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Unread Messageby Obamot » 04 / 07 / 16, 02: 36

Where it is marked with a 3D printer?

I rather think that this is the video that is rigged.
The front of the mirror index is much too high and bent relative to that in the mirror.
The two inches should not be visible in the manner shown in the mirror (see the nails, the thumb of the left hand is clearly too low to be still visible in the mirror).

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There are plenty of other places, including 0 "33s the object can not be reflected by the mirror, because it is too" out of scope "to be reflected.
As shadows in the mirror are located at the opposite of where they should be ....

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But if we do not look at these details we do not notice anything, it's very well done. probably morphing?
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 04 / 07 / 16, 11: 15

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Unread Messageby Christophe » 19 / 06 / 17, 14: 22

We are not the 1er April! This news is pretty bluffing! From the team: http://bluebrain.epfl.ch/

http://www.iflscience.com/brain/researc ... the-brain/

Researchers Reveal The Multi-Dimensional Universe Of The Brain

The human brain is a convoluted labyrinth of passages in constant flux - roads are being created, strengthened, and deconstructed on a daily basis. On top of this, there are billions of neurons communicating with each other all day, every day via these ever-changing passages. At their junctions, there are synapses - about 1 quadrillion of them. If this all sounds complicated enough, then add a mind-boggling 11 dimensions to the mix.

Get ready, this new research is set to be a head-twister.

The study, published in Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, uses algebraic topology to reveal the multi-dimensional architecture of the brain. This branch of mathematics harnesses abstract algebra to study topological spaces, such as spheres, knots, and tori.

The team from Blue Brain Project focused on "cliques" and "cavities" to paint a picture of the structures and spaces within the brain. When neurons form a clique, they connect to every other neuron in the group in a way that forms a precise geometric object. The more neurons there are in a click, the more connections there are, and the greater the dimension of the object.

Henry Markram, director of Blue Brain Project, in a statement, "There are tens of millions of these objects even in a small specimen of the brain, up through seven dimensions. In some networks, we even found structures with up to eleven dimensions. "

The purpose of this work is to provide a framework for the development of a multi-dimensional internal work of the brain.

A representation of the neurons and connections that, in terms of the model, make up multi-dimensional "cliques". Above is a 5-dimensional simplex. Blue Brain Project When the team then added a stimulus into the virtual brain, progressively higher dimensional cliques assembled and enclosed holes, or cavities. Much of these developments, however, were ephemeral.

Co-author Ran Levi paints it in a simpler fashion: "The appearance of high-dimensional cavities when the brain is processing information means that the neurons in the network react to stimuli in an extremely organized manner. (1D), then cubes (2D), and then more complex geometries with 3D, 4D , Etc. The progression of activity through the brain resembles a multi-dimensional sandcastle that then sheds sand and then disintegrates. "

The team did their best to verify their findings by testing the results on real brain tissue. They were the first to develop a high-dimensional structure.

It is the key to note that the objects in this study are not more than three dimensions outside the space of this model, it's just that the mathematics used to describe the intricacy can have more dimensions.


https://youtu.be/rhJca_nZTSg

In google translates this gives:

Researchers reveal the multidimensional universe of the brain

The human brain is a labyrinth wrapped with constant flow passages: roads are created, reinforced and deconstructed daily. In addition, there are billions of neurons that communicate daily, every day, through these ever-changing passages. At their junction, there are synapses: about 1 quadrillion of them. If all this sounds pretty complicated, add 11 incredible dimensions to the mix.

Prepare yourself, this new research should be a head-twister.

The study, published in Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, uses an algebraic topology to reveal the multidimensional architecture of the brain. This branch of mathematics exploits abstract algebra to study topological spaces, such as spheres, knots and tori.

The Blue Brain Project team focused primarily on "cliques" and "cavities" to paint an image of structures and spaces in the brain. When the neurons form a clique, they connect to all the other neurons in the group so as to form a precise geometric object. The more neurons there are in a clique, the more connections there are and the larger the size of the object.

"We found a world we never imagined," said neurologist Henry Markram, director of Blue Brain Project, in a statement, "there are tens of millions of these objects even in a small The end of the brain, through seven dimensions. "In some networks, we even found structures with up to eleven dimensions."

The aim of this work is to try to eliminate the relatively flat representation of the brain that we have and to reveal the multidimensional internal functioning of the brain.

A representation of the neurons and the connections which, in terms of model, constitute multidimensional "cliques". Above is a simplex in 5 dimensions. Blue Brain Project When the team then added a stimulus into the virtual brain, progressively assembled progressive cliques and closed holes, or cavities. Much of these developments, however, were ephemeral.

The co-author Ran Levi paints it more simply: "The appearance of high-dimensional cavities when the brain processes information means that neurons in the network react to stimuli in an extremely organized way. It is as if the brain reacts to a stimulus by constructing and then destroying a tower of multidimensional blocks, starting with stems (1D), boards (2D), then cubes (3D), then more complex geometries with 4D, 5D, etc. The progression of activity through the brain resembles a multidimensional sand castle that materializes out of the sand and then disintegrates.

The team did its best to verify its results by testing the results on real brain tissue. They assert that their virtual discoveries were biologically relevant and suggest that the brain is constantly replaced during development to build a large structure.

It is essential to note that the objects in this study are no more than three dimensions outside the space of this model, it is simply that the mathematics used to describe the complexity may have more dimensions.
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 09 / 09 / 17, 14: 05

We could be found an alternative to alcohol and drugs to better ... flirt : Cheesy:

http://www.cerveauetpsycho.fr/ewb_pages ... -38727.php

Neurons of dominance

By artificially activating a particular brain area, researchers have turned a fearful male into a dominant inflated insurance ... in the mouse.

What if it were enough to activate a few neurons to transform a fearful introvert into a dominant male, swollen with insurance? In any case, this is just what happened on Tingting Zhou mice, from the Shanghai Biological Sciences Institute, and his colleagues.

By recording the brain activity of pairs of rodents placed face to face in a tube, the researchers detected neurons that were more active in case of dominant behaviors (such as pushing the other). By so-called optogenetic techniques, they then artificially activated these neurons in dominated males, who then imposed their law, forcing their congener to move back into the tube.

The neurons discovered are located in the dorsomedian prefrontal cortex, an area involved in the evaluation of costs and benefits, as well as in the effort required. This type of analysis, more or less conscious, could well underlie the adoption of dominant behaviors.

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Re: Brain, NBIC, consciousness and cognitive facts and mysteries

Unread Messageby Christophe » 15 / 01 / 18, 15: 05

A whole new kind of optical illusion makes us see, in places, curvatures, angles or both. It is called the illusion of curvature blindness. A professor of experimental psychology gives us a telling example.


http://sciencepost.fr/2017/12/nouvelle- ... -rend-fou/

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It's TERRIBLE !! :)
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