DOI: 10.14704/nq.2016.14.1.905

Origin of Consciousness and Zero Point Field

Tapan Das

Abstract


Yukawa coupling of scalar fields of Nambu-Goldstone bosons and Dirac fields of electrons creates interference pattern. Nambu-Goldstone bosons emerge from the quantum electric dipole field of the brain triggered by small energy of brain wave. The electrons come from the axons of neurons. The collapse of the interference pattern creates consciousness. This consciousness merge with supreme consciousness which is zero point energy. It has been experimentally proven that zero point energy exists even at absolute zero temperature. The author postulates that this zero point energy not only exists in our universe but also outside the universe and was there even before Big Bang which created our universe. Big Bang theory assumes that universe is created from nothing. Since something cannot be created out of nothing, the author postulates that our universe was created from zero point energy. This zero point energy is the supreme consciousness where our consciousness merges after every event.

Keywords


consciousness; OrchOR model; quantum field theory; Yukawa coupling; zero-point energy

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