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Justin RiddleCognitive Neuroscientist

RiddleJustin Riddle is a doctoral student at the University of California, Berkeley studying Cognitive Neuroscience. His research interests include neural oscillations, fMRI, brain stimulation, prefrontal cortex and subjective experience. This research is an offshoot of a course Justin created titled Quantum Consciousness which is now in its 10th semester at UC Berkeley. The class explores the intersection of quantum physics and cognitive science over a breadth of topics from philosophy, linguistics, psychology, neuroscience, computers and spirituality. Justin presents a three world model of consciousness, trialism, inspired by Roger Penrose and applied to quantum mechanics: the physical world of measurement, the mental world of superposition and the Platonic world of entanglement. This model comprehensively address and aligns with modern advancements in digital technology, quantum computation, quantum biology and fractal nature.

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