Social network and brain activity

Social network analysis views social relationships in terms of network theory consisting of nodes and ties (also called edges, links, or connections). Nodes are the individual actors within the networks, and ties are the relationships between the actors. The resulting graph-based structures are often very complex.
Social network modelized by graph theory
   We could imagine that the links between  consciousnesses of human beings   
are  created and destroyed  constantly, and our thoughts or our actions could affect these links.
 More precisely one consciousness could affect more than one link only with one thought. One thought could create a chain reaction. The dynamic of the graph could be comparable to the structure of the brain explained by this report: The brain mirroring Part1  , The brain mirroring Part2 , The brain mirroring Part3
 In this feature  the brain is described as a dynamic web influenced by external stimuli interfaced by the brain himself. As a consequence a part of the brain can be seen as an interface which is not moving. While an other part can be seen as a dynamic part influenced by the interface. 
Moreover a new experiment with rat neurone show that we could reproduce consciousness by putting neurone in an solution that can be fed and electrically stimulated through a special pattern. The interaction between the neurons make appear a form of inteligency, one neurone alone cannot do anything. 

To conclude I would like to ask few questions. 
Do we feel consciousness only during our lifetime?
Is it possible to have more than one conscience in a single life?

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