Volume 13 No 1 (2015)
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Do Receptor Proteins Store Holographic Data in the Brain?
Philippe Anglade and Yamina Larabi-Godinot
Recent technological tools using the properties of quantum phenomena opened new ways in biology. Among them, various devices of holographic optogenetic stimulation offered an outstanding opportunity for vision restoration and neural networks probing. However, the putative involvement of quantum phenomena in the brain functioning has not so far been investigated. This is all the more surprising as tunneling electron transfers between photosynthetic or respiratory chain molecules and holographic photoreceptor proteins are well substantiated in biophysics
receptor proteins, electron interference, holographic data, brain, rhodopsi
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