Review Article of American Journal of History and Culture
Dream of Having Superpowers: Comparison between Good and Bad Superpowers in Real Life as a Person According to Science
Brac University, Mohakhali, Dhaka,Banglades
To acquire any kinds of superpowers, most of the people are absolutely desperate. Inside of their mind they actually use to dream about helping the entire human race by using their superpowers. Here i have the intention to elucidate this matter of having or dreaming about superpowers with different logics. As we know that, according to science human have a fabulous body mechanism with genius super computer brain, which can accumulate, scan and then send essential conscious and unconscious orders/directions to other parts of human body. On this point, i would like to add about Rick Hanson’s statements. He denotes, “ On average each of the 1000 billion neurons in your head has about 1,000 connections with other neurons, creating huge network of about 100 trillion synapses. Like a computer network built from one hundred trillion transistors, each responding a “bit” of information depending on whether it is on or off”. Hanson. R. ( 2007) Your Static Wonderful Brain. So in this way we can define the articulation of human’s actions through brain. Human brain can process various types of functions and come up with different kinds of decisions. Those decisions could be categorized as good or evil which have some connections with the concept of superpowers.
Keywords: Superpowers, Situations and Relationships, Real life, Negativity, Positivity
How to cite this article:
Farhana Haque. Dream of Having Superpowers: Comparison between Good and Bad Superpowers in Real Life as a Person According to Science. American Journal of History and Culture, 2018,1:1. DOI: 10.28933/ajhc-2018-04-2301
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