Volume 14 No 1 (2016)
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The Third State: Toward a Quantum Information Theory of Consciousness
Scot D. Forshaw
The question of how our perceived reality is constructed and subsequently how our mind has evolved such that we are able to both perceive and subsequently alter our own causality or even our own evolution within this reality has been a long running open question. Referred to as “The Hard Problem”. There have been many theoretical interpretations on the nature of causal self-observance – hereafter referred to as 'consciousness'. The current paper introduces the reader to the indeterminable operator - “The Third State”.
information theory, chaos theory, non-linear systems, quantum consciousness, probability theory, quantum cosmology
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