Mind And Matter: Probing The Unknowable Mysteries Of The Brain
Geege Schuman stashed this in Physics
Entanglement is the second bizarre quantum property that enters here, the ability of two or more quantum systems to establish links between them that are sustained across long spatial distances. We say that entangled states behave as a single entity, losing their individual identities. The idea here is to use the spatial extent of entangled states to "spread out" quantum effects with a given signature across long distances within the neuronal networks.
As neurons are to brains, so are humans to the world.