Question by Alexander S: How can Quantum Physics explain consciousness?
I have heard that the field of Quantum Physics and non-locality can explain how neurons in the brain fire (Macro-Quantum brain communication) but, if this non-locality is not affected by time, does that mean that our consciousness is latched on to multiple people, past, present, and future, as well as in other parallel worlds which could have split up based on our choices?

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Answer by Ivan A
Nope, consciousness is not a quantum effect. The brain itself has a lot of different “wiring” and interconnections that give rise to consciousness and all can be perfectly modeled using classical electrodynamics without having to assume that electrons are waves.

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