The word “energy” is a little intimidating and a lot of people aren’t comfortable with it. However, as scientists have learned, “energy” isn’t necessarily just energy in the form of chemical energy, but also in the form of vibrational and electrical energy. So, “energy” is really just a fancy way of saying “potential energy”.
The answer is that all organisms in nature are capable of storing energy in the form of potential. However, many organisms have evolved to only store the potential energy they need for short periods of time (like seconds or minutes), in order to be able to make quick decisions and move quickly.
It’s not just the potential energy in the form of chemical energy that is important, it’s also the energy in the form of electrical energy. For example, a person with a brain implant can store a much higher amount of energy in the form of electrical energy than a person without one, because the electrical energy in the brain is able to move around faster.
But, the question is, how does electrical energy move around? We’ve all seen the effects of electrical activity, with a person getting a jolt of electricity on their hand (causing them to touch a wall) or a zap of electricity to the nerves (causing them to twitch).
The main reason for having a brain implant is to get rid of the nerves and tissues of the brain. That explains why a person’s brain is a “power” that can be used to make electrical circuits run faster.
In other words, the more energy that is available to the brain, the more nervous tissue it can be made to have.
But even if this is a good idea, what happens when we start to run out of energy? There are a few things we can do to keep our brains in check, but it goes back to our earlier question: How do organisms get the energy they need? The answer is the same as the answer to the question: In one way or another they have some mechanism to produce electricity.
This energy is actually produced by mitochondria in the cells of our body. The mitochondria are the power plants of our cells. They do this incredibly complex job of converting food into energy. They are the power plants of your body, but the more we use them, the less they’re able to produce.
Mitochondria are special mitochondria. They’re the cells that make you eat whatever you want. They have no brain and no heart, no eyes, no ears, and no brain stem, just single cells with a single purpose: to turn food into energy. In order to get a cell to make energy, the mitochondria need to get to the right place in the cell. Which is precisely where the cell is being broken down to produce the energy we need.