10 Unsolved Mysteries of the Human Brain

The human brain is one of biology’s greatest unsolved mysteries.

For much of history we had absolutely no clue how it worked or even what the heck it was. And despite all the latest advances in neuroscience, there’s still so much about this electrical organ that we just don’t know.

We know that it is made up of about 100 billion nerve cells, called neurons, and where many of it functions are, including sight, memory, and smell, but we still don’t quite have a grasp on how remarkable things like intelligence and creativity are produced.

The video above will touch upon 10 unsolved mysteries of the human brain. Prepare to be fascinated.

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