Lightmeow Posted May 26, 2015 Share Posted May 26, 2015 I have a pretty crazy idea, that probably won't work, but it's still worth thinking about. So you know with how we have to go to school, and learn. How cool would it be if we could "upload" information into our brain. I don't know how we would do that. So I have a few questions. When we learn something, are the things we learn put into our memories(like what we ate yesterday), or does what we learn go into a different part of the brain? And what are memories anyways? How does the brain store memories? And are what we learn memories? How are things like learning karate or gymnastics stored in our brain? Is that stored in our memories, or is that a whole separate part of the brain. I am asking that specific question because learning that stuff takes experience to do, and you need to do it over and over. You know, you just don't just read about how to do a back flip, and then be able to do a back flip. And can modern medical science read memories? And if not, what would need to happen so we could do that? Thanks in advance for the time spent reading and thinking. 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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