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The universe is like a giant human brain

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Tom1200

Nonsense.  The Universe is 99.99999999999999999999999999999999999% empty space.  My brain is only 99.999999% empty space.  NOT THE SAME AT ALL.

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Rolci

Took 'em this long to figure it out...

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DreadLordAvatar

CE-5 is proven to be the only way through consciousness and the universe of communicating to aliens.

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ercbreeze

Hope they didn't get any funding for this . . .

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Seti42

Every time I see those CG pictures of galactic superclusters I thought they looked like neurons/a neural web.
It sure took 'real scientists' long enough to notice what this artist has been seeing for years...

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InconceivableThoughts

Um....I saw a picture years ago that showed neuron network's next to a galaxy cluster. They bore a striking resemblance to each other. So this is just now coming to light? Hmmm... When I first so the picture I always wanted there be a correlation to the two. Well at least with the conciousness of part it. Maybe just for a way that my brain could contemplate how a God could exist.

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Big Jim

Like others on here I'm really not surprised.  Many structures and forms are repeated throughout nature. 

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Tom1200
8 hours ago, ercbreeze said:

Hope they didn't get any funding for this . . .

All the funding went on proper, useful projects:

  • Mass-distribution Clusters in Galactic Cores - why do they resemble vomit splatters on the pavement?  (Dave & Tel, Dog & Duck Department, University of Croydon)
  • How fast must a car drive to confuse police speed guns?  (Stephen "Billy Boy" Stevens & Marnie, Lynched Liverpudlian Department, University of Croydon)
  • You know on food packages where it says "not suitable for home freezing"?  Sez who?  (Sailor Stu & Welshcake, Splintered Sphincter Department, University of Croydon)
  • If a body falls in a forest with no one to hear - who's gonna bury it?  (Pete & Two-Legged-Mike, Castrated Choirboy Department, University of Croydon)
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Tom1200

   I need to delete this post...

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Stupidity.

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toast
9 hours ago, DreadLordAvatar said:

CE-5 is proven to be the only way through consciousness and the universe of communicating to aliens.

Go ahead.

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Dreamer screamer

I bet that brain is worth zillions and ziollions of £ pounds.   No wonder why no aliens will come here, we haven't got enough money for them to accept our offers.  They aint coming here for nothing less than zillions of pounds.  I guess we need to work harder and create as much money as possible so we finally get to meet our neighbours.  

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PsiSeeker

Perhaps not too surprising.  One expects thing to look a certain way, perhaps, at a particular level of resolution and complexity.  The average size in the universe is the width of a piece of paper.  Scale this up a bit to a human brain for complexity and then cater in for a few orders of magnitude for size and you might get two resolution scales that look kind of the same.  Electromagnetism is probably the primary force acting in the human brain, that and the van der waals force.  Could gravity mimic electromagnetism at gigantic scales?  This comes back to a centralising important inquisitions into the nature of consciousness.  What is it to be conscious?  Why am I me?  Are you and I really the same with the exception of locality?  When consciousness ceases can it reemerge where the difference is, once more, one of locality?  Is the relativity of time shown by Einstein the reason why two consciousnesses don't superimpose upon one another?  More, what is cognitive ability as it relates to consciousness?  We suppose the human brain is the most intelligent complex Yada Yada Yada but truthfully we are 1 iteration away from animal, only really 1, significant clean cut.  Are we perhaps imbecile still?  Would a word such as intellect even make sense to be utilised?  Is there truly anything central to consciousness that is oneself outside of the separations of subconscious matter?  Man, this stuff is mindboggling.

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Only_

As above, so below.

The ancients knew the Law of Correspondence all along, we are only rediscovering it.

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Twin

I hope our guy doesn't do acid.

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fred_mc

It doesn't seem like a new discovery. I read about this already years ago.

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NCC1701

It will be a slow brain then, as signals take trillions of years to reach the other side of the brain.

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XenoFish
2 hours ago, NCC1701 said:

It will be a slow brain then, as signals take trillions of years to reach the other side of the brain.

That depends on perspect, slow to us, fast to it. 

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Mr Walker
On 11/24/2020 at 9:08 AM, NCC1701 said:

It will be a slow brain then, as signals take trillions of years to reach the other side of the brain.

Nup the thoughts use quantum entanglement and are instantaneous.

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Old Guy
On 11/23/2020 at 6:44 PM, XenoFish said:

That depends on perspect, slow to us, fast to it. 

Oh the Biden effect, good call.

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