Human Quantum Consciousness | Quantum neurocomputing theory

Questions about the origin of consciousness and the mechanism of its work are, perhaps, as old as philosophy. Many philosophical theories, from the dualism of Rene Descartes to the emergent theory of John Searle, have repeatedly attempted to define the nature of consciousness. And always, over many centuries of the existence of human civilization, these global and eternal issues have generated many disputes.
According to modern scientific concepts, consciousness is a product of the functioning of the brain, while the brain itself is the result of natural selection and long evolution.
Our distant ancestor, a skilled man Homo habilis, had a brain with a volume of 650 cubic centimeters; at present, the brain volume of most people is within 1500 and a half thousand cubic centimeters.
Thus, over millions of years, as a result of a random coincidence of circumstances and a random search of various biochemical combinations, our brain has undergone significant changes.
Nevertheless, many scientists believe that the accidental emergence of a complex human organism on Earth is in principle rather doubtful, and a simple mathematical calculation shows that the probability of such a “random synthesis” is negligible.
This is probably why there have always been serious researchers in the scientific world who believe that the evolutionary process develops according to the scheme of nomogenesis (that is, according to a pre-drawn plan, and not exclusively as a result of the so-called “natural selection”).
In addition, some experts are of the opinion that consciousness is by no means a biochemical, neuromagnetic or any other function of a purely material substance called the “human brain”, but something more mysterious …….

Want even more information

Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Pinterest