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SG1 B Approved For Release 2000/08/11: CIA-RDP96-00792R000400330004-4 Approved For Release 2000/08/11: CIA-RDP96-00792R000400330004-4 ;,Approved For. Release 2000/08/11.: CjFf4UAM000400330004-4 T H E ? P S Y C H O T R.:O N I C U N I V E R S E Attraction and gravitation: where bodies give rise to an inherent "pan-psychist consciousness...quantity" INOMATh Shuji* (Chairman, Japan Psychotrnics Institute) The "consciousness, matter, energy triangle" proposed by the author, i.e. a formula of the interchange of "consciousness," "matter" and energy,.has had great repercussions in the scientific world both at home and abroad. The,-';existence of such a conversion formula was predicted by the Eng14sf astronomer V.A. Firsoff. He stated that, "Mind (i.e. consciousness.. author) is a universal entity or interaction of the same level as electricity or gravity and we can expect a formula simila7. to Einstein's famous e = mc2 to exist for it" (see:.Arthur Koestler, "The Holon Revolution," published by Kosaku-sha). That iri,concrete terms is what the author has obtained. The actual;-' derivation of this conversion formula is extremely simple, as'shown .below, but the influence it will have on the world view of scientists is incalculable. Newton's formula of universal gravitation can be stated and transformed as follows (cgs units): G= 6.66X10 f=-GM? r0 r (i G'_~M1) Ci G 31 M2) ro 'r where i = /-1 and r? is a unit- vector showing the direction of r. SG1A se 20001:ft"W-00792 R000400330004-4 Approved For Release 2000/08/11 CIA-RDP96-00792R000400330004-4 A-2 If we put: Q 1= i G' M 1. ?V =iG~i M Q 2 2 UNCLASSIFIED _ then equation (1) can be expressed as follows: f = Q---? r r This is nothing but Coulomb's formula in a vacuum shown in escgs units. Expressing this in words: "The universal gravitational pull'between bodies M1 and M2 is equal to.the gravitational pull between the virtual charges Q1 and Q2 given by equation (2)." Given that the quantity of virtual-charge is considered to be "the pan-psychist consciousness quantity," the conclusion is that the cause of gravity or the attractive force lies in the pan-psychist consciousness that a body possesses. Thus when matter M (gravitational mass and inertial mass together) is destroyed through the collapse of gravity, etc. without being converted into energy by Einstein's relationship e = mc2, it turns out that it is being converted into pan-psychist consciousness of the order of Q = G1'2M. Judging from paranormal and non-paranormal experimental facts, it is possible for the pan-psychist consciousness Q = G1/2M, i.e. "virtual energy," to be converted into real energy. In that case, if we require that the energy E of matter directly converted into energy be equal to the energy E' when it is converted into real energy through the pan-psychist consciousness Q (law of conservation of ultra-energy), then the conversion coefficient for the pan-psychist consciousness Q and real energy E can be summarised as follows: E = MC 2 = kQ = k G Iihi yr`"Fars (4) Approved For Release ~000/0$j11 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000400330004- IM C ~ C k= ppIroved For Release 2000/08/11: CIA-RDP99MEA0330004-4 The formula for the interchange of consciousness, matter and energy can be illustrated as in Fig. I.' Thus the matter + energy conversion is realised as atomic power and the energy + matter conversion is realised by the creation of electron-positron pairs (matter) due to invasion of the vacuum by photons. Similarly, it is thought that the other conversions, "consciousness - matter" and "consciousness - energy," are bi-directional. Moreover, at the time of the paranormal powers dispute, it was reported that the mass of a spoon bent by a boy with paranormal powers had decreased by 3 mg. A debate sprang up as to whether such a thing could happen, but from the standpoint of the conversion formula mentioned here, such things are perfectly possible. The mass in question was converted into "consciousness." A similar report by a physicist at London University appeared in the British scientific journal Nature. There it was stated that part of a semi-conductor material inside a capsule was destroyed under the influence of Jri (teller. Einstein's relationship e = mcZ was proved- by the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atom bombs 40 years ago, after he propounded the theory of special relativity. Now, with 2 1/2 the consciousness - energy conversion formula E = C /G ~,we have entered the stage where it is being applied as a "virtual energy" device using electrical and magnetic fields. What is shown by the consciousness - matter - energy conversion formula is that our universe is not only a material universe visible to the eye and tangible, but also consists of a non-material universe. These two universes are mutually connected by the conversion formula. The eastern world of mind and matter as one, and the oriental view of the universe as everything is emptinesst, (matter -- consciousness), emptiness is everything (consciousness + matter), destroyed and nothing increases, nothing is born and nothing dies (the law of conservation of ultra-ener?v), which is mentioned by Sakyamuni in the Prajna-paramita-sutra,-is identical to the "psychotronic view of the universe" we have described here, and it will have major significance quantitatively. and i.scientifically. t This is the phrase, from the Wisdom sutra, commonly rendered "All is vanity." (Tr.) Approved For Release 2000/08/11: CIA-RDP96-00792R000400330004-4 Approved For Release 2000/08/11: CIA-RDP96-00792R00040033Q004-4A-4 UNCLASSIFIED Fig. 1 The consciousness, matter, energy relationship M = gravitational mass and inertial mass E = energy. Q = consciousness G = universal gravitational constant C = speed of light * Doctor of engineering, in charge of research, Electronics General Research Institute JAPAN PSYCHOTRONICS INSTITUTE (JPI) symbol C = consciousness E = energy M = matter ' I = information Approved For Release 2000/08/11: CIA-RDP96-00792R000400330004-4 Approved For Release 2000/O UNMAIEMIURIa T H E V A C U U M H Y P O T H E S I S 0330004-4 B-1 UNCIASS1FIEC Vacuum as a sea of virtual positive and negative energies INOMATA Shuji (Chairman, Japan Psychotronics'.:'lnstitute) Looking from the viewpoint of psychotronics as a ".new science,'. the concept of "vacuum," i.e. Dirac's vacuum theory, in ,physics presents problems which do not accord with reality. As is well known, Dirac defined a vacuum as a sea of real negative energy,.'' but what has been suggested by experiments in psychotronics is'_that a vacuum is rather a sea of virtual positive and negative energies.. Dirac's electron theory relates to the two energy levels, posiltive and negative (see Fig. 1), such that: E_? C J m 2 c 2- p 2 ( I) where E is energy, p the amount of motion (for the uni-dimensional case) and c the speed of light. Dirac regarded the mathematically obtained negative energy level as something of real existence, and assuming the level to be filled by the "donkey- electrons" of Prof. Fushimi Yasuharu, he defined it as a vacuum not itself dependent upon observation. If an electron escaped from that vacuum, its hole could be regarded as a positron having positive energy and positive charge. This is the creation of electron-positron pairs by photons and he assumed the reverse process was the mechanism of. photon creation and the elimination of the electron-positron pairs. However, in this theory an infinitely large negative energy occurs, so that this cannot be said by any means to be a complete theory, as Dirac himself suggested. Above all, the aspects of this theory which presuppose a "natterl ether" do not accord with the realities of the new science of psychotronics. The author's proposal is whether we can take c as it is in (1) and consider a further level of virtual positive and negative energies where m + im and p + ip, i being the ase 2000/9?(. I:; ~X- PU c1 -00791R 11 ~ 4-4 Approved For Release 2000/08/11 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000 ~ imaginary unit (see Fig. 2): . i E = .i. i C m2 C P2 A real negative energy level is possible mathematically but in the real world such a level is in fact assumed not to occur and is-disregarded. I1;:is,:as,if, when we are solving a real wave-motion equation, a trailing wave and a leading wave appear, but the leading wave is assumed not to exist and so is disregarded. Let us try considering the creation of electron-positron pairs merely in terms of the real positive energy level and the virtual positive and negative energy levels (see Fig. 3). It is thought fIrst of all that when the virtual level is empty, the electrons release complex energy me + imcz, i.e. "real photons" and "virtual photons." The virtual negative energy level is filled and then the virtual energy 2imcZ, i.e. the virtual photons, is absorbed. The virtual positive energy level is also completely filled. If we assume this state of affairs, the electrons of the positive real energy level can exist stably without falling into the virtual energy level. Thus a vacuum is to be defined as a sea of negative virtual energy and positive virtual energy. This may be considered to be the matterless ether. The positive and negative virtual energies cancel each other out and so an infinity of virtual energy does not arise: only the finite difference is observed. Now, when real and virtual photons of energy 2mcz + 2imcZ are driven into the vacuum, normal electrons are created from the negative virtual energy state, at me + imcz. A negative virtual energy hole appears and it displays a positive electrical charge; the remaining real energy me supplies its mass and imcz (a positron) fills the hole created in the sea of virtual energy. But when positrons. and negatrons meet and are destroyed, the reverse of the above process occurs and real and virtual photons 2mct + 2imcZ are releasedc.L In the case of creation and destruction of electrons and positrons due to real and virtual. photons, the law Approved For. Release 2000/08/11: CIA-RDP96-00792R0d4t?0~7O Approved For Release 2000/08/11: CIA-RDP96-00792R000400330004-4B_3 UNCLASSIFIED of energy cc aervat;ion is satisfied. On the other hand. it is possible for real energy to be removed from the sea of positive and negative virtual energies and in that case, proceeding from the theory of infinite - firite = infinite, it is possible to tap the limitless real energy. The various para normal phenomena due to the action of consciousness are thus energy driven events. It goes without saying that the image of a vacuum as a sea of positive and negative energies also conforms to that of eastern philosophy which says that a vacuum is a sea of "ch'i" (air/spirit) governed by the negative and positive principles of Yin and Yang. Note: There were some typographical errors in previous articles, No. 1 Page 21, eq. (5) - + + pV eq. (6) Q-0 No. 3 Page 22 eq. (l)- N2+M2 * Doctor of engineering, in charge of research, Electronics General Research Institute JAPAN PSYCHOTRONICS INSTITUTE (JPI) symbol C = consciousness E = energy Approved For Release 2000/08/11: CIA-RDP96-00792R000400330004-4 Approved. For Release 2000/08/11: CIA-RDP96-00792R4 O333.0004-4.4 'FIFO Fig. 1 Fig. 2 t iE Fig. 3 nC2 -imc2 -MC2 . imc2 -inc2 Approved For Release 2000/08/11: CIA-RDP96-00792R000400330004-4 UNCLASSIFIED T H E E R A O F A N E W S C I E N C E W H I C H C A N M E A S U R E C O N S C I O U S N E S S I T S E L F s:-iThe interaction of consciousness and matter (energy) INOMATA Shuji (Chairman, Japan Psychotronics Institute) `Initially it was difficult to establish the new science of "psychotronics" in physics. It has, ? however, become possible to. formulate a quantitative and scientific argument concerning the i.4nteraction of consciousness and matter (energy). I intend here 1.;tq~ discuss quantitatively the interaction of consciousness and "matter from. the sta1idpoint of a complex theory of thermodynamics and a composite theory of electromagnetics and gravitation. For ?a,concrete model I shall rely on the. combustion of magnetically activated fuel oil. I shall adopt the "consciousness energy" COMPLEX THERMODYNAMIC THEORY AND VIRTUAL ENERGY In general, in catalytic processes where "virtual energy" intervenes, instead of the Carnot-Clausius type of thermodynamics the following complex theory of thermodynamics obtains, where temperature and heat quantity have been complexed. Taking i = /-1: SG1A Approved For Release 2000/(TfiAPiR%~6tQiQ00330004-4 T = T i + T2 Q= Q 1 + Q2 T1 is the temperature actually measured on the thermometer and iT2 is the imaginary temperature inferred from the state of the matter, whilst Q1 is the real quantity of heat and iQ2 is the virtual quantity of heat. ase 2000 $/ 1 ? QI -t,CP96-00792Ff%c1i-4 Approved For Release 2000/08/11: CIA-RDP96-00 2ROO6400330004-4 UNCLASSIFIED Referring only to reversible systems, the changes in real entropy obtained from (1) are of two kinds; ' Q l T-1 c.Q 2 Q 2 ?S2=?1T2= T2 (2) Thus, in general, the entropy change can be expressed as the sum of an energy change due to the real state and an entropy change due to the virtual state. Thus: " S =.sS 1 +n, S 2 (4), Accordingly, the First Law of Thermodynamics expanded into the complex domain becomes a law of energy conservation where virtual energy has ben added to real energy. With regard to the Second Law, however, the possibility arises of a reduction in entropy AS2 in a thermal isolation system due to the inflow of negative virtual energy, and this fact gives rise to all the phenomena peculiar to consciousness that cannot be conceived of in conventional physics. Referring now to the magnetically activated fuel oil, its Gibbs free energy G0 is given by: G 0= U - T 1 S I -T2 S 2 j 17 where U is the.internal energy, T1 the real temperature, T2 the virtual temperature, S1 the entropy due to the real state, S2 the .entropy due-to the virtual state, p pressure and V volume. In normal thermodynamics, which does not have the terms T2, S2, given the fact that the entropy of a thermal isolation system cannot reduce, if temperature T2 and pressure p are fixed, then the Gibbs free energy G0 cannot increase. dG0sQ (6 Approved For Release 2000/08/11 r :CIA-RDP96t ~~~,~,',,~::,)330004-4 Approved For Release 2000/08/11: CIA-RDFM O RA00336004-4? c-3 However, according to the Second Law of Complex Thermodynamics, it is possible for a reduction of entropy S2 due to the.virtual state to occur in a thermal isolation system, and the constraint of (6) vanishes, so that free energy, i.e. energy which can be used, increases. In this case, because the entropy in the external part,of the physical world does not increase, there is no reduction in the free energy there. Thus, if we consider only the real world without considering the "virtual world," free energy can be created - the theory of created energy. In equation (5), when U, Ti, T2, pV and S1 are fixed and G0 increases only by T2AS2, the amount of virtual energy flowing in is: Q2=T2.~S200792R00040Q33~DQQ4-4 sDee o iaht Approved For Release 2000/08/11: CIA-RDP91M 4003301004-4-5 I ffff~?E TM Doctor-of engineering, in charge of research, Electronics General Research Institute (JPI) symbol C = consciousness E = energy M = matter I = information Approved For Release 200'1108/11 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000400330004-4 Approved For Release 2000/08/11: CIA-RDP96-00792R000400330004-4 UNCLASSIFIED LASSIFIE'D SG1A The New Science and information Science Lecturer:S.Inomata (General Electronics Reserach Institute) In the last few decades-.phenomena have been reported worldwide which do not conform to the framework of""modern physics" and have presented a considerable crisis for our science, that is, our rational perception of the world. The author would like to think that the origin of such confusion in our 'knowledge' goes back to Newton's "Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy". On the basis of the thesis "hypotheses non fingo" Newton avoided indicating the primary factors in gravity and pleaded that he could not but exclude tha4minute something which permeates and is concealed within matter in. general - that is the "spiritus" of function of "consciousnessin fact Newton is said to have,-tried but failed to develop-a theory of gravity using a matterless ether, i.e. "consciousness". My efforts over the last ten years may be described as an 'attempt-to introduce the "consciousness parameter" to the theories of modern physics and-to perfect somewhat more our scientific understanding of the world. The overall idea has already been made known, but its salient point in essence concerns the "complexing" of all the physical theories. For example,'complexing-of current electromagnetic theory results in a complex theory of electromagnetics and can bring a rational theoretical solution to the unification of electromagnetics and gr ?s.Z_-y which has been regarded as difficult in conventional physics. The law of,energy conservation in conventional physics, which can be described as the unification. of the laws of the conservation of mass and energy, has been further expanded to a "law of conservation of ultra-energy" which takes account of mass, energy and "consciousness" (see figure). Complex thermodynamics has also provided significant insights concerning the Second Law of Thermodynamics. Put another way, if one considers the relationship between this new, scientific paradigm and information science, the following two points come to mind- Firstly. neurophvsiological research Appro.vegirftL4e: ye 2000/O8/ IA-RDP.96-001928000400330094 4 Approved .For Release 2000/08/11: CIA-RDP96-00:792R000400330004-4 IiNCLASSI IEB on the brain previously was conducted from a reductionist, physicochemical standpoint underthe=influence of modern physics, but viewed from the standpoint of the conversion formula for "consciousness", "mar" and "energy" (law of conservation of ultra-energy) advocated by the to be the .author, this cannot be said scientifically correct approach. J.C.Eccles in his "Neuro-physiological Basis of the Mind" said that consciousness affects the neurone synapses and that spacetime patterns of neurone stimulation are related to "consciousness". This is compatible with our new paradgm: Furthermore, because conventional thermodynamics have. been reorganized and the concept of entropy expanded, effects will probably emerge on information theory..Even_'~in conventional thermodynamics, the Second Law in systems with little freedom (Boltzmann breakage of Second Law) and in the new thermodynamics, breakage can be-imagined due to "virtual energy" '(the action of consciousness). In Shannon's information theory, the creative processes for information and also the mechanism of entropy reduction in processes of perception cannot be explained. When one considers that difficulties of pattern recognition over the last 450 years, these are paradigmatic difficulties rather than lack of ability on the part of researchers. M: gravitational and inertial mass E: energy Q: virtual charge (virtual magnetic monopole) C: speed of light G: gravitational constant Conversion., formula for consciousness,matter and (Law of conservation of ultra-energy) Approved For Release 2000/08/11: CIA-RDP96-00792R000400330004 SG1A Approved For Release 2000/08/leNttMfIEB792R000400330004-4 . UNCLASSIF-IE' AUDIOVISUAL INFORMATION RESEARCH GROUP (AVIRG) Vol.21, No.3 (July 1985) Secretary: N.Otsu (Mathematical Information Research Croup Electronics General Research Institute) 1-1-4 Imezono, Sakuramura, Niihari-gun, Ibaraki Prefecture 305 Tel.: 0298-54-5461 (direct line) 1. July Meeting Report 1) On Inomata's Theory K.Kanemori (Tsukuba University) If I were asked to try and explain what Inomata's theory is in simple terms, I believe that it concerns hypothetical systems into which physical values possessing negative norms are actively introduced. In conventional physics, the area where negative norms pose major problems is probably'in'quantum field theory. That is to say, if we try to relate the theory of relativity to quantum theory, it is inevitable that situations will arise in which the norm for a vector of state will be negative. As this means negative probability, it is regarded as physically having no reality and is called a 'ghost'. Currently, dealing with such'ghosts' is an important matter-also in gauge theories where the rapid march continues from electro- weak unification theories to a grand unifying theory. Negative norms in Inomata's theory are not. vectors of state of quantum theory but vectors-of-electric and magnetic fields. He takes phenomena for which conventional physics has found no explanation, such'as electrostatic cooling or the divergence of point charges, and looks directly at the contribution of invisible quantities. Physical quantities which. cannot be observed are Approv ' r I 6 s$ 6mY1 GlXR60*- A2 ` Oe ~0~33%%~4=4 UI4iULASSII:IEB Approved For Release 2000=41 " CIA-RDP96-00792R0004003300104 U -SSIFIED Whether one regards the introduction of these into a theory in a positive manner as reckless or daring depends in the first place on one's philosophical standpoint. Nevertheless,inomata's theory which at the outset was based on the principle of realism and the law of discovery, undeniably is always pregnant with methaphysical characteristics that must be said to be intrinsic. Whether it can be elevated to a scientific level or not depends on its logical consistency and whether it can be proved. Looking first at the Maxwell equations, the symmetry between electricity and magnetism is broken. He regards the symmetry obscured here as latent and postulates that,by introducing magnetic currents as invisible physical quantities, the Maxwell equations thus rendered symmetrical can hold for generalized electrical and magnetic fields` .(fields in which positive norm vectors and negative norm vectors are superimposed in three-dimensional space). If we::.develop these generalized Maxwell equations mathematically, they can be divided.into positive norm Maxwell equations and negative norm Maxwell 'equations, and if one finds the Coulomb force for a Maxwell equation based on negative norms one obtains the inverse square law with a minus sign. As this is in the same form as the law of universal gravitation, if one assumes that Qm='?G/M (Qm: invisible magnetic charge, M:gravitational mass) then the force of the two will be equal.Inomata calls this "the unification of electromagnetic fields and gravitational fields". Here is the clue to proof of Inomata's theory. For example, it is a well known fact that if a current is passed through a coil, its weight decreases. If we interpret this as an Inomata flow, the invisible magnetic charge is taken to have the converted to-?gravi-tational mass.-'If we accept this to be true the following may be expected.Because the invisible magnetic`. charge possesses a-quantized value, the weight change corresponding thereto should also be quantizable. If quantized weight changes could be observed. against continuous changes in voltage, this should provide powerful background Ap PWAV I@HFT0t0f'fll -"RD 069-0079280004003 Approved For Release 200181.11: CIA-RDP96-00792R000400 fflffMau. Where does this hypothesis of electromagnetic-gravitational unification lead us? The slowing down of time in strong gravitational fields can be confirmed by red shifts in the spectra from heavy fixed stars. Given this, the slowing down of time may also be expected as a result of negative norm magnetic fields. As the Coulomb force can also be repulsive compared with gravity-which is always an attractive force, the acceleration of time could also be possible. Inomata calls this the "time catalyst function". If time slowed down, solid bodies decelerate. In thermo-dynamic terms this would be manifested as a reduction in temperature and loss of quantity of heat. An explanation of electrostatic cooling could be expected here. As the reduction in the quantity of heat supplies negative entropy, this would perhaps introduce a new situation in information science too. Approved For Release 2000/08/11: CIA-RDP96-00792R0004b0330O ! Approved For Release 2000/084JJUTA$SMU0792R000400330004.4 Report of Lecture on Inomata's Theory IJNCLASSjFIED, Lecturer: K.Kanemori (Tsukuba Univ.) Y.Tsuji (Nichiden C -~ C Res.) The lecture by Mr. Kanemori concerned the logical structure SG1A of Inomata's theory which science which is built on physics, and he sought to his own ideas.- Inomata's relationship between seeks to reorganise Western the foundation of modern explain it on the basis of theory,which-develops the on the premise of the existence quantities which cannot be seen energy in current physics of ."virtual" physical in three-dimensional space, is a new attempt to incorpota-te, Oriental concepts into Western science and consequently it seems to contain .some hypotheses which are difficult to understand in logical terms. In this lecture Mr.Kanemori first of all posited the existence of the v jrtual magnetic charge which is the 'starting point of Inomata's theory, and established the need for-the hypotheses used in the derivation of the complex electromagnetic theory fr_om-.- Maxwell's electromagnetic equations. Concerning Inomata's unification of electromagnetic and gravitational fields where he's-ays universal gravitation and a virtual Coulomb force aid equivalent from the standpoint of complex electromagnetic theory, he says that the fact that a coil loses weight when a current is passed through it could possibly provide one proof.for this if gradual weight changes could be observed in response to changes in voltage. Ftowever in his own explanation he emphasised that if the psychotronic triangular relationship (mass,energy, virtual magnetic charge) proposed to explain scientifically paranormal phenomena such as the levitation of objects, :ceally holds, then a logical contradiction is produced in the derived hypothesis and partial revision is needed. Approved For Release 2000/08/11: CIA-RDP96-00792pQ M " 4 Approved For Release 2000/08/11: CIA-RDP96-00792R000400330'004-4 UNCLASSIFIED He also gave a conceptual interpretation of consciousness in Inomata's theory saying that if one assumes the law of increasing entropy on the cosmis scale implies natural passive unidirectional motion, then gravity and a virtual magnetic charge exist as factors in creating a'world with localised order. The examination of how this differs from the images we normally associate with the-words, and which, are difficult to conceive of except for Man, contained some extremely interesting points when. viewed from his position as a specialist in theoretical physics. This lecture,which concentrated throughout on an explanation of the logical structure of Inomata's theory, seemed to be a good articulate exposition. It made the Inomata theory,,which seeks to reorganise physics against a background of his ideas, feel like something very personal even to the author with his sketchy comprehension of the borders of theoretical physics,but much more elaboration and debate like this lecture is needed so that a more precise theory can be developed, and diligent research is also important to provide evidence for the theory. We look forward to seeing the results of Mr.Kanemori's future endeavours in this field. Approved For Release 2000/08/11: CIA-RDP96-00792R000400330004-4 Approved For Release 2000/08/11: CIA-RDP96-00792R000400330004- UNCLASS!FLEC UNCLAS Report on "The New 5'ci'en'c 'and 'Information' Science" Lecturer: S.Inomata (Elec.Gen. Res. Inst.) Reporter: Y,Shima (Hitachi Central Research Inst.) SG1A This was a 1 cture on Dr, '..Incas ta'?s . bold and vigorous attempt to reconstruct the new science introducing the concept of consciousness to matter. In particular he set out in this lecture his philosophical ideas as to how "psychotronics", which treat consciousness as a sciencerbegan, Consciousness is described in for example the dictionary Koj?ien as "'i:nternal, mental activity of pure perception in contrast to'sensory perception. How this mental activity of "consciousness" can be handled in computers is the subject of much debate as one of the future visions of computers in the twenty first century. This lecture was extremely interesting from this standpoint.also. The content of the lecture was also deeply concerned with the fundamentals of current physics and contained much that was beyond the range of the reporter's underst4nding. I was able to comprehend it only in a piecemeal fashion, and therefore apologise if my report contains. inaccuracies. First of a11,Dr.inomata considered the need to understand the philosophies at the heart of. nkl-sics '-:hiCh go bach to Newton's era in order to be able to introduce the concept of consciousness into physics. Newtonian uynamics were constructed without solving two important problems,namely the causes of attraction, and the working of consciousness, Modern physics since Nel;.'ton has also left behind these problems and therefore Nature in the natural sciences, in Inomata's words, has come to be treated in terms of-..A: dry mechanistic theory. The discussion next turned to the-accommodation of the workings of consciousness in the natural sciences. Inoma a believer that the three elements of matter, energy and consciousness nter e d tthhaa a io formula A rd` dl'F`~~' to ease ~bbb ~'A-RDP 6 0S~1 1100400330004-4 between them can be established by complex mathematical Approved For Release 2000/08/11: CIA-RDP96-00792R000400330004-4 UNCLASSIFIED. expressions. On the basis of this conversion formula, consciousness can be converted to matter or energy. Conversely, he believes-that matter and energy too can be converted and that what is known-as consciousness can thereby be measured. He also explained the analogy between thermodynamics and information theory using the example to entropy. According to Inomata, in the information theory due to Shannon, .information simply goes on disintegrating, and he emphasised that a new information theory is needed which'incorporates the ccnc2pt of conciousness so as to create information at the information source or to put in order disorganised external information at the receiving end. His discussion abounded in suggestions such as-whether the problem- solving logic in computers and pattern recognition really adhere to conventional physicochemical.theories. This lecture may be seen as a significant discussion with implications for information science in the twenty first century. I hope his diligent endeavours will break open new ground in the new science.. Approved For Release 2000/08/11: CIA-RDP96-00792R000400330004-4