The Human Brain-A Body's Controller

By: James Sparkman

Cerebellum

The Cerebellum is where most of our most vital functions occur such as heartbeat. It is evolutionary older than the rest of the brain. The Cerebellum includes the Frontal Lobe, the Temporal Lobe, the Occipital lobe, and the Parietal Lobe
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100% Not 10%

The Human Brain actually uses 100% not 10%. The "We only use 10% of our brain" is just a groundless myth. Though it might have been made about the assumption that we only use 10% of our brain at a time. But this is also untrue.
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Frontal Lobe

The Frontal lobe is one of the most important parts of the brain. It controls things like personality and the human senses. It is also proven that you can survive losing most of your frontal lobe, though you would have an entirely different personality.

Conclusion

In Conclusion, all of your brain is at work constantly and is very important to us as an entire species. Our brain has evolved a whole lot over the existence of our race. The Brain is a complex machine that is working full power from before you were born until the very millisecond when your heart stops beating and you die. The brain will always boggle the minds of most scientists for a long time, and maybe that just shows how brilliant everyone is on our little planet.

Nerves

The Brain has around 10,000,000,000 nerves, that's 10 BILLION! Surprisingly, absolutely none of them can fell pain, or touch for that manner. This was very surprising to me.