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Transcript of Brain
“The brain is not the mind. It is probably impossible to look at a map of brain activity and predict or even understand the emotions, reactions, hopes, and desires of the mind.” —David Brooks
“If I had to live my life again, I would have made a rule to read some poetry and listen to some music at least once a week; for perhaps the parts of my brain now atrophied could thus have been kept active through use.” —Charles Darwin
“The nerve cells that connect teenagers’ frontal lobes with the rest of their brains are sluggish. Teenagers don’t have as much of the fatty coating called myelin, or ‘white matter,’ that adults have in this area.” --Richard Knox
“There are billions of neurons in our brains, but what are neurons? Just cells. The brain has no knowledge until connections are made between neurons. All that we know, all that we are, comes from the way our neurons are connected.” —Tim Berners-Lee
“Vishal has mixed feelings about technology. ‘If it weren’t for the Internet, I’d focus more on school and be doing better academically,’ he says. But thanks to the Internet, he says, he’s discovered and pursued his passion: filmmaking. “Vishal often spends hours working on music videos or film projects with sophisticated film editing software that he taught himself how to use—and then he’s focused in a way he rarely is when doing homework. He hopes colleges will be so impressed by his portfolio that they’ll overlook his school performance.” —Matt Richtel