I just read the answer to this question, and it got me thinking... If the human brain (or any other brain) has a finite amount of storage, what would happen once the brain has taken in its maximum ...
1: There seem to be cases where coma patients with a non-active brain (i.e. flat EEG) have regained full consciousness. => Apparently memory and knowledge are stored independent of brain activity. 2: ...
So Ive heard that when we sleep for a good 8 hours we dream quite a few times? But we only remember very little of them if any, is this true? How is it known that multiple dreams occur if most of them ...
I've read that in an experiment, a pair of stimulating electrodes were inserted into a blind man's visual cortex, and upon passing electricity, the phosphene phenomenon was produced. Is it the same ...
Has it been demonstrated that the memory of human brain is just connections between neurons, not "long" molecules such as RNA or proteins?
When we see something, how and where in the brain do we remember it and are able to recognize it later? What happens in the brain that makes this possible?