Italian astrophysicist and a pair of neurosurgeons Use mathematical calculations to compare structural similarities. As well as other characteristics that are surprisingly similar between the tiny human brain and the vast universe
They believe that there is a certain natural law that regulates the basic things. Which is responsible for creating things that look superficial and make a big difference Like the human brain and the universe Instead, they have something in common in essence.
Although it has long been noticed that a network of hundreds of billions of neurons connected in the brain. Very similar to the network The cosmic network, the most basic structure of the universe, is connected to galaxies and sets of galaxies.
The fibers consist of mostly dark matter and clusters of gases produced by stars. The gravitational force of dark matter in cosmic fibers leads to the separation of a cluster of galaxies from space in space. And connected to each other in a network like even iai
In the latest research published in the journal Frontiers in Physics, Dr. Franco Vazza from the University of Bologna and Dr. Alberto Feletti from the University of Verona, Italy. He studied the human brain and the universe, which are the most complex systems in nature. Causing to find many surprising facts together
Although the brain and the universe differ in vast expanses, there are 27 rankings of the order of magnitude, or about 1 billion, billions, billions of times larger. But there is a similar level of complexity and organization within the budget. While the human cerebellum contains about 70 billion neurons. The cosmic fibers of the visible part of the universe contain more than 100 billion galaxies.
The flow of information and energy between each node represents 25% of the total mass and energy of the system. This figure is calculated for both the human brain and the structure of the universe.
On matters of essential elements The brain feeds 77%, while the universe has 72% dark energy as the main component, and both are remarkably similar. And they are all those who penetrate the system without playing a clear role in the internal structure either.
A comparison of cerebellar brain tissue was also performed. In the model of the network of cosmic fibers, 300 light-years wide, the distribution of matter in the brain with a length of 1 μm-0.1 mm was determined, according to the same pattern as in the network of cosmic fibers, which is thought to be 5 million – 500 million light-years.
Neurons and galaxies of the human brain They tend to be more concentrated on central nodes than others, and have a similar relationship of connections at the point of connection, and also have a “memory” that contains complex system information. Together it is also estimated that the human brain can recognize approximately 2.5 petabytes (petabytes) of information, while it takes 4.3 petabytes to record the entire universe.
Dr. Vazza and Dr. Faletti hope that their preliminary study will help pave the way for a better understanding of the natural laws behind the universal organization of things. “Certain rules link two extremely different systems to be consistent. And you follow similar physical principles. In the end, they look more like the same subunit, “Faletti said.