What Would Happen If We Could Use 100% Of Our Brain?

 http://www.mysterytechs.com/2018/05/We-Could-Use-100-Of-Our-Brain.html
If you are watching lucy Movie then you think What Would Happen If We Could Use 100% Of Our Brain?

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What would be possible if humans used 100% of their brain power?
some say that we would have perfect telekinesis and telepathy. i think that humans already have telepahy, they just don't use it, thus causing it to "disappear". others have said that we could walk through walls.

id like a list of what you think is possible if we used 100% of our brain.

 http://www.mysterytechs.com/2018/05/We-Could-Use-100-Of-Our-Brain.html
You have a use or lose it brain. Any unused connections go dormant to free up resources needed to strengthen those connections that are most often used. Neuroplasticity is competitive, and functioning areas of the brain not receiving any stimuli will be quickly taken over. In experiments where participants were blindfolded, their visual cortices started reorganizing themselves to process sound in just two days!

the brain can not be 100% active, MRI's and others have shown that only certin parts of the brain are active at any given time, that activity is in the range of 10 - 40%.(in someone that is awake)

Myth:- We are using 10% Brain
Truth:- We already use 100% Brain (Because our made only 10% of neurons )

In fact, the entire premise of only “using” a certain proportion of your brain is misguided. When your brain works on a problem—turning light that hits your retina into an image, or preparing to reach for a pint of beer, or solving an algebra problem—its effectiveness is as much a question of “where” and “when” as it is of “how much.” Certain regions of the brain are more specialized than others to deal with certain tasks, and most behavior depends on tight temporal coordination between those regions. Your visual system helps you locate that pint of beer, and your motor system gets your hand around it. The idea that swaths of the brain are stagnant pudding while one section does all the work is silly. The brain is a complex, constantly multi-tasking network of tissue.

http://www.mysterytechs.com/2018/05/We-Could-Use-100-Of-Our-Brain.html

Still, the appeal of the myth is clear. If we only use 10 percent of our brains, imagine how totally great life would be if we could use more. You could dazzle Grandma and her nursing-home crew during Jeopardy. Or, like Lucy, you could learn Chinese calligraphy in an hour. The 10-percent myth presses the same buttons as any self-help scheme that promises to make us better, faster. As Wang told me, it’s “like the 4-hour workweek guy.”


By sujeet kumar
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