The Superluminal Universe: From Quantum Vacuum to Brain Mechanism and Beyond

Authors: Luigi Maxmilian Caligiuri (Foundation of Physics Research Center and University of Calabria, Italy) and Takaaki Musha (Advanced Science – Technology Research Organization, Japan and Foundation of Physics Research Center, Italy)  

Superluminal Photons Tunneling through Brain Microtubules Modeled as Metamaterials and Quantum Computation

Luigi Maxmilian Caligiuri, Takashi Musha Advanced Engineering Materials and Modeling  

Sonoluminescence Explained by the Standpoint of Coherent Quantum Vacuum Dynamics and its Prospects for Energy Production

Sonoluminescence, or its more frequently studied version known as Single Bubble Sonoluminescence, consisting in the emission of light by a collapsing bubble in water under ultrasounds, represents one of the most challenging and interesting phenomenon in theoretical physics. In fact, despite its relatively easy reproducibility in a simple laboratory, its understanding within the commonly accepted… Continua a leggere Sonoluminescence Explained by the Standpoint of Coherent Quantum Vacuum Dynamics and its Prospects for Energy Production

Quantum Vacuum Dynamics, Coherence, Superluminal Photons and Hypercomputation in Brain Microtubules

Luigi Maxmilian Caligiuri and Takaaki Musha Abstract—Recent researches have shown the theoretical possibility of accomplishing hypercomputation in human brain by using eventual superluminal evanescent photons generated inside brain’s microtubules, using these as quantum waveguides or resonant cavities. Nevertheless, no convincing physical mechanisms has been proposed so far, able to explain the generation of such eventual… Continua a leggere Quantum Vacuum Dynamics, Coherence, Superluminal Photons and Hypercomputation in Brain Microtubules

Superradiant coherent photons and hypercomputation in brain microtubules considered as metamaterials

Luigi Maxmilian Caligiuri and Takaaki Musha Abstract—Several studies have suggested the theoretical possibility of considering human brain as supercomputer using superluminal evanescent photons eventually generated inside its microtubules to manipulate quantum bits in brain. In a previous work we have shown that in the water trapped inside brain microtubules could exist the conditions to allow… Continua a leggere Superradiant coherent photons and hypercomputation in brain microtubules considered as metamaterials

Possible Existence of Superluminal Photons Inside Microtubules and the Resulting Explanation for Brain Mechanism

Takaaki Musha, Luigi Maxmilian CaligiuriD.Georgiev presented an idea that consciousness could be the result of quantum computation via short laser-like pulses controlling quantum gates within the brain cortex. However, he later rejected this theory because the wavelength of super radiant photon emission in the infrared spectrum is two orders of magnitude longer than the size… Continua a leggere Possible Existence of Superluminal Photons Inside Microtubules and the Resulting Explanation for Brain Mechanism