Theorizing how the brain encodes consciousness based on negentropic entanglement.

@article{Poznanski2019TheorizingHT,
  title={Theorizing how the brain encodes consciousness based on negentropic entanglement.},
  author={R. R. Poznanski and L. Cacha and A. Latif and S. H. Salleh and J. Ali and P. Yupapin and J. Tuszynski and M. Tengku},
  journal={Journal of integrative neuroscience},
  year={2019},
  volume={18 1},
  pages={
          1-10
        }
}
The physicality of subjectivity is explained through a theoretical conceptualization of guidance waves informing meaning in negentropically entangled non-electrolytic brain regions. Subjectivity manifests its influence at the microscopic scale of matter originating from de Broglie 'hidden' thermodynamics as action of guidance waves. The preconscious experienceability of subjectivity is associated with a nested hierarchy of microprocesses, which are actualized as a continuum of patterns of… Expand
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