[ExI] no brain, no pain
natasha at natasha.cc
Sat Jul 21 13:21:54 UTC 2007
At 05:58 PM 7/20/2007, you wrote:
>WASHINGTON: A man with an unusually tiny brain managed to live an
>entirely normal life despite his condition, caused by a fluid
>build-up in his skull, French researchers reported yesterday.
>Scans of the 44-year-old man's brain showed that a huge fluid-filled
>chamber called a ventricle took up most of the room in his skull,
>leaving little more than a thin sheet of actual brain tissue.
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an open system perspective. - Buckminster Fuller
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