Project Quantum Light

Project Quantum Light

Project Lead: Pamela Menges
Division: Engineering & Physical Sciences
Group: Frontier Physics
Description:

This project has the goal of defining Quantum neurogenic light speed controllers using ANM based technology. This is a form of non-photonic quantum computer. Previous examples of this research have included NASA funded studies to control flapping wing flight and morphing vehicles. Theoretically a neurogenic q-bit is controlled by a symbiosis of human-machine or AI-machine interface. Neurogenic coming from neurogenesis indicating the adaptive and emergent nature of a “q-bit based artificial neuron”. The most advanced starship may be a type of time machine and the “neuron” is assumed to be nature’s first temporal controller. The human brain is itself a type of time machine with the capability to interface with the universe. Studies have been done in the past such as those completed by the previously Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) Laboratory.

Some work has continued with SQUIDS and other instrumentation through DARPA, and private research companies. This work is described in references such as “Margins of Reality” (YEAR) which covers the early work by Jahn and Dunne. Their paper, “A Modular Model for Mind/Matter Manifestations (M5)”, describes some of this work and was published by the Society for Scientific Exploration, Vol. 15, No. 3, YEAR.

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