c0br42 wrote:i have simply learned how to unlock my brains infinite potential for memorizing and retaining information
-Ninjex- wrote:c0br42 wrote:i have simply learned how to unlock my brains infinite potential for memorizing and retaining information
I will argue that for the potential for infinite memorization would require infinite energy. I will also argue that many flaws are in the brains system which will not allow you to retain all the information you like; at least without encountering one of the following:
Memory Transience, Absent-Mindedness, blocking, misattribution, suggestibility, bias, or persistence.
-Ninjex- wrote:I would suggest reading the book: The Seven Sins of Memory, you might like it.
c0br42 wrote:i do not have a photographic memory or synesthesia, i have simply learned how to unlock my brains infinite potential for memorizing and retaining information, and i will help you unlock your brain power too! most people use a very limited percentage of their brain, and more often than not, they are mostly using one side of their brain (usually the left side); however, i will show you how use your whole brain.
Goatboy wrote:Oh, that's simple. All you need to do is dedicate many years of your life to studying security.
pretentious wrote:Welcome to bat country
pretentious wrote:I figure I'll throw in my 2 cents. I have had a keen interest in psychology for a while and one thing wich keeps popping in is the extent of the brains limitations. Most biases and other perceived weaknesses in people are actually the brain taking innocent shortcuts because it can only process a fraction of the information given to it. Also I can't back this up with evidence but i'm pretty sure the 'we only use 10% of our brain' is a load of crap. As for the use of the left hemisphere, from what i can recall, the left side of the brain is responsible for clasification and catigorising, mathematics and what not. the hippocampus is what is mainly responsible for memory, which as a I correctly guessed befor checking out the page http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hippocampus is in the left hemisphere. The right hemisphere doesn't perform the same tasks so it's not like we are aren't utilizing the brains full potential.
I don't mean to shoot you down and I would be interested in checking out the channel, It's just that your post had all the signs of a salesman trying to sell me bullshit and alarm bells went off
Goatboy wrote:The mind palace has always been an interesting concept to me, but every time I try to use it I feel ridiculous. I'll use a place I no longer live in, like my first house (which I remember very well) and start "depositing" memories there. But there isn't really anything to attach a certain fact to a room; the idea of leaving memories all over the place just seems like forced photographic memory.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 0 guests