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brains help the body parts move and so people can live no brain no life
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Yes. Otherwise I would not be reading your question, nor would I be answering it.
Answer If you are a human, then your brain is inside your cranium, or skull.
The brain is the convoluted organ within your cranium (skull). It is the major part of the central nervous system, controlling the functions of the body. It is also the seat o…f cognitive intelligence. The human brain consists of four major parts: cerebrum, cerebellum, brain stem, and diencephalon. (the dienchephalon may also be grouped within the brain stem)
Your brain is the organ that enables you to manipulate and navigate the world around you.
Every single living creatures
Inside your skull
stop teasing others, no brainer (no effense :))
It controls whatever you do from walking to sleeping. for more information go to http://www.brainhealthandpuzzles.com/facts_on_the_human_brain.html
you have a brain because it controls your whole body.
Believe it or not, exercise can help your brain a lot. And of course do brain teasers and things, eating healthy, and studying.
To acquire an actual study sample, you would probably have to settle for an animal brain, and even those are restricted due to animal rights considerations. Chickens, frogs, l…izards, and other simpler animals present no such restrictions, and the cost is mainly due to the chemical preservatives used.
If we didnt have a brain, we would all be bumping into each other all day and we would all be as stupid as you.
If you didn't have a brain, you really couldn't do anything pretty much. Example: You wouldn't be able to walk, because you would forget how to walk. Why we have a brain? …We have a brain so we can think, ( or walk. :-} ) If you didn't have a brain you wouldn't be able to ask this question. Actually walking is controlled almost entirely by nerve paths in the spine, the brain is not involved except to select where we are walking to (part of thinking).
Your brain controls your temperature, blood pressure, and blood sugar levels. It can also help you feel emotions, store memories and even help you stand up straight.