|Posted by Holder of the Secrets on April 4, 2016 at 7:05 PM|
Is it really that much of a stretch to say that neurons create a hive-mind consciousness!? To me, this is a perfectly reasonable explanation of how the field of consciousness is created in minds. Washburn (1913) discovered emergent conscious behaviour in amoeba. If single celled organisms like amoeba and paramicium can display learning and adaptive behaviour to their environment, then so can neurons. Neurons are a single-celled organism and in an integral collective, such like on in a human brain, they can communicate with one another. It is not a stretch to think that collectively they can produce hive-mind qualities. This hive-mind generates an emergent field that can explain consciousness. Much like Emergent theories of consciousness, these hive-minds are not reducable back to their individual parts or neurons and explains why consciousness cannot be seen or found inside the brain.
Explaining PSI or ESP phenomena becomes possible now because if two persons are open to each other's fields, then the neurons from one person could communicate with the neural net or hive mind of the other person because the neurons emit a frequency unique to themselves. Light jumps fields, why not consciousness? The only think faster than the speed of light is consciousness.