DOI: 10.14704/nq.2014.12.3.766

Entanglement Between Bio-Photons and Tubulins in Brain: Implications for Memory Storage and Information Processing

Mohsen Ostovari, Abolfazl Alipour, Alireza Mehdizadeh

Abstract


Entanglement is an integral part of the quantum information processing and quantum computations that have been proposed to take place in the brain. Microtubules and photons are agents that have been mainly discussed as related factors in quantum computations of the brain. In the present article, we report the dynamical behaviour of entanglement between Tubulin states and bio-photons and their implication for the previously proposed memory storage in Microtubules. We had used Von-Neumann entropy to quantified entanglement and we showed that the degree of such entanglements depend on coupling constant (/Lambda ), detuning (/Delta ) and number of bio-photons. The entanglement between bio-photon and tubulin in human brain is controlled by coupling constant in different parts of brain.

Keywords


Bio-photon; Tubulin; Microtubule; Entanglement; 'Orch OR' model

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