by Don Miller | Jan 17, 2020
This is an exact representation of 3-billionths of a mouse’s brain. It’s about the size of a dust particle. It took teams of scientists from Harvard and other universities 5 years to figure this out.
They say it will take more computer data than is in the world today to precisely map the human brain as they did this tiny speck of a mouse’s brain. It would take over 1 billion years to do this for the human brain.
The really wild thing about this is that our DNA only has 30,000 coded regions. How can 30,000 of anything build a brain like ours AND everything else in the human body? Apparently DNA is the ultimate condensation of knowledge, requiring an infinite mind to weave it all together!
“Great is the Lord and abundant in strength. His understanding is INFINITE.” Psalms 147:5 Re-trust everything weighing on you. Your infinite God wholly knows every detail and has every answer thoroughly planned out.
Note: In thinking more about this picture (Figure 3, E) …I think it may be the most astonishing picture ever made showing the infinite complexity of the Creation. Think about it…This is three BILLIONTHS of a mouse’s brain. Multiply it by 300 million and you have a mouse’s brain. How can it possibly work? How can our brains work?
They say that we are continually making 10 million 3-11 dimensional electrical structures and destroying them in every BB-sized part of the brain. AND THEY THINK THAT THIS IS WHERE WE MAY STORE MEMORY!
Huh? This is computerization of another universe! It all makes me wonder about what is to come by His power. God says this about the world to come: “Things which the eye has not seen, and the ear not heard, and which have not entered the mind of man..all this God has prepared for those who love Him.” –2 Corinthians.2:9
After understanding more what God had to do to create the mouse, and us–these words hit with FAR greater power!
Narayanan Kasthuri, Kenneth Jeffrey Hayworth, Daniel Raimund Berger, et al. “Saturated Reconstruction of a Volume of Neocortex.” Elsevier Inc. Published by Elsevier Inc. March 10, 2015. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cell.2015.06.054