Brain model Project

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To create a model brain, students should first have an accurate idea of what a true human brain looks like. Textbooks, educational websites and printouts from teachers can all give students an accurate representation of the brain. Students should then decide if they are going to make the brain life-sized or if they are going to make their model larger than the size of an actual brain. Students can find Styrofoam balls and molds in various sizes to suit the needs of their model brain. Students should consider making their brain model larger than the average human brain to help them show more detail than would be seen in a smaller model. Students should also decide if they are going to make the brain in a lifelike color and should find the appropriate modeling clay colors for the project. If students are using different colors to highlight different areas, it is acceptable to use more novelty colors that are not lifelike.

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What would happen if humans could use the whole amount of their brains And if we didnt die in the proccess would we be able to like make things move with out touching it

The tale that humans do not use the whole of the brains was started by Dale Carnegie author of "How to Win Friends and Influence People" in order to strengthen his case.
There is plenty of evidence that humans use the whole of their brains, just not all at the same time. To do so would probably cause us to drop dead instantly from cross-interference of brain function. A massive stroke.

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how big the is the whole human brains? | Yahoo Answers

Roughly, an average of 1200 cubic centimeters, according to recent studies reported by LiveScience.com.
The scientists have found that our brains have shrunk about 150 cc's in the last 5,000 years! I don't know if the complexity is the same or less though.

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