The Superhuman BrainYour amazing human brain is worth more than the aggregate wealth of the world. Tap its power. The brain is a literal pharmaceutical manufacturing plant and administering medical team all in one. It creates from the materials at hand a magnificent array of drugs and medications and automatically administers them when needed. "Imagine, your brain weighs only three pounds. Yet a computer with the same number of "bits" would be 100 stories tall and cover the state of Texas.
The Superhuman Brain
The Superhuman Brain -- God's Brain Between My Ears
GOD SAID, in Genesis, chapter 1, verses 26-27:
- And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.
- So God created man in his own image, in the image of Gfod created he him; male and female and created he them.
MAN SAID that God didn't just speak us into existence, but that we evolved into our present state through a combination of happenings over billions of years.
Now the RECORD:
It used to be said that man used about 10% of his brain capacity. But just recently, science revealed we use only a fraction of a fraction of a fraction of our brain and that the human brain has infinite capabilities. It would almost sound braggadocious if it were not for the fact that we are designed in God's image and have between our ears, God's brain power -- God's computer power. Consider this information about your brain:
There are at least 10 billion, perhaps as many as 100 billion, neurons (nerve cells) in your brain, each of which is connected to between 5,000 and 50,000 other neurons. Add it all up and you get at least 1014 or 100 trillion nerve cell connections in your head.
Michael Denton in his book titled, Evolution: A Theory in Crisis reports the following:
Altogether the total number of connections in the human brain approaches 1015 or a thousand million million. Numbers in the order of 1015 are of course completely beyond comprehension. Imagine an area about half the size of the USA (one million square miles) covered in a forest of trees containing ten thousand trees per square mile. If each tree contained one hundred thousand leaves the total number of leaves in the forest would be 1015, equivalent to the number of connections in the human brain.
Information theorist John Neumann once estimated that the memories stored in the human brain during an average lifetime would amount to approximately 2.8 X 1020 (or 28 with 19 zeroes after it) information bits.
The brain is a literal pharmaceutical manufacturing plant and administering medical team all in one. It creates from the materials at hand a magnificent array of drugs and medications and automatically administers them when needed. "Imagine, your brain weighs only three pounds. Yet a computer with the same number of "bits" would be 100 stories tall and cover the state of Texas.
Do you need more proof that your brain is made in God's likeness? Then consider this…to build a building 100 stories tall that would cover the state of Texas and then fill it with information bits would cost more than the aggregate wealth of the world. Your (God-like) brain has infinite capabilities and is beyond price.
So much for evolutionary gibberish that says we evolved because of need. We are all equipped with brain capabilities so vast and so far past our needs it is unfathomable.
GOD SAID he created us in His likeness and His image.
MAN SAID we evolved by accident and need.
THE RECORD says it was God's creation nearly 6000 years ago.
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- Denton M., Evolution: A Theory in Crisis.
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Consider and hear me, O Lord my God: lighten mine eyes, lest I sleep the sleep of death;