Indeed, there is now evidence that smarter people may sometimes be even more vulnerable to certain ideas, since their greater brainpower
simply allows them to rationalise their (incorrect) beliefs.
They might have achieved this not by understanding numerical concepts, but by using specific flight movements to closely inspect items which then shape their visual input and simplifies the task to the point where it requires minimal brainpower
"Any individuals that can't summon the brainpower
to comprehend this simple message and are found to have shamed the club by using anti-Semitic or racist words or actions will face the strongest possible action from the club."
Knowledge without application is a waste of brainpower
. Awareness without action is a waste of principle,' she added.
[USA], Nov 1 ( ANI ): Turns out, humans don't use as much brainpower
as we think.
There is plenty of brainpower
in Scotland today if only it were used constructively.
There's yet more evidence suggesting that learning a second language can boost your brainpower
, this time from research published in the July 15,2015 issue of the journal Cerebral Cortex.
In the first category, added brainpower
, companies or organizations are looking for new thinking and new ideas.
Erol Rizaov comments for Utrinski vesnik that the Macedonian Government can export brainpower
and from this, the country and citizens could have great benefit.
For example, at SXSWi, I was part of a session that crowdsourced ideas "to harness the creative brainpower
of conference attendees." Cool, right?
Arkansas is teeming with talent, brainpower
and entrepreneurial spirit from 20-somethings who are already making an impact in their field.
Perhaps the Government planned this but I doubt it; they may be cynical enough but I do not believe they possess the requisite brainpower
Like comedians Jason Manford and Jimmy Carr plus professor Germaine Greer, whose brainpower
is not in doubt but who might struggle with some of the general knowledge: ie questions about silly pop music.
Known as the brainpower
of Stockton, Mr Dobson, who lived on St Bernard Road at the time, had been a member of Mensa, the society for people with a high IQ, for 13 years and specialised in astronomy.