The brain has unlimited power. It is one of the most complex structures and can process much more information than supercomputers.
Ques: Who has more processing power ?
Answer: By estimation, the brain has about 100 million MIPS worth processing power, while recent supercomputers only have a few million MIPS worth in processor speed. – http://library.thinkquest.org/C001501/the_saga/compare.htm
Ques: Does your brain outpower a computer?
Answer: The brain consists of something on the order of 200,000,000,000 neurons, each interfaced with up to a thousand others. When you start working out how many data points can entail, you will realize that the most complex artificial computer imaginable cannot come close to replicating our thought processes. As a simple answer to your question, you thought to ask the question; a computer wouldn’t because it cannot think. – http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=129115
Like we have two hands, two legs, two eyes, and two ears, our brain consists of two hemispheres – the left brain and right brain. Each side of the brain processes information entirely differently. If only one side of the brain were working, we would see completely different actions depending on which side was active. The left side of the brain is the more logical part. It is detail-oriented, uses facts, and solves math problems. The right side of the brain is the more creative part. It controls imagination, visualization and is “big picture” oriented.
According to Left Brain, Right Brain by Dan Eden, experiments show that most children rank highly creative (right brain) before entering school. Because our educational systems place a higher value on left-brain skills such as mathematics, logic, and language than on drawing or using our imagination, only ten percent of these same children will rank highly creative by age 7. By the time we are adults, high creativity remains in only 2 percent of the population.
- Why is the right side important
- How does brainomagic help in improvement of the right side
The right side of the brain, which is more imaginative and creative, is in charge of visualization. It is also the side that deals with images. There are thousands of cell phones, but why was iPhone more successful? It was the extra creativity, imagination, and engineer’s ability to think outside the box.
Everyone has come across different difficult situations, and many times, it demanded thinking outside the box. The right side of the brain controls thinking outside the box.
At Brain-O-Magic, we focus on developing the brain’s right side by having various exercises where the child is made to visualize numbers as beads. Children are taught how to process the beads and imagine the abacus, which trains the brain to use more of the right side and build a photographic memory.
- Why is coordination important
- How does brainomagic help in developing coordination
Both sides of the brain are equally important, just like using both hands for different functions. Even though some of us may be left-handed and the rest are right-handed, both hands’ coordination produces the best results. For example, we need to use both hands in typing or playing the piano. Similarly, the coordination of BOTH sides of the brain is essential.
Ideally, both brains work together in people with optimum mental ability. The coordinating ability of both sides is the key to superior intellectual abilities. The right side will enable us to have a mission /vision, while the left side will provide us with the necessary tools to achieve it. The better the two sides work together, the more success will be achieved.
The opposite side of the brain controls each side of our body. At Brain-O-Magic, the constant translation of numbers to beads and working with the abacus demands concentration and coordinated interaction of both eyes, both hands, and both sides of the brain, promoting the development of both sides, thus providing complete brain development