Our multi-dimensional memory storage facility, which is like a collection of geometrical “boxes” that defy space and time (thus, not even, strictly, “local” to the inside of our heads)…haven’t I been speculating and blogging about this very thing lately (The Point of it all: memory shared etc.)?
This brand new article extract is taken from Natural News:
One surprising recent study published in Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience has shed new light onto just how complex the brain actually is, with research showing that some of the structures in this vital organ have as many as 11 different dimensions. Studying these structures could give us an understanding of precisely how memories are formed.
The director of the Blue Brain Project in Switzerland, neuroscientist Henry Markram, said that tens of millions of these objects exist in each tiny speck of the brain, with many having seven or even 11 dimensions. He marveled: “We found a world that we had never imagined.”
While these objects only exist in three dimensions in our world, the mathematics that are used to describe them have several additional dimensions. The team used algebraic topology in a new way to uncover a whole world of geometrical structures and spaces with multiple dimensions.
Neuroscience has been struggling to find where the brain stores its memories. ‘They may be ‘hiding’ in high-dimensional cavities,’ Professor Markram, director of Blue Brain Project in Lausanne, Switzerland said (in one of several articles on this topic). How about they are quantum-twinned with an off-site storage entity at the core of our planet (see my previous post on the topic of memory storage, link below)?
Whatever your thoughts, this new research makes fascinating (and exciting) reading – take a look at the article quoted above on Natural News here: Human brain found to contain multi-dimensional holographic geometry that might be involved in forming memories
Related post on this site – “The point of it all: Memory shared”