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The Human Brain (A Brief History of...)

The human brain contains tens upon billions of neurons
Hundreds of neural pools, spas, and birdbaths

The average human brain weights one-point-four kilogram units of weight

No correlation exists between brain size and intellectual performance
Despite what many women claim to be true on any given occasion

Cranium
Cranium bone
The cranium
The cranium bone
Protects the neural tissue
Of the brain

Mmm, hypothalamus

Only twelve per cent of the human brain is utilised at a specific instant
Though overall most of the human is utilised

If most of the human brain were utilised at once, one would not become smarter
One would collapse amidst spasms and seizures

The hemispheres communicate via the corpus callosum

Cranium
Cranium bone
The cranium
The cranium bone
Protects the neural tissue
Of the brain

The human brain is suspended in cerebrospinal fluid

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