Cluster Computing

, Volume 22, Supplement 3, pp 6599–6607 | Cite as

Research on the interaction between quantum entanglement and thinking consciousness

  • Xiang YibinEmail author


The development of quantum technology has a profound influence on the research of consciousness. Through the analysis of the interaction of various microscopic particles in the universe, the article put forward that all things have an interconnected of non-locality in time and space, and everything in the universe is based on interrelate of quantum entanglement.By analyzing the cellular and nervous system functions of organism body, and the influence of quantum science theories on consciousness, and combining with the research results in related fields, this paper puts forward the following viewpoints: The organism body has a quantum entanglement phenomenon. The phenomenon of biological electricity is closely related to consciousness. Both organism body and non-organism body are conscious, but different populations have different strong and weak consciousness. The strong and weak of thinking consciousness influences the fluctuation of quantum and the size of quantum entanglement degree. Quantum fluctuations also affect the consciousness of organism body and non-organism body, and the entanglement quantum influences the degree of inductance between each other. The combination of quantum entanglement technology and thinking consciousness can realize the interconnection between human beings and universe. Consciousness may be affect the results measured when people observe in quantum mechanics. But the macroscopic world mainly adopts the laws of classical physics to solve the problems in life. The law of quantum physics and the law of classical physics can affect people’s life together under certain conditions. No matter what angle of view the material world, it is real, the universe is not illusory.


Microscopic particles Cells Quantum entanglement Organisms body and non-organisms body Thinking consciousness 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Information Science and EngineeringHunan International Economics UniversityChangshaPeople’s Republic of China

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