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How much percentage of our brain do we use?

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  1. Del
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    I read and hear this notion a lot that a person uses only 10% of it brain. However, I am unable to find evidences to back this claim. Is there a way to measure how much brain am I using?

    Hypothetically speaking, we only utilize 10% of it, then what happens with 90%? Is it none-functional?

    More to the point, say if we only use 10% then what a human will be able to do and accomplish if we start using it 80% and above?
     
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    Different parts of the brains are utilised for different actions.

    When they say we only use 10% of our brain I assume they speak about intelligence and our thought process
     
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    dimaag jo hai na bum ka ghola hota hai achi tarah use karo to samne wale ki phaar deta hai warna khud ki phaar deta hai lol
     
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    :confused::confused::confused: ...
     
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    No idea which statement is true.

    But, i believe that the notion is more about consciously controlling our actions and thoughts and storing our memories flawlessly, like computers...

    About what brain % we ACTUALLY use.
    I think that we are wired in a certain way, which requires a lot of brain power in the reserve mode...
    Just think about all the "auto functions" our brain performs, 24/7. Do you think that those JUST HAPPEN without brain power?

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    If we're talking about a Pakistani cricketer (bowler especially) then I'll hasten a guess that it's a (low) single digit percentage
     
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    And if It's a batsman, than it's in the negative.

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  11. Patriot
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    69% i use my brain
     
  12. Passionate Pakistani
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    1%..

    Tells alot about my intelligence when even at 1% im so intelligent. Imagine using it 100%

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    Pleasantly surprised to know our fora are blessed with such great neuroscientists and cognitive psychologists!
     
  14. Del
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    I second you, people are different and therefore their brain's functions differently.

    I believe a human brain is very complex and to this date we dont know much about it (how it functions). LOL, we dont even know how much do we actually utilize it.
     
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    Indeed.
    Like i said, most of our brain seems to operate in background mode.
    Now, until we can say for sure "how much", we can't find out our overall usage.

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    10% is a myth. We don't use certain evolutionary traits that were needed in a different environment but even those dormant regions light up on brain activity scans.
     

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