The human brain is a jungle part 1
What if the human brain functioned as if it was one very large jungle?
The trees of time:
A small tunnel of trees, at the very end stands a clock.
The distance between the start of the tunnel and the clock is exactly 60 steps.
With each step a secons passes by, once the clock has been reached, the clockwiser shall move and the whole proces will repeat itself.
The cave of logic:
Inside the human brain lies a cave, this cave is filled with wall paintings that explains the history of logic.
When a person is very logical, the paintings are very accurate and clear, but illogical people have very vage and bad wall paintings.
The valley of words:
When you’re talking or writing you’re basically searching for the words you’re trying to say or write.
Inside the human brain there’s a valley that’s filled with words, the bigger your vocabulary is, the bigger the valley is.
The arithmetic river:
Arithmetic in the human brain is basically one large river filled with numbers.
Basically when you’re calculating, you’re fishing for the right number.
When it’s a very difficult question, it becomes very hard to find and catch the right number, sometimes you’re unable to catch it.
The bridge of memories:
Memories in the human brain are stored on a very large bridge that’s located in the central area of the brain forming a divide between the left and the right side.
The older or less important memories are stored at the end of the bridge, the more important / recent memories stay at the front.
The older you get the bigger the cracks in the bridge become, that’s how memories fall of and are lost forever.