From Photosynthesis and Magnetoception to Psychopathology, Free Will and Consciousness: Advances in Quantum Biology and Questions for the Future
Over the ten years that NeuroQuantology has been operating, significant strides have been made in advancing our understanding of quantum processes in the biological world, but despite these advances, many questions remain unanswered, particularly when it comes to NeuroQuantology (NeuroScience + QuantumPhysics) and the hard problem of consciousness, leaving many mysteries to be explored over the next ten years. The last decade has produced some significant work showing how quantum effects can occur in biological systems, with advances in three areas utilizing three of the key ideas from quantum physics having been particularly prominent in the media, although often with a certain amount of controversy.
NeuroQuantology Latest Issue September 30, 2013 Published
Quantum Link Between Photons That Don't Exist at the Same Time
Conventional entanglement links particles across space. Now physicists say a similar effect links particles through time. Physicists have long known that quantum mechanics allows for a subtle connection between quantum particles called entanglement, in which measuring one particle can instantly set the otherwise uncertain condition, or "state," of another particle—even if it's light years away. Now, experimenters in Israel have shown that they can entangle two photons that don't even exist at the same time.
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Ten Years of NeuroQuantology: A Long and Narrow Road
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 consciousness”. 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.