Quantum Neural Computing (QNC) is impaired in autism

Antonio Cassella found that autistics appreciate the perfect repetition of a pattern of sounds, as in Nat King Cole's song, "Quizás, quizás, quizás" (maybe, maybe, maybe). The reason is that  CNC is unimpaired at birth in autism; as in: "I  love you," or "I do not love you."


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The union of CNC and QNC is impaired in autism

Classical Neural

Computing (CNC)

is spared in autism

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Autistics cannot see less-than-perfect patterns, in the quantum coherence that embraces opposite meanings. One example is the union of yes andno in the song "Quizás, quizás, quizás." Because QNC is impaired in autistics, they cannot fathom the words: "Maybe I  love you." 

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 Autistics cannot solve a problem through quantum de-coherence, or imagine what unknown act on their part would make a person accept their proposition.