Monday, 6 June 2011


By reading the title of my blog, screenshots and clips from the movie "Limitless" must probably be popping in your head, thats IF you have seen the movie. If you haven't, I recommend, actually, no, I ORDER you to see it NOW. Well, after reading my post (no spoilers).


Have you ever imagined how it would be? To be the best possible version of yourself? I have. It feels like it would be amazing. To never lose concentration, to have a HUNDRED percent efficiency. To never make a mistake. To never be confused. To be able to access ANY part of your mind, at any given situation. To know what to do, whenever, wherever, without error.

And you may think that all of that sounds robotic, BUT, watch the movie. Its nothing like that. And to think of the fact that we only access around 10-15% of our brain. I dont even know if thats an indubitable fact. Thing is, it MUST be true, because every few seconds, we DO tend to forget about what we JUST planned to do, maybe its just me, but its odd how people sort of saunter away from what they were just thinking about.
And, this ability to access everything in your brain, isnt being a super genius who'd know everything. Its just being the perfection version of yourself. Its just knowing every single thing you've ever seen, studied, read or even glanced at in your life. Its about remembering everything you have come across in your life. No superpowers, just a key to unleash your mind.

Super brains ftw

 I, to be honest, would LOVE it. I would love to be able to speak my mind, and to be 100% efficient. Because I believe that each and everyone of us is smart. Its just the things that we are interested in differ. The whole stereotype of being smart just because you get grades is absurdity. Everyone is smart in their own way, its just that some people dont have the confidence or the memory to express what they know. I think it would be brilliant if we would be able to do so.
 I would love to be able to grasp new and difficult things with great ease; many people say that its always hard to learn a new language when you're old. Thats because when we get old, we get used to the things that we do quite commonly in our lives, i.e. speak. Children on the other hand, can easily learn a new language. Imagine, being able to learn something so difficult, with no problems.

Let me know what you think about it in the comments!

ALSO, one more thing I was just wondering about. I was just watching Back To The Future a few days back. In part 2, they show the people who went to the future, and saw flying cars in 2011 and 2012. Odd isn't it? We are SO close to getting flying cars and all of that futuristic crap (Insert sarcasm here). I hope flying cars are invented during some point in my life. Imagine driving something like this:

Wow? I know. *Sigh* Ah, sad, how we always want what we dont have, and how we get sick of what we do have.