QUANTUM PHYSICISTS DISCOVER THE SOUL DOESN’T DIE – IT GOES BACK TO THE UNIVERSE
Things being what they are the human mind could be like a “natural PC,” and that human cognizance might resemble a program which is controlled by a quantum PC inside the cerebrum. Even additionally amazing that after somebody bites the dust, “their spirit returns to the universe, and it doesn’t pass on.”
This is all as per American physicist Dr. Stuart Hameroff and numerical physicist Sir Roger Penrose, both of whom contend that the spirit is kept up in smaller scale tubules of cerebrum cells. The two researchers allude to this procedure as “Coordinated Objective Reduction,” or “Orch-OR.” Allegedly, when people are “clinically dead,” microtubules in the mind lose their quantum state yet are as yet ready to hold the data within them.
This hypothesis was as of late sketched out on The Science Channel’s progressing narrative show Through the Wormhole, in which Dr. Hameroff expounds: “Suppose the heart quits thumping, the blood quits streaming; the smaller scale tubules lose their quantum state. The quantum data inside the smaller scale tubules isn’t decimated, it can’t be annihilated, and it just appropriates and scatters to the universe on the loose.
On the off chance that the patient is revived, resuscitated, this quantum data can backpedal into the miniaturized scale tubules and the patient says ‘I had a close demise understanding.’ If they’re not restored, and the patient passes on, it’s conceivable that this quantum data can exist outside the body, maybe inconclusively, as a spirit.”
Hameroff’s words recommend that human souls are considerably more than negligible “connections” of neurons in the cerebrum. Indeed, this hypothesis shows that these “souls” could have existed since the absolute starting point of time itself. Also, with the greater part of the current disclosures relating to dim vitality and dull issue—substances which people can’t see or cooperate with, yet substances which we know exist, in any case—this hypothesis could wind up clarifying things that are significantly more puzzling and entrancing.