Sources of Consciousness
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Om Sources of Consciousness
The phenomenon of consciousness has long been one of the great mysteries of life, perhaps because it is inexplicable in terms of the deterministic theories of classical science. Today there is some consensus that the key to the understanding of the workings of the mind should be sought in the area of indeterministic quantum mechanics, but until recently there has been little substantial progress in unravelling the mystery. This book is the culmination of several decades of research by the authors in the physical sciences, neurosciences and computer sciences, with comprehensive summaries and references to related work by many other scientists, and presents important advances toward solving the problem. Written for the most part in plain language but supported by appropriate symbolism, the book is truly interdisciplinary, designed for the needs of a wide variety of students and scholars. Supplementary MaterialsSoftwareContents:The Mammalian Nervous SystemProperties of Neural PotentialsThe Ionic Transfer of InformationInsights from Invertebrate StudiesAvenues to Artificial IntelligenceFrom Quanta to ConsciousnessAspects of ConsciousnessReadership: Researchers and graduate students in neuroscience, bioscience, cognitive science, mathematics, physical science and chemical science.Key Features:It outlines the start of an entirely new formulation of physics that may solve present problems. One that has been published in journals but not as a bookIt covers most of (astro)physics simply and succinctly so it should be of interest to the scientifically-minded general publicIt is written accessibly for the public, with some cartoons by the author, but also includes some equations to allow interested researchers to make calculations