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Melvin A. Felton


A short introduction

Melvin Felton attended Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA, USA (B.S. Mathematics, 2000), and Hampton University in Hampton, VA, USA (M.S. Physics, 2003). From 2003 to the present, Melvin has been employed as a physicist at a US national science laboratory. Much of Melvin's professional research has concerned remote sensing of the lower atmosphere. Since 2009, Melvin has utilized his personal time to research and write Universe Within: The Surprising Way the Human Brain Models the Universe (Iff Books, fall 2021). Beginning in 2015, Melvin branched out professionally and began conducting research in the fields of cybernetics and computational neuroscience. Melvin has since attended and presented his research at international conferences for computational neuroscience—Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference (EMBC) and the Annual Computational Neuroscience Meetings (CNS). Melvin has also published his recent research in the peer-reviewed journal Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience.


Is the human brain a model of the universe? Read and commented on by Nadia Hassan

The article Nadia Hassan reads today presents documented similarities between the human brain and the cosmos, and poses the question: can either be modeled after the other? This very exciting possibility might allow as of yet undiscovered truths about both realms, and bring us closer to the Holy Grail of modern physics, the Theory of Everything.

Is the human brain a model of the universe?

In this eye-popping essay, physicist and mathematician Melvin Felton explores the uncanny and unexpected similarities between the structure of the human brain and the universe at large, at both unfathomably small and unfathomably vast scales. Nothing in today’s science explains these bewildering similarities.

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