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Mysteries of the human brain

Brain Mysteries

It is believed that the brain receives information from the outside world, processes it and takes one or other decision. According to specialists the brain can store up to fifteen trillion different data bits.

But there are cases in which part of the human brain is removed - as is the case with fourteen years old Ahad Israfil that in an accident lost some of his most important body.

His life does not differ much from the life of his peers, whose brain is untouched - except that he was in a wheelchair.

But the boy thinks of his age. There is a theory that the mechanism of brain activity leads to workings of something outside the human body.

Thus, just switch your brain that receives signals and transmits them. There are experts who believe that consciousness is not at all connected with the physical brain.

The argument in favor of this is that the brain and every other organ of the human body consists of cells, but they can not think. It occurs that the brain is a device that detects thoughts.

There are many instances in medicine where people are deprived of part of the brain, but after the restore, change is not seen in them.

In 1935 the hospital in St. Vincent New York, a baby is born, which lived twenty-seven days. It slept, cried and ate like all the others. After the sudden death his anatomist nearly faints, because it turned out that the baby's skull was completely empty.

Even the most perfect car can not function without a motor, so obviously our notions of the human brain do not correspond to the truth.

It is not excluded that some of the people on our planet do not have a very human origin and to have something like biorobots, say experts.

Otherwise there is no explanation for cases in which workers lose part of their brain and instead of lying in deep sleep, get up and go alone to the doctor's office.

Of course, such cases can lead to loss of certain abilities such as speech or hearing, but the ability to think is not lost, except in egregious cases.