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The Resource The superluminal universe : from quantum vacuum to brain mechanism and beyond, editors, Luigi Maxmilian Caligiuri, and Takaaki Musha (Foundation of Physics Research Center (director), University of Calabria, Italy, and others)

The superluminal universe : from quantum vacuum to brain mechanism and beyond, editors, Luigi Maxmilian Caligiuri, and Takaaki Musha (Foundation of Physics Research Center (director), University of Calabria, Italy, and others)

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The superluminal universe : from quantum vacuum to brain mechanism and beyond
Title
The superluminal universe
Title remainder
from quantum vacuum to brain mechanism and beyond
Statement of responsibility
editors, Luigi Maxmilian Caligiuri, and Takaaki Musha (Foundation of Physics Research Center (director), University of Calabria, Italy, and others)
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Editor
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Language
eng
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DLC
Dewey number
539
Index
index present
LC call number
QC407
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Caligiuri, Luigi Maxmilian
  • Musha, Takaaki
Series statement
Classical and quantum mechanics
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  • Light
  • Quantum theory
  • Relativity (Physics)
  • Vacuum
  • Consciousness
  • SCIENCE
  • Consciousness
  • Light
  • Quantum theory
  • Relativity (Physics)
  • Vacuum
Label
The superluminal universe : from quantum vacuum to brain mechanism and beyond, editors, Luigi Maxmilian Caligiuri, and Takaaki Musha (Foundation of Physics Research Center (director), University of Calabria, Italy, and others)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • THE SUPERLUMINAL UNIVERSE FROM QUANTUM VACUUM TO BRAIN MECHANISM AND BEYOND ; THE SUPERLUMINAL UNIVERSE FROM QUANTUM VACUUM TO BRAIN MECHANISM AND BEYOND ; CONTENTS ; PREFACE ; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ; Chapter 1 THE POSSIBLE EXISTENCE OF SUPERLUMINAL WORLD BEYOND THE LIGHT "BARRIER" ; ABSTRACT ; INTRODUCTION; 1.1. EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCES OF FASTER-THAN-LIGHT SIGNALS ; 1.2. FASTER THAN LIGHT MOTION AND THEORY OF RELATIVITY; 1.2.1. Faster Than Light Propagation and Causality Principle ; 1.2.2. Meta-Relativity ; 1.3. FASTER THAN LIGHT SIGNALS AND TUNNEL EFFECT ; 1.4. DISCUSSION ; CONCLUSION
  • Chapter 3 EXTRAORDINARY CAPABILITIES OF HUMAN BRAIN BASED ON THE HYPOTHESIS OF SUPERRADIANT PHOTONS AND SUPERLUMINAL PARTICLES AND THE INTERPRETATION OF MICROTUBULES AS METAMATERIALS ABSTRACT ; INTRODUCTION ; 3.1. QUANTUM COMPUTATION UTILIZING SUPERLUMINAL PHOTONS ; 3.2. POSSIBILITY OF QUANTUM COMPUTATION IN HUMAN BRAIN ; 3.3. BRAIN MICROTUBULES AS METAMATERIALS AND PHOTONS TUNNELING AMPLIFICATION ; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES ; Chapter 4 SUPERLUMINAL FIELD FROM QUANTUM VACUUM AND THE EMERGENCE OF "SUPERCOHERENCE" ; ABSTRACT ; INTRODUCTION
  • 4.1. QED COHERENT EVOLUTION OF A GENERIC MATTER AND ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD COUPLED SYSTEM AND THE ORIGIN OF QUANTUM FLUCTUTATIONS 4.2. COHERENT AND INCOHERENT MATTER-ELECTROMAGNETIC COUPLED QUANTUM FLUCTUATIONS ; 4.3. THE SPECTRUM OF QUANTUM FLUCTUATIONS; 4.4. THE EMERGENCE OF "SUPERCOHERENCE" ; CONCLUSION ; REFERENCES ; Chapter 5 THE POSSIBILITY TO REALIZE AN HYPERCOMPUTER BY USING SUPERLUMINAL PHOTONS ; ABSTRACT; INTRODUCTION ; 5.1. DECOHERENCE TIME OF SUPERLUMINAL COMPUTATION ; 5.2. HYPERCOMPUTATIONAL SYSTEM BY SUPERLUMINAL COMPUTATION
  • 5.3. HOLOGRAPHIC MEMORY FOR SUPERLUMINAL COMPUTATION 5.4. COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE FOR SUPERLUMINAL COMPUTATION ; CONCLUSION ; REFERENCES ; Chapter 6 HUMAN AND COSMIC CONSCIOUSNESS FROM THE STANDPOINT OF SUPERLUMINAL FIELDS CONCEPT OF THE UNIVERSE ; ABSTRACT ; INTRODUCTION ; 6.1. SUPER-COHERENT ORGANISMS VIA TACHYONIC FIELD ; 6.2. POSSIBILITY TO TRANSFER INFORMATION VIA THE OUTER SUPERLUMINAL FIELD ; CONCLUSION ; REFERENCES ; Chapter 7 MATTER AS SUPERRADIANT PHASE TRANSITION OF QUANTUM VACUUM, THE CMH MODEL AND THE COSMIC BACKGROUND RADIATION ; ABSTRACT ; INTRODUCTION
Control code
945586130
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781634847711
Lccn
2016014489
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)945586130
Label
The superluminal universe : from quantum vacuum to brain mechanism and beyond, editors, Luigi Maxmilian Caligiuri, and Takaaki Musha (Foundation of Physics Research Center (director), University of Calabria, Italy, and others)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • THE SUPERLUMINAL UNIVERSE FROM QUANTUM VACUUM TO BRAIN MECHANISM AND BEYOND ; THE SUPERLUMINAL UNIVERSE FROM QUANTUM VACUUM TO BRAIN MECHANISM AND BEYOND ; CONTENTS ; PREFACE ; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ; Chapter 1 THE POSSIBLE EXISTENCE OF SUPERLUMINAL WORLD BEYOND THE LIGHT "BARRIER" ; ABSTRACT ; INTRODUCTION; 1.1. EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCES OF FASTER-THAN-LIGHT SIGNALS ; 1.2. FASTER THAN LIGHT MOTION AND THEORY OF RELATIVITY; 1.2.1. Faster Than Light Propagation and Causality Principle ; 1.2.2. Meta-Relativity ; 1.3. FASTER THAN LIGHT SIGNALS AND TUNNEL EFFECT ; 1.4. DISCUSSION ; CONCLUSION
  • Chapter 3 EXTRAORDINARY CAPABILITIES OF HUMAN BRAIN BASED ON THE HYPOTHESIS OF SUPERRADIANT PHOTONS AND SUPERLUMINAL PARTICLES AND THE INTERPRETATION OF MICROTUBULES AS METAMATERIALS ABSTRACT ; INTRODUCTION ; 3.1. QUANTUM COMPUTATION UTILIZING SUPERLUMINAL PHOTONS ; 3.2. POSSIBILITY OF QUANTUM COMPUTATION IN HUMAN BRAIN ; 3.3. BRAIN MICROTUBULES AS METAMATERIALS AND PHOTONS TUNNELING AMPLIFICATION ; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES ; Chapter 4 SUPERLUMINAL FIELD FROM QUANTUM VACUUM AND THE EMERGENCE OF "SUPERCOHERENCE" ; ABSTRACT ; INTRODUCTION
  • 4.1. QED COHERENT EVOLUTION OF A GENERIC MATTER AND ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD COUPLED SYSTEM AND THE ORIGIN OF QUANTUM FLUCTUTATIONS 4.2. COHERENT AND INCOHERENT MATTER-ELECTROMAGNETIC COUPLED QUANTUM FLUCTUATIONS ; 4.3. THE SPECTRUM OF QUANTUM FLUCTUATIONS; 4.4. THE EMERGENCE OF "SUPERCOHERENCE" ; CONCLUSION ; REFERENCES ; Chapter 5 THE POSSIBILITY TO REALIZE AN HYPERCOMPUTER BY USING SUPERLUMINAL PHOTONS ; ABSTRACT; INTRODUCTION ; 5.1. DECOHERENCE TIME OF SUPERLUMINAL COMPUTATION ; 5.2. HYPERCOMPUTATIONAL SYSTEM BY SUPERLUMINAL COMPUTATION
  • 5.3. HOLOGRAPHIC MEMORY FOR SUPERLUMINAL COMPUTATION 5.4. COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE FOR SUPERLUMINAL COMPUTATION ; CONCLUSION ; REFERENCES ; Chapter 6 HUMAN AND COSMIC CONSCIOUSNESS FROM THE STANDPOINT OF SUPERLUMINAL FIELDS CONCEPT OF THE UNIVERSE ; ABSTRACT ; INTRODUCTION ; 6.1. SUPER-COHERENT ORGANISMS VIA TACHYONIC FIELD ; 6.2. POSSIBILITY TO TRANSFER INFORMATION VIA THE OUTER SUPERLUMINAL FIELD ; CONCLUSION ; REFERENCES ; Chapter 7 MATTER AS SUPERRADIANT PHASE TRANSITION OF QUANTUM VACUUM, THE CMH MODEL AND THE COSMIC BACKGROUND RADIATION ; ABSTRACT ; INTRODUCTION
Control code
945586130
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781634847711
Lccn
2016014489
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)945586130

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