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Macroscopic singularities

  1. Jul 12, 2004 #1
    Hello Physics Geniuses,
    Can any of you explain the physics of nonlocality as it applies to macroscopic systems - such as a human being and human consciousness? We have an increasingly apparent anomaly in psychology/psychiatry which is an apparent singularity: realtime networks of real people connected at many levels - consciousness, verbal conversation and kinetic (telesomatic) effects. These connections have been demonstrated in a significant and growing body of
    peer-reviewed studies (some in peer-reviewed medical journals) and no one has the slightest clue as to mechanisms involved!
    I am an experimental psychologist - all ideas and thoughts welcomed.
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