­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Could quantum biology relieve your “nothing worked” pain?

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Biologists have recently demonstrated that photosynthesis is based upon quantum biology. Now, this is a hot field of study.

PhotoMed Technologies $20 million multi-disciplinary research and development over the past 20 years kept finding surprising counter-intuitive responses and outcomes. PhotoMed’s team developed pioneering machine-learning methods and hardware to find out why the strange stuff was happening. They did this in an exhaustive vertically-integrated way with everything designed in-house (like Tesla and Apple). PhotoMed Technologies was founded by Silicon Valley entrepreneur Allan Gardiner after his first company exited for $320M.

As brainwashed IT people, our team saw the world as events. We think in “0” and “1” or “if/then” events. We’re not good at understanding things that don’t make sense to us. We, not surprisingly, like systems and models that do not require knowing, or pretending to know, how everything works.

Stuff fragments, some call that aging. The task seems that the operating system needs defragmentation. The crazy-fast examples show how quickly the human OS can improve.

The observation of long-lasting relief from “nothing worked” pain seemed bizarre. The patients, however, didn’t mention quantum anything when they said, “Thanks Doc, my numb feet just went back-to-normal after 8 years”.

What if the pain was an entangled quantum state in about 1 out of 3 cases?

Could 1, 2, or a sequence of quantum photons disentangle the quantum entanglement?


 
 

A reasonable chance to return back-to-normal?

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