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How does human brain work ?

Can we force our brain to memorise something and not forget ? We have various kinds of memories. Some are older but still so sharp. And some, although new, are very blurry. How can we make a memory sharp and last long ? In my experience, I have seen that, sharper memories can be recalled fast. About code also, Some codes are easily memorised than others. As I am a singer, I have to memorise thousands of songs and sing them exactly same on the stage. But during performance, I forget all the songs except only five or so. Why does these five flash brighter and all others diminish ?

19th Jun 2019, 2:03 AM
Nasir Uddin Vuiya
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Adrenalin is the answeres to your question it basicly sets your brain to standby, a side effect of this is your main brain memories every detail your expiriencing. Like with your songs I'm guessing it where the five song you first sang in front of puplicum. And noadrenalin(that stuff that tells your body it's a good not a bad situation) is basicly the save forever button. So the best thing to learn something better is to connect them with a joke(a really good one) or the simpler but more disturbing method jerking off befor you start learning, not befor(you won't remember anything)
19th Jun 2019, 2:15 AM
Lexfuturorum
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Nasir Uddin Vuiya your question is a biological one and this isn't the right place to ask. This forum is meant for programming related questions so I advice you ask this somewhere else. See this: https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/1316935/?ref=app
19th Jun 2019, 2:10 AM
Jella
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Humans brain cells is fasterÔÜí than aliens brain ­čĆť.
25th Aug 2021, 10:52 AM
Shubham Bhatia
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25th Aug 2021, 10:52 AM
Shubham Bhatia
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