NeuroQuantology 1 (1):4-9 (2003)
|Abstract||We show that consciousness may violate the basic quantum principle, according to which the nonorthogonal quantum states can't be distinguished. This implies that the physical world is not causally closed without consciousness, and consciousness is a fundamental property of matter.|
|Keywords||consciousness panpsychism quantum mechanics|
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