Would We Live Without The Brain Essay

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Would we live without the brain? The heart is the most important organ in our body. Some people think this is true, but they’re not a hundred percent wrong because we need the heart to be alive. The organ that is also an important organ to the human body is the brain, to our body besides other important parts like the heart, lungs, and other organs. It’s used for more than one role like the other type of organs. The brain helps with hearing, seeing, learning, feeling, and ect. We would be lost without the brain and dead, of course, without all the effort the brain the human body wouldn’t be completed. You will learn that the brain is broken into parts, it’s the cerebrum, cerebellum and the brain stem, they all have their job within the brain; the cerebrum breaks up into four parts the Frontal lobe, Temporal lobe, Parietal lobe, and Occipital lobe these lobes have important parts that work with the human body.
The brain is vast with knowledge and information, and it’s been said that the human race only uses about ten percent of the brain. The brain
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It is also involved with the auditory, learning, visual senses, and in the perception of spoken and written language (Kiernan 1-12). This region of the brain is most consisting with understanding how to speak and understand what is being said. An example of the temporal sticking to its role is when you’re speaking with someone and being able to then perceive what is being spoken back to you by the other person. The temporal lobe area is located in the bottom-middle of the brain. As it is stated in the article, Anatomy of the Temporal lobe, “[It’s] approximately 17% of the volume of the human cerebral cortex, 16% in the right and 17% in the left hemisphere, forms the surfaces of the temporal lobes”. The temporal lobe is kind of vast in size, so if the temporal lobe’s role is language and perceiving it, who takes the role for our

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