Wednesday, June 21, 2017


The Human Brain Can Create Structures in Up to 11 Dimensions

Neuroscientists have used a classic branch of maths in a totally new way to peer into the structure of our brains. What they’ve discovered is that the brain is full of multi-dimensional geometrical structures operating in as many as 11 dimensions.
We’re used to thinking of the world from a 3-D perspective, so this may sound a bit tricky, but the results of this new study could be the next major step in understanding the fabric of the human brain - the most complex structure we know of.
The study was published in Frontiers of Computational Neuroscience.
Conceptual illustration of brain networks (l) and topology ®, courtesy of Blue Brain Project
Too bad all I use mine for is making cum jokes
*the unimpressed chuckle of a faraway Alex Jones*

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