Einstein’s Left and Right Brain Hemispheres

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Published on July 13, 2014 with No Comments

The Brain of Albert Einstein More Developed?

So why did Albert Einstein become so widely known for his ideas and thoughts? Perhaps it was because his  corpus callosum  was much thicker and robust than most people. The corpus callosum (from Latin: “tough body”), also known as the colossalcommissure, is a wide, flat bundle of neural fibers beneath the cortex in the eutherianbrain at the longitudinal fissure. It connects the left and right cerebral hemispheres and facilitates interhemispheric communication. It is the largest white matter structure in the brain, consisting of 200–250 million contralateral axonal projections. For more information on the Corpus Callosum check Wikipedia here.

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John Lorince heads Capture Motion Media based out of Cleveland, Ohio. He has written, directed and edited numerous music videos, live concerts, company profiles, commercials and a full length Pilates & Yoga DVD. John enjoys teaching with online tutorials the skills he has acquired in digital media production. He now has aspirations of writing and producing his first full length feature in 2012.

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