Category Archives: Brain

Rated E – Not Quite For Everyone

Practice makes perfect, but do you ever wonder why some people need less practice than others? Have you ever been awful at a video game and figured, “oh well I just need to get used to it” but then you never caught on? If you never have been in this position, you can take it … Continue reading “Rated E – Not Quite For Everyone” Continue reading

Posted in Brain, brain structure, cerebral cortex, Gaming, learning, neurological, neuroscience, practice makes perfect, research, science, space fortress, super smash bros, Video Games | Comments Off on Rated E – Not Quite For Everyone

It was Very Good

“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.” ― Albert Einstein Is she spinning clockwise or anti-clockwise? THE Right Brain vs Left Brain test … do you see the dancer […] Continue reading

Posted in "Saturday, Brain, clo souls, creativity, DNA, genetic determinism, Imagination | Comments Off on It was Very Good

The Disconsolation of Mentality

In the following link, Killian C Quigley compares the narrative structure of Antic Hay to Barri J. Gold’s “The Consolation of Physics: Tennyson’s Thermodynamic Solution,” drawing parallels between the scientific paper and the literature techniques Huxley utilizes. Speculating on a different approach to Huxley’s work, Quigley begins a discussion on the relationship between scientific methodology […] Continue reading

Posted in Antic Hay, Barri J. Gold, Brain, Huxley, In Memoriam, Science and humanities, Tennyson, Thermodynamics | Comments Off on The Disconsolation of Mentality