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Brain Science also known as nerve science has been classified as an adventure It mostly deals with our behavior as well as speech movement coordination and basically any part of our life in general is associated with it As we study the brain more and more over the last twenty years we begin to discover more and more about it and its hundreds of thousands of complex and involved tasks Let us start with the basics the brain from the out side is about 3 pounds of tissue It contains two main hemispheres and is filled with a liquid known as cerebral spinal fluid or CSF Our brain has been compared to many different inventions over the past few centuries As far back as the seventeenth century our brain was compared to a water pump thus being called the main pump of our body Then during the industrial revolution it was contrasted to the Great Telegraph And later on to the circuit board of a telephone that was invented by Alexander Bell And now it is being associated with the motherboard of a computer Over all our brain can be compared to a racing team every member of it has a small job but it is a very important one Our brain does not function as only one part every part is constantly being active with all the other parts Now the inside of our brain is completely different There are different sections for different areas of sensory activities and different areas for motor tasks Our memories and our intense emotions are generally considered to be part of the brain right above the brain stem The back of our brain or the occipital region mostly interprets our vision or in other words it processes what our eyes have seen into impulses The frontal lobe part of our brain deals with most of our thinking but a lot of our strategies and complex thoughts occur there
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