[Paleopsych] Bio-Entanglement

Steve Hovland shovland at mindspring.com
Sun Jul 3 17:54:31 UTC 2005

>From Entangled Minds, by Dean Radin, PDF available online at the url below. 
"In physics, the idea of entanglement -- the quantum theory prediction that 
under certain circumstances particles that appear to be isolated are 
actually instantaneously connected through space and time -- is not only 
known to be demonstrably real, but is far more pervasive and robust than 
anyone had imagined even a few years ago.Devising new forms of entanglement 
has become a central focus in the accelerating race towards developing 
practical quantum computers. The growing pressure to develop workable 
quantum computers is rapidly expanding our ability to create ever more 
robust forms of entanglement in increasingly complex systems, for longer 
lifetimes, and at room temperature. Researchers will discover that under 
certain conditions, living cells also exhibit properties associated with 
quantum entanglement. Then the idea of bioentanglement will emerge, a 
concept that is more general than today's special cases of entanglement 
involving inanimate particles and photons. Someone will get a bright idea 
and ask,"I wonder what would happen if two brains were entangled? Would 
they show correlated behavior at a distance, just like other forms of 
bioentanglement? Then someone will ask,"I wonder what it would feel like 
when my brain is entangled with the outside world? Are mind fields 
bioentangled with the rest of the universe?" 

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