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Human Brain quotes by Martin Rees
#1. From the growth of the Internet through to the mapping of the human genome and our understanding of the human brain, the more we understand, the more there seems to be for us to explore. #Quote by Martin Rees
Human Brain quotes by John Medina
#2. The typical human brain can hold about seven pieces of new information for less than 30 seconds! #Quote by John Medina
Human Brain quotes by Susannah Cahalan
#3. Our minds have the incredible capacity to both alter the strength of connections among neurons, essentially rewiring them, and create entirely new pathways. (It makes a computer, which cannot create new hardware when its system crashes, seem fixed and helpless). #Quote by Susannah Cahalan
Human Brain quotes by Scott Adams
#4. Our perceptions of truth are built around what is practical, not what is true. Even the smartest human brain doesn't have the capacity for discerning true facts. That's why so many of us settle for scientific facts. It's the best we can do. #Quote by Scott Adams
Human Brain quotes by Catherynne M. Valente
#5. ...while epic fantasy is based on the fairy tale of the just war, that's not one you'll find in Grimm or Disney, and most will never recognize the shape of it. I think the fantasy genre pitches its tent in the medieval campground for the very reason that we even bother to write stories about things that never happened in the first place: because it says something subtle and true about our own world, something it is difficult to say straight out, with a straight face. Something you need tools to say, you need cheat codes for the human brain--a candy princess or a sugar-coated unicorn to wash down the sour taste of how bad things can really get.

See, I think our culture has a slash running through the middle of it, too. Past/Future, Conservative/Liberal, Online/Offline. Virgin/Whore. And yes: Classical/Medieval. I think we're torn between the Classical Narrative of Self and the Medieval Narrative of Self, between the choice of Achilles and Keep Calm and Carry On.

The Classical internal monologue goes like this: do anything, anything, only don't be forgotten. Yes, this one sacrificed his daughter on a slab at Aulis, that one married his mother and tore out his eyes, and oh that guy ate his kids in a pie. But you remember their names, don't you? So it's all good in the end. Give a Greek soul a choice between a short life full of glory and a name echoing down the halls of time and a long, gentle life full of children and a quiet sort of virtue, and he'll alwa #Quote by Catherynne M. Valente
Human Brain quotes by James Oliver Curwood
#6. There are so many kinds of madness, so many ways in which the human brain may go wrong; and so often it happens that what we call madness is both reasonable and just. It is so. Yes. A little reason is good for us, a little more makes wise men of some of us
but when our reason over-grows us and we reach too far, something breaks and we go insane. #Quote by James Oliver Curwood
Human Brain quotes by Maryanne Wolf
#7. There are few more powerful mirrors of the human brain's astonishing ability to rearrange itself to learn a new intellectual function than the act of reading. Underlying the brain's ability to learn reading lies its protean capacity to make new connections among structures and circuits originally devoted to other more basic brain processes that have enjoyed a longer existence in human evolution, such as vision and spoken language. [...] we come into the world programmed with the capacity to change what is given to us by nature, so that we can go beyond it. We are, it would seem from the start, genetically poised for breakthroughs. #Quote by Maryanne Wolf
Human Brain quotes by Martha Stout
#8. Sociopaths love power. They love winning. If you take loving kindness out of the human brain, there's not much left except the will to win. #Quote by Martha Stout
Human Brain quotes by Joseph Campbell
#9. In this wonderful human brain of ours there has dawned a realization unknown to the other primates. It is that of the individual, conscious of himself as such, and aware that he, and all that he cares for, will one day die. #Quote by Joseph Campbell
Human Brain quotes by Rita Levi-Montalcini
#10. It is imperfection - not perfection - that is the end result of the program written into that formidably complex engine that is the human brain, and of the influences exerted upon us by the environment and whoever takes care of us during the long years of our physical, psychological and intellectual development. #Quote by Rita Levi-Montalcini
Human Brain quotes by Bhavik Sarkhedi
#11. Philosophy and Psychology

The latter is study of researched human brain and behavior

The former is the behavior after studying the human brain. #Quote by Bhavik Sarkhedi
Human Brain quotes by Ilchi Lee
#12. The human brain represents the infinity opportunity our powers are endless if we understand, harness, and empower ourselves to look inside and educate ourselves on our potential. #Quote by Ilchi Lee
Human Brain quotes by Kilroy J. Oldster
#13. Writing allows us to exploit the synergistic dynamics of the human brain including memory, the ability to engage in constructive research, visually scrutinize our private thoughts, and discuss and share an evolving linkwork of thoughts with other people. #Quote by Kilroy J. Oldster
Human Brain quotes by Nick Yetto
#14. I thought of something Puppa used to say. "The human brain can only contain thirty years of memory. Ten years of childhood. Ten years of adolescence. Ten years of early adulthood. After that, it's all as one day, and that day is spent solely in reflection. #Quote by Nick Yetto
Human Brain quotes by Isaac Asimov
#15. The human brain, then, is the most complicated organization of matter that we know. #Quote by Isaac Asimov
Human Brain quotes by Keith Devlin
#16. The human brain finds it extremely hard to cope with a new level of abstraction. This is why it was well into the eighteenth century before mathematicians felt comfortable dealing with zero and with negative numbers, and why even today many people cannot accept the square root of minus-one as a genuine number. #Quote by Keith Devlin
Human Brain quotes by Philippa Perry
#17. Plasticity is an intrinsic property of the human brain and represents evolution's invention to enable the nervous system to escape the restrictions of its own genome and thus adapt to environmental pressures, physiologic changes, and experiences. #Quote by Philippa Perry
Human Brain quotes by V.A. Menon
#18. Life, a miracle of nature,
an evolved molecule of matter,
blossomed in the vast expanse of oceans.
Methane, ammonia, hydrogen and water vapor
When joined under the radio-active sun,
The molecules of non living matter underwent
massive changes and became live.
It's this accident that made the molecule of protein,
Which even Stanley Miller reproduced in lab.
Evolution went on, and on and changed ,
from amoeba to dinosaurs, from ape to man,
It was an amazing architecture of nature ,
Which still continue improving human brain.
The amazing creation nature, the man,
kept on exploring the mysteries of nature,
and succeeded in duplicating nature's marvel
through his latest invention - the cloning,
and succeeded in decoding even the genetic code.
Still we have to salute the mother nature,
which has many more mysteries in store!. #Quote by V.A. Menon
Human Brain quotes by Ada Lovelace
#19. It were much to be desired, that when mathematical processes pass through the human brain instead of through the medium of inanimate mechanism, it were equally a necessity of things that the reasonings connected with operations should hold the same just place as a clear and well-defined branch of the subject of analysis, a fundamental but yet independent ingredient in the science, which they must do in studying the engine. #Quote by Ada Lovelace
Human Brain quotes by Graeme Simsion
#20. Naturally, the books and research papers described the symptoms of Asperger's syndrome, and I formed a provisional conclusion that most of these were simply variations in human brain function that had been inappropriately medicalized because they did not fit social norms - constructed social norms - that reflected the most common human configurations rather than the full range. #Quote by Graeme Simsion
Human Brain quotes by Daniel Gardner
#21. The rather uncomfortable feeling most of us have when we're around snakes is evidence of how this ancient experience continues to influence us today. Throughout the long prehistory of our species and those that preceded it, snakes were a mortal threat. And so we learned our lesson. Others didn't, but that had a nasty habit of dying. So natural selection did its work and the rule
beware of snakes
was ultimately hardwired into every human brain. It's universal. Go anywhere on the planet, examine any culture. People are wary of snakes. Even if
as in the Arctic
there are no snakes. Our primate cousins shared our long experience and they feel the same way: Even monkeys raised in laboratories who have never seen a snake will back away at the sight of one. #Quote by Daniel Gardner
Human Brain quotes by Jim Nollman
#22. A garden is the place millions of people go to touch the earth, to smell flowers - to use some of that fabled human brain power in the cause of better participating with natural processes in the place they call home. It serves as an art project, an organic produce market, a spiritual practice, a pharmacy. It offers ongoing lessons in ecology, biology, chemistry, geology, meteorology. Gardening imparts an organic perspective on the passage of time. It bestows on its practitioners a genuine sense of admiration for the plants, the soil, the sun, the water. #Quote by Jim Nollman
Human Brain quotes by Beth Revis
#23. Mom used to say that the thoughts in our heads were nothing more than electrical impulses. I remember Dad and her talking about this over dinner. It frustrated Dad that the human brain can fire electrical sparks and think, but that the electricity he'd pump into an android brain would never give it independent thought. The body isn't that different from a machine. Humans and androids both run on electricity.
That lightning spark of energy I saw in the reverie.
That was my mother's last thought, an echo of electricity, something that sparked when I entered her dreamscape.
That spark is gone now. Her life is gone now. Everything that made her, her, is gone now. Faded into nothing. #Quote by Beth Revis
Human Brain quotes by Greg Iles
#24. God is merely a part of the human brain, an evolutionary coping mechanism that developed to make bearable our awareness of our own deaths. When #Quote by Greg Iles
Human Brain quotes by Hugh Howey
#25. Another thing I noticed was how quickly the human brain paired causal events. "A" leads to "B." We love to make that link, however tenuous. #Quote by Hugh Howey
Human Brain quotes by Christine O'Donnell
#26. American scientific companies are cross-breeding humans and animals and coming up with mice with fully functioning human brains. #Quote by Christine O'Donnell
Human Brain quotes by Christopher Dines
#27. The human brain is incredible in its capacity to heal and rewire itself. The human brain can be shaped and trained to be more resilient, calm, compassionate and alert - we can condition ourselves to be successful. Through mindfulness meditation, we can literally re-wire our brains through new experiences, which modify our neural network and our neural chemistry. Mindfulness also enhances gamma synchrony and improves the function of the human brain. #Quote by Christopher Dines
Human Brain quotes by Robert Harris
#28. A ghost who has only a lay knowledge of the subject will be able to keep asking the same questions as the lay reader, and will therefore open up the potential readership of the book to a much wider audience. #Quote by Robert Harris
Human Brain quotes by Nick Bostrom
#29. [D]umb evolutionary processes have dramatically amplified the intelligence in the human lineage even compared with our close relatives the great apes and our own humanoid ancestors; and there is no reason to suppose Homo sapiens to have reached the apex of cognitive effectiveness attainable in a biological system. #Quote by Nick Bostrom
Human Brain quotes by Edward De Bono
#30. Humor is by far the most significant activity of the human brain. #Quote by Edward De Bono
Human Brain quotes by Michael Gungor
#31. Creativity is simply the human brain forming new connections between ideas, and we all are engaged in this process every day. The common idea that there are some people who are creative and some who are not is a myth. On some level, we are all artists. We are all creators. #Quote by Michael Gungor
Human Brain quotes by John Steinbeck
#32. It is customary for adults to forget how hard and dull school is. The learning by memory all the basic things one must know is the most incredible and unending effort. Learning to read is probably the most difficult and revolutionary thing that happens to the human brain and if you don't believe that watch an illiterate adult try to do it. School is not so easy and it is not for the most part very fun, but then, if you are very lucky, you may find a teacher. Three real teachers in a lifetime is the very best of luck. I have come to believe that a great teacher is a great artist and that there are as few as there are any other great artists. Teaching might even be the greatest of the arts since the medium is the human mind and spirit.

My three had these things in common. They all loved what they were doing. They did not tell - they catalyzed a burning desire to know. Under their influence, the horizons sprung wide and fear went away and the unknown became knowable. But most important of all, the truth, that dangerous stuff, became beautiful and precious. #Quote by John Steinbeck
Human Brain quotes by Aditi Shankardass
#33. When I was 10 years old, a cousin of mine took me on a tour of his medical school. And as a special treat, he took me to the pathology lab and took a real human brain out of the jar and placed it in my hands. And there it was, the seat of human consciousness, the powerhouse of the human body, sitting in my hands. #Quote by Aditi Shankardass
Human Brain quotes by Keith Devlin
#34. What makes it possible to learn advanced math fairly quickly is that the human brain is capable of learning to follow a given set of rules without understanding them, and apply them in an intelligent and useful fashion. Given sufficient practice, the brain eventually discovers (or creates) meaning in what began as a meaningless game. #Quote by Keith Devlin
Human Brain quotes by Elyn R. Saks
#35. The human brain comprises about 2 percent of a person's body weight, but it consumes upward of 20 pcent of that body's oxygen intake, and it controls 100 percent of that body's actions. #Quote by Elyn R. Saks
Human Brain quotes by David Eagleman
#36. Just like a good drama, the human brain runs on conflict. #Quote by David Eagleman
Human Brain quotes by David Wong
#37. That is how the human brain works, when it looks at a formless cloud, it tries to see a shape, or a face, or otherwise associate it with something that makes sense in some known cultural context, like the proverbial image of the Virgin Mary seen in the grain of a tree stump, or a slice of toast. But make no mistake - the observer supplies the face. #Quote by David Wong
Human Brain quotes by Harry Bernstein
#38. People get smarter. The human brain has a potential for development. Some day it will grow big enough so that everybody will see and understand the truth, and then we won't act like a bunch of sheep, and then that wall separates the two sides of us will crumble, just like the wall of Jericho. #Quote by Harry Bernstein
Human Brain quotes by Robert Wright
#39. Certainly genetic differences matter. Some people's genes dispose them to be unusually ambitious, or clever, or athletic, or artistic, or various other things - including unusually rich in serotonin. But these traits depend, for their flowering, on the environment (and sometimes on each other), and their eventual translation into status can rest heavily on chance. No one is born to lead, and no one is born to follow. And to the extent that some people are born with a leg up in the race (as they surely are), that birthright probably lies at least as much in cultural as in genetic advantage. In any event, there are good Darwinian reasons to believe that everyone is born with the capacity for high serotonin - with the equipment to function as a high status primate given a social setting conducive to their ascent. The whole point of the human brain is behavioral flexibility, and it would be very unlike natural selection, given that flexibility, to deny anyone a chance at the genetic payoffs of high status, should the opportunity arise. #Quote by Robert Wright
Human Brain quotes by Christopher Dines
#40. Spiritual and emotional recovery are possible because the human brain is a living organ that we can transform by making new choices and being in non-shaming recovery-based environments. #Quote by Christopher Dines
Human Brain quotes by Edward De Bono
#41. Only the human brain can deliberately change perceptions, change patterns, invent concepts and tolerate ambiguity. #Quote by Edward De Bono
Human Brain quotes by Gabor Mate
#42. We have seen that the individual's brain circuits are decisively influenced by the emotional states of the parents, in the context of the multigenerational family history. Families also live in a social and economic context determined by forces beyond their control. If what happens in families affects society, to a far greater extent society shapes the nature of families, its smallest functioning units. The human brain is a product of society and culture just as it is a product of nature. #Quote by Gabor Mate
Human Brain quotes by Kilroy J. Oldster
#43. The foremost calling of the human brain is to script a safe, secure, and joyous future for a person. #Quote by Kilroy J. Oldster
Human Brain quotes by Steve Lohr
#44. Listening to the data is important ... but so is experience and intuition. After all, what is intuition at its best but large amounts of data of all kinds filtered through a human brain rather than a math model? #Quote by Steve Lohr
Human Brain quotes by Karl Marx
#45. First, the fact that labor is external to the worker, i.e., it does not belong to his intrinsic nature; that in his work, therefore, he does not affirm himself but denies himself, does not feel content but unhappy, does not develop freely his physical and mental energy but mortifies his body and ruins his mind. The worker therefore only feels himself outside his work, and in his work feels outside himself. He feels at home when he is not working, and when he is working he does not feel at home. His labor is therefore not voluntary, but coerced; it is forced labor. It is therefore not the satisfaction of a need; it is merely a means to satisfy needs external to it. Its alien character emerges clearly in the fact that as soon as no physical or other compulsion exists, labor is shunned like the plague. External labor, labor in which man alienates himself, is a labor of self-sacrifice, of mortification. Lastly, the external character of labor for the worker appears in the fact that it is not his own, but someone else's, that it does not belong to him, that in it he belongs, not to himself, but to another. Just as in religion the spontaneous activity of the human imagination, of the human brain and the human heart, operates on the individual independently of him – that is, operates as an alien, divine or diabolical activity – so is the worker's activity not his spontaneous activity. It belongs to another; it is the loss of his self. #Quote by Karl Marx
Human Brain quotes by George Carlin
#46. Energy experts have announced the development of a new fuel made from human brain tissue. It's called assohol. #Quote by George Carlin
Human Brain quotes by Arthur Koestler
#47. In creating the human brain, evolution has wildly overshot the mark. #Quote by Arthur Koestler
Human Brain quotes by Walter De La Mare
#48. God has mercifully ordered that the human brain works slowly; first the blow, hours afterwards the bruise. #Quote by Walter De La Mare
Human Brain quotes by Timothy Leary
#49. At every level there are eight stages of intelligence. You have to turn your brain on to the circuits that are used at that level of intelligence. And there are ways to change the human brain to different stages. The things that change your brain are called 'drugs'. #Quote by Timothy Leary
Human Brain quotes by Gavin De Becker
#50. We think conscious thought is somehow better, when in fact, intuition is soaring flight compared to the plodding of logic. Nature's greatest accomplishment, the human brain, is never more efficient or invested than when its host is at risk. Then, intuition is catapulted to another level entirely, a height at which it can accurately be called graceful, even miraculous. Intuition is the journey from A to Z without stopping at any other letter along the way. It is knowing without knowing why. At #Quote by Gavin De Becker
Human Brain quotes by Steve Volk
#51. We are, as a species, neurologically uncomfortable with ambiguity. Imaging studies of the human brain in action demonstrate that the fussy little onboard computers in our skulls send out anxiety messages when confronted by conflicting or confusing information. As a consequence, we have a natural, internal impetus to settle on an interpretation that removes any perceived conflict. #Quote by Steve Volk
Human Brain quotes by Autumn Christian
#52. The human brain has the unique ability to doubt the reality presented to itself. To comprehend the dissonance between ideas and the truth of the surrounding world. God knows this, and it infuriates him. It terrifies him. #Quote by Autumn Christian
Human Brain quotes by Aldous Huxley
#53. That's what the human brain is there for - to turn the chaos of given experience into a set of manageable symbols. Sometimes the symbols correspond fairly closely to some of the aspects of the external reality behind our experience; then you have science and common sense. Sometimes, on the contrary, the symbols have almost no connection with external reality; then you have paranoia and delirium. More often there's a mixture, part realistic and part fantastic; that's religion. #Quote by Aldous Huxley
Human Brain quotes by Shawn Achor
#54. The reason some people see the world so differently from others is that the human brain doesn't just take a picture of the external world like a camera; it is constantly interpreting and processing the information it receives. #Quote by Shawn Achor
Human Brain quotes by Deepak Chopra
#55. No matter how closely you examine the water, glucose, and electrolyte salts in the human brain, you can't find the point where these molecules became conscious. #Quote by Deepak Chopra
Human Brain quotes by Anneli Rufus
#56. We can change our brains, but it takes time and diligence, because the human brain has a built-in "negativity bias" whereby it stores and learns from negative experiences far more readily and lastingly than it stores and learns from positive ones. This is a natural survival strategy by which the body records danger signs for future reference. It is far more useful for an evolving creature to remember Hungry lions bite than to remember Flowers are pretty. Thus we are neurologically wired to remember more vividly and lastingly a bad experience - say, a public scolding - than to remember a good experience - say, hitting a home run - that occurred on the same day, even if both experiences carried exactly the same emotional intensity for us at the time. #Quote by Anneli Rufus
Human Brain quotes by Dannel Malloy
#57. The early development of the human brain is extremely important for setting the table, if you will, for potential future accomplishment. #Quote by Dannel Malloy
Human Brain quotes by V.S. Ramachandran
#58. The purpose of all of this (left hemisphere's way of choosing denial or repression over considering an anomaly) is to impose stability on behavior and to prevent vacillation because indecisiveness doesn't serve any purpose. Any decision, so long as it is probably correct, is better than no decision at all. A perpetually fickle general will never win a war. #Quote by V.S. Ramachandran
Human Brain quotes by Meredith Marple
#59. Strategically placed at the level of her T3 vertebra, just below the deepest back on any of her blouses, was a tattoo of the human brain. He had to look away or else he'd jump her bones all over again. The brain got him every time. #Quote by Meredith Marple
Human Brain quotes by David Suzuki
#60. The human brain now holds the key to our future. We have to recall the image of the planet from outer space: a single entity in which air, water, and continents are interconnected. That is our home. #Quote by David Suzuki
Human Brain quotes by Daniel Tammet
#61. The human brain is like a memory system that records every thing that happens to us and makes intelligent predictions based on those experiences. #Quote by Daniel Tammet
Human Brain quotes by Karen Thompson Walker
#62. Past, present, future - a physicist might say these distinctions are illusions anyway. The human brain is subject to all kinds of misperceptions, and the waking mind not always more attuned to reality than the dreaming one. #Quote by Karen Thompson Walker
Human Brain quotes by Guy De Maupassant
#63. Yes, but I say that Nature is our enemy, that we must always fight against Nature, for she is continually bringing us back to an animal state. You may be sure that God has not put anything on this earth that is clean, pretty, elegant or accessory to our ideal; the human brain has done it. #Quote by Guy De Maupassant
Human Brain quotes by Robert Wright
#64. If you want the shortest version of my answer to the question of why Buddhism is true, it's this: Because we are animals created by natural selection. Natural selection built into our brains the tendencies that early Buddhist thinkers did a pretty amazing job of sizing up, given the meager scientific resources at their disposal. Now, in light of the modern understanding of natural selection and the modern understanding of the human brain that natural selection produced, we can provide a new kind of defense of this sizing up. #Quote by Robert Wright
Human Brain quotes by Floyd E. Bloom
#65. The study of the human brain and its disease remains one of the greatest scientific and philosophical challenges ever undertaken. #Quote by Floyd E. Bloom
Human Brain quotes by Kurt Vonnegut
#66. Thinking doesn't seem to help very much. The human brain is too high-powered to have many practical uses in this particular universe. #Quote by Kurt Vonnegut
Human Brain quotes by H.L. Mencken
#67. The fact that a human brain of high amperage, otherwise highly efficient, may have a hole in it is surely not a secret. #Quote by H.L. Mencken
Human Brain quotes by Lev Grossman
#68. It wasn't a place of worship, they explained, with a note of whinnying condescension, but a community devoted to the most absolute possible expression, or incarnation
or perhaps realization was an even better word
of the incomprehensibly complex but infinitely pure sylvan values of centaurhood, which Quentin's fallen human brain could never hope to grasp. There was something distinctly German about the centaurs. #Quote by Lev Grossman
Human Brain quotes by A. J. Jacobs
#69. The Bible is so strange, so utterly bizarre, no human brain could have come up with it. #Quote by A. J. Jacobs
Human Brain quotes by Stanley B. Prusiner
#70. Neuroscience is by far the most exciting branch of science because the brain is the most fascinating object in the universe. Every human brain is different - the brain makes each human unique and defines who he or she is. #Quote by Stanley B. Prusiner
Human Brain quotes by Abhijit Naskar
#71. From the tiniest experience of your daily life to your grand perception of the universe, in various situations, the human brain tends to create its own myth and stories. #Quote by Abhijit Naskar
Human Brain quotes by Kate Meader
#72. The human brain was, on the whole, a marvelous thing. It worked perfectly from the day you were born until the moment you needed it to ace an exam or resist the show-and-tell of Flynn Cross's dick. #Quote by Kate Meader
Human Brain quotes by David Perlmutter
#73. Bad things happen. And the human brain is especially adept at making sure that we keep track of these events. This is an adaptive mechanism important for survival. #Quote by David Perlmutter
Human Brain quotes by Michael Lewis
#74. [H]uman beings are neurologically ill-designed to be modern Americans. The human brain evolved over hundreds of thousands of years in an environment defined by scarcity. It was not designed, at least originally, for an environment of extreme abundance ... Even a person on a diet who sensibly avoids coming face-to-face with a piece of chocolate cake will find it hard to control himself if the chocolate cake somehow finds him ... When faced with abundance, the brain's ancient reward pathways are difficult to suppress. In that moment the value of eating the chocolate cake exceeds the value of the diet. We cannot think down the road when we are faced with the chocolate cake. #Quote by Michael Lewis
Human Brain quotes by Jay S. Walker
#75. All of imagination - everything that we think, we feel, we sense - comes through the human brain. And once we create new patterns in this brain, once we shape the brain in a new way, it never returns to its original shape. #Quote by Jay S. Walker
Human Brain quotes by Abhijit Naskar
#76. The causal, abstract, binary, holistic, and reductionist functions of the human brain all help you to process the enormous amount of information coming into our brain from the external world every day. #Quote by Abhijit Naskar
Human Brain quotes by Peter James
#77. That's the one good thing about the human brain, it constantly revises the past, cutting bits here, adding bits there, presenting it in an even more palatable way - the way we would have liked things to have been, rather than the way they really are. #Quote by Peter James
Human Brain quotes by Buket Uzuner
#78. Sometimes people don't get sick from bacteria or a virus- -living organisms alien to the human body- -but from the human brain itself. Our brains can be our worst enemy, our cruelest opponent. #Quote by Buket Uzuner
Human Brain quotes by C.V. Wedgwood
#79. Good writing is almost the concomitant of good history. Literature and history were joined long since by the powers which shaped the human brain; we cannot put them asunder. #Quote by C.V. Wedgwood
Human Brain quotes by Gabor Mate
#80. Virtually all the authors of popular books on the subject assert that ADD is a heritable genetic disorder. With some notable exceptions, the genetic view also dominates much of the discussion within professional circles, a view I do not agree with. I believe that ADD can be better understood if we examine people's lives, not only bits of DNA. Heredity does make an important contribution, but far less than usually assumed. At the same time, it would serve no purpose to set up the false opposition of environment to genetic inheritance. No such split exists in nature, or in the mind of any serious scientist.

There are many biological events involving body and brain that are not directly programmed by heredity, and so to say that ADD is not primarily genetic is not in any sense to deny its biological features - either those that are inherited or those that are acquired as a result of experience. The genetic blueprints for the architecture and the workings of the human brain develop in a process of interaction with the environment. ADD does reflect biological malfunctions in certain brain centers, but many of its features - including the underlying biology itself - are also inextricably connected to a person's physical and emotional experiences in the world.

There is in ADD an inherited predisposition, but that's very far from saying there is a genetic predetermination. A predetermination dictates that something will inevitably happen. A predisposition #Quote by Gabor Mate
Human Brain quotes by Keigo Higashino
#81. There are some mysteries in this world," Yukawa said suddenly, "that cannot be unraveled with modern science. However, as science develops, we will one day be able to understand them. The question is, is there a limit to what science can know? If so, what creates that limit?"

Kyohei looked at Yukawa. He couldn't figure out why the professor was telling him this, except he had a feeling it was very important.

Yukawa pointed a finger at Kyohei's forehead. "People do." he said. "People's brains, to be more precise. For example, in mathematics, when somebody discovers a new theorem, they may have other mathematicians verify it to see if it's correct. The problem is, the theorems getting discovered are becoming more and more complex. That limits the number of mathematicians who can properly verify them. What happens when someone comes up with a theorem so hard to understand that there isn't anyone else who can understand it? In order for that theorem to be accepted as fact, they have to wait until another genius comes along. That's the limit the human brain imposes on the progress of scientific knowledge. You understand?"

Kyohei nodded, still having no idea where he was going with this.

"Every problem has a solution," Yukawa said, staring straight at Kyohei through his glasses. "But there's no guarantee that the solution will be found immediately. The same holds true in our lives. We encounter several problems to which the solutions are #Quote by Keigo Higashino
Human Brain quotes by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
#82. Through Transcendental Meditation, the human brain can
experience that level of intelligence which is an ocean of all
knowledge, energy, intelligence, and bliss. #Quote by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
Human Brain quotes by Michel Houellebecq
#83. The great advantage of a novel is you can put in whatever comes into your head - it has the same shape as the human brain. #Quote by Michel Houellebecq
Human Brain quotes by Gabby Bess
#84. A human brain is encased in a skull and each human exists in separete body so it seems like there is always going to be a feeling of disconnect. One human being will never completely understand what another human is thinking or feeling #Quote by Gabby Bess
Human Brain quotes by Charlie Brooker
#85. The internet. Can we trust in that? Of course not. Give it six months and we'll probably discover Google's sewn together by orphans in sweatshops. Or that Wi-Fi does something horrible to your brain, like eating your fondest memories and replacing them with drawings of cross-eyed bats and a strong smell of puke. There's surely a great dystopian sci-fi novel yet to be written about a world in which it's suddenly discovered that wireless broadband signals deaden the human brain, slowly robbing us of all emotion, until after 10 years of exposure we're all either rutting in stairwells or listlessly reversing our cars over our own offspring with nary the merest glimmer of sympathy or pain on our faces. It'll be set in Basingstoke and called, Cuh, Typical. #Quote by Charlie Brooker
Human Brain quotes by Chuck Palahniuk
#86. It's worth noting up front that I have always conceived of my mind as a digestive organ. A stomach for processing knowledge, if you will. As a looping, wrinkled mass, a human brain unmistakably looks like gray intestines, and it's within these thinking bowels that my experiences are broken down, consumed to become my life story. My thoughts occur as flavorful burps or acrid barf. The indigestible gristle and bone of my memories are expelled as these words. #Quote by Chuck Palahniuk
Human Brain quotes by E. O. Wilson
#87. Overall, the human brain is the most complex object known in the universe - known, that is, to itself. #Quote by E. O. Wilson
Human Brain quotes by Anonymous
#88. The smell of freedom. But perhaps it was true what his mother, the teacher, had said. That the human brain can reproduce detailed images of everything you have seen or heard, but not even the most basic smell. Smell. The images #Quote by Anonymous
Human Brain quotes by Stephen Jay Gould
#89. The human brain became large by natural selection (who knows why, but presumably for good cause). Yet surely most "things" now done by our brains, and essential both to our cultures and to our very survival, are epiphenomena of the computing power of this machine, not genetically grounded Darwinian entities created specifically by natural selection for their current function. #Quote by Stephen Jay Gould
Human Brain quotes by Robert David Steele
#90. Liberation technology creates wealth, and open-source technology creates wealth. In both instances the 'center of gravity' for dramatic change toward resilience and sustainability is the human brain mass of five billion poor
the one billion rich have failed to 'scale.' The human brain is the one unlimited resource we have on Earth. #Quote by Robert David Steele
Human Brain quotes by Talia Hibbert
#91. Some people (like singularly unhelpful and clearly underqualified physical therapists, unsympathetic GPs, and that supremely irritating second cousin who ate all the stuffing at Christmas) assumed that a lack of feeling in certain body parts shouldn't affect sleep at all. Her insomnia in such situations, they said, was something she could easily overcome. Chloe liked to remind those people that the human brain tended to keep track of all body parts, and was prone to panic when one of those parts went offline. Actually, what Chloe liked to do was imagine hitting those people with a brick. #Quote by Talia Hibbert
Human Brain quotes by Karl Albrecht
#92. We are going to need organizations that are culturally equipped to adapt. They must have internal processes that are creative, generative, and productive rather than controlled, confining, and normative. In short, we must UNSHACKLE THE HUMAN BRAIN and exploit its productive potential. #Quote by Karl Albrecht
Human Brain quotes by George Jessel
#93. The human brain is a wonderful organ. It starts to work as soon as you are born and doesn't stop until you get up to deliver a speech. #Quote by George Jessel
Human Brain quotes by Yukito Kishiro
#94. Science, in all its greatness, is still subject to human creativity. It starts the first moment a child tries to reach up and grab at the clouds. Soon, the child learns that his own hands cannot reach the sky, but his hands are not the limit of his potential. For the human brain observes, considers, understands, and adapts. Locked within the mind is infinite possibility. #Quote by Yukito Kishiro
Human Brain quotes by Jonathan Franzen
#95. Nature even on the most local of scales made a mockery of information technology. Even augmented by tech, the human brain was paltry, infinitesimal, in comparison to the universe. #Quote by Jonathan Franzen
Human Brain quotes by Kelley Armstrong
#96. If the Romans could have fortified their cities the way the human brain fortifies itself, we'd still be wearing togas. #Quote by Kelley Armstrong
Human Brain quotes by Eric S. Raymond
#97. A software system is transparent when you can look at it and immediately see what is going on. It is simple when what is going on is uncomplicated enough for a human brain to reason about all the potential cases without strain #Quote by Eric S. Raymond
Human Brain quotes by Lee Child
#98. A lesson learned long ago: the human brain was much more sensitive to side-to-side displacement than front-to-back. An evolutionary quirk, presumably, like most things. #Quote by Lee Child
Human Brain quotes by Abhijit Naskar
#99. Fear, anxiety, stress and panic, all these are basic evolutionary expression of the human brain. They are part of the normal human condition. #Quote by Abhijit Naskar
Human Brain quotes by Francis Collins
#100. I'm enormously interested to see where neuroscience can take us in understanding these complexities of the human brain and how it works, but I do think there may be limits in terms of what science can tell us about what does good and evil mean anyway, and what are those concepts about? #Quote by Francis Collins
Human Brain quotes by Terry Pratchett
#101. People think that it is strange to have a turtle ten thousand miles long and an elephant more than two thousand miles tall, which just shows that the human brain is ill-adapted for thinking and was probably originally designed for cooling the blood. #Quote by Terry Pratchett
Human Brain quotes by Oliver Sacks
#102. In 1966, after arriving in New York, I read two of Luria's books, Higher Cortical Functions in Man and Human Brain and Psychological Processes. The latter, which contained very full case histories of patients with frontal lobe damage, filled me with admiration [4].
[Footnote 4]. And fear, for as I read it, I thought, what place is there for me in the world? Luria has already seen, said, written, and thought anything I can ever say, or write, or think. I was so upset that I tore the book in two (I had to buy a new copy for the library, as well as a copy for myself). #Quote by Oliver Sacks
Human Brain quotes by Vladimir Nabokov
#103. For the human brain can become the best torture house of all those it has invented, established and used in a millions of years, in millions of lands, on millions of howling creatures. #Quote by Vladimir Nabokov
Human Brain quotes by Dick Cavett
#104. It's a tribute to the human brain that anyone is able to function out there on television in a talk situation that is entirely artificial. #Quote by Dick Cavett
Human Brain quotes by Daniel Todd Gilbert
#105. As one philosopher noted, the human brain is an "anticipation machine," and "making future" is the most important thing it does. #Quote by Daniel Todd Gilbert
Human Brain quotes by Thomas R. Insel
#106. Most of our brain cells are glial cells, once thought to be mere support cells, but now understood as having a critical role in brain function. Glial cells in the human brain are markedly different from glial cells in other brains, suggesting that they may be important in the evolution of brain function. #Quote by Thomas R. Insel
Human Brain quotes by Claire North
#107. Perfect people always have a solution to a problem, you see. But what do you do when words fail? Truth: sometimes a murderer cannot be found. Truth: sometimes your children are taken and you are left behind. Truth: poverty is a prison. Truth: disease and age come to us all. These are so terrifying, we program them out of the human brain. #Quote by Claire North
Human Brain quotes by Lars Leksell
#108. The tools used by the surgeons must be adapted to the task and where the human brain is concerned they cannot be too refined. #Quote by Lars Leksell
Human Brain quotes by Konrad Lorenz
#109. Scientific truth is universal, because it is only discovered by the human brain and not made by it, as art is. #Quote by Konrad Lorenz
Human Brain quotes by Nayef Al-Rodhan
#110. Mimicking the intricacies of the human brain, a neuro-inspired computer would work in a fashion similar to the way neurons and synapses communicate. It could potentially learn or develop memory. #Quote by Nayef Al-Rodhan
Human Brain quotes by Jhumpa Lahiri
#111. Glowing screens, increasingly foldable, portable, companionable, anticipating any possible question the human brain might generate. #Quote by Jhumpa Lahiri
Human Brain quotes by Dalai Lama XIV
#112. Sometimes I am fascinated by the power of the human brain. Our human heart can produce such an altruistic state of mind, one that can hold others more dear than oneself. These things are really remarkable. #Quote by Dalai Lama XIV
Human Brain quotes by Abhijit Naskar
#113. In modern neurotheology we examine the physical bases to spiritual, religious and mystical experiences and beliefs, that implicitly appear to reduce this rich phenomenology to only neuronal functions. So, the thing is, there was no divine intervention necessary in the evolution of spirituality and religiosity. "Human Brain is the true God of all beliefs". #Quote by Abhijit Naskar
Human Brain quotes by Michio Kaku
#114. In 2009, Markram said optimistically, "It is not impossible to build a human brain and we can do it in ten years. If we build it correctly, it should speak and have an intelligence and behave very much as a human does." He cautions, however, that it would take a supercomputer 20,000 times more powerful than present supercomputers, with a memory storage 500 times the entire size of the current Internet, to achieve this. #Quote by Michio Kaku
Human Brain quotes by Lorrie Moore
#115. It broke her heart that they had come to this: if one knew the future, all the unexpected glimpses of the beloved, one might have trouble finding the courage to go on. This was probably the reason nine-tenths of the human brain had been rendered useless: to make you stupidly intrepid. One was working with only the animal brain, the Pringle brain. The wizard-god brain, the one that could see the future and move objects without touching them, was asleep. Fucking bastard. #Quote by Lorrie Moore
Human Brain quotes by Roger Ebert
#116. It is said that the human brain divides its functions. The right brain is devoted to sensory impressions, emotions, colors, music. The left brain deals with abstract thought, logic, philosophy, analysis.
My definition of a great movie: While you're watching it, it engages your right brain. When it's over, it engages your left brain. #Quote by Roger Ebert
Human Brain quotes by Seth Shostak
#117. By 2020, most home computers will have the computing power of a human brain. That doesn't mean that they are brains, but it means that in terms of raw processing, they can process bits as fast as a brain can. So the question is, how far behind that is the development of a machine that's as smart as we are? #Quote by Seth Shostak
Human Brain quotes by John Bagot Glubb غلوب باشا
#118. Perhaps the most dangerous by-product of the Age of Intellect is the unconscious growth of the idea that the human brain can solve the problems of the world. Even on the low level of practical affairs this is patently untrue. Any small human activity, the local bowls club or the ladies' luncheon club, requires for its survival a measure of self-sacrifice and service on the part of the members. In a wider national sphere, the survival of the nation depends basically on the loyalty and self‑sacrifice of the citizens. The impression that the situation can be saved by mental cleverness, without unselfishness or human self-dedication, can only lead to collapse. #Quote by John Bagot Glubb غلوب باشا
Human Brain quotes by Tan Le
#119. Our understanding of the human brain can be dramatically accelerated if we collect and share research data on an exponentially wider scale. #Quote by Tan Le
Human Brain quotes by Ilchi Lee
#120. Even though consciousness doesn't seem to be confined to the human brain within the skull, we do experience consciousness through our brain. The transformation of consciousness to attention is facilitated by your brain. Driving thoughts into action is also processed by your brain. Your brain is the seat of the creative observer inside you. #Quote by Ilchi Lee
Human Brain quotes by Robert Fulghum
#121. In that moment of educational ennui, a freshman girl says, "I can bring a human brain to school if you want–my father has lots of them." (Talk about a full-scale class alert: "She's going to do WHAT?!") #Quote by Robert Fulghum
Human Brain quotes by Ilchi Lee
#122. I believe tha t the two most important focal points for all of humanity in the twenty-first century are the Earth and the human brain. The Earth's health is the only standard that is all-encompassing enough to overcome the ethnic, cultural, religious, and national tensions that are rending the world asunder. Only the Earth can become the central azis around twhich world peace can be spun, for no religion is more compelling, no single nation larger, and no peoples older than the Earth herself #Quote by Ilchi Lee
Human Brain quotes by Tina Fey
#123. Someone should do a study of the human brain and how quickly it can adjust to luxury. #Quote by Tina Fey
Human Brain quotes by Alexandra Robbins
#124. The human brain takes in information from other people and incorporates it with the information coming from its own senses, neuroscientist Gregory Berns has written. Many times, the group's opinion trumps the individual's before he even becomes aware of it. #Quote by Alexandra Robbins
Human Brain quotes by Ravindra Shukla
#125. Simplify? Let me try. In school days, we are taught that if there are four animals in a room and you add two more, the total will be six. That is logic. But behind this logic, there are underlying assumptions. Now, if somebody tells you, there are four rats in the room and if you add two more cats in the room, how many animals in total exist in the room now? The answer will depend upon assumption. If you just use your mathematical brain, you will say six animals. If you use your human brain, you will say two animals. Why two animals? Because the two cats will eat the four rats in no time. #Quote by Ravindra Shukla
Human Brain quotes by Nicholas A. Christakis
#126. What constrains or enables the capacity of human beings to work in groups is not so much the technology, but rather the capacity of the human brain to have and monitor social interactions. #Quote by Nicholas A. Christakis
Human Brain quotes by P.G. Wodehouse
#127. There is a point beyond which the human brain loses its kinship with the Infinite and becomes a mere seething mass of deleterious passions. Malays, #Quote by P.G. Wodehouse
Human Brain quotes by Stephen King
#128. When rationality begins to break down, the circuits of the human brain can overload. Axons grow bright and feverish. Hallucinations turn real: the quicksilver puddle at the point where perspective makes parallel lines seem to intersect is really there; the dead walk and talk; a rose begins to sing. #Quote by Stephen King
Human Brain quotes by Eliezer Yudkowsky
#129. The Soviets were not 50% right, they were entirely wrong. They weren't
quantitatively wrong about the amount of variance due to the environment,
they were qualitatively wrong about what environmental manipulations
could do in the face of built-in universal human machinery. Having said this,
though, I now feel no particular impulse to vote Republican.
Also, it's quite possible that someday you could create perfectly unselfish
people ... if you used sufficiently advanced neurosurgery, drugs, and/or
brain-computer interfaces to engineer their brains into a new state that no
current human brain occupies. Whether or not this is in fact possible isn't
something that ideology gets to decide. The reasoning errors of past
communists can't prohibit any particular future technological advance from
being possible or practical. Having said that, I feel no particular impulse to
turn liberal. #Quote by Eliezer Yudkowsky
Human Brain quotes by H.L. Mencken
#130. By what route do otherwise sane men come to believe such palpable nonsense? How is it possible for a human brain to be divided into two insulated halves, one functioning normally, naturally
and even brilliantly, and the other capable only of such ghastly balderdash which issues from the minds of Baptist evangelists? #Quote by H.L. Mencken
Human Brain quotes by Miguel Nicolelis
#131. With its billions of interconnected neurons, whose interactions change from millisecond to millisecond, the human brain is an archetypal complex system. #Quote by Miguel Nicolelis
Human Brain quotes by Eliezer Yudkowsky
#132. It wasn't that Harry had gone down the wrong path, it wasn't that the road to sanity lay somewhere outside of science. But reading science papers hadn't been enough. All the cognitive psychology papers about known bugs in the human brain and so on had helped, but they hadn't been sufficient. He'd failed to reach what Harry was starting to realise was a shockingly high standard of being so incredibly, unbelievably rational that you actually started to get things right,as opposed to having a handy language in which to describe afterwards everything you'd just done wrong. Harry could look back now and apply ideas like 'motivated cognition' to see where he'd gone astray over the last year. That counted for something, when it came to being saner in the future. That was better than having no idea what he'd done wrong. But that wasn't yet being the person who could pass through Time's narrow keyhole, the adult form whose possibility Dumbledore had been instructed by seers to create. #Quote by Eliezer Yudkowsky
Human Brain quotes by Durgesh Satpathy
#133. God is a creation of human brain #Quote by Durgesh Satpathy
Human Brain quotes by Fritjof Capra
#134. The structure of the human brain is enormously complex. It contains about 10 billion nerve cells (neurons), which are interlinked in a vast network through 1,000 billion junctions (synapses). The whole brain can be divided into subsections, or sub-networks, which communicate with each other in a network fashion. All this results in intricate patterns of intertwined webs, networks of nesting within larger networks. #Quote by Fritjof Capra
Human Brain quotes by Carl Sagan
#135. So far as I know, childbirth is generally painful in only one of the millions of species on Earth: human beings. This must be a consequence of the recent and continuing increase in cranial volume... Childbirth is painful because the evolution of the human skull has been spectacularly fast and recent. #Quote by Carl Sagan
Human Brain quotes by Tim Challies
#136. We deliberately forget because forgetting is a blessing. On both an emotional level and a spiritual level, forgetting is a natural part of the human experience and a natural function of the human brain. It is a feature, not a bug, one that saves us from being owned by our memories. Can a world that never forgets be a world that truly forgives? #Quote by Tim Challies
Human Brain quotes by Bill Viola
#137. The human brain is probably one of the most complex single objects on the face of the earth; I think it is, quite honestly. #Quote by Bill Viola
Human Brain quotes by Donal Henahan
#138. The human brain can soften as a result of incessant listening to music with an intent to commit prose. #Quote by Donal Henahan
Human Brain quotes by Jim LaPierre
#139. The human brain has a safety switch that gets engaged by traumatic exposure and experiences. It's similar to being in shock but we remain there until it's long over. We detach. We create degrees of separation between ourselves and what we feel, think, perceive, and ultimately, this impacts not only our worldview but also our perception of self.
Clinically, this is called "Dissociation. #Quote by Jim LaPierre
Human Brain quotes by Maile Meloy
#140. The role of the human brain was to rationalize suffering. #Quote by Maile Meloy
Human Brain quotes by Ray Kurzweil
#141. One cubic inch of nanotube circuitry, once fully developed, would be up to one hundred million times more powerful than the human brain.9 #Quote by Ray Kurzweil
Human Brain quotes by Carl Sagan
#142. There is some evidence that dreaming is necessary. When people or other mammals are deprived of REM sleep (by awakening them as soon as the characteristic REM and EEG dream patterns emerge), the number of initiations of the dream state per night goes up, and, in severe cases, daytime hallucinations-that is, waking dreams-occur. #Quote by Carl Sagan
Human Brain quotes by Isaiah Hankel
#143. Research on the human brain has shown it is predisposed to think in the terms of a story.36 This predisposition is continuously reinforced and strengthened throughout the life of your brain. Imaging studies have shown only a small, quarter-sized region of your brain lights up when someone tells you a series of facts. However, when someone tells you a story laced with those facts, or those facts in action, your entire brain lights up. Not only can you program your mind with a story - you can program someone else's mind. #Quote by Isaiah Hankel
Human Brain quotes by Stuart J. Russell
#144. A lot of people talk about sometime around 2030, machines will be more powerful than the human brain, in terms of the raw number of computations they can do per second. But that seems completely irrelevant. We don't know how the brain is organized, how it does what it does. #Quote by Stuart J. Russell
Human Brain quotes by Neil Marshall
#145. I love CG - it's a great tool. I just don't think you should use it to replace reality; you should use it to augment and enhance. Do matte paintings, do composites, do replications, stuff like that, but you're taking something real and working with that as opposed to trying to fake it from scratch. The human brain can tell the difference. #Quote by Neil Marshall
Human Brain quotes by John Steinbeck
#146. Learning to read is probably the most difficult and revolutionary thing that happens to the human brain and if you don't believe that, watch an illiterate adult try to do it. #Quote by John Steinbeck
Human Brain quotes by Jane Goodall
#147. It has actually been suggested that warfare may have been the principle evolutionary pressure that created the huge gap between the human brain and that of our closest living relatives, the anthropoid apes. Whole groups of hominids with inferior brains could not win wars and were therefore exterminated. #Quote by Jane Goodall
Human Brain quotes by V.S. Ramachandran
#148. The human brain, it has been said, is the most complexly organised structure in the universe and to appreciate this you just have to look at some numbers. The brain is made up of one hundred billion nerve cells or "neurons" which is the basic structural and functional units of the nervous system. Each neuron makes something like a thousand to ten thousand contacts with other neurons and these points of contact are called synapses where exchange of information occurs. And based on this information, someone has calculated that the number of possible permutations and combinations of brain activity, in other words the numbers of brain states, exceeds the number of elementary particles in the known universe. #Quote by V.S. Ramachandran
Human Brain quotes by Robert Greene
#149. If there is any instrument you must fall in love with and fetishize, it is the human brain - the most miraculous, awe-inspiring, information-processing tool devised in the known universe, with a complexity we can't even begin to fathom, and with dimensional powers that far outstrip any piece of technology in sophistication and usefulness. #Quote by Robert Greene
Human Brain quotes by Justin Rosenstein
#150. The human brain is a product of natural selection. In the face of scarcity, our hominid great-great-uncles were unable to compete against our sapient great-great-grandparents' abilities to build more elaborate mental models and orchestrate their bodies' movements in more sophisticated ways. #Quote by Justin Rosenstein
Human Brain quotes by David Eagleman
#151. How does the biological wetware of the brain give rise to our experience: the sight of emerald green, the taste of cinnamon, the smell of wet soil? What if I told you that the world around you, with its rich colors, textures, sounds, and scents is an illusion, a show put on for you by your brain? If you could perceive reality as it really is, you would be shocked by its colorless, odorless, tasteless silence. Outside your brain, there is just energy and matter. Over millions of years of evolution the human brain has become adept at turning this energy and matter into a rich sensory experience of being in the world. #Quote by David Eagleman
Human Brain quotes by Ryan Cooper
#152. are three main types of memory in the human brain; #Quote by Ryan Cooper
Human Brain quotes by Mike A. Lancaster
#153. Warning:
This data storage unit, or "book," has been designed to reprogram the human brain, allowing it to replicate the lost art that was once called reading. It is a simple adjustment and there will be no negative or harmful effects from this process.
What you are doing: "Reading" Explained
Each sheet is indelibly printed with information and the sheets are visually scanned from left to right, and from top to bottom.
This scanned information is passed through the visual cortex directly into the brain, where it can then be accessed just like any other data. #Quote by Mike A. Lancaster
Human Brain quotes by Noah Hawley
#154. It is the job of the human brain to assemble all the input of our world - sights, sounds, smells - into a coherent narrative. This is what memory is, a carefully calibrated story that we make up about our past. #Quote by Noah Hawley
Human Brain quotes by Kenneth Eade
#155. If the human brain is really capable of having 60,000 to 80,000 thoughts per day, Brent was living proof, because he never stopped thinking. #Quote by Kenneth Eade
Human Brain quotes by David Perlmutter
#156. The human brain is at particularly high risk for damage by free radicals because of its high degree of metabolism compared to other tissues, while lacking the levels of antioxidant protection found elsewhere in the body. #Quote by David Perlmutter
Human Brain quotes by Nick Alexander
#157. that the human brain expects permanence. The cup is where you put it. The car is where you parked it (if it hasn't been towed away). The wine is still in the refrigerator where you left it. It's only people, the most complex, important, influential, life-changing elements of our lives, who are there and then are shockingly not-there. And it's surprisingly hard to get one's brain around that. So #Quote by Nick Alexander
Human Brain quotes by Amanda Dubin
#158. The human brain has a natural ability, inherent in its mechanism, to work on many levels, in a process of constant promptings, in a type of self-preservation.
If only humans understood ...
Most ignore it. #Quote by Amanda Dubin
Human Brain quotes by Aziz Ansari
#159. There's not a dating service on this planet that can do what the human brain can do in terms of finding the right person. #Quote by Aziz Ansari
Human Brain quotes by Daniel Dennett
#160. The haven all memes depend on reaching is the human mind, but a human mind is itself an artifact created when memes restructure a human brain in order to make it a better habitat for memes. #Quote by Daniel Dennett
Human Brain quotes by Norman Cousins
#161. To be able to rise from the earth; to be able, from a station in outer space, to see the relationship of the planet earth to other planets; to be able to contemplate the billions of factors in precise and beautiful combination that make human existence possible; to be able to dwell on an encounter of the human brain and spirit with the universe #Quote by Norman Cousins
Human Brain quotes by Abhijit Naskar
#162. The world consists of nations – a nation consists of people - a people consists of individuals - an individual consists of psychological elements, collectively called "the mind" - and a mind is a product of a hundred billion nerve cells working relentlessly in proper harmony. Thus, a little change in the neural network inside one human brain, has the potential to essentially influence a whole nation, and even a whole world. #Quote by Abhijit Naskar
Human Brain quotes by Nathaniel Philbrick
#163. Odd things happen in a battle, and the human heart has strange and gruesome depths and the human brain still stranger shallows; #Quote by Nathaniel Philbrick
Human Brain quotes by Johannes Brahms
#164. Those are miracles that no merely human brain can work. The artist is merely the sound conduct of a Force that dictates to him what he should do. #Quote by Johannes Brahms
Human Brain quotes by Moby
#165. There's something about the human brain, that it actually has a predilection towards negativity, which served us really well when we lived in an environment that was very threatening.there's something about the human brain, that it actually has a predilection towards negativity, which served us really well when we lived in an environment that was very threatening. #Quote by Moby
Human Brain quotes by Seymour S. Kety
#166. In a structure as complex as the human brain a multitude of things can go wrong. The wonder is that for most people the brain functions effectively and unceasingly for more than 60 years. #Quote by Seymour S. Kety
Human Brain quotes by Victor Frederick Weisskopf
#167. In man's brain the impressions from outside are not merely registered; they produce concepts and ideas. They are the imprint of the external world upon the human brain. #Quote by Victor Frederick Weisskopf
Human Brain quotes by Ray Kurzweil
#168. There are no inherent barriers to our being able to reverse engineer the operating principles of human intelligence and replicate these capabilities in the more powerful computational substrates that will become available in the decades ahead. The human brain is a complex hierarchy of complex systems, but it does not represent a level of complexity beyond what we are already capable of handling. #Quote by Ray Kurzweil
Human Brain quotes by Richard Dawkins
#169. Constructing models is something the human brain is very good at. When we are asleep it is called dreaming; when we are awake we call it imagination or, when it is exceptionally vivid, hallucination. #Quote by Richard Dawkins
Human Brain quotes by Oliver Sacks
#170. A profound intriguing and compelling guide to the intricacies of the human brain. #Quote by Oliver Sacks
Human Brain quotes by Karen Marie Moning
#171. He gives me a look that says, "Dude, if I knew that do you think I'd have enlisted your puny help?"
I snicker.
"Something funny here."
"You. All prickly and pissed 'cause there's something you don't know. Got to call on the megaservices of the Mega."
"Ever occur to you I'm using you for reasons your inferior human brain can't begin to understand. #Quote by Karen Marie Moning
Human Brain quotes by Mohnish Pabrai
#172. Warren Buffett has said many times that people either get value investing in five minutes or they won't get it in five years. So, there is something in the human brain, that for some of us, makes all the difference in the world right away and the patience it requires is part of the wiring process. #Quote by Mohnish Pabrai
Human Brain quotes by Ben Carson
#173. First, we cannot overload the human brain. This divinely created brain has fourteen billion cells. If used to the maximum, this human computer inside our heads could contain all the knowledge of humanity from the beginning of the world to the present and still have room left over. Second, not only can we not overload our brain - we also know that our brain retains everything. I often use saying that "The brain acquires everything that we encounter." The difficulty does not come with the input of information, but getting it out. Sometimes we "file" information randomly of little importance, and it confuses us. #Quote by Ben Carson
Human Brain quotes by Dennis Lehane
#174. Got us a full moon too coming tomorrow night. Just make things a whole lot worse. All we need.
- Why is that?
- What's that, Marshal?
- The full moon. You think it makes people crazy?
- I know it does.- Found a wrinkle in one of the pages and used his index finger to smooth it out.
- How come?
- Well, you think about it - the moon affects the tide, right?
- Sure.
- Has some sort of magnet effect or something on water.
- I'll buy that.
- Human brain,- Trey said, - is over fifty percent water.
- No kidding?
- No kidding. You figure ol' Mr. Moon can jerk the ocean around, think what it can do to the head. #Quote by Dennis Lehane
Human Brain quotes by Rachel Carson
#175. The ultimate work of energy production is accomplished not in any specialized organ but in every cell of the body. A living cell, like a flame, burns fuel to produce the energy on which life depends. The analogy is more poetic than precise, for the cell accomplishes its 'burning' with only the moderate heat of the body's normal temperature. Yet all these billions of gently burning little fires spark the energy of life. Should they cease to burn, 'no heart could beat, no plant could grow upward defying gravity, no amoeba could swim, no sensation could speed along a nerve, no thought could flash in the human brain,' said the chemist Eugene Rabinowitch. #Quote by Rachel Carson
Human Brain quotes by Tim Harford
#176. Accepting trial and error means accepting error. It means taking problems in our stride when a decision doesn't work out, whether through luck or misjudgment. And that is not something human brains seem to be able to do without a struggle. #Quote by Tim Harford
Human Brain quotes by Jay Ingram
#177. I once read that if the folds in the cerebral cortex were smoothed out it would cover a card table. That seemed quite unbelievable but it did make me wonder just how big the cortex would be if you ironed it out. I thought it might just about cover a family-sized pizza: not bad, but no card-table. I was astonished to realize that nobody seems to know the answer. A quick search yielded the following estimates for the smoothed out dimensions of the cerebral cortex of the human brain.

An article in Bioscience in November 1987 by Julie Ann Miller claimed the cortex was a "quarter-metre square." That is napkin-sized, about ten inches by ten inches. Scientific American magazine in September 1992 upped the ante considerably with an estimated of 1 1/2 square metres; thats a square of brain forty inches on each side, getting close to the card-table estimate. A psychologist at the University of Toronto figured it would cover the floor of his living room (I haven't seen his living room), but the prize winning estimate so far is from the British magazine New Scientist's poster of the brain published in 1993 which claimed that the cerebral cortex, if flattened out, would cover a tennis court. How can there be such disagreement? How can so many experts not know how big the cortex is? I don't know, but I'm on the hunt for an expert who will say the cortex, when fully spread out, will cover a football field. A Canadian football field. #Quote by Jay Ingram
Human Brain quotes by Abhijit Naskar
#178. The complex organic device that creates and thereafter drives consciousness, is the human brain. Consciousness evolved hand in hand with the evolution of the human brain throughout a time span of six million years. #Quote by Abhijit Naskar
Human Brain quotes by George R R Martin
#179. What can you say about pain?
Words can trace only the shadow of the thing itself. The reality of hard, sharp physical pain is like nothing else, and it is beyond language. The world is too much with us, day and night, but when we hurt, when we really hurt, the world melts and fades and becomes a ghost, a dim memory, a silly unimportant thing. Whatever ideals, dreams, loves, fears, and thoughts we might have had become ultimately unimportant. We are alone with our pain, it is the only force in the cosmos, the only thing of substance, the only thing that matters, and if the pain is bad enough and lasts long enough, if it is the sort of agony that goes on and on, then all the things that are our humanity melt before it and the proud sophisticated computer that is the human brain becomes capable of but a single thought:
Make it stop, make it STOP! (from The Glass Flower) #Quote by George R R Martin
Human Brain quotes by Karen Armstrong
#180. Remember that in a threatening environment, the human brain becomes permanently organized for aggression. #Quote by Karen Armstrong
Human Brain quotes by Mehmet Kececi
#181. Mathematics is a construct/fiction of the human brain. May be a good construct/fiction. But it is not never reality. #Quote by Mehmet Kececi
Human Brain quotes by Thomas R. Insel
#182. Unlike the heart or kidney, which have a small, defined set of cell types, we still do not have a taxonomy of neurons, and neuroscientists still argue whether specific types of neurons are unique to humans. But there is no disputing that neurons are only about 10 percent of the cells in the human brain. #Quote by Thomas R. Insel
Human Brain quotes by Voltaire
#183. The human brain is a complex organ with the wonderful power of enabling man to find reasons for continuing to believe whatever it is that he wants to believe. #Quote by Voltaire
Human Brain quotes by Sebastian Thrun
#184. If we study learning as a data science, we can reverse engineer the human brain and tailor learning techniques to maximize the chances of student success. This is the biggest revolution that could happen in education, turning it into a data-driven science, and not such a medieval set of rumors professors tend to carry on. #Quote by Sebastian Thrun
Human Brain quotes by Yuval Noah Harari
#185. The Human Brain Project, #Quote by Yuval Noah Harari
Human Brain quotes by Dalai Lama
#186. Each of us in our own way can try to spread compassion into people's hearts. Western civilizations these days place great importance on filling the human brain with knowledge, but no one seems to care about filling the human heart with compassion. This is what the real role of religion is. #Quote by Dalai Lama
Human Brain quotes by Magnus Vinding
#187. [...] It is essentially this you can do with a human that you cannot do with a chimpanzee: train them to contribute modestly to society. To become a well-connected neuron in the collective human brain. Without the knowledge and tools of previous generations, humans are largely indistinguishable from chimpanzees. #Quote by Magnus Vinding
Human Brain quotes by John Eric Erichsen
#188. The abdomen, the chest, and the brain will forever be shut from the intrusion of the wise and humane surgeon. #Quote by John Eric Erichsen
Human Brain quotes by Gabor Mate
#189. Interactions with the world program our physiological and psychological development. Emotional contact is as important as physical contact. The two are quite analogous, as we recognize when we speak of the emotional experience of feeling touched. Our sensory organs and brains provide the interface through which relationships shape our evolution from infancy to adulthood. Social-emotional interactions decisively influence the development of the
human brain. From the moment of birth, they regulate the tone, activity and development of the psychoneuroimmunoendocrine (PNI) super-system. Our characteristic modes of handling psychic and physical stress are set in our earliest years.

Neuroscientists at Harvard University studied the cortisol levels of orphans who were raised in the dreadfully neglected child-care institutions established in Romania during the Ceausescu regime. In these facilities the caregiver/child ratio was one to twenty. Except for the rudiments of care, the children were seldom physically picked up or touched. They displayed the self-hugging motions and depressed demeanour typical of abandoned young, human or primate. On saliva tests, their cortisol levels were abnormal, indicating that their hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axes were already impaired.

As we have seen, disruptions of the HPA axis have been noted in autoimmune disease, cancer and other conditions. It is intuitively easy to understand why abuse, trauma or extreme neglect #Quote by Gabor Mate
Human Brain quotes by Daniel J. Boorstin
#190. The variety of minds served the economy of nature in many ways. The Creator, who designed the human brain for activity, had insured the restlessness of all minds by enabling no single one to envisage all the qualities of the creation. Since no one by himself could aspire to a serene knowledge of the whole truth, all men had been drawn into an active, exploratory and cooperative attitude. #Quote by Daniel J. Boorstin
Human Brain quotes by David Suzuki
#191. The human brain had a vast memory storage. It made us curious and very creative. Those were the characteristics that gave us an advantage - curiosity, creativity and memory. And that brain did something very special. It invented an idea called 'the future.' #Quote by David Suzuki
Human Brain quotes by Nicholas Carr
#192. During the twentieth century, neuroscientists and psychologists also came to more fully appreciate the astounding complexity of the human brain. Inside our skulls, they discovered, are some 100 billion neurons, which take many different shapes and range in length from a few tenths of a millimeter to a few feet.4 A single neuron typically has many dendrites (though only one axon), and dendrites and axons can have a multitude of branches and synaptic terminals. The average neuron makes about a thousand synaptic connections, and some neurons can make a hundred times that number. #Quote by Nicholas Carr
Human Brain quotes by Richard Dawkins
#193. There was something built into the human brain by natural selection which was once useful, and which now manifests itself as religion. #Quote by Richard Dawkins
Human Brain quotes by Don DeLillo
#194. I have only a bare working knowledge of the human brain but it's enough to make me proud to be an American. #Quote by Don DeLillo
Human Brain quotes by Dean Burnett
#195. What have we learned so far about the human brain? It messes with memories, it jumps at shadows, it's terrified of harmless things, it screws with our diet, our sleeping, our movement, it convinces us we're brilliant when we're not, it makes up half the stuff we perceive, it gets us to do irrational things when emotional, it causes us to make friends incredibly quickly and turn on them in an instant.
A worrying list. What's even more worrying, it does all of this when it's working properly. #Quote by Dean Burnett
Human Brain quotes by Charlie Munger
#196. I think it is undeniably true that the human brain must work in models. The trick is to have your brain work better than the other person's brain because it understands the most fundamental models- ones that will do most work per unit. #Quote by Charlie Munger
Human Brain quotes by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
#197. In every idea emanating from genius, or even in every serious human idea
born in the human brain
there always remains something
some sediment
which cannot be expressed to others, though one wrote volumes and lectured upon it for five-and-thirty years. There is always a something, a remnant, which will never come out from your brain, but will remain there with you, and you alone, for ever and ever, and you will die, perhaps, without having imparted what may be the very essence of your idea to a single living soul. #Quote by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Human Brain quotes by Terry Pratchett
#198. Perhaps they saw what their minds were instructed to see, because the human brain is not equipped to see War, Famine, Pollution, and Death when they don't want to be seen, and has got so good at not seeing that it often manages not to see them even when they abound on every side. #Quote by Terry Pratchett
Human Brain quotes by Erik Naggum
#199. I believe C++ instills fear in programmers, fear that the interaction of some details causes unpredictable results. Its unmanageable complexity has spawned more fear-preventing tools than any other language, but the solution should have been to create and use a language that does not overload the whole goddamn human brain with irrelevant details. #Quote by Erik Naggum
Human Brain quotes by Gavin Extence
#200. So you don't think that God created the brain?' I asked.
'No, I don't think that,' Dr. Enderby replied. 'I think that the brain created God. Because the human brain, however wonderful, is still quite fallible - as both you and I know. It's always searching for answers, but even when it's working as it should, its explanations are rarely perfect - especially when it comes to very big, complicated questions. That's why we have to nurture it. We have to give it plenty of space to develop. #Quote by Gavin Extence
Human Brain quotes by Christopher McDougall
#201. He'd figured out the body, so now it was on to the brain. Specifically: How do you make anyone actually want to do any of this stuff? How do you flip the internal switch that changes us all back into the Natural Born Runners we once were? Not just in history, but in our own lifetimes. Remember? Back when you were a kid and you had to be yelled at to slow down? Every game you played, you played at top speed, sprinting like crazy as you kicked cans, freed all, and attacked jungle outposts in your neighbors' backyards. Half the fun of doing anything was doing it at record pace, making it probably the last time in your life you'd ever be hassled for going too fast. #Quote by Christopher McDougall
Human Brain quotes by Elizabeth Cady Stanton
#202. The new religion will teach the dignity of human nature and its infinite possibilities for development. It will teach the solidarity of the race: that all must rise and fall as one. Its creed will be justice, liberty, equality for all the children of earth. #Quote by Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Human Brain quotes by Eleanor Roosevelt
#203. The will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government ... #Quote by Eleanor Roosevelt
Human Brain quotes by C.S. Lewis
#204. But supposing God became a man - suppose our human nature which can suffer and die was amalgamated with God's nature in one person - then that person could help us. He could surrender His will, and suffer and die, because He was man; and He could do it perfectly because He was God. You and I can go through this process only if God does it in us; but God can only do it if He becomes man. Our attempts at this dying will succeed only if we men share in God's dying, just as our thinking can succeed only because it is a drop out of the ocean of His intelligence: but we cannot share God's dying unless God dies; and He cannot die except by being a man. That is the sense in which He pays our debt, and suffers for us what He Himself need not suffer at all. #Quote by C.S. Lewis
Human Brain quotes by Raheel Farooq
#205. Ugly truths are the biggest source of indigestion in humans. #Quote by Raheel Farooq
Human Brain quotes by Thomas Buergenthal
#206. .. . one cannot hope to protect mankind from crimes such as those that were visited upon us unless one struggles to brek the cycle of hatred and voilence that invariable leads to ever more suffering by innocent human beings. #Quote by Thomas Buergenthal
Human Brain quotes by S.L. MacGregor Mathers
#207. This being true for the ordinary Universe, that all sense-impressions are
dependent on changes in the brain we must include illusions, which are after all
sense-impressions as much as "realities" are, in the class of "phenomena dependent
on brain-changes. #Quote by S.L. MacGregor Mathers
Human Brain quotes by Sidney Hook
#208. Wisdom is a kind of knowledge. It is knowledge of the nature, career, and consequences of human values. #Quote by Sidney Hook
Human Brain quotes by John Kenneth Galbraith
#209. There is an insistent tendency among serious social scientists to think of any institution which features rhymed and singing commercials, intense and lachrymose voices urging highly improbable enjoyment, caricatures of the human esophagus in normal and impaired operation, and which hints implausibly at opportunities for antiseptic seduction as inherently trivial. This is a great mistake. The industrial system is profoundly dependent on commercial television and could not exist in its present form without it. #Quote by John Kenneth Galbraith
Human Brain quotes by Kim Stanley Robinson
#210. And tourism is an ugly business, it's not fit work for human beings. It's hosting parasites. #Quote by Kim Stanley Robinson
Human Brain quotes by Terry Pratchett
#211. Is It Frightening To Be Free?"

"You said it."

"You Say To People 'Throw Off Your Chains' And They Make New Chains For Themselves?"

"Seems to be a major human activity, yes. #Quote by Terry Pratchett
Human Brain quotes by Jeyn Roberts
#212. Free will isn't always about choice; often weakness plays the game #Quote by Jeyn Roberts
Human Brain quotes by Henri J.M. Nouwen
#213. Today I personally believe that while Jesus came to open the door to God's house, all human beings can walk through that door, whether they know about Jesus or not. Today I see it as my call to help every person claim his or her own way to God. #Quote by Henri J.M. Nouwen
Human Brain quotes by Nadine Velazquez
#214. We spend so much of our lives not feeling but doing, doing, doing, and movies remind us that we are human. That life is all the things we see, and yet there is beauty there. There's a celebration of life and all of its intricacies. Movies are magnificent. #Quote by Nadine Velazquez
Human Brain quotes by Henry Miller
#215. What strikes me now as the most wonderful proof of my fitness, or unfitness, for the times is the fact that nothing people were writing or talking about had any real interest for me. Only the object haunted me, the separate, detached, insignificant thing. It might be a part of the human body or a staircase in a vaudeville house; it might be a smokestack or a button I had found in the gutter. Whatever it was it enabled me to open up, to surrender, to attach my signature. To the life about me, to the people who made up the world I knew, I could not attach my signature. I was as definitely outside their world as a cannibal is outside the bounds of civilized society. I was filled with a perverse love of the thing-in-itself - not a philosophic attachment, but a passionate, desperately passionate hunger, as if in this discarded, worthless thing which everyone ignored there was contained the secret of my own regeneration. #Quote by Henry Miller
Human Brain quotes by Piet Hein
#216. Hint And Suggestion : Admonitory grook addressed to youth
The human spirit sublimates
the impulses it thwarts;
a healthy sex life mitigates
the lust for other sports. #Quote by Piet Hein
Human Brain quotes by William J. Brennan
#217. If our free society is to endure, and I know it will, those who govern must recognize that the Framers of the Constitution limited their power in order to preserve human dignity and the air of freedom which is our proudest heritage. #Quote by William J. Brennan
Human Brain quotes by AainaA-Ridtz
#218. Being human trespass the conditionings of the laws of the worlds that have been created by the conditioned society - these reflective of a conditioned mind reflect the facets of the self, to discipline and educate indirectly; restrict evolution for pardon, and affliction #Quote by AainaA-Ridtz
Human Brain quotes by William John Watkins
#219. It's not the suffering that wears you down and defeats you, it's the meaningless suffering. There's no limit to what human beings will put up with if they think it all has a purpose; there's no limit to what they'll sacrifice #Quote by William John Watkins
Human Brain quotes by Peter Benchley
#220. wherever they live, travel, hike, swim, fish, dive, kayak, or trek, they risk being confronted by something capable of doing them in with tooth, fang, claw, jaw, or stinger, and yet there is no public clamor to eradicate any animal because of the peril it poses to the human population. australians have learned to coexist in relative peace with nearly everything, and when occasionally a human life is lost to an animal, the public usually reacts philosophically. #Quote by Peter Benchley
Human Brain quotes by Henri J.M. Nouwen
#221. The gospel proclaims human freedom and dignity more than human enslavement and depravity. What is needed is a balance of biblical values and emphasis on the empowering quality of the gospel. The spiritual values of humility, long suffering, endurance, and obedience are to be affirmed alongside self-reliance, freedom, proclamation, mission, and authority. #Quote by Henri J.M. Nouwen
Human Brain quotes by Daniel H. Wilson
#222. The goal for many amputees is no longer to reach a 'natural' level of ability but to exceed it, using whatever cutting-edge technology is available. As this new generation sees it, our tools are evolving faster than the human body, so why obey the limits of mere nature? #Quote by Daniel H. Wilson
Human Brain quotes by David Feherty
#223. I adore dogs to the extent I think they are much more important than human beings. I like your dog much more than I like you. #Quote by David Feherty
Human Brain quotes by David Quammen
#224. People come into our lives and then they go out again. The entropy law, as applied to human relations. Sometimes in their passing, though, they register an unimagined and far-reaching influence, as I suspect Hughes Rudd did upon me. There is no scientific way to discern such effects, but memory believes before knowing remembers. And the past lives coiled within the present, beyond sight, beyond revocation, lifting us up or weighting us down, sealed away
almost completely
behind walls of pearl. #Quote by David Quammen
Human Brain quotes by Stefan Molyneux
#225. A man goes to a foreign country and kills somebody who's not aggressing against him; in a Hawaiian shirt he's a criminal, in a green costume he's a hero who gets a parade and a pension. So that, as a culture, we remain in a state of moral insanity. To point out these contradictions to people in society is to be labeled insane. This is how insane society remains, that anybody who points out logical opposites in the most essential human topic of ethics, is considered to be insane. #Quote by Stefan Molyneux
Human Brain quotes by Patrick J. Carnes
#226. However, sexual anorexics do have a definite profile that separates them from the larger population of those having difficulty being sexual: They are often extremely competent people who are committed to doing things very well and have a fear of making mistakes and being human. #Quote by Patrick J. Carnes
Human Brain quotes by Jon Stewart
#227. Each party has a platform
a pre-fixed menu of beliefs making up its worldview. The candidate can choose one of the two platforms, but remember: no substitutions.
For example, do you support healthcare? Then you must also want a ban on assault weapons. Pro limited government? Congratulations, you are also anti-abortion.
Luckily, all human opinion falls neatly into one of the two clearly defined camps. Thus, the two-party system elegantly represents the bi-chromatic rainbow that is American political thought. #Quote by Jon Stewart
Human Brain quotes by William Wordsworth
#228. Careless of books, yet having felt the power
Of Nature, by the gentle agency
Of natural objects, led me on to feel
For passions that were not my own, and think
(At random and imperfectly indeed)
On man, the heart of man, and human life. #Quote by William Wordsworth
Human Brain quotes by Haruki Murakami
#229. I'm not human. I'm a piece of machinery. I don't need to feel a thing. Just forge on ahead. #Quote by Haruki Murakami
Human Brain quotes by Elie Wiesel
#230. I remember, May 1944: I was 15-and-a-half, and I was thrown into a haunted universe where the story of the human adventure seemed to swing irrevocably between horror and malediction. #Quote by Elie Wiesel
Human Brain quotes by Charlotte Bronte
#231. Under an unsophisticated culture, inartificial tastes, and an unpretending outside, lay a secret power and fire that might have informed the brain and kindled the veins of a hero ... #Quote by Charlotte Bronte
Human Brain quotes by Hannah
#232. The vicarious responsibility for things we have not done, this taking upon ourselves the consequences for things we are entirely innocent of, is the price we pay for the fact that we live our lives not by ourselves but among our fellow men, and that the faculty of action, which, after all, is the political faculty par excellence, can be actualized only as one of the many and manifold forces of human community. #Quote by Hannah
Human Brain quotes by David Hume
#233. The great end of all human industry is the attainment of happiness #Quote by David Hume
Human Brain quotes by James  Mason
#234. A successful writer is not a millionaire or best seller. A successful writer is one that has touched another human being with their words. When you do that you have something better than money and fame. You have given another human being something honest." - James Mason #Quote by James Mason
Human Brain quotes by Edvard Munch
#235. Certainly a chair can be just as interesting as a human being. But first the chair must be perceived by a human being ... You should not paint the chair, but only what someone has felt about it. #Quote by Edvard Munch
Human Brain quotes by Gonzalo Fernandez De La Mora
#236. Hiding behind such sacred terms as human rights and distributive justice, politicians and intellectuals alike have perpetrated a gargantuan ruse on humankind: they have convinced us that mass homogeneity is more essential for the betterment of society than is individual initiative, and they have adorned this dubious assumption with assurances that by leveling all distinctions between human beings, collective peace and unity will result as a matter of course, just as water runs downhill or the cart follows the ox. #Quote by Gonzalo Fernandez De La Mora
Human Brain quotes by Camille Paglia
#237. Television is actually closer to reality than anything in books. The madness of TV is the madness of human life. #Quote by Camille Paglia
Human Brain quotes by Louis De Bernieres
#238. God is an oppressor, He is incapable of human sympathy; behind a smiling face He hides an evil heart. #Quote by Louis De Bernieres

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