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A theoretical model for considering the role of hemoglobin and other spinors in exchanging spin waves between brain and heart.

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posted on 2023-02-21, 10:17 authored by Massimo Fioranelli, Alireza Sepehri, Maria Grazia Roccia, Aroonkumar Beesham, Dana Flavin, Hijaz Ahmad

It has been known that both brain and heart produce magnetic fields however, intensity of heart magnetic field is more.  The question arises that what is the relation between heart and brain waves. We answer this question by suggesting a  theoretical model which use of hemoglobins and other spinors as packages of information and spin waves for  exchanging information between heart and brain. In this model, heart genes within heart cells control motions of  charged ions and their spins. By motions of these electrical and spinor ions, both electrical and magnetic waves are  emerged. Electrical waves produce known action potentials and magnetic waves force on iron atoms within  hemoglobins and electrons on other biological objects and induce spin waves and information in multigonal structures  around them. Hemoglobins and other spinors are carried by blood cells and liquid molecules and move from heart to  brain. Near neurons within the brain, magnetic spins within the hemoglobins and spinors force into ions and cause to  their motion towards cells. These ions pass the neuron membranes, force on ionic packages and cause that some new  ions become free. These charged/spinor ions produce electrical currents between neurons and emit some magnetic and  electrical waves around the brain. We have done some calculations which show by increasing height differences  between two mans, time differences for exchanging information between brain and heart increase. This result is related  to local entanglement between spinors. However, there is additional non-local entanglements between spinors on the  heart and spinors on the brain. These entanglements may be produced through two ways: 1. Some spinors within blood  vessels and nerve systems may join to each other and form several strings. Any change in one of spins within this string,  cause to changes in all spins. Thus, information could be transmitted between brain and heart immediately. 2. In  addition to classical magnetic field which is produced by charged currents, there is another quantum magnetic field  which is produced by spinors. This quantum wave couldn’t be detected by present devices, however any change in  spinors on the heart cause to a change in quantum magnetic field and spinors on the brain. This is a theoretical model  and could be a proposal for scientists to test it. 

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