# Consciousness/quantum computer

#### Beaconator

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17 elements are needed to produce human consciousness.

Turtles have 23 elements.

All are Iron and under in mass.

It stands to reason making an object of the elements excluding the noble gasses and those above iron would eventually lead to consciousness.

And the real explanation of reality.

I found this

“According to the equipartition of energy this means that there is a thermal energy of 3/2kTper atom. This corresponds very well with experimental data. The thermal energy can be used to calculate the root-mean-square speed of the atoms, which turns out to be inversely proportional to the square root of the atomic mass. The root mean square speeds found at room temperature accurately reflect this, ranging from 1370 m/s for helium, down to 240 m/s for xenon.”https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boltzmann_constant

Meaning noble gasses move quite fast at room temperature. And I would predict are only made as a byproduct of fission.

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17 elements are needed to produce human consciousness.
Which ones? Please list them. What is your source for this claim?
Turtles have 23 elements.
It stands to reason making an object of the elements excluding the noble gasses and those above iron would eventually lead to consciousness.
You have given no reason why you, or anybody else, ought to believe that.

Do you have any reasons, evidence, explanation?
And the real explanation of reality.
This is even more out there.

What is the relevance of any of this to the title of the thread?

Meaning noble gasses move quite fast at room temperature. And I would predict are only made as a byproduct of fission.

I found this

“According to the equipartition of energy this means that there is a thermal energy of 3/2kTper atom. This corresponds very well with experimental data. The thermal energy can be used to calculate the root-mean-square speed of the atoms, which turns out to be inversely proportional to the square root of the atomic mass. The root mean square speeds found at room temperature accurately reflect this, ranging from 1370 m/s for helium, down to 240 m/s for xenon.”https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boltzmann_constant

Meaning noble gasses move quite fast at room temperature. And I would predict are only made as a byproduct of fission.

Leaving the rest of your nonsensical ballocks to one side, there is nothing special about the speed of noble gas atoms.

As you say, the rms velocity of molecules (which in the case of noble gases are the atoms, as they are monatomic gases) is inversely proportional to the mass of the molecule. Masses of the noble gas range all the way from 4 for He through to 222 for Radon, so the rms velocity of Rn atoms will be √(4/222) ~ 0.13 that of He.

Leaving the rest of your nonsensical ballocks to one side, there is nothing special about the speed of noble gas atoms.

As you say, the rms velocity of molecules (which in the case of noble gases are the atoms, as they are monatomic gases) is inversely proportional to the mass of the molecule. Masses of the noble gas range all the way from 4 for He through to 222 for Radon, so the rms velocity of Rn atoms will be √(4/222) ~ 0.13 that of He.
Would be better if you gave the percentage in hydrogen but I see your point… Now what about excluding these gasses from being inherently connected with consciousness or “ unable to transmit conscious thought”?