The Macroscopic Challenge for Quantum Computation, Psi, and Non-Local Communication

Psi mediation modeling involves modeling in regards to how psi mediates between a target and an individual.

There have been many types of models constructed throughout the history of parapsychology including theoretical and hypothetical models, which provide a basis for the multitude of theories and hypothesis of paranormal phenomena.

The initial challenge for quantum computation was a constant battle with entropy. As with human beings, the lower the overall entropy of a physical system, the higher the chances that its constituent atoms may become entangled.

Atoms initially utilized for quantum computation typically needed to be at temperatures close to absolute zero [about -459.67°F], but today, materials have been found only requiring temperatures as high as room temperature.

Due to this, physicists are now realizing that quantum effects are far more ever-present in macroscopic systems. This provides physicists with the hope that one day they may discover that Nature has already supplied us with a computer capable of quantum computation, and the only thing left for them to do, is program it.

The direction of this discovery is relatively parallel to the direction of parapsychological research. That is, to seek out the ability to tap Nature in a quantum respect at the macroscopic level as a means to explain the nature of psi and discover how to make the most of psi through practical applications.

Non-local influences exist after particles (such as photons) interact and separate. In addition, when one of the particles post-separation is polarized, the entangled particle instantaneously possesses the same degree of polarization as the other.

No energy or signal is sent between them; instead, the alteration to one quantum twin resulted in the alteration of the other due to a non-local transfer of information. Some attempts to explain psi have been focused on this form of non-local communication.

However, current understandings of precognition tend to hinder this explanation as most parapsychologists believe that precognition is the result of defying the principle of causality (cause and effect), This is contrast to assuming precognition to be the result of experient access to Nature's probabilistic computations in real-time.

If precognition is assumed a result not in defiance of the principle of causality, then we can begin to apply quantum teleportation as a function of the two main problems of parapsychology, specifically of the mediation and the manifestation of psi.


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