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Parallel worlds, information fields, collective intelligence in the neural picture of the world

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    In the atomistic picture of the world, the concept of parallel worlds is expressed in the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics, where the Universe is represented by an endlessly dull set of monotonous and disparate atomistic worlds, between which it is impossible to exchange information, let alone travel. In the neural picture of the world, parallel worlds are presented in the form of separate neural layers controlled by a single higher center through which information exchange and travels of a developed personality is possible. At the same time, the concepts of the information fields and the collective mind are legitimized. The prospect of modeling and research of these concepts opens.

  Parallel worlds, information fields,
  collective intelligence in the neural picture of the world
  In the atomistic picture of the world, the concept of parallel worlds is expressed in the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics, where the Universe is represented by an endlessly dull set of monotonous and disparate atomistic worlds, between which it is impossible to exchange information, let alone travel.
  In the neural picture of the world, parallel worlds are presented in the form of separate neural layers controlled by a single higher center through which information exchange and travels of a developed personality is possible. At the same time, the concepts of the information fields and the collective mind are legitimized. The prospect of modeling and research of these concepts opens.
  The concept of parallel worlds in the neural picture of the world is fundamentally different from how such worlds are considered in the atomistic picture of the world - in the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics [1,2].
  There are indeed infinitely many worlds in this interpretation. But all the atomistic worlds remain dead, wretched, dull - in which the existence of life, and even more so of a developed personality, is impossible. Even from the infinity of dead worlds, life and personality cannot appear.
  But even if one admits the existence of a personality in the atomistic picture of the world, this personality cannot actually feel the multivariance of the Universe, because there is no macroscopic connection between the atomistic worlds. For example, this unfortunate cat who is alive in one world and not in another. It would seem that these two worlds are connected by a common wave function - a superposition of two basic states of a cat - alive and dead. But in practice, this common wave function instantly splits into two separate branches and between these basic states no link remains.
  As a result, the multivariance of the atomistic Universe exists only at the microlevel - until the wave functions of particles in these worlds are still coherent. But the exchange of information between coherent objects is impossible. To transmit a significant amount of information, you need at least several successively completed events - for example, dots and dashes in Morse code. And the completion of the event destroys the coherence of the wave function. Therefore, only one bit of information can be transmitted through a coherent object, which, in principle, cannot be distinguished from unremovable quantum noise. That is, if in our laboratory the particle counter clicks only once, we will not be able to unambiguously assert that this single bit was transmitted from a parallel world, and did not fly through all obstacles from the edge of the Universe. For an unambiguous statement, it is necessary to accept some text of the telegram - such as the famous "Heinrich Hertz". But the coherence of the state of the object will be destroyed after the first click, so the exchange of information at the micro level is impossible. And at the macrolevel - for a cat, and even for large biomolecules - all the more so there can be no connection between parallel atomistic worlds, because there is no coherence of wave functions. And apart from these functions, no other connection is provided in atomism. And since there is no connection, then in fact there is no multivariance of the Universe. The atomic worlds remain scattered, it is impossible to exchange information between them, let alone travel of a developed personality.
  Attempts to represent transitions in parallel worlds through extravagant solutions of Einstein's equations [1] have no scientific justification, since within the framework of atomistic field theory, no one even asks the obvious question - how the letter t in these equations is related to the psychological and biological sense of time and space for the observer. Why is this observer, after any rotations or accelerations, suddenly finds himself in the past or future world? The transformations of the letter t by themselves do not mean anything yet - it is still necessary to link these transformations with the model of the conscious observer [3], which has not yet been done in the atomistic worldview.
  In fact, the atomistic picture of the world subconsciously assumes a model of the observer, completely consisting of elementary particles. The interaction between these particles will be delayed during acceleration, so the observer's biorhythms will slow down. Less heart pounding - and he supposedly will not be as old as his motionless brothers. However, no one has yet proven that even the observer's body is entirely composed of particles. So far it has been proven only that from this body it is possible to pinch off a minimum portion of matter in the form of an elementary particle [12]. And the personality of the observer is all the more fundamentally excluded from the atomistic picture of the universe [4]. Therefore, all the idle fictions about mole holes and worm holes are at least premature.
  But it is not enough for us to recognize the multivariance of the Universe only at the micro level. One would also like to travel through parallel worlds. Is it possible? We remember the statement that in addition to our usual world, there are other worlds that have a pronounced reality. These are the worlds created by creative imagination throughout the history of mankind. Is a macroscopic connection still possible? Is an exchange of essential information between these worlds possible also?
  This connection can be traced in the neural picture of the world [6-8].
  Here, in addition to the observed three-dimensional world, there is also an unobservable, invisible world. Both of these worlds - visible and invisible - are represented as neural layers of the global neurocomputer. The observed (physical) world is a primitive three-address neural layer, in which the internal observer of the network registers the flow of events in three-dimensional space [7]. The body of this inner observer also belongs to the physical layer. But the personality of the observer is contained in more developed, invisible (for the internal observer, of course), but also neural layers [8]. This personality (soul, if you will) controls the physical body until the neural connections from soul to body are cut off. At the same time, the nervous system with visible neurons observed in the physical world is a weak semblance of a powerful invisible neural layer, in which decisions on the control of the personality are actually made. And the visible brain only quickly accepts and executes these decisions in the visible world. As Sheldrake teaches - the brain is like a radio receiver or (in modern terms) a modem [9-10].
  Thus, the entire universe - everything visible and invisible - is arranged similarly - in the form of neural networks. Only the power of these networks is different. In such a multilayer neural network, the operation of instantaneous (on one cycle of a neurocomputer) creation of an infinite number of additional physical neural layers is possible, which at the moment copy the state of the current layer, but then each layer develop in its own way. These will be parallel worlds in the neural picture - from elementary particles to physical universes.
  Even in the physical world, teleportation of elementary particles is in principle possible [11]. It is logical to assume that in a similar way, it is possible to transfer the control of a developed personality from one physical world to another - parallel. To do this, it is enough to slightly change the addressing of connections of the higher personal layer with the physical layer in the neural database. And the body of the internal observer of the neural network will instantly find itself in a parallel, rather similar, but still different physical world.
  Of course - easy to say - change a little. But how to do that? Here the pitcher of my insignificant thoughts shows the bottom. For now, let's restrict ourselves to the prospect that such operations, in principle, do not contradict the foundations of the neural picture of the world. Perhaps later, internal observers of neural networks will still learn to do this - through science or other methods of cognition. Now let's consider the possibilities of communication between parallel physical worlds in the neural picture.
  This connection is possible through the personality of the observer, which maintains its integrity in the invisible world. Let us emphasize that the connection is not through the wave functions of the particles, of which the observer supposedly consists. But through higher neural layers, not directly observed in physical experiments, but constituting the essence of both individuals and their community as a whole [8]. These higher neural layers form an invisible world, which is one and complete, while there can be an infinite number of physical neuron worlds.
  In the atomistic universe, all the set of parallel worlds are equivalent - there is no control center. In the neural picture, only the physical worlds are equivalent - here they are just as parallel to each other as in atomism. But all the governing connections of the physical neurons converge to the higher layers of the unified invisible world. Neural connections in the physical neurolayer uniquely correspond to the wave function of the object in the atomistic picture of the world. But in atomism there is nothing but physical connections and cannot be. And in the neural picture of the world, apart from physical connections, nothing prevents us from assuming the presence of much more developed higher personal layers. This is precisely the fundamental difference between the neural picture and the atomistic one.
  Thus, the observer will be able to travel through parallel physical worlds and return back through the higher invisible world - while maintaining the integrity of personality and memory. In this case, there will be no paradoxes of causality. All these trips will be virtual. Everything that happens in parallel worlds will have almost no physical consequences for the real world, except for the memory of these travels. However, this is not so little. Memory is the only permanent entity in the physical world, the only thing that binds the passing stream of disparate events into something integral. It is the memory of the inner observer that can provide a weak, but still quite distinct relationship between the physical neuron worlds. This relationship, expressed by the corresponding matrix of neural connections, should be weak enough so that the parallel worlds are still separate, without significantly overlapping each other. And, at the same time, this relationship can provide some interference between parallel worlds. Eventually, the traveler can preserve the memory of his wanderings through parallel worlds and realize that this is not delusion, but reality.
  But then the question arises - what is the difference between virtuality and hallucination? Where is reality?
  Apparently, there can be no other answer than - it is dangerous to go on such trips alone. A sense of reality can only be provided by the mutual consistency of a sufficient number of interacting individuals. Otherwise, each of the alone travelers will go crazy. The totality of all interconnected, mutually coordinated higher personal layers that control the physical parallel neurons, as a result, constitutes a single information field of the Universe.
  In the atomistic picture of the world, this concept is pseudoscientific. Because there is no macroscopic connection between parallel worlds and, therefore, there can be no field expressing this connection.
  In the neural picture, connections between worlds are expressed in the form of a matrix of connections between neural layers. This matrix creates a physical basis for the concept of the information field. For physical objects, such a matrix in the nonrelativistic case corresponds to the interaction Hamiltonian, that is, the physical field [8]. For more complex objects, this matrix of connections provides some information interaction, which, by analogy with physics, can be called an information field. However, in order to avoid misunderstandings and natural irritation of specialists in atomistic field theory, it is better to avoid intrusion into the terminology firmly staked out by them and switch to the language of neural signals and connections. That is, it is better to say not "field", "interaction", but "neural layer", "neural connections".
  Rejection by academic science of Sheldrake's ideas is primarily associated with similar irritation from his use of the term "morphological field" [10]. What is the field, how to measure it? Where are its particles, which is the scattering matrix? The transition to neural terminology will remove this irritation both for the morphological and for the information field, and in general for many hypotheses that are still shocking. Everyone will mind their own business. Professional theorists - by specific bookkeeping of the balance of scattering diagrams, and those who are interested in non-standard issues - by the development of quantum ideas and concepts from applied physics to the philosophy of nature.
  For example, for identical particles, in addition to their own wave function, there is a generalizing array of neural connections, which ensures their identity. For electrons, this is the multiplication table of basic quaternions [7] - only 16 lines. More developed personalities are controlled by more powerful fragments of an invisible neural network. At the same time, they can also be controlled by both individual and generalizing neural layers. For example, a single individual is governed by both his own personality and generalized personalities such as family, gender, people, company, school class [8]. This multi-level management provides the physical basis for the concept of collective intelligence.
  For example, how does a scout bee tell its fellows the path to honey collection? In the 1960s, there were popular science films that she supposedly shows the directions and turns of flight in a special dance. But who in a hive of many thousands can see these dances? 5-10 bees no more. In the neural picture, it is obvious that with this collective dance the scout bee tunes the swarm to access a specific neural layer in which she recorded the flight program. With a similar dance, the Indians are tuned in to hunt or fight, so that later they can act together, as if anticipating a supernatural relationship. This relationship is also carried out through a certain neural layer that is common for the entire tribe. The electrons refer to the multiplication table of basic quaternions [7] as if for an instruction - what to do on the next step of the neurocomputer. Likewise, members of a swarm, tribe, or team also refer to some invisible neural layer (which is conveniently called the collective mind of a given community) to instantly coordinate further actions. The synchronized flight of a flock of pigeons is also coordinated instantly in a similar manner - by exchange of invisible information. If the exchange of any visible information was used, the flock of pigeons would undoubtedly get entangled and crash.
  Here is a sick mongrel, who has spent all his life on a chain, escapes into a forest unknown to her and there he looks for medicinal herb. Atomists say that the program for this search is written in her genes. But this is impossible. In the rigid molecular structure of a gene, only a rigid program can be written. But the unfortunate dog is guided by an undeniably flexible, trainable search program. In the neural picture, it is obvious that the dog is connected to a generalized personal neurolayer - the collective mind of all dogs of all time.
  The soccer players play each by themselves, team actions do not add up in any way. Irritation, reproaches, desperately waving their hands ... But fans turn on the stands and every glimpse of mutual understanding is supported by a powerful, yet undeserved delight. Failures meet with comfort and encouragement. And the untalented team from the second league, recruited before our very eyes, acquires a single rhythm of the game, inexplicable consistency and bright audacity. A resonance between the team and the tribune develops before our eyes.
  The more the fans cheer, the brighter the team plays. And every successful action in turn enhances the delight of the stands. Players and tribunes are tuned to a single control neural layer and - all together! - can outplay a much cooler opponent, whose game, on the contrary, is suppressed and falls apart.
  All these examples show the action of the collective intelligence of a bee swarm, tribe, family, team. In the atomistic worldview, this concept is again pseudoscientific, even if we assume a multi-world interpretation. The atomist can only assume quantum interference between parallel variants of the same brain. But even this hypothesis does not stand up to criticism, because brain activity is provided by sufficiently large biomolecules, which are classical objects, the interference between the states of which is practically impossible. And there is absolutely nothing to unite the brains of individuals into a collective mind in the atomistic worldview. Assumptions of information exchange (such as psi-radiation) with some collective intelligence, which supposedly also exists somewhere in the visible physical world (otherwise there is no place to imagine it - there is no invisible world in atomism! [12]) - are simply ridiculous.
  But even if we imagine that this collective mind is hidden somewhere in dark matter, in the atomistic picture it will remain something incomprehensible and completely inaccessible. And in the neural picture, the collective mind, as the essence of the invisible neural world, can be modeled and virtually explored (of course, by external creator, not an internal observer). At the same time, it is obvious that the collective mind, although much more powerful than the visible image of the nervous system, is structured in the same way as the simplest physical objects - in the form of a fragment of a neural network. This similarity is very important, because in any picture of the world it is necessary to provide at least the illusion of a single world order at all levels. In atomism, this illusion is provided by the hypothesis that the whole world is made of atoms. It was this illusion that ensured the triumphal march of atomism - from Newton to Feynman [12]. But for the concepts "parallel worlds", "information field", "collective mind", the framework of atomism becomes narrower. The unity of the atomistic universe is destroyed. Therefore, these concepts are declared pseudoscientific in academic science.
  In the neural picture, the unity of the universe is provided by the semblance of the arrangement of fragments of neural networks - from physical objects to an invisible personal center. All the difference between these fragments lies in the number of constituent neurons and connections, but the principles of the neural universe are the same for all neurological worlds. Therefore, the above concepts are organically embedded in the neural picture of the world, receiving in it their justification, legitimation and research perspective.
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