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  Journal of Consciousness Exploration & Research| February 2013 | Volume 4 | Issue 1 | pp. 35-44 Burke, R. C., Gauthier, M. Y., Rouleau, N. & Persinger, M. A., Experimental Demonstration of Potential Entanglement of Brain Activity Over 300 Km for Pairs of Subjects Sharing the Same Circular Rotating, Angular Accelerating Magnetic Fields: Verificationby s_LORETA, QEEG Measurements ISSN: 2153-8212 Journal of Consciousness Exploration & ResearchPublished by QuantumDream, Inc.www.JCER.com 35 ArticleExperimental Demonstration of Potential Entanglement of Brain Activity over 300 Km for Pairs of Subjects Sharing theSame Circular Rotating, Angular Accelerating Magnetic Fields:Verification by s_LORETA, QEEG Measurements Ryan C. Burke, Melanie Y. Gauthier, Nicolas Rouleau & Michael A. Persinger * Consciousness Research Laboratory, Behavioural Neuroscience Program,Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario P3E 2C6 ABSTRACT In order to test the presence of excess correlation, or entanglement, pairs of subjects separated by300 km were either exposed or not exposed to specific configurations of circular magnetic fieldswith changing angular velocities that dissociated the phase and group components. When oneperson in the pair was exposed to sound pulses but not to light flash frequencies within theclassical electroencephalographic band, there were discrete changes in power within the cerebralspace of the other person even though they were not aware of the stimulus times and separatedby 300 km. The intracerebral changes that only occurred if the magnetic fields were activatedaround the two cerebrums simultaneously were discrete and involved about single, punctatevolumes of about 0.13 cc (125 mm 3 ). The potential energy from the applied magnetic fieldwithin this volume was calculated to be about 6∙10 -14 J and with an average brain powerfrequency of 10 Hz would result in 6∙10 -13 W. Assuming π∙10 -2 m 2 for the surface area of thecerebrum, this is equivalent to ~2∙10 -11 W∙m -2 . This power density is the same order of magnitude as that associated with photon emission during cognition. Given the average of 6∙10 6  neurons per 125 mm 3 ,   the induced energy is equivalent to about 10 -20 J per neuron. This valuecan be considered a quantum of universal energy and would be congruent with a condition thatcould promote non-locality. Key Words: entanglement; brain; s_LORETA; transcerebral magnetic field stimulation; 10 -20 J 1. Introduction   For many decades the operation of non-locality was assumed to be restricted to the quantumlevel of space-time reactions. However experimental demonstrations of this phenomenon withinmacroscopic objects have been reported. Julsgaard, et al (2001) found the maintenance of spinstates for about 0.5 msec for two volumes of caesium gas each containing about 10 12 molecules.Dotta and Persinger (2012) exposed simultaneous reactions that generated photon emission to *Corresponding author: Dr. M. A. Persinger,mpersinger@laurentian.ca   Journal of Consciousness Exploration & Research| February 2013 | Volume 4 | Issue 1 | pp. 35-44 Burke, R. C., Gauthier, M. Y., Rouleau, N. & Persinger, M. A., Experimental Demonstration of Potential Entanglement of Brain Activity Over 300 Km for Pairs of Subjects Sharing the Same Circular Rotating, Angular Accelerating Magnetic Fields: Verificationby s_LORETA, QEEG Measurements ISSN: 2153-8212 Journal of Consciousness Exploration & ResearchPublished by QuantumDream, Inc.www.JCER.com 36 shared rotating magnetic fields whose angular velocities and phase velocities were dissociated.This condition would arise if the photon displayed a non-zero mass as argued by Tu et al (2005).Dotta and Persinger reported clear experimental evidence of entanglement, defined as thedoubling of photon emissions from the spatially separated reactions when both shared the samemagnetic field configurations. The functional number of molecules involved with the reactions,~10 18 , would have been expected to produce entanglement about a million times longer than theJulsgaard et al (2001) effects. As predicted the duration of the “entanglement” was about 500 s(about 8 min).Entanglement between two cultures of cells separated by non-traditional distances but sharingspecific types of circularly rotating magnetic fields with changing angular velocities wasdemonstrated by Dotta et al (2011). They found that exposure of one population of cells to brightflashing light was temporally contiguous with increased photon emissions from the population of cells housed in the dark several meters away. The increased photon emission from these cells,when cells sharing the same magnetic field configurations were receiving light stimulation inanother room, was about 10 -11 W∙m -2 or when accommodating the width of the cell culture dishand the numbers of cells, about 10 -20 J∙s -1 . When pairs of subjects were exposed to these magneticfield configurations while one of the pair was exposed to flashing light significant increases inphoton emissions from the right hemisphere of the other person in the pair, sitting in the dark inanother room, was clearly measured; this effect did not occur when the fields were not operatingor when the light was not presented. These studies were systematic replications of a previousparadigm (Persinger, et al, 2010) when correlated electroencephalographic cerebral eventsbetween physically and sensory isolated pairs of subjects were observed over the right parietalregions when the other member of the pair was exposed to different frequencies of light flashesbut only if both were yoked to the same circumcerebral magnetic fields.In unpublished experiments Dotta and Persinger demonstrated that the “double photon”emission, when injections of the same amount of reactant occurred simultaneously and bothchemical reactions were exposed to the changing angular velocity circular magnetic fields, wasstill clearly evident when the separating distance was about 3 km. In this instance two differentcomputers operated the rotating magnetic field equipment, thus minimizing the potential role of instrumental artefact. In order to test the potential distance by which entanglement betweenhuman brains might be demonstrated, the following experiment was designed to discern if therewas potential proof for this principle. We reasoned that the effects should be sufficiently strongto be discerned by the most sensitive complex measure of intracerebral activity. This measure,s_LORETA, or standardized Low Resolution Electromagnetic Tomography, reveals the power of different incremental frequencies within regions of the cerebral volume. Although the spatialresolution is 5 mm, the patterns of activation have shown strong validity and concordance withmeasurements by fMRI (functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging).The basic procedure was to expose one of a pair of subjects for brief periods to variousfrequencies of sound or flashes of light while the other member of the pair was unaware of thesepresentations. Quantitative EEG measurements required for the s_LORETA analyses would betaken from that second member, approximately 300 km away, continuously. Both members of   Journal of Consciousness Exploration & Research| February 2013 | Volume 4 | Issue 1 | pp. 35-44 Burke, R. C., Gauthier, M. Y., Rouleau, N. & Persinger, M. A., Experimental Demonstration of Potential Entanglement of Brain Activity Over 300 Km for Pairs of Subjects Sharing the Same Circular Rotating, Angular Accelerating Magnetic Fields: Verificationby s_LORETA, QEEG Measurements ISSN: 2153-8212 Journal of Consciousness Exploration & ResearchPublished by QuantumDream, Inc.www.JCER.com 37 the pair would be exposed to a rotating, circular magnetic field whose frequency modulationwould also undergo changing angular rotation (velocity). If entanglement, that is excesscorrelation, occurred between the two brains that when one person was being exposed to thestimulus there should be a discrete change in power within the brain of the other person, 300 kmaway, but only if the fields were activated. We report here data that support this effect. 2. Methods and Materials   In order to investigate macroscopic entanglement between pairs of strangers separated by 300km, four adult participants between 20 and 25 years of age were recruited (3 male, 1 female).Two participants were located in Sudbury, ON while the other two were situated in Timmins,ON. Participants located in Timmins were designated as stimulus persons while those residing inSudbury were considered response persons. Consequently there were two pairs of stimulus-response persons.Stimulus persons were seated in a dark and quiet room. They were exposed to alternating audioand photo stimulation for periods of 30 seconds. Each interval was followed by 30 secondsduring which time no stimulus was presented. There were three audio stimuli (6Hz, 8Hz, 15Hz),and three photo stimuli (7Hz, 10Hz, 40Hz) which were selected because they representfrequencies that can be measured using quantitative electroencephalography (QEEG). Audio andphoto stimuli were presented with an Apple iPhone 4 using Nature Scenes v3.2 (audio) andFlashlight v2.0.3(photo) applications.Response persons were situated in a similar environment. Their brain activity was monitoredusing a 19-channel cap with electrodes (Mitsar-201) placed according to the 10-20 monopolarsystem throughout the experiment. The data were recorded with a Lenovo ThinkPad laptop (IntelCore i3 CPU M 380@2.53GHz, 2 Cores, 4 Logical Processors). Communication was maintainedby cell phone between experimenters in order to ensure accuracy of time stamps on the EEGdata. To reduce experimenter bias, the investigators in Sudbury were instructed when to markthe EEG output, but were not aware of the type of stimulus being presented in Timmins. Theresponse persons were not aware of what was occurring but sat quietly in the room.Both the stimulus and response persons wore a toroidal magnetic field device (“the halo”) ontheir heads such that the rostral-caudal plane was just above the dorsal ear. The device is shownin Figure 1. Each toroid consisted of 225 turns of 16 gauge stereo wire wrapped around a 10 inchplastic ring. The shape of the magnetic field was modulated using an Arduino Unomicrocontroller. The specific field was a frequency-modulated pattern, similar to the oneemployed by Dotta and Persinger (2012) to create entanglement between photon emissions fromchemical reactions. Effectively this contained 230 amplitude-modulated points (333 Hz, 1.45 Hzcycle), with an average strength of approximately 1 µT, that was phase modulated in 2 msincrements (20 ms delay to 8 ms delay) such that an increase in angular velocity occurred withinthe circular device worn on the heads by the pairs of subjects.  Journal of Consciousness Exploration & Research| February 2013 | Volume 4 | Issue 1 | pp. 35-44 Burke, R. C., Gauthier, M. Y., Rouleau, N. & Persinger, M. A., Experimental Demonstration of Potential Entanglement of Brain Activity Over 300 Km for Pairs of Subjects Sharing the Same Circular Rotating, Angular Accelerating Magnetic Fields: Verificationby s_LORETA, QEEG Measurements ISSN: 2153-8212 Journal of Consciousness Exploration & ResearchPublished by QuantumDream, Inc.www.JCER.com 38 The experimental procedure was repeated two times. During one sequence of 6 stimulus trains (3visual, 3 auditory) both participants in a pair received the complex, physiologically-patternedmagnetic field. During the other sequence, the participants did not receive any field but receivedthe same 6 stimuli in a different order. One pair of subjects received the no field condition firstwhile the other pair received the field condition first.Figure 1- Halo system consisting of 225 turns of 16 gauge stereo wire around a ten inch diameterplastic ring. The toroids were placed around the heads of the stimulus person and the responseperson who were separated by 300 km.The QEEG data was exported for the 15 second segments for each stimulus and the comparabletime immediately preceding each stimulus. The data were analyzed by classical sLORETAsoftware. This software displays 3-dimensional, sagittal, horizontal, and coronal representations(resolution 5 mm) of the cerebral volume for 1 Hz frequency increments between 1 Hz and about30 Hz. The analyses examined the significant changes in brain activity in the response personwhile the stimulus person was being presented with the sound or visual stimuli compared to the15 seconds immediately prior to the presentation. All analyses involved SPSS PC software. 3. Results   The results were very conspicuous qualitatively. There was a significant change in very focalcerebral activity only during the magnetic field condition for only the auditory stimuli for bothpairs of participants. There was no significant change in activity within the cerebrums of theresponse persons between the stimulus periods compared to the previous interval when there wasno field in operation. There was also no significant change for any of the periods involvingvisual stimulation.As can be seen in Table 1, the changes occurred within the cerebrum of the response persons atthe same time the stimulus persons were being presented with the auditory sequences. In Table 1,F refers to the presence of the shared field pattern, NF indicates no shared field pattern, BA
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