Microtubules (green) can be understood as the nervous system of a cell, able to rearrange themselves to change cell shape, and grow extensions like axons or dendrites. Information, or consciousness, is non-local to the biological receiver in much the same way as a the waves of certain radio station is non-local to a radio antenna. Biocrystalline microtubule is tuned to specific resonant frequencies of the spacememory field, determining a frequency of information received and emitted


Out Of Interest:


George Hammond

Microtubules were discovered when a microscopist
invented a new stain that made them visible inside cells.
Before that we presumed cells were only full of water. In
fact the microtubules form a vast skeletal framework inside
the cell. Microtubules are long cylinder structures only 20
nanometers in diameter and hollow inside. Stuart Hameroff
began studying them back in the 1970’s and has published
voluminous research on the subject and made many fundamental
discoveries, not the least of which is that these
microtubules are composed of bistable Tubulin molecules
which can act as computer switches. Hence, the entire
cytoskeleton inside a human cell is actually a gigantic
molecular computer. Sir Roger Penrose was quite
instrumental in bringing this to the public attention with
his 1994 book where he pointed out that the microtubule
computer inside a single neuron cell has about the same
switching capacity as the switching capacity of the entire
brain. So what we previously thought was the capacity of
the brain, has now been “squared” from 10^15 bits/sec to
10^30 bits/sec. This is an astronomical increase in brain
power that we had never been unaware of!

According to them, the microtubule computer system actually
creates consciousness itself. They believe that high level
conscious information is moving through the micotubules via
microwaves at what has now become known as Froehlich’s
Frequency 10^12 Hz or even higher in the infrared optical
range. Naturally these signals travel at the speed of
light. What this means is that inside each cell is a vast
optically connected solid state computer operating at about
10^12-10^15 Hz. A truly amazing discovery

But what we want to know here is whether or not this
amazing discovery has anything to do with the age old
question of Life After Death? And yes, I say it does. In
fact I surmise that this newly discovered system finally
presents us with a credible scientific explanation of how
Life After Death can beat the dead brains can’t dream
problem and actually work. As I guessed in the beginning,
the microtubule system is simply so fast it can actually
beat death! So now; how does it do this?

First; how fast is it? Answering that is simple
arithmetic. The neuronal firing frequency in the brain is
known to be about 1 kHz. On the other hand, the uT’s are
connected by microwaves (Froehlich’s Frequency 10^12 Hz) or
even infrared to visible optical signals. The uT’s act as
hollow “waveguides” for this optical signal (4)(Jibu et all
1993). This can be as high as 10^12 to 10^15 Hz. Take the
upper figure, 10^15 Hz. Immediately we see that this is
10^15/10^3 = 10^12 = a factor of a trillion times faster
than our neuronal firing frequency. This means that the uT
system can transmit information a trillion times faster than
our neuron brain cells can!

So consider this: Let us suppose the uT system were
to provide us with a 3 year long Afterlife dream. How long
would it take for the uT system to download such a thing?
Well, the uT system is one trillion times faster than the
neuronal system and since 3 years is about 100 million
seconds, it would take 10^8/10^12 = one tenth of a
millisecond! This is fast. After all it takes your desktop
computer at least 10 seconds to download a movie like Gone
With the Wind from the Internet. So the uT system is a very
fast computer indeed!

The uT system then, could send you to Heaven
for 3 years in less time than a lightening bolt could kill
you! This mechanism is so fast it is actually capable of
beating death!

As a matter of fact it is apparently “failsafe”.
This is because it turns out that the fastest a person can
theoretically die is on the order of a nanosecond. The
Gamma Ray burst from an Atomic Bomb for instance would take
one nanosecond to traverse your head because it is moving at
the speed of light which is about one foot per nanosecond.
Even if you were vaporized in a nanosecond, you would arrive
in Heaven for 10^-9 x 10^12 = 1000 seconds = 17 minutes.In
the absolute worst case, you would get to spend 17 minutes
in Heaven! This biological mechanism is what is called

uT consciousness is the only
consciousness still existing after neuronal “flatline”

Every cell in the body is interconnected by
“gap junctions” so the microwave uT download from the brain
floods the entire body. And by the way human memory is now
believed to reside in the solid state structure of the uTs
(5)(Craddock et al 2012) so that all of lifetime memory is
already present.

Thus, for the first time in
the history of the subject we finally have a concrete
scientific solution to the “dead brains can’t dream”
objection. It is no longer a valid scientific roadblock.

Now, there is no way you can scientifically prove
this mechanism is correct at the present time, but I do
think there is enough existing data to put a scientific
probability on it. My opinion is that there is something
like 1 chance in 3 that this theory is actually correct and
that there is a literal life after death

From the last chapter of The Scientific Proof of God
COPYRIGHT George Hammond 2014

Source – http://alt.sci.physics.narkive.com/e0PyWHoB/evidence-microtubules-cause-life-after-death

Further Reading:  http://www.quantumconsciousness.org/

The nature of consciousness remains deeply mysterious and profoundly important, with existential, medical and spiritual implication. We know what it is like to be conscious – to have awareness, a conscious ‘mind’, but who, or what, are ‘we’ who know such things? How is the subjective nature of phenomenal experience – our ‘inner life’ – to be explained in scientific terms? What consciousness actually is, and how it comes about remain unknown. – StuartHameroff MD





Abstract: In the 20 years of the Journal of Consciousness Studies
(JCS) I‘ve been deeply involved with the conference series ‘Toward a
Science of Consciousness’ (TSC), and the ‘orchestrated objective
reduction’(Orch OR) theory of consciousness with Sir Roger Penrose.
Thanks in large part to JCS and TSC, an interdisciplinary field of
Consciousness Studies has emerged. Regarding the science underlying consciousness, most theories view neuronal membrane and synaptic activities in the brain as its essential currency. However, in Orch
OR, consciousness derives from deeper-order, finer-scale quantum
computations in microtubules inside brain neurons which 1) regulate
neuronal membrane and synaptic activities, and 2) connect brain processes to fundamental space-time geometry, the fine-scale structure of
the universe. Here I tell the story of my 40-year obsession with consciousness, and conclude, confidently, based on new evidence, that
the biology, biophysics, and neuroscience of Orch OR are largely correct, and that consciousness occurs due to quantum vibrations in
brain microtubules. If the connection to fundamental space-time
geometry is also validated, Orch OR may provide a bridge between
neuroscience and more spiritual approaches to consciousness.

Source – http://quantum.webhost.uits.arizona.edu/prod/sites/default/files/SHameroffJCSConscMicroandOrchORASpacetimeOdyssey2014.pdf#overlay-context=content/peer-reviewed-articles



The researchers Hameroff, Penrose, and Bandyopadhyay grouped microtubule vibrations from functioning neurons to play musical instruments of the Indian culture. Hameroff states,

“Consciousness depends on harmonic vibrations located in microtubules inside neurons, much like certain types of Indian music, but not like music from the western culture.”

Further reading; Quantum Decoherence Mathew Fisher -Link  SPIN





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