Quantum Nonlocality, Einstein–Podolsky–Rosen Argument, and Consciousness
Narayanan Kutty Karuppath, Achuthan Panajikunnath
Indeterminacy, entanglement, non-locality and objective reality are the broad areas in quantum physics that have some bearing to the reality of consciousness. If consciousness has a tangible effect on matter, it should not be considered as taboo to talk about it in physics. We postulate free-will to be the characteristic feature of consciousness, the existence of which can be mathematically modeled and studied. In this paper we argue that, in the light of present developments, both quantum mechanics and cosmology point to a Consciousness Controlled Cosmos.