11:41:46 AM Oct 11th 2014
I've often wondered whether it would be possible to have the brain equivalent of a computer worm or virus, or perhaps of SETI @ Home, which would hijack the unused processing power in a person's brain and move out of that section again when the rightful owner needs it....
11:18:07 AM Sep 21st 2012
I think we should specify that it's not as much of a mistake when people say that the brain only uses about 10% of its potential rather than saying 10% of its actual processing power.
09:38:20 AM Nov 29th 2012
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11:27:29 PM Jul 10th 2014
No, it is totally untrue that we use only 10% of our brain's potential.
02:58:57 PM Jul 11th 2010
The stuff that makes up most of this article's description sounds like good science, but it also doesn't have lot to do with describing the trope. Just say the myth isn't true and elborate at most a little. Even putting it in a "Real Life" section might be more appropriate. I'm not sure I want to touch this by myself, though.