Saturday, November 26, 2016

Inside Human Brain Anatomy

Inside Human Brain Anatomy

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Whether it is in many cases plausible, all have it, the human brain. A brain is the biggest organ of the body composed of fat and protein weighing about 1.4 kilograms. It consists from about 100 billion nerve cells, making it a supercomputer, managing actions beginning with digestion and breathing and ending with self-recognition of ourself.

The nerve cells alias neurons (gray matter) transmit and gather electrochemical signals that are communicated via a network of millions of nerve fibers alias dendrites and axons (white matter).

When we talk about a storage capacity, it is about 1000 TB. When we take in aspect that we have external computer disks with 1 TB nowadays, it is not so much. So do not waste you capacity of brain with unimportant things;)

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