Authors: Nicolae Mazilu
This work is addressed to a wide range of scientists who approach the research of the human brain from different points of view. Our main point is that no matter of the angle of approach in the brain research, a scientist has to be aware of the physical possibility of working of the brain. We describe this possibility by modeling the brain as light. The essential physical property of this model is fractality. It will be physically explained for the light itself and then applied as such to the brain. The main brain functions: the memory, acquiring information, and handling this information are then explained as scale transient fractal phenomena. This physical model is thereby useful in guiding any research on brain, no matter of its nature.
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