JP Rangaswami – innovator and chief information officer for many leading financial businesses likes to think that food and information are the same thing and that energy and data are similar.
He believes that monkeys can learn faster than humans because their brains are larger and their stomachs are smaller; not like humans. The tissues covering our brains and stomachs are the most expensive tissues for the nervous and digestive systems, therefore they can expand quickly and grow depending on the consumption inside. What JP said in a recent talk was that our brain tissue will expand as we consume energy – just as much as our stomach tissue when we eat a big meal. Therefore information is food!
- Can you consume knowledge like food?
- If your has brain an overload of knowledge is it a headache?
- What would you prefer – more food or more knowledge?
|Book||A written or printed work of fiction or nonfiction, usually on sheets of paper fastened or bound together within covers.||
|Knowledge||To know a lot about something or several things.||He has a great knowledge of the game.||Listen|
|Distillation||The purification or concentration of a substance, the obtaining of the essence or volatile properties contained in it||
|Tissue||Biology. an aggregate of similar cells and cell products forming a definite kind of structural material with a specific function, in a multicellular organism.||The incision cut immediately through the tissue||Listen|
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