5 Things to Make Brain Often Confused
Brain refuses to think of 4-dimensional form, quantum mechanics or the
universe is infinite and incomprehensible. Gray matter of the brain is
actually an expert in data processing of sensory systems and the
experience of everyday life. However, there are some striking
Some strange habits in brain structure and function can go unnoticed by
the nature of the brain and under the radar. As reported by LiveScience,
Tuesday (05/01/2012), here are 5 things everyday that unexpectedly makes
the brain gets confused.
It seems that almost everyone had to walk into a room for a specific
purpose, but suddenly just forgot. Why is that? Apparently, the door is
the culprit is to blame for these memory lapses.
Psychologists at the University of Notre Dame found that the door
triggers the so-called 'threshold events' in the mind, the thing that
separates the mind and memories of the next thought. Analogous to the way
out through the exit after seeing the movie.
The alarm clock, a fire siren or the sound is very annoying reminder. The
voice is naturally created by the transfer of energy and comes from one
object to meet with other objects, such as a stick hitting a drum.
This annoying alarm sound like a car moving at 100 km / hour and then
suddenly hit the wall but never stopped. This sound does not change from
time to time and not lost so confused brain recognizes it and where it
We consciously see the pictures, but our subconscious mind can not fully
separate from the object or person in the photograph.
Research shows that people are much less accurate when throwing darts to
the picture of a baby or a person who preferred when throwing darts to
Hitler or his enemies. Other researchers have found that people began to
sweat profusely when asked to cut out pictures of valuable items in
Often we feel the phone vibrate in your pocket or purse, or a sudden
check if there is an incoming call message, but it was empty. This
phenomenon is caused by brain one sign summed up in an attempt to
understand the uncertainties of life.
In prehistoric times, people often mistakenly think that wood as a snake
winding. When the technology is advancing, the brain is still often
misinterpreted as a sign of friction cloth phone calls or SMS.
If you often pay attention to the movie, we will look as if the wheels
spin backwards. This is because the camera captures still images of a
scene at a limited level so the brain fills the gap between the image by
creating the illusion of continuous motion.
Our brains are effectively making your own movies from the outside world,
but do not always have a frame that is fast enough to feel the wheels