Computer vs Human Brain (who won?)

In a 2013 experiment, the Fujitsu supercomputer was compared to the power of the human brain.

The Fujitsu K computer is one of the world's largest supercomputers, with the power of more than 250,000 PCs.

In the experiment, it simulated one second of human brain neural activity.

And guess how long it took to do this?

40 minutes.

It took 40 minutes to do what your brain does in a single second.

If we had the slightest clue as to how powerful our brain is, we'd spend a lot of our time learning how to use it the right way.

In a way that will get it to provide answers to questions such as:

  • How do I solve my problem?

  • How can I get what I want and need to be happy?

Imagine being able to input these questions into a computer and get the answer back.

That's what you can do with your brain - if you know how.

And it's not that complicated. 

In fact, we're designed to be able to do that naturally.

We've just never been taught how.