Cynthia McKanzie – MessageToEagle.com – The human brain is amazing! Our brain is an advanced super computer that is more efficient, and possesses more raw computational power than the most impressive supercomputers that have ever been built.

A groundbreaking discovery begins to reveal the brain’s deepest architectural secrets and it’s clear that our brain is even more advanced than we could ever imagine. Scientists have discovered a multi-dimensional universe in brain network. There are structures in the brain with up to eleven dimensions!

If we could access higher dimensions we could see all past, present and future events appear before our eyes simultaneously.

The superstring theory, one of the leading theories today has the potential to will unlock one of the biggest mysteries of the universe, namely how gravity and quantum physics fit together. The superstring theory contends that there are 10 dimensions.

In Higher Dimension We Could See Past, Present And Future Events Simultaneously

In higher dimensions, you could see alternate universes.

This new discovery shows there is so much more we don’t know yet about our brain’s capabilities.

Researchers from the Blue Brain Project have used algebraic topology in a way that it has never been used before in neuroscience.

“We found a world that we had never imagined,” says neuroscientist Henry Markram, director of Blue Brain Project and professor at the EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland, “there are tens of millions of these objects even in a small speck of the brain, up through seven dimensions. In some networks, we even found structures with up to eleven dimensions.”

Markram suggests this may explain why it has been so hard to understand the brain. “The mathematics usually applied to study networks cannot detect the high-dimensional structures and spaces that we now see clearly.”

It’s very difficult for us to understand there are worlds beyond our 3-dimensional view of the environment. If 4D worlds stretch our imagination, worlds with 5, 6 or more dimensions are too complex for most of us to comprehend.

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