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Serbsta: What's the role of G3 in terms of pinpointing this apex?
A Model of the Quantum-Classical and Mind-Brain Connections,
and of the Role of The Quantum Zeno Eﬀect in the Physical
Implementation of Conscious Intent.
A simple exactly solvable model is given of the dynamical coupling between a person’s classically
described perceptions and that person’s quantum mechanically described brain. The model is based
jointly upon von Neumann’s theory of measurements and the empirical ﬁndings of close connections
between conscious intentions and synchronous oscillations in well separated parts of the brain. A
quantum-Zeno-eﬀect-based mechanism is described that allows conscious intentions to inﬂuence
brain activity in a functionally appropriate way. The robustness of this mechanism in the face of
environmental decoherence eﬀects is emphasized.
The basic problem of the philosophy of mind, and indeed of all philosophy, is to un-
derstand the connection of our conscious thoughts to the physically described world. No
feature, conﬁguration, or activity of the physical world, as it is conceived of and described in
classical physics, is the experiential quality that characterizes our conscious thoughts, ideas,
and feelings. Something beyond the classically conceived physical world seems to be needed
in the full inventory of what exists.
In this model the causal eﬀectiveness of our conscious intentions rests heavily upon the
quantum Zeno eﬀect. This is a strictly quantum mechanical eﬀect that has been advanced
elsewhere[5, 6, 7, 8, 9] as the dynamical feature that permits “free choices” on the part of
an observer to inﬂuence his or her bodily behavior.
The point, here, is that quantum mechanics has a built-in connection between a conscious
intent and its physical eﬀects. This connection is tied to the process 1 probing actions, whose
dynamical eﬀects are speciﬁed by the quantum dynamical rules. Therefore our conscious
intentions do not stand outside the dynamics as helpless, impotent witnesses, as they do in
classical physics, but have speciﬁed dynamical eﬀects. We are now in a position to examine
what these eﬀects are.
Originally posted by Maegnas
reply to post by Scott Creighton
Maegnas: According to this, the triangle formed should have its own significance, no?
Maegnas: I mean, they went through all that trouble to erect 3 pyramids just to mark this triangle...
Maegnas: ...for what? Is there anything "special" on the "points" of this triangle?
Originally posted by Scott Creighton
.... This triangle seems to be implied via the concavities of Khufu (G1) & Menkaure (G3) pyramids acting as indicators to latent triangle centroids. When we employ the 3 most ancient centroids to the 3 Giza pyramid centres this is the ONLY triangle we can reconstruct (with the barycentre through G1/G2 centre).
PE: When the pyramids were completely encased these concavities would not have been seen (am I correct?), which leads me to believe that the concavities were never meant to be seen. And too, that the only way to see these features is from high altitudes or satellite images...
Originally posted by Scott Creighton
At the end of the day, the Giza Centroid Alignment is simply a hypothesis to offer an explanation for the very unique concavity features of G1 & G3. I readily accept that it may be completely off the mark. But I do not consider that it would be harmful to anyone for us to have a peek under the sands at the triangle's apex. Or would it?
Originally posted by summerbreeze.ddp
reply to post by serbsta
Hawass should not be allowed to speak on the subject. I found this link that theorized the the Arc of the Covenant would have fit perfectly into the empty "toomb" in the King' s Chamber.
I have heard this more than once that the Arc was a capacitor and the Pyramid was a power station with the Arc as it's power source.