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The Amazing Human Body

Matthew Stingleback

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24 The Brain

Episode 24 As promised, I will now tell you where you can find Einsteins Brain, but first some interesting facts: - Einstein did not learn to speak until the age of four and his teacher later said that there wouldn't be much of this boy when he grew-up. - His brain was 15% wider than that of a normal human, much because he was great at visualizing things making his inferior parietal regions wider. So, where is his brain now? when his autopsy was complete his brain was later divided and sent to various universities to be studied. it can there for be enjoyed throughout the entire world, but mainly in the United States. stingleback@live.com

52 s2012 DEC 24
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24 The Brain

23 memories

Episode 23 You might think that memories are stored in the brain much like a video. this is completely false. The brain captures a memory much like photography, small pictures of a situation. and then constructs the pieces in between on it's own. This makes for a very bad memory if you want it to be accurate, this is why witnesses in court can tell a story completely different from one another. Memories are also very fragile and especially when we just have experienced one and before it is stored in our long term memory base. stingleback@live.com

43 s2012 DEC 23
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23 memories

22 Multi-tasking

Episode 22 No matter how much computers and smart-phones want you to believe it, you can probably only do one thing at a time. Multi-tasking is something only 2.5% of the population can actually do without seeing a degradation in performance. These people are called super-taskers. "Hang-on", I hear you say, "I can drive and talk at the same time". Yes, that's true! but what you are actually doing is putting you driving "on hold" by letting your unconsciousness do it for you. Try instead driving though a battlefield with bombs going off and having an existential conversation about life. stingleback@live.com

48 s2012 DEC 22
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22 Multi-tasking

Latest Episodes

24 The Brain

Episode 24 As promised, I will now tell you where you can find Einsteins Brain, but first some interesting facts: - Einstein did not learn to speak until the age of four and his teacher later said that there wouldn't be much of this boy when he grew-up. - His brain was 15% wider than that of a normal human, much because he was great at visualizing things making his inferior parietal regions wider. So, where is his brain now? when his autopsy was complete his brain was later divided and sent to various universities to be studied. it can there for be enjoyed throughout the entire world, but mainly in the United States. stingleback@live.com

52 s2012 DEC 24
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24 The Brain

23 memories

Episode 23 You might think that memories are stored in the brain much like a video. this is completely false. The brain captures a memory much like photography, small pictures of a situation. and then constructs the pieces in between on it's own. This makes for a very bad memory if you want it to be accurate, this is why witnesses in court can tell a story completely different from one another. Memories are also very fragile and especially when we just have experienced one and before it is stored in our long term memory base. stingleback@live.com

43 s2012 DEC 23
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23 memories

22 Multi-tasking

Episode 22 No matter how much computers and smart-phones want you to believe it, you can probably only do one thing at a time. Multi-tasking is something only 2.5% of the population can actually do without seeing a degradation in performance. These people are called super-taskers. "Hang-on", I hear you say, "I can drive and talk at the same time". Yes, that's true! but what you are actually doing is putting you driving "on hold" by letting your unconsciousness do it for you. Try instead driving though a battlefield with bombs going off and having an existential conversation about life. stingleback@live.com

48 s2012 DEC 22
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22 Multi-tasking

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