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This Cambridge Psychologist Thinks You Know Absolutely Nothing

The mind is merely a comparison organ.

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1.2 kilograms isn’t heavy. The average 300-page book weighs about 15.6 ounces or 442 grams. 3 books would equate to 1.2kg. Yet 1.2kg is the average weight of the human brain. Weird isn’t it. Those 3 books worth of paper weigh the same amount as the human brain. That same brain, by the way, can…

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Eve Arnold

Eve Arnold

Service Designer. Writer. Author of ‘Occupation Happy’ and ‘100,000 Words’.

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