. You have non-understanding of the subject. We are talking about quantum physics here. If you look and research properly there is good evidence that the human also works at the quantum level.

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GayAsianBoy wrote:

I'm pretty sure Cell Division and other cell processes are self-regulating processes that doesn't require the brain's control... they just require what we call proteins that activate or deactivate and tell the cell when to stop dividing.

These proteins are created by a process called protein synthesis which comes from the nucleus of a cell. This is not a brain-regulated process.

When the gene becomes mutated, it no longer produces that protein which stops cell growth, this is what we call cancer.



For your information, DNA is responsible for every organ, tissues and cells in the body, it has a "mind of its own" (if you will), it is the one that created brain molecules in the first place. Not the other way around.


The writer of that article clearly has no understanding of Molecular Biology, Genetics or Neuroscience. Or is purely speculating on random hypothesis that was never proven.


Did you learn this at propaganda school? We are talking about quantum physics here. If you look and research properly there is good evidence that the human also works at the quantum level.



Did you even read the article you copy-pasted?


And it isn't propaganda if the same information I've learned is the same information every legitimate scientists use to find cure for cancers.
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GayAsianBoy wrote:


-Vega- wrote:


GayAsianBoy wrote:

I'm pretty sure Cell Division and other cell processes are self-regulating processes that doesn't require the brain's control... they just require what we call proteins that activate or deactivate and tell the cell when to stop dividing.

These proteins are created by a process called protein synthesis which comes from the nucleus of a cell. This is not a brain-regulated process.

When the gene becomes mutated, it no longer produces that protein which stops cell growth, this is what we call cancer.



For your information, DNA is responsible for every organ, tissues and cells in the body, it has a "mind of its own" (if you will), it is the one that created brain molecules in the first place. Not the other way around.


The writer of that article clearly has no understanding of Molecular Biology, Genetics or Neuroscience. Or is purely speculating on random hypothesis that was never proven.


Did you learn this at propaganda school? We are talking about quantum physics here. If you look and research properly there is good evidence that the human also works at the quantum level.



Did you even read the article you copy-pasted?



And it isn't propaganda if the same information I've learned is the same information every legitimate scientists use to find cure for cancers.


Of course I read the article, man, and I understood, too, unlike you.

Every legitimate scientist? Most of these so called legitimate scientist are liars or just plain ignorant. There is already a cure to cancer and these scientist that you speak are hiding it form you.

http://www.wakingtimes.com/2012/12/03/miracle-babys-brain-tumor-shrinks-to-nothing-with-natural-treatment-of-cannabis-oil/

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-Vega- wrote:


GayAsianBoy wrote:


-Vega- wrote:


GayAsianBoy wrote:

I'm pretty sure Cell Division and other cell processes are self-regulating processes that doesn't require the brain's control... they just require what we call proteins that activate or deactivate and tell the cell when to stop dividing.

These proteins are created by a process called protein synthesis which comes from the nucleus of a cell. This is not a brain-regulated process.

When the gene becomes mutated, it no longer produces that protein which stops cell growth, this is what we call cancer.



For your information, DNA is responsible for every organ, tissues and cells in the body, it has a "mind of its own" (if you will), it is the one that created brain molecules in the first place. Not the other way around.


The writer of that article clearly has no understanding of Molecular Biology, Genetics or Neuroscience. Or is purely speculating on random hypothesis that was never proven.


Did you learn this at propaganda school? We are talking about quantum physics here. If you look and research properly there is good evidence that the human also works at the quantum level.



Did you even read the article you copy-pasted?



And it isn't propaganda if the same information I've learned is the same information every legitimate scientists use to find cure for cancers.


Of course I read the article, man, and I understood, too, unlike you.

Every legitimate scientist? Most of these so called legitimate scientist are liars or just plain ignorant. There is already a cure to cancer and these scientist that you speak are hiding it form you.

http://www.wakingtimes.com/2012/12/03/miracle-babys-brain-tumor-shrinks-to-nothing-with-natural-treatment-of-cannabis-oil/




Then don't talk about "quantum physics" like you know what it entails. Do you even know what quantum physics is?
It deals with particles that are even smaller than the electron like quarks, leptons or muons.
Obviously every molecule on Earth contain these particles. Your article makes no sense and it talks about the brain controlling every cell function of the body, which is completely false.

If you want to lie to yourself, feel free, don't spread your lies to other people.
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GayAsianBoy wrote:


-Vega- wrote:


GayAsianBoy wrote:


-Vega- wrote:


GayAsianBoy wrote:

I'm pretty sure Cell Division and other cell processes are self-regulating processes that doesn't require the brain's control... they just require what we call proteins that activate or deactivate and tell the cell when to stop dividing.

These proteins are created by a process called protein synthesis which comes from the nucleus of a cell. This is not a brain-regulated process.

When the gene becomes mutated, it no longer produces that protein which stops cell growth, this is what we call cancer.



For your information, DNA is responsible for every organ, tissues and cells in the body, it has a "mind of its own" (if you will), it is the one that created brain molecules in the first place. Not the other way around.


The writer of that article clearly has no understanding of Molecular Biology, Genetics or Neuroscience. Or is purely speculating on random hypothesis that was never proven.


Did you learn this at propaganda school? We are talking about quantum physics here. If you look and research properly there is good evidence that the human also works at the quantum level.



Did you even read the article you copy-pasted?



And it isn't propaganda if the same information I've learned is the same information every legitimate scientists use to find cure for cancers.


Of course I read the article, man, and I understood, too, unlike you.

Every legitimate scientist? Most of these so called legitimate scientist are liars or just plain ignorant. There is already a cure to cancer and these scientist that you speak are hiding it form you.

http://www.wakingtimes.com/2012/12/03/miracle-babys-brain-tumor-shrinks-to-nothing-with-natural-treatment-of-cannabis-oil/




Then don't talk about "quantum physics" like you know what it entails. Do you even know what quantum physics is?
It deals with particles that are even smaller than the electron like quarks, leptons or muons.
Obviously every molecule on Earth contain these particles. Your article makes no sense and it talks about the brain controlling every cell function of the body, which is completely false.

If you want to lie to yourself, feel free, don't spread your lies to other people.


I know what quantum physics is. I also understand it to a degree. I also know of the implications of the article that I just posted and the implications of quantum theory.

I'm sorry, but YOU are the one spreading the lies from propaganda school. The article does not say that the brain controls everything. OMG, where is your reading comprehension? What the article says is the whole body acts as one unit. You have a quantum computer for a brain; use it.
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GayAsianBoy wrote:

I'm pretty sure Cell Division and other cell processes are self-regulating processes that doesn't require the brain's control... they just require what we call proteins that activate or deactivate and tell the cell when to stop dividing.

These proteins are created by a process called protein synthesis which comes from the nucleus of a cell. This is not a brain-regulated process.

When the gene becomes mutated, it no longer produces that protein which stops cell growth, this is what we call cancer.



For your information, DNA is responsible for every organ, tissues and cells in the body, it has a "mind of its own" (if you will), it is the one that created brain molecules in the first place. Not the other way around.


The writer of that article clearly has no understanding of Molecular Biology, Genetics or Neuroscience. Or is purely speculating on random hypothesis that was never proven.


I'm going back to the original post rather than muddle up with the following quotes thereof.

Anyway...so you're wrong here, completely. Cell division does not occur in humans that are dead. The human body uses electric impulses to keep the body alive to maintain cell division. These electrical impulses are regulated by the nervous system. Which is controlled by the human brain. That part is Bio 101. The article is proposing that the brain is a quantum computer, ergo the cell division in humans would be controlled by a quantum computer. A computer that crunches data on the level of being in and out of time. And that is an impressive theory.
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-Vega- wrote:
I know what quantum physics is. I also understand it to a degree. I also know of the implications of the article that I just posted and the implications of quantum theory.

I'm sorry, but YOU are the one spreading the lies from propaganda school. The article does not say that the brain controls everything. OMG, where is your reading comprehension? What the article says is the whole body acts as one unit. You have a quantum computer for a brain; use it.


This is a quote from the article you copy-pasted:


Thousands of chemical reactions take place every second in every cell of your body, and your brain and nervous system ensure that they are sufficiently coherent and coordinated so that your body can maintain itself in the complex and physically highly improbable state we call living.

Your brain is the command center that directs the flow of the precise, highly coordinated information crucial to your body's genetic, chemical, and physiological processes.




The thousands of chemical reactions are actually independently regulated by the DNA stored within the nucleus of a cell. It doesn't require the brain's regulation, such as protein synthesis.

This is high school biology... it's not even college scientific information.
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GayAsianBoy wrote:

I'm pretty sure Cell Division and other cell processes are self-regulating processes that doesn't require the brain's control... they just require what we call proteins that activate or deactivate and tell the cell when to stop dividing.

These proteins are created by a process called protein synthesis which comes from the nucleus of a cell. This is not a brain-regulated process.

When the gene becomes mutated, it no longer produces that protein which stops cell growth, this is what we call cancer.



For your information, DNA is responsible for every organ, tissues and cells in the body, it has a "mind of its own" (if you will), it is the one that created brain molecules in the first place. Not the other way around.


The writer of that article clearly has no understanding of Molecular Biology, Genetics or Neuroscience. Or is purely speculating on random hypothesis that was never proven.


I'm going back to the original post rather than muddle up with the following quotes thereof.

Anyway...so you're wrong here, completely. Cell division does not occur in humans that are dead. The human body uses electric impulses to keep the body alive to maintain cell division. These electrical impulses are regulated by the nervous system. Which is controlled by the human brain. That part is Bio 101. The article is proposing that the brain is a quantum computer, ergo the cell division in humans would be controlled by a quantum computer. A computer that crunches data on the level of being in and out of time. And that is an impressive theory.


You must be joking, right?

CELLS do continue to work even after the brain is dead.

Do you even know where cells get their energy from? It's not from "electrical impulses" as you put it.

Cells get energy from ATP (Adenosine Trisphospate).
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GayAsianBoy wrote:


-Vega- wrote:
I know what quantum physics is. I also understand it to a degree. I also know of the implications of the article that I just posted and the implications of quantum theory.

I'm sorry, but YOU are the one spreading the lies from propaganda school. The article does not say that the brain controls everything. OMG, where is your reading comprehension? What the article says is the whole body acts as one unit. You have a quantum computer for a brain; use it.


This is a quote from the article you copy-pasted:


Thousands of chemical reactions take place every second in every cell of your body, and your brain and nervous system ensure that they are sufficiently coherent and coordinated so that your body can maintain itself in the complex and physically highly improbable state we call living.

Your brain is the command center that directs the flow of the precise, highly coordinated information crucial to your body's genetic, chemical, and physiological processes.




The thousands of chemical reactions are actually independently regulated by the DNA stored within the nucleus of a cell. It doesn't require the brain's regulation, such as protein synthesis.

This is high school biology... it's not even college scientific information.


No no no. Just no.

Read this part:

This makes sense because living systems exhibit highly and until recently inexplicably coherent behavior. Their cells and organs resonate in phase, and the entire living organism seems to obey one encompassing "macroscopic wave-function." In other words, instead of functioning like a bunch of cells and chemicals each doing their own thing unaware of each other, all the biochemical and bioelectric dance in superb coordination acts like a giant wave which moves and flows as one, despite the many individual droplets that are within it.
This means that your body is not just a biochemical system: it's also a macroscopic quantum system. Your brain is not just a bioelectric and biochemical computer, but also a quantum computer. The cells of your body, and the neurons and networks of neurons of your brain, are entangled with each other. This is why your brain can perform functions that are entire dimensions beyond the capacity of any conceivable biochemical system. If and when quantum computers are developed, we may for the first time see man-made systems that come close to matching your brain's information-processing powers.
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i thought this had something to do with the new episode of jormundgand XD
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-Vega- wrote:

Read this part:

This makes sense because living systems exhibit highly and until recently inexplicably coherent behavior. Their cells and organs resonate in phase, and the entire living organism seems to obey one encompassing "macroscopic wave-function." In other words, instead of functioning like a bunch of cells and chemicals each doing their own thing unaware of each other, all the biochemical and bioelectric dance in superb coordination acts like a giant wave which moves and flows as one, despite the many individual droplets that are within it.
This means that your body is not just a biochemical system: it's also a macroscopic quantum system. Your brain is not just a bioelectric and biochemical computer, but also a quantum computer. The cells of your body, and the neurons and networks of neurons of your brain, are entangled with each other. This is why your brain can perform functions that are entire dimensions beyond the capacity of any conceivable biochemical system. If and when quantum computers are developed, we may for the first time see man-made systems that come close to matching your brain's information-processing powers.


My highlights are in red.

Making these statements does not mean they are true. I provide a counter claim: Fluffy wave motion bunnies are controlling the single wave function of the universe and manipulating it to their will.

There's no evidence to support either assertion.
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GayAsianBoy wrote:


diodrin wrote:


GayAsianBoy wrote:

I'm pretty sure Cell Division and other cell processes are self-regulating processes that doesn't require the brain's control... they just require what we call proteins that activate or deactivate and tell the cell when to stop dividing.

These proteins are created by a process called protein synthesis which comes from the nucleus of a cell. This is not a brain-regulated process.

When the gene becomes mutated, it no longer produces that protein which stops cell growth, this is what we call cancer.



For your information, DNA is responsible for every organ, tissues and cells in the body, it has a "mind of its own" (if you will), it is the one that created brain molecules in the first place. Not the other way around.


The writer of that article clearly has no understanding of Molecular Biology, Genetics or Neuroscience. Or is purely speculating on random hypothesis that was never proven.


I'm going back to the original post rather than muddle up with the following quotes thereof.

Anyway...so you're wrong here, completely. Cell division does not occur in humans that are dead. The human body uses electric impulses to keep the body alive to maintain cell division. These electrical impulses are regulated by the nervous system. Which is controlled by the human brain. That part is Bio 101. The article is proposing that the brain is a quantum computer, ergo the cell division in humans would be controlled by a quantum computer. A computer that crunches data on the level of being in and out of time. And that is an impressive theory.


You must be joking, right?

CELLS do continue to work even after the brain is dead.

Do you even know where cells get their energy from? It's not from "electrical impulses" as you put it.

Cells get energy from ATP (Adenosine Trisphospate).


Big sigh here. I shoot you in the head. You die. Yes? Without the brain telling the heart to beat blood does not pump. No blood no life. Yes? And while there is still cellular activity in that body it is dead. Yes? Eventually that body will discontinue processing anything and begin to decay. And decay is caused by micro-organisms, not human cell division. So if the quantum computer gets blown out by a .45 the cell division will decline and halt in that human. And that is called Death. So I dare you to tell me that cell division in humans is not dependent on the human brain.

What I posted was that the brain keeps the body Alive, for cell division to continue. That is accurate. You're more interested in disproving the human brains part in keeping the body alive. But the original article is fascinating still.
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