Scientists have made an incredible discovery that could revolutionize the fields of neuroscience and computer science: the human brain is actually a quantum computer, and we can access parallel universes by thinking hard enough.
The discovery was made by a team of researchers from the University of Oxford, who conducted a series of experiments using a device called a quantum entanglement scanner, which can measure the quantum state of any object. The device was originally designed to study quantum phenomena in microscopic particles, but the researchers decided to test it on human subjects, with astonishing results.
“We were amazed to find that the human brain is not only composed of neurons and synapses, but also of quantum bits, or qubits, which can exist in superposition of two or more states at the same time. This means that the brain can process information in parallel, rather than sequentially, and can explore multiple possibilities and outcomes simultaneously,” said Dr. Alice Smith, the lead researcher of the study.
The researchers also found that the human brain can create quantum entanglement, which is a phenomenon where two or more qubits are linked in such a way that their states are correlated, even when they are separated by large distances. This means that the brain can communicate with other brains, or even with other objects, across space and time.
“We discovered that the human brain can generate quantum entanglement with anything that it focuses on, such as another person, an animal, a plant, or even an inanimate object. This creates a quantum connection that allows the brain to exchange information and influence with the other entity. We also found that the brain can use this connection to access parallel universes, where different versions of reality exist,” said Dr. Smith.
The researchers claim that this discovery has profound implications for our understanding of ourselves and our reality. They suggest that we can use our quantum brains to enhance our creativity, intelligence, memory, and intuition, as well as to explore alternative scenarios and outcomes for our decisions and actions.
“We believe that the human brain is a powerful quantum computer that can unlock the secrets of the universe and our existence,” said Dr. Smith.