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Im pretty sure it was Arthur C. Clarke who said that the human brain is about 4 terra bytes large.

Does anyone have any information on this topic

thanks

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not familiar with Arthur C. Clarke, but i doubt anyone can say how "large" our memory is......... as no one has completely filled their brain!

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not familiar with Arthur C. Clarke, but i doubt anyone can say how "large" our memory is......... as no one has completely filled their brain!

I see you've never taken Organic Chemistry... tongue.gif eek, that'll fill up pretty much anyones brain...

I don't know if you really could measure a human mind's storage in digital terms. I think the beauty of the human mind is the fuzzy logic that can be used to associate completely different items. I think that there are going to have to be some huge leaps forward in technology before computers can come close to working in the same fashion as human brains do.

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Some human brains contain more information than others tongue.gif

Would Steven Hawkings brain take up the same space as Zak Dingle? I doubt it

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I see you've never taken Organic Chemistry

You mean about hydrocarbons and so on and so forth? huh.gif Isn't that..um..really...easy blink.gif Tell you what does fill up the brain though...*taps the top of her head, as a slide show of Chris Jericho's best matches start playing somewhere in there* happy.gif

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You mean about hydrocarbons and so on and so forth? huh.gif Isn't that..um..really...easy blink.gif

... biologist .... wacko.gif

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interesting. the brain works well in certain times of the day.

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what times are the best, or does it vary between days and people?

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