This Is How Our Brain Forgets And Remembers Things
I don't think I'm exaggerating when I say that the human mind is the most
complex thing on the planet. If working at full potential, it can be more
powerful than the smartest computer we have ever built. If working at full
potential, it can lead us to answer questions that have haunted mankind for
centuries. It can open a new world for us. But we don't use it at full potential
One of the very intriguing functions of our brain is the power to store
memories. But how does it all work? How does it automatically store a memory and
help us retrieve it when we need it? Why do we fail to recall things sometimes?
Let's find out.