DOI: 10.14704/nq.2017.15.3.1047

Consciousness as a Function of Brain Waves and Physical Constant Conscire

Tapan Das

Abstract


This article proposes that a physical constant Conscire C - derived from the Latin con (with) and scire (to know) - working on the brain waves creates consciousness in us. This is similar to the other physical constants - Gravitational constant G creating gravitational force between two masses, Boltzmann constant K converting absolute temperature to kinetic energy, Planck constant h converting light frequency ν to energy hν, etc. Consciousness does not exist if there are no brain waves. The Conscire C multiplied by the brain wave frequencies creates the brain energy and consciousness energy. As the brain wave frequency increases, consciousness energy increases. The unit of Conscire C has been given. But the actual value of Conscire C could not be given since the values of brain wave energies at different brain wave frequencies have been not been measured yet.

Keywords


Consciousness, Conscire C, Neurons, Brainwaves, Orchor Model, Cerebral Cortex, Physical Constants

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