Just Like Antimatter Changed Physics, “Antimemories” Could Revolutionize Neuroscience

A new theory suggests our brains form the exact opposite patterns of electrical activity to our original memories. In the last century, the discovery of “antimatter” revolutionized our understanding of the universe and the laws of physics. Antimatter refers to a “mirror image” material of subatomic particles of matter, like electrons, protons, and quarks, but with the opposite charge. With the help of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), researchers at CERN were able to confirm the fundamental symmetry between matter and antimatter, but there’s still a lot to learn about the mysterious substance. Now, this same idea of a “mirror image” is being proposed to explain something just as perplexing as the universe: our minds. SEE ALSO: Researchers Discover Mysterious New Quantum State of Matter In particular, researchers at the University…


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