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The human mind consists of numerous neurons which might be interconnected in a really sophisticated method. However, the universe is the very foundation of all life and contains a number of billion galaxies. And now scientists have discovered a putting similarity between the 2.
College of Bologna astrophysicist Franco Vazza and the College of Verona, Italy neuroscientist Alberto Feletti have discovered that the advanced net of neurons within the mind appears to be like unusually much like the cosmic community of galaxies. Regardless of being incomparable when it comes to measurement, our mind and the universe show related sorts of group and complexity.
The 2 researchers have given their arguments in a paper published within the journal Frontiers in Physics. They studied the “structural, morphological, community properties and the reminiscence capability of those two fascinating programs, with a quantitative method”. The “tantalizing” outcomes present that each the advanced programs show self-organization that’s seemingly being formed by “related rules of community dynamics, regardless of the radically totally different scales and processes at play”.
The mind has roughly 69 billion neurons whereas the observable universe can depend upon a cosmic net of at the least 100 billion galaxies. Aside from the obvious picture of the human mind and the universe that look related when it comes to the neural and galaxies’ community, each the neurons and the galaxies make up for less than 30 p.c of the full mass of their respective programs. Whereas water makes up for about 70 p.c of the mass of our mind, solely 30 p.c of the universe is seen and the remainder is darkish matter.
The researchers calculated the spectral density of each programs. The outcomes confirmed that the distribution of the fluctuation in each the programs adopted the identical development however on totally different ranges, Franco Vazza stated in a press release. Additionally they calculated the typical variety of connections in every node and the tendency of clustering a number of connections in related central nodes throughout the community and as soon as once more discovered “sudden settlement ranges”.
Alberto Feletti added that these two advanced networks have proven “extra similarities than these shared between the cosmic net and a galaxy or a neuronal community and the within of a neuronal physique”.