Teraku wrote:Yeah, the whole "We only use 7% of our minds" is BS. We use all of it, or evolution would've weeded it out a long time ago. We simply don't use all of it at once. Because well, when are you really going to juggle tennis balls and at the same time, do a calculus test and recite the alphabet, all while having a conversation with someone?
So for you, you use 100%. Move an object with your mind then. Read in other mind then. A normal person only use 7% of his brain, cause he cant make his hairs grown up, make his heart beat, this is the subconscious work not our work. So we only use 7%.
You don't understand how this works. You're telling me that using 100% of our mind would give us telekinesis. Why? Why would that happen, and how?
Your brain is divided into areas. Certain areas are responsible for certain skills and functions. There's an area that controls language skills, another one controls your breathing and blinking automatically, another part contains your memory, and so on.
We only actually use certain areas of our brain at a time. This is why we can't use 100% of our brain at once. But we do use all of it. Sometimes we use one part, other times we use another.
If we didn't, natural selection would have weeded it out a long time ago.