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Neuronal hypercomputation

Artificial hypercomputation

  • Feasibility of artificial hypercomputation in humans?

Cannabimimetic hypercomputation

Endocannabinoid-mediated synaptic hypercomputation is caused by the pharmacological activation of cannabinoid receptors (CB1, CB2) controlling neuronal phase coherence (synchronized gamma oscillations) at (dopaminergic) interneuron networks. [1]

Anandamide-dopamine cross-talk:

  • Review: GPCR receptor heteromerization
    • Anandamide-dopamine heteromeric transactivation may potentiate synaptic hypercomputation in the gamma band. [2][3]
  • Fast synaptic inhibition by retrograde signaling may trigger synchronized gamma oscillations in the hippocampus. [3]

Neuroholographic hypercomputation

Imagination is more important than knowledge:

Research subtopics:

  • Tubulin heterodimerization dynamics
  • Dopaminergic interneurons

Synaptic hypercomputation

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. [4]

Photosynthetic hypercomputation

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. [5]


  • Synaptic binding (latency?) is a phase-dependent coherent effect of exocytosis?
  • Anandamide/dopamine cross-talk fine-tune synaptic binding of intracellular CB1 receptors?



  1. [Paper7]

    Synaptic mechanisms of synchronized gamma oscillations in inhibitory interneuron networks.

  2. [Paper2]

    Concurrent Stimulation of Cannabinoid CB1 and Dopamine D2 Receptors Enhances Heterodimer Formation: A Mechanism for Receptor Cross-Talk?

  3. [Paper5]

    Fast synaptic inhibition promotes synchronized gamma oscillations in hippocampal interneuron networks

  4. [Paper1]

    Rhythms for Cognition: Communication through Coherence

  5. [Paper3]

    Phase-Coherence Transitions and Communication in the Gamma Range between Delay-Coupled Neuronal Populations

  6. [Paper4]

    Plausibility of quantum coherent states in biological systems

  7. [Paper8]

    Biophotons, microtubules and CNS, is our brain a "holographic computer"?

  8. [Paper9]

    Human high intelligence is involved in spectral redshift of biophotonic activities in the brain

See also