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Modeling of Brain Physics

Version 1 : Received: 18 June 2019 / Approved: 20 June 2019 / Online: 20 June 2019 (03:32:22 CEST)

How to cite: Kholmanskiy, A. Modeling of Brain Physics . Preprints 2019, 2019060188. Kholmanskiy, A. Modeling of Brain Physics . Preprints 2019, 2019060188.


The physics of the human brain has two components – basic physics common to all mammals and the physics of thinking inherent only in man. The development of the mental component of the structural and functional organization of the brain in phylogeny was associated with the chiral factor of the external environment, and in ontogenesis - with the social factor. The sensitivity of the brain to these factors was based on the single-connected nature of its aqueous basis, the mechanism of electromagnetic induction, and the features of the thermodynamics of the brain in a state of night sleep. In order to unify the description of the mechanism of electromagnetic processes in the brain, the concept of a quasiphoton has been introduced, combining all forms of excitation of electronic and molecular-cellular structures of the brain. Equivalent schemes of vibrational contours of neural network elements and macrostructures of the brain are proposed. Estimates of the kinetic parameters (activation energy, velocity) of the physical processes underlying the energy-information exchange of the brain with the external environment are made. Mechanisms of operative (physical) and permanent (chemical) memory of the brain, including a model of nonlocal quantum correlations, are discussed.


electromagnetism; brain oscillator; quasiphoton; thermodynamic, kinetic; quantum correlations


Physical Sciences, Quantum Science and Technology

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