How much brain power did albert Einstein use?
Albert einstein was an amazingly intelligent man. Normal human beings use about 10% of there brain "Power" but Albert on the other hand used a lot more than the average human being. It has been scientifically studied and scientist say that Albert used about 20% of his brain "Power". But there is someone who used even more than Albert Einstein.
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National Museum of Health and Medicine
we all living beings use all of (nearly all of) our brain, i.e. approx. 100% of our brain.
Although Einstein's body was cremated, his brain was saved. Dr. Thomas S. Harvey
Apparently it is in preserved in Princeton Hospital. For more of the story see: http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/ein.html it shutdown
it was 62,125 feet wide ...
It weighed about 800 grams
100% hes smarter than me at science and all that. But im better at texting or anything. He wouldnt even know how to use an xbox. Does that mean i used mor brain percentage? No… because we all use 100%. Does that make any sense?
Albert Einstein's brain is in a jar in a hospital.
no one it is just a myth Answer: Einstein's brain was removed, weighed and preserved by Thomas Stoltz Harvey. The brain was divided into 240 1 cm 3 chunks.
Albert has actually Used 7% oF his Brain
100% everyone uses. You use it 100% everyday. Eating, dreaming, walking, talking, using electronics etc.
All of it, just as everyone else does. The "only use 10% of your brain" thing is an urban legend.
We have no measurable evidence that Einstein used any more or less of his brain than anyone else - although what he did with his brain is certainly impressive. It is an oft…en repeated bit of urban folklore that most people only use about 10% of their brain. Although there's no definitive culprit to pin the blame on for starting this legend, the notion has been linked to the American psychologist and author William James, who argued in The Energies of Men that "We are making use of only a small part of our possible mental and physical resources."