QZEQuantum Zeno Effect (physics)
QZEQueer Zine Explosion
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The QZE is related to the established observer effect of quantum physics: The behavior and position of any atom-sized entity, such as an atom, an electron, or an ion, appears to change when that entity is observed.
A key question is: What rates of probing actions are needed in order to account, via this QZE mechanism, for the correlations found in neuroscience between intended actions and brain activity?
Recent work by Stapp [27] has been directed to establishing that QZE or QAZE can, in settings consistent with warm, wet brains, give rise to macroscopically distinguishable effects that could plausibly lead to observable behavior change.