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Did you know that your brain is not perfect?
Test it now in a funny way! Absolutely
you see the word 'Red' printed in Blue (
), something strange happens. Your
brain gets two contradictory informations
from two valid sources. On the one hand,
the label says 'Red'. On the other hand,
the color of the label says 'Blue'. This
way, your brain gets confused.
Your goal in Brain Crash: click on the labels
which TEXT matches its COLOR. Simple, uh?
Time is limited, so go quickly! The faster
you are, the higher your score! But be careful,
because if you click on an incorrect label
you will go back 2 levels.
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Now it's your time. Are you a master
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Windows 98 or newer
Pentium II 400 MHz or better
4MB Graphic card
animals, the brain, or encephalon (Greek for "in
the head"), is the control center of the central
nervous system. In most animals, the brain is located
in the head, protected by the skull and close to the
primary sensory apparatus of vision, hearing, taste
and olfaction. In humans, it is an organ of thought.
While all vertebrates have a brain, invertebrates have
either a centralized brain or collections of individual
ganglia. Brains can be extremely complex. For example,
the human brain contains more than 100 billion neurons,
each linked to as many as 10,000 others.
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