poin t well taken!
F. Frank LeFever <flefever at ix.netcom.com> wrote in message
news:7dk92u$qi2 at dfw-ixnews12.ix.netcom.com...
>> I didn't "frown" on the question; I simply tried to summarize the long
> history of this idea rather succinctly.
>> Just like the cold fusion idea, there are some who continue to believe
> in it, but most do not.
>> As the report from the Polish Academy of Sciences said, "There is no
> scientific evidence that two men can produce a child--BUT, the
> experiments continue!"
>> Should I "smile" on the question by saying "Oh, yes, what a novel--and
> probably correct--idea" ?
>> To the extent that generalized EEG slowing can be indicative of
> impaired function (in a wide variety of pathological conditions), it is
> reasonable to think that there might be such a link, but so far as I
> know, it has been difficult to demonstrate one. However, it may be
> that the problem lies more with definition and measurement of
> "intelligence" than with measurement of EEG parameters.
>> F. Frank LeFever, Ph.D.
> New York Neuropsychology Grooup
>>> In <7dj3vc$okl at bgtnsc03.worldnet.att.net> "k.renstein"
> <kenneth.grant at worldnet.att.net> writes:
> >This idea came from a neurologist i once knew. And Mr. Lefever, why do
> >on questions from others trying to learn more?
> >F. Frank LeFever <flefever at ix.netcom.com> wrote in message
> >news:7devh2$egb at sjx-ixn10.ix.netcom.com...> >> In <7dej6i$htd$1 at bgtnsc01.worldnet.att.net> "k.renstein"
> >> <kenneth.grant at worldnet.att.net> writes:
> >> >
> >> >I have been told EEG freq. can be linked with intelligence.. is
> >> true?
> >> >
> >> >
> >> I think the history of this idea is a little bit like the history of
> >> cold fusion...
> >> F. LeFever