"We use only ten percent of brain capacity"
This theory is based on eighteenth-century anatomical experiments. In these experiments it was found that removing a large part of the brain of a large animal did not have great consequences. Even on people with brain injuries, tasks that were known as familiar can be taken from another part of the brain. In babies, this is possible in an area amazing. Using the tools of measurement can determine when and which parts of the brain are active, it shows that, indeed, there are important centers as well as the rest of the brain is used.