From the theory that is presented it follows logically an electromagnetic mind theory because all the data process is mediated by electromagnetic fields, that they are the perfect substrate that represent the mental activity.
The authors propose a theory that is based in previous findindings. As it can be read in another paper that mention the present one  (note 1):
" Bandyopadhyay was inspired to design the fractal computer by studying the inside of neurons. He isolated individual microtubules and measured their resonance properties . He found three distinct resonance bands in the megahertz range (figure 3). Microtubules are composed of tubulin proteins. Similarly, tubulin proteins resonate in three distinct frequency bands, but in the gigahertz range. Most intriguing, he found that interfacing with a single tubulin protein in one of these frequencies altered the resonant properties of the whole microtubule. When he measured large bundles, or networks, of microtubules, he found, yet again, a triple resonance band in the kilohertz range. Although not directly tested, these macroscopic resonance properties may orchestrate with resonant frequencies at the microtubule level. This model gives rise to a picture of biology as a fractal computer. Activity at any level will affect the entire system."
The theory has the potential to integrate most of the different electromagnetic interactions, resonances, and effects that are reviewed on this web. For example, water (it's exclusion zones and coherent domains) can participate in this construct as a layer to add, DNA and its electrical properties could pertain to another layer, etc.
As they put in the Abstract:
" .. Our hardware is a multilayered seed structure. If we open the largest seed, which is the final hardware, we find several computing seed structuresinside, if we take any of them and open, there are several computing seeds inside. We design and synthesize the smallest seed, the entire multilayered architecture grows by itself. The electromagnetic resonance band of each seed looks similar, but the seeds of any layer shares a common region in its resonance band with inner and upper layer, hence a chain of resonance bands is formed (frequency fractal) connecting the smallest to the largest seed (hence the name invincible rhythm or Ajeya Chhandam in Sanskrit). The computer solves intractable pattern search (Clique) problem without searching, since the right pattern written in it spontaneously replies back to the questioner. To learn, the hardware filters any kind of sensory input image into several layers of images, each containing basic geometric polygons (fractal decomposition), and builds a network among all layers, multi-sensory images are connected in all possible ways to generate 'if' and 'then' argument. Several such arguments and decisions (phase transition from 'if' to 'then') self-assemble and form the two giant columns of arguments and rules of phase transition. Any input question is converted into a pattern as noted above, and these two astronomically large columns project a solution. The driving principle of computing is synchronization and de-synchronization of network paths, the system drives towards highest density of coupled arguments for maximum matching. Memory is located at all layers of the hardware. Learning, computing occurs everywhere simultaneously. Since resonance chain connects all computing seeds, wireless processing is feasible without a screening effect. The computing power is increased by maximizing the density of resonance states and bandwidth of the resonance chain together. We discovered this remarkable computing while studying the human brain, so we present a new model of the human brain in terms of an experimentally determined resonance chain with bandwidth 10−15 Hz (complete brain with all sensors) to 10+15 Hz (DNA) along with its implementation using a pure organic synthesis of entire computer (brain jelly) in our lab, software prototype as proof of concept and finally a new fourth circuit element (Hinductor) based beyond Complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) hardware is also presented."
 Riddle, J (2015) Fractal Cognitive Triad: The Theoretical Connection Between Subjetive Experience and Neuronal Oscillations / Cosmos and History: The Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy, vol. 11, no. 2, 2015
(note 1) The paper is not listed in this website because it proposes a quantum based mind, in this web quantum effects are taken in consideration, and non-local phenomena may be mediated by quantum effects, that are provoked by similar electromagnetic environment, but is not taken as a basis for a mind because, as undifferentiated, it can't have concrete thoughts, and the mechanism for its action on cells is excessively elaborated and specific to microtubules.
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