Terence G. Craddock (afterglows echoes of starlight)
Who Masters Brain Who Is Feelings Driven?
who masters their brains
who is feelings driven?
it is not that we use 10
percent of our brains
it is we only understand
about presently 10 percent
of how our brain functions?
why simply at rest thinking
we might still be only using
10 percent of our brains?
perceive realize even in sleep areas
such as our important frontal cortex
which controls higher level thinking
self-awareness somatosensory areas
which help us sense our surroundings
are active because our brain never sleeps
yes it is true at any given moment not
all our brain's regions are concurrently
firing our brain has rotational resting
researchers using imaging technology
have proven like our body's muscles
most brain regions are active continually
over a 24-hour period evidence has
shown over an entire day you use
all 100 percent of your amazing brain
Topic of this poem: Science
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Written in May 2014 on the 15.5.2014.
Split image from the poem 'Where Brain Leads Humanity Follows' by Terence George Craddock.
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