We’ve all been thought that vampires, aliens, ghosts and alternative universes are just a figment of someone’s imagination and most people believe in it. But, what it alternate universes really do exist? What if they were stacked like a Rubik’s Cube and they are in our brains? Think this is nonsense? Wait until we tell you about a recent scientific research.
According to a new study, alternate universes may be present in our brains! Scientists from the Blue Brain Project were recently able to map specific structures and spaces in the brain network created by our neurons which pass a significant amount of information between brain cells every day. This information allows us to think and act according to a situation, and the huge network of neurons creates multi-dimensional universes inside our brain.
The scientists used the Algebraic Topology method to map these structures and show that alternate universes do exist, although not in the way sci-fi fans expect. The project used advanced computer modeling to recreate the images from the neurons and observe the information. The scientists discovered that every time the cells receive and forward any kind of info, geological shapes and structures are created within our brain. “It’s remarkable – we’ve essentially discovered a world that we never thought existed,” Henry Markram, the director of the project says. “There are tens of millions of small specks in the brain and about 7 dimensions. Some structures contained up to 11 of these dimensions!”
The neurons in our brain can communicate between each other. When they do so, they interact by forming a traceable shape that can be detected by math and computer models. More and more neurons eventually create new “dimensions” which the scientists were able to map. “The presence of these cavities in the brain when the cells process information indicate that the neurons respond to stimuli in an organized matter,” Ran Levi says. “It’s like one of those structural projects for a building, and the multi-dimensional threads can materialize and then disintegrate like a sandbox.” The coolest thing is that your reality dictates what shapes appear, and you’re completely in control of what’s happening.
One of the professors in the project, Cees van Leeuwen says that the spaces are essentially a combination of all the degrees of freedom in the system. The state of the brain represents the value these degrees of freedom assume. This changes everything we knew about our brain and what we previously thought about the existence of alternate universes. If someone tells you that they don’t exist, tell them about the Blue Brain Project and show them the video you can see below.