Volume 13 No 1 (2015)
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Neuroquantum Theories of Psychiatric Genetics: Can Physical Forces Induce Epigenetic Influence on Future Genomes?
Kenneth Blum, Eric R. Braverman , Roger L. Waite , Trevor Archer , Peter K. Thanos , Rajendra Badgaiyan, Marcelo Febo, Kristina Dushaj , Mona Li , Mark S. Gold
This paper serves to encourage quantum physicists to engage in psychiatric based research on the brain and its functions (i.e., consciousness, memory, attention). By using physics theorems such as Einstein’s theory of relativity and the string theory, both physicists and geneticists alike may be able to elucidate potential links between components of the universe and their effects on the human brain
quantum physics, theory of relativity, string theory, universe, psychiatric genetics, reward deficiency syndrome, epigenetics
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