Consider: And is it only a mere 5% of the mind’s untapped potential that we have access to, if so, why?

asked 24 Jan '11, 06:19

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edited 24 Jan '11, 06:51

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Just learnt last week that we actually DONT just use 5%.

It was news to me too. Cant remember what thread this was on but there was a link explaining and backing this up.

Apparently the 5-10% brain thing is a bit of a misnomer.

You learn something new every day.



answered 24 Jan '11, 10:00

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It is here:

(24 Jan '11, 17:09) Vesuvius

Thanks Vesuvius,i knew i had read it somewhere.

(24 Jan '11, 21:39) Monty Riviera

@ Graham Cook, thank you for the information, and I checked out the information on the link Vesuvius forward. And, John Henley is saying over a day we use 100% of the brain!

(25 Jan '11, 06:22) Inactive User ♦♦
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