DOI: 10.14704/nq.2017.15.3.1102

Biological Origin of Consciousness and a Physical Model of Human Brain

Jianfeng Li

Abstract


The biological origin of consciousness is discussed based on my previous theory of consciousness, which predicts that there will be trillions of small systems in our brain each of which is temporarily identical to the entity of the consciousness. Possible experiments are suggested to test this theoretical prediction.

Keywords


Dark Matter; Identical Particle; Hard Problem; Combination Problem

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Supporting Agencies

I thank the financial supports from NSFC (No. 21534002, 21474021).



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