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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2012.10.1.524

Ten Years of NeuroQuantology: A Long and Narrow Road

Sultan TARLACI

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Journals, like people and other living things, undergo a biographical process. The first seeds of NeuroQuantology were sown in 2001 with a simple web page. In the beginning it didn’t even have a name, and it was introduced experimentally as “New approach to the consciousnessâ€. What was this new approach? It was an approach that blended neuroscience and quantum physics to search with the help of quantum physics for answers to questions which neuroscience could not answer. Following the sowing of this first seed, the word NeuroQuantology was used for the first time in October 2001, and I became the father first of a journal and then of a potential new field of science. The name was as much a product of inspiration as it was of logic. At first, I searched the internet to see if such a word had been used before, but I didn’t come across the term NeuroQuantology. Of course there are plenty of clinical and theoretical terms beginning with neuro-, so I was surprised that this particular expression had not been used previously.

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Ten Years of NeuroQuantology: A Long and Narrow Road

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