Optical and Magnetic Vortices Generated by a Single Microtubule for Quantum Properties Anirban Bandyopadhyay (Advanced Scanning Probe Micros, National Institute for Materials Science, Tsukuba, Ibaraki Japan) PL11
Monochromatic lights of various wavelengths were sent to the brain extracted microtubule and the emitted optical vortices and magnetic vortices were imaged. In 1984 J F Lye proposed optical vortices and since then such measurements are carried out routinely in the labs. Researchers mostly generate optical vortices and magnetic vortices for various surfaces. If the surface has curvatures, the light bends and it creates several different geometric shapes like rings, spirals, and vortices, etc. These optical structures are called artificial atoms. We have been developing several technologies to characterize the optical vortices and other related structures coming from the biomaterials. The applications could be early detection and cure for diseases, understanding the role of filaments hidden deep inside a neuron in human cognition, and thus understanding the role of consciousness. Recently we have built the world's first complete-time crystal model of the human brain  and experimentally shown that electromagnetic resonance at the protein level, microtubule level, and in the neuron cellular level follow a triplet of triplet grouping of resonance bands . Currently, we are testing the possibility ff the human brain uses different kinds of vortices for information processing, nerve spike could be vortices of ionic flow, electric field, magnetic field, and different mechanical waves could flow as vortices. We have built a geometric algebra namely dodecanion algebra  and space-time-topology-prime metric  for building a self-operational model of a human brain.