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The synaptic hypercomputation (SH) hypothesis states that the phase coherence of neural communication (synaptic latency) may emerges via long-range synchronicity in the gamma range. In specific, this neurocomputational model is controlled by synaptic (dopamine?) exocytosis, regulating phase-dependent presynaptic action potential (synaptic waveform) in a quantum system. 
In addition, the presynaptic (action potential) waveform is determined by the synaptic latency of coherent energy transfer in tubulin heterodimer. 
To summarize, the interneuronal superradiance and synchronicity of biophotonic quantum beats in tubulin heterodimer is evidence of phase-dependent synaptic hypercomputation driving advanced neurocomputational functions (quantum coherence) of the brain. 
Endocannabinoid-mediated synaptic hypercomputation is caused by the pharmacological activation of cannabinoid receptors (CB1, CB2) controlling neuronal phase coherence (synchronized gamma oscillations) at (GABAergic?) interneuron networks. 
- Review: GPCR receptor heteromerization
- Fast synaptic inhibition by retrograde signaling may trigger synchronized gamma oscillations in the hippocampus. 
Imagination is more important than knowledge:
- Other studies have demonstrated the possibility that biophoton emission (biological electrical signals that are converted to weak electromagnetic waves in the visible range) may be a necessary condition for the electric activity in the brain to store holographic images.
- Myelinated axons serving as biophotonic waveguides: The brain may consolidate neuroholographic informations via optical communication channel within the CNS.
- Tubulin heterodimerization dynamics
Quantum coherence in photosynthetic systems is evidence of biophotonic-like (coherent) energy transfer in plants mitochondria.
Neuronal phase coherence and synchronicity
Neuronal phase coherence is non-local "quantum-like" entanglement because long-range synchronicity is critical for optimal biophotonic communication in the gamma band. 
- Synaptic binding (latency?) is a phase-dependent coherent effect of exocytosis?
- Anandamide/dopamine cross-talk fine-tune synaptic binding of intracellular CB1 receptors?
- Is self-organized criticality (SOC) an evidence of biological hypercomputation?
- Is synaptic hypercomputation a function of exocytosis?
- What is biological hypercomputation?
- What is synaptic hypercomputation?
- What is biological phase coherence?
- What is holographic memory?
- Where is consciousness in the brain?
- Neuronal phase coherence and synchronicity
Rhythms for Cognition: Communication through Coherence
Consciousness in the universe: a review of the 'Orch OR' theory.
Plausibility of quantum coherent states in biological systems
Synaptic mechanisms of synchronized gamma oscillations in inhibitory interneuron networks.
Concurrent Stimulation of Cannabinoid CB1 and Dopamine D2 Receptors Enhances Heterodimer Formation: A Mechanism for Receptor Cross-Talk?
Fast synaptic inhibition promotes synchronized gamma oscillations in hippocampal interneuron networks
Phase-Coherence Transitions and Communication in the Gamma Range between Delay-Coupled Neuronal Populations
Biophotons, microtubules and CNS, is our brain a "holographic computer"?
Human high intelligence is involved in spectral redshift of biophotonic activities in the brain