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Volume 11: Pages 422-425, 1998
A proposed experiment concerning non local correlations between a quantum observer and another person
Fred H. Thaheld a)
2780 Kaveagh Ct., Cameron Park, California 95682, USA
Several studies suggest that there are nonlocal Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen correlations between human brains and that the brain has a macroscopic quantum component. To achieve this correlation, unrelated pairs of subjects were allowed to meditate (interact) together, separated, and one subjects was subjected to photostimulation. When the stimulated subject showed distinct evoked potentials, an electrophysiological brain response produced by a sensory stimulus, the non-stimulated subject showed transferred potentials. An improvement is recommended to this procedure by using identical twins who already might be expected to have a similar correlation due to having shared a common fertilized egg. This might remove the necessity for the use of any interaction through meditation. In addition and for the first time, subjects will be permitted to be observers in a quantum mechanical experiment. The experiment is proposed to see if nonlocal correlations can be achieved between a quantum observer, observing the random decay of a radioactive atom, and another person.
Keywords: evoked potentials, transferred potentials, identical twins, quantum observer, photostimulation, EPR nonlocal correlations
Received: January 5, 1998; Published online: December 15, 2008