American scientists have managed to unravel the secret of the human intellect.
Neuroscientists from mit found that makes human intelligence unique.
It should be noted that the nervous system of humans and other mammals already studied well enough how some of its aspects still remains a mystery.
However, American scientists have managed to unravel the secret of the human intellect.
Comparing the speed signals which are distributed between the neutrons in the human brain, with similar processes in rats, experts have found a huge difference in signal strength and depth of processing.
According to the researchers, the transmission of signals in the neuron like a tree, devoid of leaves, the branches of which are transmitted charged particles that occur in the membrane of a neuron, and pass on ion channel.
The results of the experiment showed that this process allows not only to transmit signals but also to configure it, processing the information that spreads from one ion to another. In a sense, these “branches” can be seen as transistors – they amplify some signals while blocking others.
“It’s not that people are smart and animals are stupid. And not even the fact that we have more neurons. From the very outset, the neurons in the human brain behave differently,” says the study’s lead author mark Harnett.
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