The idea that large parts of the brain remain unused, and could subsequently be "activated" for conscious use, is without foundation. Although many mysteries regarding brain function remain, every part of the brain has a known functionThis would be an example of why I said you need education. You don't seem to be fully aware of the vocabulary you employ, or the methods you dismiss. Are you looking for answers, or sensationalism?it is obvious that the brain, like all our other organs, has been shaped by natural selection. Brain tissue is metabolically expensive both to grow and to run, and it strains credulity to think that evolution would have permitted squandering of resources on a scale necessary to build and maintain such a massively underutilized organ. Moreover, doubts are fueled by ample evidence from clinical neurology. Losing far less than 90 percent of the brain to accident or disease has catastrophic consequences. What is more, observing the effects of head injury reveals that there does not seem to be any area of the brain that can be destroyed by strokes, head trauma, or other manner, without leaving the patient with some kind of functional deficit. Likewise, electrical stimulation of points in the brain during neurosurgery has failed so far to uncover any dormant areas where no percept, emotion or movement is elicited by applying these tiny currents
What I said "wasn't science", was your description of it, as follows.your right this cant be science because science cant explain it, just dismisses it ( as b/s as put ) and stays away
What do you understand about energy? Can you explain (in your head, not to me) entropy, thermodynamics, the difference between 'force' and 'power'? If not, then you really can't make this statement, and should educate yourself. It's interesting stuff, and important to know if you are looking for answers involving energy.i understand most energy just not this................................