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An exciting discovery has been made by scientists as they have uncovered that the human brain contains structures and shapes that may have up to eleven dimensions.

Neuroscientists welcome the findings saying: “We have found a world that we had never imagined before.”

With the help of Mathematical methods of algebraic topology, scientists have fond structures and multidimensional geometric spaces in human brain networks.

According to scientists, a new study has demonstrated that the human brain contains structures and shapes that may have up to 11 dimensions.

Read more.... http://educateinspirechange.org/science-...our-brain/

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The human brain is one of the most complex structures in nature, and we are still a long way from fully understanding how it works. Now, a group of researchers from the Blue Brain Project is bringing us closer to this goal using complex computer models.

Its latest model describes the brain as being made up of ‘multi-dimensional’ geometrical structures and spaces.

"We found a world that we had never imagined," said neuroscientist Henry Markram, director of Blue Brain Project and professor at the EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland.

"There are tens of millions of these objects even in a small speck of the brain, up through seven dimensions. In some networks, we even found structures with up to eleven dimensions."

The structures form when a group of neurons - cells that transmit signals in the brain - forms something called a clique. Each neuron connects to every other neuron in the group in a specific way, to form a new object.

The more neurons there are in a clique, the higher the ‘dimension’ of the object.

It is important to understand these structures do not exist in more than three dimensions in space. Only the mathematics used to describe them uses more than three dimensions.

Read more... https://www.wired.co.uk/article/neurons-...ork-brains

If 4D worlds stretch our imagination, worlds with 5, 6 or more dimensions are too complex for most of us to comprehend. This is where algebraic topology comes in: a branch of mathematics that can describe systems with any number of dimensions. The mathematicians who brought algebraic topology to the study of brain networks in the Blue Brain Project were Kathryn Hess from EPFL and Ran Levi from Aberdeen University.

“Algebraic topology is like a telescope and microscope at the same time. It can zoom into networks to find hidden structures – the trees in the forest – and see the empty spaces – the clearings – all at the same time,” explains Hess.

In 2015, Blue Brain published the first digital copy of a piece of the neocortex — the most evolved part of the brain and the seat of our sensations, actions, and consciousness. In this latest research, using algebraic topology, multiple tests were performed on the virtual brain tissue to show that the multi-dimensional brain structures discovered could never be produced by chance. Experiments were then performed on real brain tissue in the Blue Brain’s wet lab in Lausanne confirming that the earlier discoveries in the virtual tissue are biologically relevant and also suggesting that the brain constantly rewires during development to build a network with as many high-dimensional structures as possible.

https://blog.frontiersin.org/2017/06/12/...-networks/
Eleven
Thinking
kind of like 11:11 means you are ok, a message from your angel

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_kE3080N1Y

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Good stuff op. This fractal hologram business boggles the mind
I have no doubt that many of these "scientists" have multidimensional universes inside their brains. V6sRZf4
interesting read but i think it's kinda misleading. just because you can describe brain structures mathematically in eleven dimensions doesn't mean that there actually are eleven dimensions in your brain...
fascinating

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(12-18-2017, 06:55 PM)flipper666 Wrote: [ -> ]interesting read but i think it's kinda misleading. just because you can describe brain structures mathematically in eleven dimensions doesn't mean that there actually are eleven dimensions in your brain...

Mathematicians are so full of shit they don't even know what to do when you show them their house is out of order...

E.G.: We have a pie - we cut it into three equal pieces, I get one, You get one and the dog gets the other...
None of us eats the pie - we put it back on the plate and have a whole pie cut into three pieces...

Mathematicians: 1 divided by 3 equals 0.333r + 0.333r + 0,333r...
Put it back together it equals - 0.999r = NEVER 1 - who stole pie?

Mathematicians can't see they are playing with a broken system - DON'T TRUST THEM...

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(12-18-2017, 07:10 PM)Munchaab Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-18-2017, 06:55 PM)flipper666 Wrote: [ -> ]interesting read but i think it's kinda misleading. just because you can describe brain structures mathematically in eleven dimensions doesn't mean that there actually are eleven dimensions in your brain...

Mathematicians are so full of shit they don't even know what to do when you show them their house is out of order...

E.G.: We have a pie - we cut it into three equal pieces, I get one, You get one and the dog gets the other...
None of us eats the pie - we put it back on the plate and have a whole pie cut into three pieces...

Mathematicians: 1 divided by 3 equals 0.333r + 0.333r + 0,333r...
Put it back together it equals - 0.999r = NEVER 1 - who stole pie?

Mathematicians can't see they are playing with a broken system - DON'T TRUST THEM...

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you seem to like mathematicians. Anon

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Inside "our" brain, or, is it "my" brain!!
Bwaahaa!
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