The Strange Link Between the Human Mind and Quantum Physics

Quantum consciousness is widely derided as mystical woo, but it just will not go away.

Quantum mechanics is the best theory we have for describing the world at the nuts-and-bolts level of atoms and subatomic particles. Perhaps the most renowned of its mysteries is the fact that the outcome of a quantum experiment can change depending on whether or not we choose to measure some property of the particles involved.

Today some physicists suspect that, whether or not consciousness influences quantum mechanics, it might in fact arise because of it. They think that quantum theory might be needed to fully understand how the brain works.

In this quantum documentary will be touched topics linked to consciousness and human brain like: social invalidation, self-aware, social neuroscience, self-belief, self-esteem, mirror neurons, consciousness, social psychology, empathy neurons, self-reflect, duality, self-observing, memory re-consolidation. 
The backward rationalization, center of consciousness, left cerebral hemisphere, right cerebral hemisphere, god is in the neurons, brainwaves, neural circuits, cognitive dissonance occurs, coherent belief system, neural synergies, oscillating consciousness.

The human brain seems able to handle cognitive processes that still far exceed the capabilities of digital computers. Perhaps we can even carry out computational tasks that are impossible on ordinary computers, which use classical digital logic.

The quantum physics are explained, together with theories like: relativity, scientific paradigm shift, nature of reality, metaphysical theories, pseudo scientific theories, special relativity, general relativity, quanta, quantum world, quantum entanglement, photoelectric effect, Compton scattering, quantized world, De Broglie's equations, quantized particles, concept of life, time dilation, antimatter, unperturbed time, CERN, antiparticles, particle accelerators, mesons, missing symmetry, antimatter, Wheeler-Feynman Time-Symmetric theory.