Name: Huping Hu & Maoxin Wu
Affiliation: Biophysics Consulting Group
Abstract Title: Concerning Spin as Mind-pixel: How Mind Interacts with the Brain through Electric Spin Effects
Abstract: We first explore, within the framework of spin-mediated consciousness theory, how mind influences the brain through proactive spin processes. Our thoughts are that the manifestation of free will is intrinsically associated with the nuclear and/or electron spin processes inside the varying high electric voltage environment of the neural membranes and proteins which likely enable the said spin processes to be proactive, that is, being able to utilize non-local energy/potential and quantum information to influence brain activities in defiance of the second law of thermodynamics. Since classical brain activities are largely electric, we next explore a more specific model of mind-brain interaction in which electric spin effects in the varying high-voltage electric fields inside neural membranes and proteins mediate mind-brain input and output processes. Electric spin effects are effects of electric fields on the dynamics/motions of nuclear/electron spins and related phenomena. We suggest that the input processes in said electric fields are possibly mediated by Dirac-Hestenes electric dipoles and/or spin transverse forces both of which are associated with the nuclear/electronic spin processes. We then suggest that the output processes, that is, the proactive spin processes, in said electric fields possibly also involve Dirac-Hestenes electric dipole interactions in said electric fields and Dirac negative energy extraction processes, as shown by Dan Solomon, of nuclei/electrons besides non-local processes driven by quantum information suggested by us previously. We propose that these output processes modulate the action potentials, thus influencing the brain, by affecting the cross-membrane electric voltages and currents directly and/or indirectly through changing the capacitance, conductance and/or battery in the Hudgkin-Huxley model. These propositions are based on our own experimental findings, further theoretical considerations, and studies reported by others in the fields of spintronics, high-energy physics and alternative energy research.