Going inside my own mind questions

I would like a detailed version of what I can learn while inside my own mind! Thank - you.

I suppose, you would need to ask your own mind for that. Don’t imagine many of us can give you a detailed version of what could be found in a mind. There are many things generally speaking, but as to what you will find, well only you can know that.

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Will I get banned if I talk about my Suicide attempt yesterday morning? I’m okay btw

I don’t know. I stay away from those types of threads.

@Lady_Eva

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I was saved by someone who Does magick that’s why I’m asking

Like I said, I’m sorry, I don’t pay attention to how those types of threads go. Perhaps @DarkestKnight might know as he spends more time studying the rules than I do.

Can you ask him to send me a message?

@Rick_Ralston No, you won’t get banned for talking about a suicide attempt. Others here have talked about their own attempts. You would only get banned if you tried to convince other people to end their lives. That would bring the ban hammer down real quick since it could get this forum into legal trouble.

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How many megabytes should a human brain be able to store?

A lot more than two. Most computational neuroscientists tend to estimate human storage capacity somewhere between 10 terabytes and 100 terabytes, though the full spectrum of guesses ranges from 1 terabyte to 2.5 petabytes. (One terabyte is equal to about 1,000 gigabytes or about 1 million megabytes; a petabyte is about 1,000 terabytes.)

The math behind these estimates is fairly simple. The human brain contains roughly 100 billion neurons. Each of these neurons seems capable of making around 1,000 connections, representing about 1,000 potential synapses, which largely do the work of data storage. Multiply each of these 100 billion neurons by the approximately 1,000 connections it can make, and you get 100 trillion data points, or about 100 terabytes of information.

~ Source: https://slate.com/technology/2012/04/north-koreas-2-mb-of-knowledge-taunt-how-many-megabytes-does-the-human-brain-hold.html

So, not really either possible or desirable to try, since any description someone gives may just place limits on you.

Better to name what you want to find, and we can probably give you a method. :+1:

No, but there may be better forums for that kind of conversation than this one, because this isn’t set up to be a forum for people in crisis, and discussion of this may trigger or otherwise distress other people.

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Your confused I’m not going inside my brain