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Thus such a superposition cannot be made to vanish outside the sphere of finite radius,
but rather influence outside the biological systems. If the brain is a quantum computer system
functioned by superluminal photons, it can be entangled with each other via the tachyon field
created from the quantum vacuum around it according to the property of non-locality. Thus it
is considered that superluminal photons in the brain meditate the long-range physical
correlations so that the coherent region inside the brain would behave as inseparable whole,
and the human brain can be supposed to function as a macroscopic quantum dynamical
system (tachyon network) which can attain much higher performance compared with the
computer system utilizing electrons as shown in Figure 10.
The warm and wet inner environment of the brain does not allow any long-time
entanglement and superposition of two functional units from the conventional physical
mechanism as pointed by the Tegmark's calculation result and thus we must search for other
mechanism, for example, via superluminal photons called tachyons.
If this mechanism is true for the brain function, we can obtain the possibility to realize
much more efficient computer systems like a human brain by utilizing evanescent photons.
On the basis of the theorem that the evanescent photon is a superluminal particle, the
possibility of high performance computation in biological systems has been studied. From the
theoretical analysis, it is shown that the biological brain has the possibility to achieve large
quantum bits computation at the room temperature compared with the conventional
processors. Hence it is considered that the human brain can attain high efficient computation
compared with the silicon processors.
However it is still remained a question how to determine a qubit in the brain, how it is
related to a functioning neuron and how to determine the difference between memory
registers and processing units in the brain, and these questions must be clarified by further
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