Sep 7, 2017

The human brain can create structures in up to 11 dimensions

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Neuroscientists have used the application of sophisticated mathematics to peer into the structure of our brains. What they’ve discovered is that the brain contains multi-dimensional geometrical structures and spaces within the networks of our brains that operate in 11 dimensions.

We’re used to seeing the world in 3 dimensions, but this recent study is opening up new research into the brain and how we perceive reality.

Algebraic topology, popularly known as “rubber-sheet geometry”, is used to study different kinds of hole structures, and scientists say the research has significant implications for our understanding of the brain.

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