DOI: 10.14704/nq.2014.12.3.742

Consciousness, Brain Vibrations and Planck Mass

Janina Marciak-Kozłowska, Miroslaw Kozlowski


In this paper we investigate the brain vibrations as the quantum process. We argue that the brain emits the vibration which strongly depends on the mass of the oscillator. We show that the predominant frequency of the brain vibration omega=12 Hz can be achieved for oscillator with mass of the order of Planck mass. It is interesting to observe that mass of the human neuron is of the order of Planck mass. It seems that there is strong connection of the structure of the Universe and the brain activity. In our paper we showed that the Planck vibration and the brain vibration can be described by the same second order Schrödinger equation.


Brain vibrations; Planck mass

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