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Scientists have discovered evidence that our universe is very similar to a massive brain

We further assert that the cosmos is a reflection of ourselves, citing how the retina, veins, and brain cells represent optical phenomena in nature. Isn’t it correct that what happens above happens below? Take a look at what’s going on here.

What about the idea of the whole universe becoming a gigantic brain? Scientists and science fiction writers have proposed the idea of the cosmos as a “giant brain” for decades, but now physicists say there might be evidence that it is true (in a sense).

The cosmos is expanding like a massive brain, according to an analysis published in Nature’s Science Journals, with the electrical firing of brain cells mirrored in the shape of expanding galaxies.

It was later discovered that the human brain is made up of a network of 69 billion neurons. The cosmos contains at least 100 billion galaxies. When comparing the proportion of neurons in the brain to clusters of stars in the Universe, the researchers found that they all account for about 30% of the mass of all structures.

The remaining 70% is made up of components that are essential but inactive. The brain, for example, contains water, while the Universe contains dark energies.

According to the results of a computer simulation, “natural development dynamics” – the way systems change – are the same with different forms of networks, like the internet, the human brain, and the whole world. When the researchers compared the evolution of the cosmos to the growth of social networks and brain circuits, they found that both networks evolved in the same way: by balancing links between similar nodes with nodes that already had a lot of connections.

A pet lover surfing the web, for example, may go to mega-sites like Google or Yahoo, as well as cat fancier websites or kitten videos on YouTube. Neurons bind to “Google brain cells,” which are bound to a slew of other brain cells, in the same manner as neighboring brain cells do.

Kevin Bassler, a physicist at the University of Houston, said, “The recent research shows that these networks may be regulated by a single fundamental law of nature.” “For a physicist, it’s an immediate hint that there’s some missing understanding about how nature works,” says Dmitri Krioukov of the University of California, San Diego.

According to the original study, “here we show that the causal network representing the large-scale structure of spacetime in our accelerating universe is a power-law graph with strong clustering, analogous to other dynamic networks like the Internet, social, or biological networks.”

This structural resemblance is induced by the asymptotic equivalence between the large-scale growth dynamics of complex networks and causal networks.”

So, this may seem strange at first, but consider it. According to science, consciousness is the underlying fabric of the universe from which all things emerge (M-theory, string theory, Unified Field Theory, etc. see the work of Dr. Amit Goswami and Dr. John Hagelin).

As a result, the fabric of the world is not only conscious, but also evolving in the same way that a brain does. Still there’s a snag… What is the purpose of a brain? Is it true that we just exist as a concept in a Super Intelligence’s head?

Is it true that we are nothing more than brain cells residing inside a Cosmic Mind? Maybe, maybe not, but it’s a thought worth considering.