Human brain found to contain multi-dimensional holographic geometry that might be involved in forming memories

Despite tremendous technological advancements in recent years, there is still much about the human brain that scientists do not fully understand. 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.

These structures are formed when groups of neurons form what they’ve termed a clique, with each neuron connecting to all of the others in the group in just the right way to produce a geometric object. Cliques with more neurons create geometric objects with more dimensions.

Algebraic topology was used to carry out multiple tests on virtual brain tissue to verify that these multi-dimensional brain structures were not produced by chance. Subsequent studies of real brain tissue confirmed the discovery was biologically relevant. Moreover, it appears that the human brain is constantly rewiring throughout development in order to create a network that has the maximum amount of high-dimensional structures possible. (Related: Follow more news on the brain at Brain.news.)

The scientists likened the process to a spontaneous sandcastle, saying: “The progression of activity through the brain resembles a multi-dimensional sandcastle that materializes out of the sand and then disintegrates.”

Unlocking the mysteries of memory

Understanding these shapes could help scientists learn more about the way that memories are formed, which is largely a mystery. MIT neuroscientists recently challenged the standard model for memory consolidation when they discovered that memories are actually formed simultaneously in the brain’s hippocampus and some specialized neurons known as engram cells found in the prefrontal cortex.

In the past, it was believed that the hippocampus was the brain’s “memory hub”, while the prefrontal cortex was thought to only be responsible for executive functions like impulse control and emotional regulation. Not only did the scientists find that memories are formed simultaneously in both the hippocampus and the prefrontal cortex, but they also discovered that they form rapidly before ultimately going their separate ways.

Scientists also recently identified more than a hundred genes that are linked to memory, which could one day help scientists to develop treatments for people suffering from impaired memory.

Understanding memory is becoming increasingly pressing as the number of people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease continues to rise. The Alzheimer’s Association reports that someone in the U.S. develops Alzheimer’s every 66 seconds, and it’s our nation’s sixth-leading cause of death. It’s believed that today’s figure of five million Americans suffering from the disease could reach 16 million by 2020. As scientists continue to learn more about the precise mechanisms of brain functioning, potential solutions or even preventive measures could emerge to help fight this uphill battle.

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2 thoughts on “Human brain found to contain multi-dimensional holographic geometry that might be involved in forming memories

  1. Yes.

    Incoming information is transformed into spheric layers created as the sensory system compresses it into ever smaller versions until it is at the level of DNA frequencies, with the next step of compression it becomes longterm memory held in frequency values that are higher and faster than the physical processes can connect with, but since this process continues inward all the information is contained in what is basically a tiny sphere or dot within the brain.

    What is called electromagnetic waves are actually twelve-phased continuous feeds containing information on all those levels, with each one having its own polar orientation within the set.Although the angles are on opposite sides of the brain, each angle is polarized with the negative polarity at the center and the positive on the outside. However, the opposing forms seem to be positive and negative because in each set one is of a higher frequency, giving it the nature of being the negative pole to the opposite side.

    When this continuous feed reaches each new level of compression, it releases the excess energy it contains through the twelve layers, which causes them to turn and parallel the incoming original feed, thus becoming circular or orbit the center. This is what the layers are made of and there are continuous feeds from all the sensory systems parts, so the compression process contains all the senses which are fed to both brain and to the longterm memory.

    When this happens at the DNA level the information is stored in all of the DNA throughout the body, but what is transferred into longterm memory does so only at the center of the brain where all the spheric layers originate.

    There are twelve of these angles equidistant from one another, but they are probably not including the original incoming feed angle. Each feed exists at these twelve distinct frequencies simultaneously and all of them represent a complete holographic record of sensory information. Thus we have awareness and memory of the 360 degree area surrounding us in both our brains and our longterm spheric memory.

    The spheric dot is the basis of Orbs and the basis of advanced consciousness outside the body, although the sphere is capable of generating any of the original information it contains as an externalized form in the space around it, all of the information is within the sphere.

    Although I have written extensively about this in the past on y website SCIET.com, it has become necessary to wait for science to catch up with what is basically a theoretic model based on a novel way of measuring the resonance between infinite points in space. That these points are resonant is what causes the formation of all spheric forms in space, beginning with the first protons or proto-molecular forms. The same mathematical model can be used to explain the origin of matter in space and the actual creation of the fabric of space before the creation of resonance between infinite points.

    I have explained this on my site (first published in 1996) in greater detail, and now that there is some experimental confirmation, I expect that more people will be interested in these ideas.

    Dane

  2. The brain is just the computer where information and memories – experiences – are stored. It is not the ‘mind of God/dess that we are. Therefore, the brain can be manipulated to serve someone else’s agendas.

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