Molecular orbitals of delocalized dipole-bound electron clouds in neuronal domains.

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Summary of "Molecular orbitals of delocalized dipole-bound electron clouds in neuronal domains."

We have further developed the two-brains hypothesis as a form of biological complementarity (or complementary relationship) of endogenously induced weak magnetic fields in the electromagnetic brain. Here, locally induced magnetic field between electron magnetic dipole moments of delocalized electron clouds in neuronal domains are complementary to the exogenous electromagnetic waves created by the oscillating molecular dipole in the electro-ionic brain. In this paper, we mathematically model the integral operation of the electromagnetic grid, especially in regard to the functional role of atomic orbitals of dipole-bound delocalized electrons. A quantum molecular dynamic approach under quantum equilibrium conditions is taken to illustrate phase differences between quasi-free electrons tethered to an oscillating molecular core. We use a simplified version of the many-body problem to analytically solve the macro-quantum wave equation (equivalent to the Kohn-Sham equation) in order to compute the molecular orbital approximated as the mechanical angular momentum due to non-adiabatic motion of the molecular core. We address how the effects of the enveloping fields of dipole-bound delocalized electrons as 'guidance waves' affect delocalized macro-quantum wave functions in generating nonlocal phase correlations. The intrinsic magnetic properties of the origins of the endogenous electromagnetic field are considered a nested hierarchy of electromagnetic fields of brain activity that includes electromagnetic patterns in three-dimensional space. The coupling between the two-brains may involve an 'anticipatory affect' underlying the conceptualization of anticipation as potentiality arising from the macro-quantum potential energy or electrostatic effects of residual charges in the quantum and classical subsystems of the two-brains that occurs through partitioning of the potential energy of the combined quantum molecular dynamic system.


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Name: Bio Systems
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