Henry Stapp’s Influence on My Post-Quantum Mechanics of Consciousness Via Locally Decodable Keyless Entanglement Signaling

@article{Sarfatti2019HenrySI,
  title={Henry Stapp’s Influence on My Post-Quantum Mechanics of Consciousness Via Locally Decodable Keyless Entanglement Signaling},
  author={Jack Sarfatti},
  journal={Activitas Nervosa Superior},
  year={2019},
  volume={62},
  pages={25-28}
}
  • J. Sarfatti
  • Published 2019
  • Philosophy
  • Activitas Nervosa Superior
It is wonderful that Henry is still creative and active at the age of 90. I first communicated with Henry in 1963 when I was with Fred W. Cummings at Ford Philco Aeronutronics in Newport Beach, CA (I left Cornell where I was working with Leonard Susskind and Johnny Glogower on the problem of time and phase operators in quantum mechanics. I returned to Cornell about 6 months later.). That is also when I first met Richard Feynman at Cal Tech and also when I first communicated by snail mail with… Expand

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