Thursday, October 21, 2021

new Pierre Deymer article on nonlocal entanglement as acoustic topology

 " The simplest form of pseudospin to enable topological sound relies on geometrical asymmetries, for example, an acoustic array of subwave-length resonators with carefully tailored asymmetries act like a spin on sound waves (Ni et al., 2018). The resulting devices are passive and support topological boundary sound waves somewhat robust to disorder.... Topological acoustic quantization, for example, based on two opposite pseudospins, coherence and correlations, can be harnessed to overcome stability and scalability challenges in current approaches to massive-data information processing, within the context of the second quantum revolution (Dowling and Milburn, 2003)." 

Topological Acoustics by Pierre Deymer

 "Elastic displacement measured with a laser vibrometer over a spatiotemporally modulated array of piezoelectric patches, demonstrating the emergence of a one-way topological boundary propagation of sound (Darabi et al., 2020). b: A topological mechanical metamaterial made of a three-dimensional printed elastic polymer based on asymmetric nonlinearities (Coulais et al., 2017)"



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Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Quantum biophotons proves Quantum Coherence as the Law of Phase Harmony truth of reality: Supertransfer Coupling as Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking

  The spontaneous signal is non-decaying with the probabilities of detecting various number of photons to be neither normal nor Poisson. The detected probabilities in a signal of Parmeliatinctorum match with probabilities expected in a squeezed state of photons. It is speculated that an in vivo nucleic acid molecule is an assembly of intermittent quantum patches that emit biophoton in quantum transitions. The distributions of quantum patches and their lifetimes determine the holistic features of biophoton signals, so that the coherence of biophotons is merely a manifestation of the coherence of living systems.

Rajendra P. Bajpai

  The values indicate that the quantum state of photon emitted by the subject could be a coherent state in the subject being investigated. 

Biophotons and Emergence of Quantum Coherence—A Diffusion Entropy Analysis  


 Adams, Betony; Petruccione, Francesco (2020). Quantum effects in the brain: A review. AVS Quantum Science, 2(2), 022901–. doi:10.1116/1.5135170 

 Polaritons are arousing tremendous interests in physics and material sciences for their unique and amazing properties, especially including the condensation, lasing without inversion and even room-temperature superfluidity. Herein, we propose a cell vibron polariton (cell-VP): a collectively coherent mode of a photon and all phospholipid molecules in a myelin sheath formed by glial cells. Cell-VP can be resonantly self-confined in the myelin sheath under physiological conditions. The observations benefit from the specifically compact, ordered and polar thin-film structure of the sheath, and the relatively strong coupling of the mid-infrared photon with the vibrons of phospholipid tails in the myelin. The underlying physics is revealed to be the collectively coherent superposition of the photon and vibrons, the polariton induced significant enhancement of myelin permittivity, and the resonance of the polariton with the sheath. The captured cell-VPs in myelin sheaths may provide a promising way for super-efficient consumption of extra-weak bioenergy and even directly serve for quantum information. These findings further the understanding of nervous system operations at cellular level from the view of quantum mechanics.


 Song, Bo; Shu, Yousheng (2019). Cell vibron polariton resonantly self-confined in the myelin sheath of nerve. Nano Research, (), –. doi:10.1007/s12274-019-2568-4  

 Zarkeshian, P. (2021). Photonic approaches to multi-party entanglement in solids and learning in the brain (Unpublished doctoral thesis). University of Calgary, Calgary, AB.

  We found that the glutamate-induced biophotonic emissions presented a spectral blueshift from young to old mice, suggesting that the brain may transform to use relatively high-energy biophotons for neural information transmission and processing during the ageing process. Such a change may lead to a gradual decrease in the efficiency of the nervous system and provide a new biophysical mechanism for explaining the ageing-related changes in cognitive functions.

  We argue that chemo brain results from damage to tubulin within microtubules. This damage can occur directly from tubulin inhibitors such as taxanes, epothilones or vinca alkaloids. Other chemotherapies stimulate increased mitochondrial activity and biophoton release. This results in abnormal tryptophan metabolism and excess production of neurotoxic kynurenines, which, in turn, damage microtubules.

 such molecules arranged in their native microtubule configuration exhibit a superradiant lowest exciton state, which represents an excitation fully extended on the chromophore lattice. We also show that such a superradiant state emerges due to supertransfer coupling between the lowest exciton states of smaller blocks of the microtubule. In the dynamics we find that the spreading of excitation is ballistic in the absence of external sources of disorder and strongly dependent on initial conditions. The velocity of photoexcitation spreading is shown to be enhanced by the supertransfer effect with respect to the velocity one would expect from the strength of the nearest-neighbor coupling between tryptophan molecules in the microtubule. Finally, such structures are shown to have an enhanced robustness to static disorder when compared to geometries that include only short-range interactions. These cooperative effects (superradiance and supertransfer) may induce ultra-efficient photoexcitation absorption and could enhance excitonic energy transfer in microtubules over long distances under physiological conditions.


 The vacua appearing in SSB, the macroscopic order, are interpreted as the memory storage in QBD.

 It follows that humans may represent an additional, previously unrecognized source of weak (1–10 nT) ambient ELF magnetic fields.

 The locally induced magnetic field between electron magnetic dipole moments of delocalized electron clouds in neuronal domains is complementary to the exogenous electromagnetic waves created by the oscillating molecular dipoles in the electro-ionic brain. In this paper, we mathematically model the operation of the electromagnetic grid, especially in regard to the functional role of atomic orbitals of dipole-bound delocalized electrons. A quantum molecular dynamic approach under quantum equilibrium conditions is taken to illustrate phase differences between quasi-free electrons tethered to an oscillating molecular core. We use a simplified version of the many-body problem to analytically solve the macro-quantum wave equation (equivalent to the Kohn-Sham equation). The resultant solution for the mechanical angular momentum can be used to approximate the molecular orbital of the dipole-bound delocalized electrons. In addition to non-adiabatic motion of the molecular core, ‘guidance waves’ may contribute to the delocalized macro-quantum wave functions in generating nonlocal phase correlations. The intrinsic magnetic properties of the origins of the endogenous electromagnetic field are considered to be a nested hierarchy of electromagnetic fields that may also include electromagnetic patterns in three-dimensional space. The coupling between the two-brains may involve an ‘anticipatory affect’ based on the conceptualization of anticipation as potentiality, arising either from the macro-quantum potential energy or from the electrostatic effects of residual charges in the quantum and classical subsystems of the two-brains that occurs through partitioning of the potential energy of the combined quantum molecular dynamic system.