
 Doug Renselle's 20022003 Review of Jeffrey Satinover's The Quantum Brain 
  Quantum nature offers unlimited qubit 'precision,' ('precision' is a classical term which needs quantum/Quantonic English Language Remediation; it assumes 'true' finite element analytic reduction; no such animal 'exists' in quantum reality) which is another way of saying reality's models are real, and to model reality, we must use he~r to model he~rself. 
  Quantum (we call it:) comtext is both quantum separable and inseparable, which we may show as quanton(separable_complement,in(non)separable_complement). 
  But in quantum reality, due all these miracles, we may not classically know real initial state (i.e., to unlimited qubit 'resolution'), nor classical characteristics (there are no classical characteristics of an object/system in quantum reality), nor interactions (quantons interrelate via coobsfection; they do not 'interact' by classical lisr 'forces'). 
 www.quantonics.com /Revu_Satinover_Qtm_Brain.html (7926 words) 
