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originally posted by: ManyMasks
Is DNA conscious? Some theories say everything is conscious.... But let's imagine if our dna was only tied to one bloodline, would this restriction cause us to evolve at a slower rate than those whose DNA has been unrestricted and allowed to mix with all, some esoteric thought says we can communicate with past incarnations through every strand in the Web of our journey, so maybe if our bloodline was of an original and only bread within, then it would not only be detrimented in its knowledge from the past be hindered in its evolution....
So who's more advanced, a bloodline from a royal past with strict breading patterns, or the rest of us.... Or is there no difference.
My opinion is that diversity encourages growth and evolution.
Hameroff proposed that microtubules were suitable candidates for quantum processing. Microtubules are made up of tubulin protein subunits. The tubulin protein dimers of the microtubules have hydrophobic pockets that may contain delocalized π electrons. Tubulin has other, smaller non-polar regions, for example 8 tryptophans per tubulin, which contain π electron-rich indole rings distributed throughout tubulin with separations of roughly 2 nm. Hameroff claims that this is close enough for the tubulin π electrons to become quantum entangled. During entanglement, particle states become inseparably correlated.
Hameroff originally suggested in the fringe Journal of Cosmology that the tubulin-subunit electrons would form a Bose–Einstein condensate. He then proposed a Frohlich condensate, a hypothetical coherent oscillation of dipolar molecules. However, this too was rejected by Reimers' group. Hameroff then responded to Reimers. "Reimers et al have most definitely NOT shown that strong or coherent Frohlich condensation in microtubules is unfeasible. The model microtubule on which they base their Hamiltonian is not a microtubule structure, but a simple linear chain of oscillators." Hameroff reasoned that such condensate behavior would magnify nanoscopic quantum effects to have large scale influences in the brain.
Hameroff proposed that condensates in microtubules in one neuron can link with microtubule condensates in other neurons and glial cells via the gap junctions of electrical synapses. Hameroff proposed that the gap between the cells is sufficiently small that quantum objects can tunnel across it, allowing them to extend across a large area of the brain. He further postulated that the action of this large-scale quantum activity is the source of 40 Hz gamma waves, building upon the much less controversial theory that gap junctions are related to the gamma oscillation.
originally posted by: ManyMasks
So who's more advanced, a bloodline from a royal past with strict breading patterns, or the rest of us.... Or is there no difference. My opinion is that diversity encourages growth and evolution.
originally posted by: vethumanbeing
originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: ManyMasks
Anyone who thinks a chemical is 'so advanced', isn't.
Is a chemical an element? Moscovian 115 is FUN!.