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Karen Callis

on 10 November 2015

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Transcript of brains

What percentage of our brains do we use?
WHEN do we not use 100% of our brains?
There are only 4 ways to not use 100% of your brains 1) sleep 2) rest 3) if you have a disease 4) if you are dead
where did the 10% myth come from?
Originally the 10% myth came from Albert Einstein. The 10% myth was his way of explaining his abnormal intellegence. The true explanation was simply that he better comprehended the facts given to him.
how did the 10% myth spread?
Most people looked up to Albert Einstein so when they heard his 10% theory they told oters and they told others up until the modern centuries. People then put it on website after website until everyone knew it. (or thought it)
how much information can our brains hold at one time?
Most people can only hold about 7 items of information at one time. However you can train your brains to memorize and hold more.
Do we use our Brain at 100% power?
While we use 100% of our brains we don't use it at 100% power. If we did our brains would burn out (or quit) and we would die
Julia Briggs
Despite the popular myth, ''We only use 10% of our brain,'' we acually use 100% of our brains. If we only used 10% of our brain it would be about like being paralized, blind, or deaf. Different parts of the brain control different thing, so without part of it we wouldn't be able to do certain things.

sources: faculty.washington.edu, hub.jhu.edu, tdlc.ecsd.edu,
faculty.bucks.edu, and faculty.washington.edu again
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