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Our Brains have a Basic Algorithm that enables our Intelligence

Our brains have a basic algorithm that enables us to not just recognize a traditional Thanksgiving meal, but the intelligence to ponder the broader implications of a bountiful harvest as well as good family and friends. 156 more words

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Your Brain can do more than You Think it can

Our brains have the built-in potential to perform at levels far beyond what many of us consider our “natural abilities” … brains change and adapt through training. 152 more words

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Brains work via their Genes just as much as their Neurons

It’s not headline news that our brains are the seat of our thoughts and feelings. The brain is a body’s decision-maker, the pilot of its actions and the engineer that keeps all systems going. 161 more words

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How to Turn on the Part of Your Brain that Controls Motivation

We know we should put the cigarettes away or make use of that gym membership, but in the moment, we just don’t do it. There is a cluster of neurons in our brain critical for motivation, though. 53 more words

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Aftermaths Of War

It is almost always common to experience hunger, starvation, or famine whenever there is war, if you’re living in such zone(s). Do we really think about why this always is? 299 more words

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'We’re growing brains outside of the body'

Madeleine Lancaster has 300 brains growing in her lab – here’s how she’s done it. As she speaks, Madeleine Lancaster rests her hand on her pregnant belly. 1,947 more words

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Large Human Brain Evolved as a Result of ‘Sizing Each Other Up’ in large Cooperative Social Groups

Researchers propose the human brain is disproportionately large as a result of sizing one another up in large cooperative social groups. Experts suggest that complex decisions of whether to help someone or not could have led to the disproportionately large human brain. 187 more words

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