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Vardigon

The thing that bothers me the most and what i really think could be made with lot of practise is the abbility to train the brain to do several things at once. I even think that even simplest activity like maybe surfing and listening to music is doing more things at once. But how to take control of it. We all now, at least most of us that humans are using just 5-7% of their brain, well at least that the area where there is electricity so it is considered the used part of brain. But what about the rest.

Some people believe that the brain has untapped potential: I believe this is possible. It has been said (search Google) that it is a myth that people only use 5-7% of their brains. I think this might be true, but I'm not absolutely sure. It might be good for you to examine holograph theory in relation to the mind and the universe if you want to know more. The basic idea of holograms is that in one, you can store a massive amount of information: so I do believe that the brain is able to store a lot more information than we'd normally think, if it really is a store of information. Another idea of mental ability, which I ascribe to, is that the brain acts more as a router than a hard drive and CPU, and that the actual components are on a non-physical level of reality. Astral plane, energetic plane, other planes, vibrations, and levels of existences are basically what I'm talking about. I posit that the brain just acts as a compositor of this information. My reasoning on this theory? It's based in meditation. If you look in certain metaphysics groups, and discover what they see through meditation, I think you'd be quite astounded. People are supposedly able to interact with a deeper part of their beings -- they feel that it's true. This is what one might call the 'soul' or 'spirit' of the human. Remote viewing, telepathy, empathy, and all sorts of psychic/psionic faculties can possibly be described by saying that the brain isn't the only utility we have in the mental/cognitive realm. All of these theories wouldn't be so popular if there was at least some truth underlying the myth, amirite? :( Even if it might not be what you expect it to be.

 

So it's not just the brain, but also whether or not we have other parts and components on currently unseeable levels that drive our potential up.

 

If you want more information on how to do these metaphysical activites, I'd suggest you check out a website, http://vsociety.net/, and search for Dynamic Psi. Of course, one might believe that this is all hogwash. Even so, you still have holograph theory :D. And the idea that the brain uses quantum tunneling, which might explain its speed. So you have an increased hard drive space through holograms in the brain, and increased CPU speed through quantum tunneling. If you read the book The Holographic Universe, you'll discover that holograms don't even have to be placed in normal physical spatial terms of X, Y, and Z. We can store memories anywhere we like.


PilzzE

Hmm our brain could multitask i think.A little example,I can write with left and right ... this is not multitaking but,I write 2 different things. I took alooooooooottt of practice and it needs a lot of concentration but i can do it.Here is a tip how you could accomplish this:First you wil need to practice to write with your right hand if you are lef handed and visa versa,in the process your brain wil make more connections between some parts of your brain ( don't know which one ).Once you can write with youre other hand you can start on writing with 2 hands the same sentence/words.then the next step is writing 2 different sentences/words at the same time.It will take a huge amount of time to learn but it is possible.If this could be considered as multitasking than it is possible. :)


Diffusr

Maybe the 10% is because of the energy usage. The brain is quite power hungry. Perhaps the extra 90% kicks in during extreme emergencies - life and death situations. There are reports of time seeming to slow down and super human strength from people who have been through this.


klusk

Lot of people have had experiences of their dreams coming true...and people just think that they have started foreseeing things...but i think it's not true...people just love relating their dreams to reality....Just think this way...we all dream a lot...so their may be instances when in our real life some events may happen which may be closer to our dreams...and we think we are foreseeing things when they may be just pure coincidence...If some such coincidence happens to a guy, he just goes about telling everyone...and after many retelling ...the story is twisted so much that people think the guy has some psychic abilities.....anyways we are going off the topic...yeah , its true that we don't use much of our brain...some use more and some use less....i have had a few very brilliant friends who could solve tough logic problems much faster than most of us...but the question is how does one develop his thinking power....and the answer i have is, using it more and more....even the genius friend i am talking about had the habit of thinking deep in every problem given to him...not mugging up things as most of us do....so if we work the brain more and more...it will develop more...we just need some good brain exercises...and their are sites who are good at it...one such site is funtrivia....


joeblogg

Oh I don't think we use 10% of our brains, in fact I believe we use less than that don't we? I know that people who use that much of their brain are actually super geniouses, however this also makes them lack in other areas (such as communication). Having a super brain that can allow you do many things at once may actually just 'fry' your brain so to speak. Then again, if you used even 30% of your brain you could do so much more. The question is how do you access such a high amount >.>

yeah we do use less than 10% of our brains. if we could use 30% that could do a massive amount of things and be a lot more capable doing multitasking. Imagine if we could use 100% of our brain lolz. We would be like really powerful mentally. :lol:

Tran-Gate

The thing that bothers me the most and what i really think could be made with lot of practise is the abbility to train the brain to do several things at once. I even think that even simplest activity like maybe surfing and listening to music is doing more things at once. But how to take control of it. We all now, at least most of us that humans are using just 5-7% of their brain, well at least that the area where there is electricity so it is considered the used part of brain. But what about the rest.

Is it possible for someone to use more that 10% of the brain? I mean, what if there was an art to somehow control all, or almost all, parts of your brain? We would be much smarter? Technology and the economy would soar like crazy? Would we be able to look into our past lives? See the future?

had a same things with dreams. just not so vivid. i dreamt few days ago some horrifying dream with my car and 3 days later i had an accident. i was ok, but my car isn't.
dreams can be interpretations of future that is going to happen, but then again if we try to avoid something that happened to us in a dream maybe something even worst could happen. that is the balance of nature and karma which i really belive in.


So maybe if we could manage all parts of our brains, we would be able to interpret the future ourselves? I wonder if we could control it, fate would punish us and turn to the worst scenario possible.

Will humans ever create a device for humans to control the human brain?

csp4.0

The brain is like a dual-core CPU... Just integrated so much that it literally acts as a single-core CPU... But if you break that connection, it would turn the brain back into a dual-core CPU...I was watching a documentary about a savant who's connection between his brain's hemisphere's are so terrible, he can read two pages on a book at the same time and because of that, he can memorise anything and everything he sees/hears/says etc as an added bonus... :) The brain has possibly infinite amout of "memory" as in theory, if every subatomic particle in the universe was converted to data, it SHOULD fit into the memory on a single human brain... :oWe do use <12% of our brain at any one time... And by brain I mean neurons... So we can only use <12% of all the neurons in the human brain at any one time...A normal human brain cannot possible multi-task like that of a quad-core CPU... Nor can it do things as fast but it has infinite potential... Meaning a few genetic adjustmentrs here and there and a Intel Core 2 Quad surgically placed inside the brain :P should do the trick... :P;)



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