DOI: 10.14704/nq.2012.10.3.570

Remote State Preparation of Mental Information: A Theoretical Model and a Summary of Experimental Evidence

Patrizio E. Tressoldi, Andrei Khrennikov

Abstract


The aim of this paper is to define in theoretical terms and summarise the available experimental evidence that physical and mental "objects", if considered "information units", may present similar classical and quantum models of communication beyond their specific characteristics. Starting with the Remote State Preparation protocol, a variant of the Teleportation protocol, for which formal models and experimental evidence are already available in quantum mechanics, we outline a formal model applied to mental information we defined Remote State Preparation of Mental Information (RSPMI), and we summarise the experimental evidence supporting the feasibility of a RSPMI protocol. The available experimental evidence offers strong support to the possibility of real communication at distance of mental information promoting the integration between disciplines that have as their object of knowledge different aspects of reality, both physical and the mental, leading to a significant paradigm shift in cognitive and information science.

NeuroQuantology | September 2012 | Volume 10 | Issue 3 | Page 394-402

Keywords


remote state preparation; quantum mechanics; mental information; communication at distance

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