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The Relativity of Mind from Physical Viewpoint

Author(s): Kai Wang

The mind and consciousness are pretty complex to observe and analyze quantitatively since the complexity of neuron and mystery of consciousness. Recent years, many scientists try to explain our mind from physical viewpoint or elucidate the physics of the mind. In the paper, we reveal a new approach to understand our mind and present a tentative theory to describe how our mind works respect to physics. Two significant concept of time, namely, the internal time of mind and external time of the outside are introduced to measure our mind quantitatively on some degree. The related law of these two types of time is similar to the special relativity proposed by Einstein. Our theory aims to provide a new perspective to understand and know ourselves and lead our life better. At the end of paper, we design an experiment to check the correctness of our results.

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