Quantum Physics Perspective on Electromagnetic and Quantum Fields Inside the Brain

" In reference to Table 1, brain EMF is based on electric signal that has pilot or directional high frequency, short wavelength waves that are locatable or can be determined using few stimuli or trial with noted large evoked electrical (or magnetic) response. Thus, it seems to cover our five basic senses with simpler brain networks. Conversely, light (also a type of electromagnetic spectrum) is regarded as main entity for brain QF. It is diffused or non-directional lower frequency and longer wavelength waves that are unlocatable or non-deterministic or varied. Other features of QF are more symmetry (light feature) and having more complex networks. Thus, QF may play bigger role not in our five common senses, but more in our brain cognitions. With these features (varied, complex, diffused), neuroplasticity is thought to happen more likely in cognitive (language, emotion, memory, attention etc.) than in our five-sense or motor impairments." {Credits 1}

{Credits 1} 🎪 Idris Z. Quantum physics perspective on electromagnetic and quantum fields inside the brain. Malays J Med Sci. 2020;27(1):1–5. https://doi.org/10.21315/mjms2020.27.1.1. This article is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY License).

Last modified on 19-Mar-20

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