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Brain Games: The Life Of The Brain

Do you like watching the Brain Games on National Geographic Channel. These are a bunch of series, that discuss and explore the components of our brain, whats really great about these games is that we as viewers can get involved with them. The newest episode will premiere on March 6 at 900 pm. This episode is called Brain Games- Life Of The Brain. Thats a good topic because over years, how much does your brian maintain and how has it changed.

In this episode Jason Silva head to the New Jersey shore to show how the mind's point of view changes over a lifetime. Imagine all the answers to the questions, people will be asked. This is one episode I don't want to miss, it's going to be really good. Our brains are like sponges and how much we learn and do over years, is stored in the brain.

Here are a couple of questions for you to answer:

With the presidential elections fast approaching, how you think voting is swayed by the age of our brain?

For me being older I know what the worlds views are, and what should be done and how. When I was younger none of this mattered because of my age. So I believe that now because I am older my views are so much different. Understanding whats going on in the world and how we need to fix it is more important, and making sure my kids have a better future.

Has your voting style evolved over time?

Voting is always something we need to take serious. It has become more evolved now that im in my 40s, and listening to each candidate and trying to figure out who is the best one, has to do with my age and style now. We always want the best and right person when we vote, and that is something I have learned in the years of me being able to vote.

Will it continue to evolve as our brains evolve?

As we become older the way of thinking changes, and I believe as I become older my brain will evolve and do the same. Our views will be different and knowing whats the best will change too. And to do this our brains need to age too.

What do you think, I would love to see your answers.

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