Intelligence, learning, and memory. At birth, the nervous system contains all the neurons you will ever have, but many of them are not connected to each other. As you grow and learn, messages travel from one neuron to another over and over, creating connections, or pathways, in the brain. It’s why driving seemed to take so much concentration when you first learned but now is second nature: The pathway became established.
In young children, the brain is highly adaptable; in fact, when one part of a young child’s brain is injured, another part can often learn to take over some of the lost function. But as we age, the brain has to work harder to make new neural pathways, making it more difficult to master new tasks or change established behavior patterns. That’s why many scientists believe it’s important to keep challenging your brain to learn new things and make new connections— it helps keeps the brain active over the course of a lifetime.
Memory is another complex function of the brain. The things we’ve done, learned, and seen are first processed in the cortex, and then, if we sense that this information is important enough to remember permanently, it’s passed inward to other regions of the brain (such as the hippocampus and amygdala) for long-term storage and retrieval. As these messages travel through the brain, they too create pathways that serve as the basis of our memory.
Therefore if you understand the above logic, it is therefore possible to create the pathway of the memory by creating connections, to shorten the learning curve but not the learning process, where it is possible to increase the capacity of the brain up to 1000 times, like the formating of the hard disk to create tighter space, to smoothen and pack data like the learning process, to shorten the learning curve. The human brain is adaptable against the environment, when it is pushed to the limit it will adapt, but if the process of “formating” is not completed, it will result in brain damage. What then is the process of “formating”? It is the unconscious process of sleep when you programme your brain to accept more information thru mind control, using sublimal messages, even the entire learning process. If my theories are correct, it might even be possible to “programme” a person to learn everything about a topic eg “economics” and be an expert over a period of time, if too much information is processed, there may be consequencies, so a balanced approach is needed. If you understand everything I have mentioned, I already have invented the method of developing intelligence for mankind, totally changing the landscape of learning.
– Contributed by Oogle.
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