There is no basis for the popular belief that we only use 10 percent of our brain

How our brain works

Let’s get one thing out of the way: humans use more than 10 percent of our brains. This isn’t a surprise to a lot of people, but there’s more to the science of our cognitive potential than knowing that it can’t be true that 90 percent of our gray matter is inactive. The claim has been around for a long time, but where did it come from, anyway? And why are we so eager to believe it? How much of our brain do we really use — and is there a limit to what we can learn?

SOURCE: The Verge

Someone Lied to You

You definitely use more than 10% of your brain.

Posted by Verge Science on Friday, 19 May 2017


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