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I listened a talk where the speaker said that this can probably be possible by Weak Quantum Cognition Theory.

I see that there is no evidence at the moment, only theory. I see no pathways by which this could happen directly such that the quantum entanglement and quantum superposition could happen. They should happen in a series, but I see no system holding the signal going on.

I think this is a only a hypothesis, without any supportive evidence.

Probably, some type of synaptic cleft can be controlled, but still I see no evidence or no pathway or pathways.

I do not understand which pathway/pathways this could happen. What is the target mechanism? Presynaptic membrane or postsynaptic neuron?

Which are possible pathways that could control the secretion of synaptic cleft?

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