A research team led by Anirban Bandyopadhyay – a preeminent researcher in the quantum science of biology – has demonstrated high temperature quantum mechanical vibrations in brain neurons. The research, undertaken at the National Institute of Material Sciences in Tsukuba, Japan, found how the high frequency oscillation of microtubules – measured at one million cycles per second in this case (one megahertz – 1MHz oscillation of electrical dipole moments of free electrons and conformational switching), cause wave interference that may give rise to the characteristic shape of the electrical oscillations of the brain that are correlated with conscious awareness, specifically a new kind of electroencephalographic signal (EEG) of 40 Hz / 4 Hz nested gestalts (gamma and delta oscillations, respectively), referred to as “beat frequencies”.
Gamma frequencies have been correlated with consciousness, ostensibly through the action of neuronal synchronization, and the periodic wave structure of the gamma-delta “beat frequencies” are very reminiscent of the alternating interference bands of quanta occurring in double slit experiments. Thus, seeming to link the brain synchronization of consciousness with underlying quantum mechanical behaviors of microtubules. With these quantum vibrations microtubules can become entangled across neuronal networks via interconnecting channels, called gap junctions, which physically link neurons together….