Furthermore, quantum non-locality occurring in conscious and subconscious brainfunction has been discovered in recent experiments. What is becoming even moreapparent are speciﬁc functional quantum processes in molecular biology.
What Quantum Mechanics (QM) and Remote Viewing (RV) have in common is thatthey both involve
- where in QM it refers to particle entanglement andin RV to consciousness entanglement.•“QM deals with particles such as electrons and particles of light, called photons.
Particle entanglement means that local measurements by an experimenter on aparticle will instantaneously interact with an entangled particle - no matter howfar apart the particles are.
Einstein's famous insight that mass cannot travel fasterthan the speed of light (this is the "local" environment) does not extend toinformation about entangled particles...some information transfer does occurinstantaneously.•RV deals with target informationprocessed by human consciousnesssuch as sights, sounds, smells,feelings, tastes and concepts.
Consciousness entanglementmeans that local intentions by a viewer on target information willinstantaneously interact withentangled target information - nomatter how far apart the viewerand target are.
Information fromentangled consciousness appearsavailable all the time.”Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophystates:"Quantum entanglement is a physicalresource, like energy, associated with thepeculiar nonclassical correlations that arepossible between separated quantumsystems. Entanglement can be measured,transformed, and puriﬁed.Information from t
he Future and theTransactional Model of QMRemote Viewing deals directly withinformation processed by consciousness.
If you take your
memory as an example -- “take as your target a time and place in your childhood bedroom -- do that now.
Look around the room, beaware of your conscious experience.
You areconsciously processing previously entangled/stored information about your direct experience as a child.
You are the viewer and your entangled experience isthe target.
Memory ﬁts very nicely with the simplelinear model of time that we have come to accept asthe only reality based on our experience