Sat. Jun 22nd, 2024
Scientists are researching the superhuman abilities that humans possess

Bob Munden, a legendary gunslinger, is known for his incredible speed and accuracy when it comes to drawing and firing his gun. In less than a tenth of a second, he can accurately hit his target, faster than the average human brain’s reaction time.

Isao Machii, on the other hand, is a modern-day samurai with incredible agility. He has the ability to chop bullets in half in midair with a swing of his sword. His super-agility has made him legendary among those who know him.

Scientists are still studying how the central nervous system helps people plan and execute complex movements unconsciously. Mental athletes like those who compete in the USA Memory Championship have also caught their attention. These athletes can memorize a deck of cards in 20 seconds or the names and faces of hundreds of strangers in minutes. Anthony and Michael Dottino run memory training programs and believe that anyone can improve their memory regardless of age.

Michael Dottino is currently working with neuroscientists to study how memory training affects brain activity. Research shows that memory techniques form networks in the brain that anchor new memories to old ones. A study in the journal Neuron found that average people can significantly improve their memories with just six weeks of training. This superpower is within reach for all of us if we are willing to put in the effort to train our minds.

By Aiden Nguyen

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