The Physics of Mind-Matter Interaction at a Distance

NeuroQuantology 2017; 15, 3:114-119

6 Pages Posted: 16 May 2017 Last revised: 9 Oct 2017

Date Written: May 15, 2017


The aim of this work is identification and localisation of the interaction between mind and matter, specifically with respect to random number generators, and identification of the type of energy that can alter the degree of randomness of bit-string outputs of these electronic devices.

Regarding localisation of the mind/random-number-generator interaction, we believe it occurs through the production of electron gap pairs in the inversely polarised P-N junction of the Zener diode that is used as a white noise generator, with resulting peaks of non-random current.

Conversely, regarding the type of energy acting on the analogue signal, we believe it is made of photons of wavelength ranging from 0.2 to 1.1 μm, each therefore carrying an energy of between 6.2 and 1.14 eV.

The most controversial part concerns the means by which the human mind can produce this type of energy from a distance to act directly on a chosen target, in that it is not possible for it to have been emitted by either the body or brain as biophotons.

Keywords: mind-matter interaction, biophotons, photons-electrons interaction, entanglement

Suggested Citation

Pederzoli, Luciano and Giroldini, William and Prati, Elena and Tressoldi, Patrizio E., The Physics of Mind-Matter Interaction at a Distance (May 15, 2017). NeuroQuantology 2017; 15, 3:114-119. Available at SSRN: or

Luciano Pederzoli

EvanLab ( email )

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Impruneta, Firenze 50023

William Giroldini

EvanLab ( email )


Elena Prati

EvanLab ( email )


Patrizio E. Tressoldi (Contact Author)

Università di Padova ( email )

via Venezia 8
Padova, 35131


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