> Thanks for the links, Lew.
> I was aware of the concept of entanglement or "spooky action at
> a distance," as Einstein called it but I do appreciate the
> refresher on Bell's Theorem. I am not sure this answers my
> question about experiments showing neurons from a single
> organism being completely separated and one reacting to
> stimulation applied to the other though certainly it implies a
> theoretical framework - at a quantum level at least.
> I was looking more for an actual documented study on the neuron
> interaction I could read for my own interest. Any ideas?
> At any rate, I appreciate the response to my question.
Nanotechnology would be a good place to start. Here's an abstract for you but of course the paper is behind a paywall.
Process entanglement as a neuronal anchorage mechanism to rough surfaces
Here's one from 1999, talking about neural nets. Might be relevant.
Non-local quantum evolution of entangled ensemble states in neural nets and its significance for brain function and a theory of consciousness