Nerves use electrical impulses to transmit signals to the brain. The gaps between the nerve endings are called synapses.
humans use 10% of there brain power
The brain may seen huge and useful, yet we only use a portion of our brains. Some people are very smart, and may use more parts of their brain.
It is a common myth that we (mammals including humans, and other animals) use only a small percentage of our brains. We have so much information to process, store, recall, as well as basic bodily functions to manage that our brain is always in constant motion. More info on this and other fun brain FAQ here: http://www.brainandspinalcord.org/media-center/KnowYourBrain.html
Your brain uses as much power as a ten watt battery. -Helen Brosnan
Thier electrical current will be from the solar energy converter to electricity.
I wonder what my current location is? or if you are talking about a electrical current Watch out, there is an electrical current in that plug and you don't want to get shocked.
Electric current is measured in amperes
To measure the current in an electrical circuit.
It blocks direct electrical current allowing alternating current to pass
amperes it measures electrical current
The unit is ampere (A).
use an electrical current.
About 10% of your brain ---------------------------------- Actually you use just about all of your brain
In an electrical system over load means over current.