Monday, April 30, 2007

The Human Brain

A human must have a brain. A computer must have a hard drive. Why? Because, if a human did not have a brain, it could not think, or do anything, and the person would die. If a computer has no hard drive, it will not function properly, and it cannot tell the rest of the computer what to do, and it couldn’t remember anything

Monday, April 23, 2007

The Human Brain

Both the brain and a computer’s hard drive control the other parts of themselves. They command the other parts of the body. They tell them what to do, and where to go. They do this quickly and efficiently.

Monday, April 16, 2007

The Human Brain

Memorization is something both brains and hard drives do quite well. If you go somewhere, or do something, your brain stores that memory away. Similarly, a hard drive stores memories of the places you go on a computer.

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

The Human Brain

The human brain can be thought of, in some ways, like a computer’s hard drive. It controls the rest of the body. It tells other parts what to do. It stores information. Today we will look at three main similarities, which are memory, command-sending, and the necessity of having one.

Monday, April 2, 2007

Life Compared To A Football Coach's Job

As we can see, there are many similarities between life and a football coach’s job. Sometimes we fail. Sometimes we win. But we should never give up.