Byuons, Quantum Information Channel, Consciousness and Universe
Y. A. Baurov
DOI: 10.4236/ojm.2011.12007   PDF   HTML     5,345 Downloads   12,091 Views   Citations


The physics of consciousness and universal mind is shown on the base of theory of byuons, the theory of “life’ of special unobservable discrete objects—byuons from which the surrounding space and the world of elementary particles are formed. An essential distinction of that theory from the modern models in the classical and quantum field theories is that the potentials of physical fields (gravitational, electromagnetic, asf.) gain exactly fixable, measurable values. Basic axioms and some conclusions of this theory are discussed. The theory of byuons predicts the existence of a new force and a new quantum information channel in nature. All objects of the Universe are shown to be united into the unique information field due to the huge interval of uncertainty in the coordinate (Δx = L = 1028 cm) of objects 4b (object formed during four-contact byuon-byuon interaction ( mc24b = 33 eV)) forming the surrounding physical space. It is a new quantum information channel.

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Baurov, Y. (2011) Byuons, Quantum Information Channel, Consciousness and Universe. Open Journal of Microphysics, 1, 35-39. doi: 10.4236/ojm.2011.12007.

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