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New Thinking Allowed: Consciousness and the Brain, Part One

Is The Mind Best Explained With Quantum Consciousness?

Stuart Hameroff explains human consciousness.

Stuart Hameroff, MD, explains his “Orch OR” theory of quantum consciousness.*

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