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Brain’s Complexity ‘Is Beyond Anything Imagined’

January 17, 2011

One human brain is more complex than all the computers on earth combined. 

And we all know these computers were designed by random mutations and freak occurences.  😉 Sorry my evolution believing friends, there’s no way nature could have produced a brain this complex.

http://www.icr.org/article/5877/

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  1. kittycat77 permalink
    February 24, 2011 11:06 pm

    The human brain is more complex, and yet us humans use at the most a little bit of it. Why so little? It’s a huge brain for us little humans right now, but it can teach us something. The most intelligent person in the whole world uses what percent of his/her brain? I think it’s like 7 percent for the most intelligent. A gifted savant probably uses much more, but of a specific area, that is.

    So why a large brain now? What does this teach us about the world to come after the resurrections?

    Well, looks like that huge brain that we have that we all use only a small percentage of now will be used to a huge capacity in the resurrections.

    I’ll explain later. But we’re not at the stage in our development that we can use much of our brains. Isn’t that something? Imagine being able to use most of your brain. No telling what you could do, maybe be allowed to heal yourself?

    • March 4, 2011 11:37 pm

      Hey, sorry I haven’t checked up here on this site. Been busy with work.

      Just to clarify, the whole we only use 10% of our brains is a myth. We actually use all parts of it, and when its active (i.e. complex problem solving etc) , most of it is in use.

      God designed us with a wonderful tool, and it’d be a shame if we only used 10% of its capacity. I’m glad we for the most part use it to its fullest.

  2. kittycat77 permalink
    February 24, 2011 11:08 pm

    By the way, as yourselves this question: why did Yahweh give us such a large brain, and most of it isn’t used yet?

    Interesting question, huh?

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