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Knowledge about the operation of the mind, brain, and the physical world is a fundamental unknown in the community of neurology and psychology. There is a significant amount of philosophical and theoretical evidence against the classical deterministic automated view of mind-brain dynamics. There is a sense of urgency about the need for the re-establishment of the original von Neumann orthodox quantum mechanics to provide a coherent interpretation about the interconnections of the mind and the physical world. Orthodox quantum theory requires the external intervention of an agent or consciousness to properly describe mathematically the human experiences with the physical universe. The consciousness has freedom of choice to select the outcome of a stimulus, situation or event from a pool of choices determined by a set of possibilities described in terms of the statistical mathematics of classical physics.