Perhaps the human consciousness is like a program that is run by a quantum computer found in the brain as well as the human brain is similar to a “biological computer.” That’s not all after a person dies, their soul may come back to the universe, and it may not die.
Dr. Stuart Hameroff, an American physicist, and Sir Roger Penrose, a mathematical physicist, claim that the soul is maintained in brain cells’ microtubules. Both researchers refer to this process as “Orch-OR” or “Orchestrated Objective Reduction.” Apparently, when humans are “clinically dead,” the microtubules in their brain start losing their quantum state. However, these microtubules can still retain the information inside of them.
In addition, this theory has recently been outlined on Through the Wormhole, the Science Channel’s ongoing documentary show. In this documentary show, Dr. Hameroff explains that in case the blood stops flowing and the heart stops beating; then the microtubules could lose their quantum state. It is important to understand that the quantum information in the microtubules cannot be destroyed, and it dissipates and distributes to the universe at large.
In case the patient is resuscitated, revived, then this quantum information could go back into the microtubules and they say that they had a near-death experience. However, in case the patient isn’t revived, and they die, then this quantum information may exist indefinitely outside the body, as a soul.
According to Dr. Hameroff, the human soul is much more than mere neuron “interaction” in the brain. What’s more, this theory also suggests that these “souls” may have existed since the beginning of time itself. Plus, with all of the recent findings pertaining to dark matter and dark energy, i.e, substances that human beings are not able to interact with or see, but substances that we know exist, this theory may end up explaining things, which are even more fascinating and mysterious.