Let’s assume we do, in fact, use only 10% of our brain. If you could unlock the remaining 90%, what would you do with it?
So it is claimed we only use 10% of our brain. What a load of balonies. That is untrue as we use other parts of the brain for different functions, but lets go with the theory that 90% of our brain is locked and we got to unlock it to use its full potential. What would I do if I had 100% brain capacity?
I’d honestly use it to change the world. I don’t think of myself as some kind of hero nor do I have a messiah complex but I honestly do think that this world is dying and it needs help. With great power comes great responsibility as Uncle Ben stated so therefore I would use my power responsibly, playing my part as a good citizen of this world. If that means saving a few damsels in distress along the way, why not?
I would firstly do what my boy Brian Cooper did in Limitless. Play it big in the Stock Exchange and become super rich. Being rich means you are more powerful and I need to be powerful to play an active part in changing the world. This world runs on money. I can’t sit in the driver’s seat when I have no fuel now can I?
The question here is, what can unlocking your brain make you capable of doing? What powers or skills do you unlock? I would for one increase my knowledge. Read tonnes of books and retain all information. I’d become like Sherlock and become a master of deduction. Just by a single glance at a person, I would be able to learn so much about them; step into the room and I already five steps ahead of my opponents.
Unfortunately, I reckon I would be killed pretty quickly if I were to become such a ‘Monster’. The world would hate me for being so powerful and eventually someone is going to stage an accident or assassination and I would die. Now that I think of it, I would probably use my powers discreetly so I don’t get caught. If I was smart enough, I would probably get away with it.
Being smart allows you to understand other people. I would use this knowledge to influence them in the right direction. Teach them, educate them so they can understand the difference between right and wrong. True right and wrong and not what the media and the laws say.