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Cumulative Residual Photon Power Density of ~10-12 W·m-2 During Mild “Distress” in the Same Space: Implications for Temporal Entanglement
Blake T. Dotta, Lukasz M. Karbowski, Nirosha L. Murugan and Michael A. Persinger
The potential for entanglement of photons generated within the space-time continuum to remain as residuals of photon flux density within the same space requires excess correlations between successive temporal increments. Our model predicted that the quantitative relationship with the fundamental quantity of 10-20 J multiplied by the inverse diffusivity from the wave impedance and magnetic susceptibility of space and the electron orbital frequency would reflect excess correlation
photon emissions, entanglement, excess correlations, mice, biophotons
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