Miroslaw Kozlowski is the professor –emeritus of the Warsaw University.
Institute of Electron Technology, Warsaw Poland
Professor Janina Marciak-Kozłowska is the professor at the Institute of Electron Technology. She is the author and the co-author of the five monographs and 250 scientific papers devoted to the study of the matter at the extremelly conditions.
On the Temperature of the Brain Waves: Is there Any Connection with Early Universe?
Miroslaw Kozlowski, Janina Marciak-Kozlowska
In this paper new description of the emission of the brain waves is proposed. We consider the brain as the source of electromagnetic waves with frequencies 0.5 to 100 Hz and amplitude 110 to 4 µV The spectrum of the brain waves is analyzed with the help of the semiclassical model: the probability of the emission of the photons is propotional to the (amplitude)2 and the frequency of the brain waves is quantized according to formula E=hv,where E is the brain photon energy in eV, h=Planck constant, w=2 π v, v is the frequency in Hz. As the result the temperature of the brain waves can be calculated, T=10-14 eV. For the photons emitted by brain we propose, following Levy-Leblond and Balibar name quantons.