Friday, November 5, 2010
In the last article I was talking about how the brain is like a hologram. So remember that a hologram is a result of two or more wave patterns intersecting which creates interference patterns. So the bothersome question on the table is where is the brain’s wave patterns? In other words the brain’s rippling pond?
Well it turns out that the brain processes information through neurons... neurons are electrical pathways running throughout the brain and body. Information is transmit by sending an electrical current through a neuron and when it reaches the tip this electrical current radiates out towards another tip or node. This electrical jump from one node to another node creates a wave pattern throughout the brain. Since these neurons are packed very tightly and that there is a lot of jumping going on multiple wave patterns collide, creating multiple interference patterns. Amazing huh! Read More