Tony Stark, more commonly known as Iron Man, is very, very intelligent. He is so smart that he actually built his own advanced, robotic suit. He also has his own company called Stark Industries. They make extremely powerful weapons that the U.S military uses. The part of his body responsible for him being a genius is his brain. More specifically, the brain not only helps him obtain his knowledge but also understand how to use it.
The brain is split into three parts: the cerebellum, the cerebrum, and the brainstem. The cerebrum is further split into four lobes called the frontal lobe, the parietal lobe, the temporal lobe, and the occipital lobe. The frontal lobe is located in the front of the brain and it controls critical thinking, motion, emotion, and language. The parietal lobe is at the top of the brain and behind the frontal lobe. It controls taste, temperature, touch, and sensation. The temporal lobe is located underneath the parietal lobe. It controls everything to do with the ears, including hearing, because it is located right next to them. Last, but not least, the occipital lobe is located in the very back of your brain and controls your vision and anything else to do with your eyes.
Apart from the cerebrum, the brain is also made up of the cerebellum and the brain stem. The cerebellum allows for people to move. The brainstem helps control breathing, digestion, and even heart rate. However, the part of these three brain sections that makes Tony Stark so smart is ultimately the cerebrum! This part of the brain does not only control knowledge. It controls much more including reading, thinking, learning, speech, emotions, walking, running, skipping, and jumping. The frontal lobe within the cerebrum is the most important of the lobes for these processes that allow for intelligence.
Tony Stark did a lot of building that required him to lift, jump, push, pull, and perform a whole bunch of other muscle movements. The cerebrum and cerebellum worked together to allow him to do this. With these two parts, he created the arc reactor powering his suit, shaped the metal which developed the suit, and put them together to create himself: Iron Man. Also, one of Tony Stark’s most impressive creations was Jarvis. Almost destroyed, Jarvis was reborn with a strike of Thor’s lightning bolt, turning him into Vision! Tony Stark built many more amazingly awesome things which required him to use his brain. He had to use his knowledge, thinking, and even motor abilities to create these amazing inventions.
Now, it is quite obvious for you to realize that Tony Stark, or Iron Man, has an Iron Brain: an undefeatable, strong organ whose capacity to think cannot be challenged.
Author: Arnav Kumarapuram