The human brain
The Human Brain has about 10^18 Tubulins and 10^11 Neurons:
The first detailed quantum model of consciousness was probably the American physicist
Evan Walker's synaptic tunneling model (1970), in which electrons can
"tunnel" between adjacent neurons, thereby creating a virtual neural network
overlapping the real one. It is this virtual nervous system that produces consciousness
and that can direct the behavior of the real nervous system. The real nervous system
operates by means of synaptic messages. The virtual one operates by means of the quantum
effect of tunneling (particles passing through an energy barrier that classically they
should not be able to climb). The real one is driven by classical laws, the virtual one by
quantum laws. Consciousness is therefore driven by quantum laws, even if the brain's
behavior can be described by classical laws.
One of the strongest proponents of a theory of consciousness founded on Quantum Theory
is Roger Penrose in person, one of the leading British physicists of our times. In his
opinion, consciousness must be a quantum phenomenon because neurons are too big to account
for consciousness. Inside neurons there is a "cytoskeleton", the structure that
holds cells together, whose "microtubules" (hollow protein cylinders
25-nanometers in diameter) control the function of synapses. Penrose believes that
consciousness is a manifestation of the quantum cytoskeletal state and its interplay
between quantum and classical levels of activity.
Classical Physics can't explain consciousness
Many attempts have been made at explaining consciousness by reducing it to something
else. To no avail. There is no way that our sensations can be explained in terms of
particles. So, how does consciousness arise in matter?
The American physicist Henry Stapp holds that classical Physics cannot explain
consciousness because it cannot explain how the whole can be more than the parts. In
Quantum Mechanics, on the other hand, the relationship between the parts and the whole is
completely different. Stapp therefore advances a "quantum theory of
All contemporary Neuroscience is based on classical Physics. No surprise that it
derives a view of the brain as a set of mechanical laws: that is the "only" view
that classical Physics can derive. No surprise that it cannot explain how consciousness
arises, since there is no consciousness in classical Physics.
No wonder most neurobiologists reach the conclusion that Physics cannot explain
consciousness, since they are using a Physics that 1. was designed to study matter and
leave out consciousness and that 2. does not work in the microworld. Not surprisingly, it
has been claimed that all current neurobiological models are computationally equivalent to
a Turing machine.
My own opinion based on my own experience of aliens trying to push me here and
there by manipulating my mind is :
A big part of peoples consciousness and personality is a creation in alien (God's and
the klingons) computer software.
The consciousness and personality can be manipulated like playing on a musical instrument,
by aliens using quantum physics.
If the nerve is already there, it is simple as creating an electric signal in the nerve.
And most people would not even wonder where that signal came from.
Peoples different animal DNA personality or brain structure is a deciding factor when
different aliens are choosing people to remote control.
Because if you want to remotecontrol anyone to kill someone, you would not choose anyone
with a pacifist chicken personality coded into the DNA. Because the kill-instructions is in conflict with the animal-NO, and the animal seems to be the stronger.
Most aliens pretend to be your consciousness and personality. Because it
keeps you quite and unaware of being manipulated.