Michael A. Persinger, Annual Fluctuations in Local Photon Counts Reflect Differential Distances from the Galaxy’s Singularity: Astronomical, Chemical and Biology Implications, ILCPA Volume 49, International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 49)
    A conspicuous annual variation in the photon flux density of ~10<sup>-12</sup> W·m<sup>-2</sup> by a photomultiplier tube housed in a hyperdark ground level setting was within the range expected for the small changes in the earth’s distance per orbit from the energetic entropy (Joules) of the singularity at the center of the galaxy. For the Bekenstein-Hawking relation to be congruent the singularity’s power must reflect the galaxy’s age. The power (W) per volume at the distance of the earth when divided into the peak-to-trough change in photon flux density for minimum-maximum distances from the galactic center converged with the Compton wavelength for an electron. Subsequent calculations indicated that the discrepancy between the magnetic moments of the orbit/spin of the electron and of the proton when the energy associated with the neutral hydrogen line is involved with the Bohr atom also solve for the Compton electron wavelength. The most likely local mechanism to satisfy the hyperfine currents that are in the order of 10<sup>-15</sup> A within the width of plasma membrane phenomena would be proton channels when pH ranges from about 5.8 to 7.4 which can occur transiently near neurons. The measured photon flux densities multiplied by known diffusion velocities of protons in water could produce energy levels of ~10<sup>-20</sup> J per square unit of time. The results suggest the potential for collapsing de Broglie particle-wave properties of an electron involves energies associated with neuronal action potentials coupled to cognition and that this potential may be spread through the galactic volume as pervasive photon flux densities originating from the singularity at the center.
    Bekenstein-Hawking Relation, Cognition, Hydrogen Line, Magnetic Moment Spin, Orbit Discrepancies, Photon Flux Density, Proton Channels