If that is the case, it might be that consciousness can directly bias the outcome of wave function collapses! I read an account by Stapp recently with acknowledges that alternative. Then I guess that refers to Dr. Radin and his group's experiments in his quantum laser set-up? He has data over distance wrt this. I wonder about interpretations of quantum mechanics, though, in that other formalisms should work too. Fascinating is that observations can happen, both ways say, when an electron really hits a detector and when consciousness interacts over distance ... both "collapsing the wave function". Surely says something like, that even when an electron hits a plate there must be something "consciousness-like" about that too. Re electrons ... maybe one can say "consciousness-like" if John Conway doesn't want to go the whole way and say they are actually conscious. But then that must apply to every type of elementary particle, perhaps justifying saying the universe/Reality is "consciousness-like". I mean, if him and Kochen have kind of proved it ... I agree electrons are QM-identical as you say but won't they be not behaving this way over the whole universe? So free-will for each?