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Berman, B. (2014). Theory on the Physics of Consciousness. PHILICA.COM Article number 409.

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Theory on the Physics of Consciousness

Brad G. Bermanunconfirmed user (Oregon State University)

Published in neuro.philica.com

This paper discusses the physics of the mechanism by which extra-sensory inputs, presented to the synapses of the brain of sentient beings, results in a background flow of consciousness. It is herein being proposed that space-time contains a complex structure that the neural physiology of the brain has evolved to interact with, resulting in externally initiated streams of thought. It is also proposed that space-time, particularly the flow of time, has structure and density, a result of the presence of the mass-point background of the entire universe.

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The gravity point matrix of the background of the entire universe has resulted not only in what we call space-time (Mach’s principle), but has resulted in a universal manifold structure of dynamic “Lagrangian pico points” that have, over all time, textured this entire space-time. These points comprise a matrix that is measured as the average Permittivity and Permeability of space-time, as well as provide very small inertial holes in space-time in which the 5% of the universes’ atoms have become trapped. [1][2]

This matrix plenum of potential energy “holes” interacts with matter on many scales of size, particularly the synaptic brain interfaces at the level of size from 1 to 10 nanometers. The “size” of these space-time “holes” can also be measured as an electric field potential, embedded within the Permittivity of space-time.

Please bear with the author in considering the following trivial story as an aid in discussing the physics of consciousness. In so doing, we shall bake several hypothetical “apple pies”. The ingredients are:

- The universe, comprised of our surrounding invisible space-time

- The Permittivity and Permeability (PxP) properties of that space-time

- The 5% of the universe comprised of atomic matter (the “flour” and “apples”)

- The infinite number of Lagrangian-type (pico) null point “holes” that texture the PxP of space-time, created by the (5%) mass-point background of the universe


* Instructions for creating a life-sized pie:

- Build a virtual ideal pie structure from out of unused, empty PxP pico holes

- Fill these empty pie “holes” with raw atoms (the “flour” and “apples”), thereby trapping the atoms within these pico point inertial wells


* Instructions for creating the concept of “pie-ness”

- Present the same virtual ideal pie structure to the synaptic neural interfaces, down at the 1 to 10 nanometer scale of size

- Allow the presented virtual pie to assemble a pie thought, utilizing the raw materials of the chemistry within the brain’s neural structure chain


* Instructions for assembling a pie at a remote location:

- Assemble, then project an ideal prototype pie that will simultaneously exist “here” as well as “out there” due to the universal ubiquitous nature of holes and electric energy levels

- The empty prototype structure “out there” will then fill with atoms from that remote location

- The remote pie can be monitored and manipulated, utilizing the “local” prototype, due to simultaneous energy levels existing “here” and “out there” (entanglement physics)

(Search: Lagrangian points, P-type semiconductor holes, Permittivity, Permeability, entanglement)


From out of the above, many questions come to the fore:

A. What are Lagrangian pico points, as presented within this article?

B. Where do the Lagrangian pico points come from; how do pico points arise from out of the background gravity point structure of the universe?

C. How can these prototype structures possibly be size-independent?

D. How do the pico points interact with the synaptic interfaces of the brain?


The possible answers:

A. The standard definition of Lagrangian points: gravitational null areas result from the positions of two large objects, like the earth and the sun. Within an L-point, a small object can be placed and it will remain trapped there in that eddy because the gravity is null; the forces have been “cancelled out”.

Lagrangian points are similar to the concept of standing waves. There are places where waves come together and peak and there are places where they cancel, just like null points. Standing waves are places in time and space where things come together and either cancel or amplify. Consider the plethora of pico null points resulting from the existence, positions, and interactions of all the mass points of the universe.


B. Lagrangian pico null points herein are defined as the infinity of very tiny null “traps” that exist because of the gravitational points of the trillion trillions of massive objects in the universe, resulting in a standing wave matrix of holes making up all of space-time. These are merged together like soap bubbles in a bath, resulting in a structure of the PxP of space-time and perhaps are measured in electron volts in size.

These pico points “trap”, then imbue atoms with inertia, and that inertia provides the material universe of our enduring present with a “predestination prototype” that is constantly being fed “future information” from out of the changing dynamics of the star-point background of the universe. They also comprise the structure of time itself such that the morphogenesis of thoughts are identical to the morphogenesis of complex living things that arise from out of raw genetic material, as time passes. [3] The positions of the mass points of the universe holographically determine which empty pico points will contain atoms, and what their morphology will become. [2]


C. One major feature of a hologram is that objects projected from out of a hologram are independent of the size of the holographic structure, as any piece of hologram can project the entirety of its embedded image.

A major feature of a field of pico points is that their size is not measured only in nanometers. This means that their structure is conserved, independent of the size of a physical object they may encounter, just as voltage is independent of the size of an object it encounters. The properties of atoms are identical throughout the universe just as 0.6 volts here on earth is 0.6 volts on far-away galaxies, as proven by the properties of incoming photons. Thus, pico null points are size-independent.


D. The faces of the brain’s synaptic gaps at the size level between 1 and 10 nanometers act as tiny switchboards, which when encountering the structure of the Lagrangian pico points, allows or disallows a synapse to fire, and which of its chemical neurotransmitters will amass. Thus is the way the space-time hologram is “decoded”, allowing for “virtual image size independence”.

Being a neural temporal diffraction grating, the brain acts as a holographic emulation system. Thus, thinking is both a simulated artifact of the neural structure in the brain but primarily is a feature arising from out of the space-time Lagrangian null point fabric. Thoughts are actual potential energy field “structures” occupying our surrounding space-time. At the exact moment the structure of space-time interacts with the neurotransmitter chemicals within the synaptic gap is where and when higher consciousness manifests within the animal brain; a concept begins to formulate. Further processing integrates past and present experience with new information, resulting in the ongoing phenomena of consciousness, as a thought builds and matures down the neuron chain.


Higher conceptual consciousness arises from the synapses and associated structures of the brain that are interacting with the holographic structure of space-time, down at the 1 to 10 nanometer scale of size. This is a level of size (just above the Bohr radius) where identical atoms and molecules just begin to personalize into molecular structures. Through molecular morphogenesis, the force of form of the ubiquitous space-time structure assembles thoughts in the same way that living objects are assembled from out of genetic raw materials. [3] The same mechanism that is continuously building complex living structures from out of raw genetic material is responsible for formulating the thoughts and ideas that arise from out of our continuous streams of consciousness. The morphology of our surroundings and the morphology of our thought worlds manifest simultaneously from out of the holographic structure, down at the level of size of the synaptic gap.

*As a thought experiment: shrink the entire universe (10E26 meters diameter) down to one meter in size. At this scale, there would still be about 5% mass, but the size of our galaxy would be scaled down from 10E16 meters to 10E-10, or 1 nanometer in diameter. The size scale of the brain’s synaptic gap is on the order of 1 to 10 nanometers. For what it is worth, this tells us that, if our universe were to be focused downwards into our small “microscopic” level along the size spectrum, the Milky Way would just fit inside the synaptic gap.


[1] Berman, B. (2014). Accessing ESP - Theory and Guide to Your Personal Internet, smashwords.com, ISBN: 9781310484698

[2] Berman, B. (2012). Theory on The Eternal Mind, smashwords.com, ISBN: 9781301896820

[3] Berman, B. (2013). The Holographic Time Structure and Systems Biology Morphogenesis, PHILICA.COM Observation number 80

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