Russians create artificial human brain
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Wed Apr 18 01:36:41 EST 2001
satchi <satchi at mindspring.com> wrote in message
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> maxwell wrote:
> > satchi <satchi at mindspring.com> wrote in message
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> > >
> > > Jonathan Allan wrote:
> > > >
> > > > satchi wrote:
> > > > [slice]
> > >
> > > You sliced me! I've been snipped, clipped, and other things, but
> > > never sliced. Are you a Pathologist by any chance?
> > Be careful, satchi !
> > After sliced comes diced. OMG! :-o
> Oh, God, maybe he's a Ginsu Salesman!
> They don't need to get a foot in the door
> they just cut right through it.
Ah-- you've seen Mifune kill 'shadows' through the garden-house walls!
Excellent, honorable satchi-sama!
> > Mayo clinic is in Minnesota.
> "One Spage Yee...hold the neurons!"
Arrgh! You really *did* say that!
Ah yes, slivers of fine CNS flesh so thin, they are floated upon the
teased into place upon the gelatin-subbing with 000 sable brush tips.
Served with your choice of sauce-- you want *real* spicy-- you sure?
> > Minnesota is next to Michigan.
I'm not usually so obvious. Mea culpa.
> "One frozen swedish meatball...sink em!"
Bachelor farmers eat well!
> > J. Allen *might* be a pathologist.
> > Kevorkian was a pathologist from Michigan.
> > Pathologists from that neck of the woods ?
> > Might be dangerous-- we know where Kevorkian is-- not J. Allen.
> > I'll try and keep an eye on this Jonathan-- okay?
> > He may be a pathologist, but we've got more than a microtome up
> > at the lab.
> (See the Ginsu guy, imagine no more sharpening!)
Mebbe. We call 30 microns 'thick' slice.
> We do neurophysiological studies there-- NISM?
> Yeah, and I'll bet you listen to REM while you're doing it.
We don't even have mike on the NT box up there. You *are* good.
> > (Good you've got Macky!!)
> Leave his cortex out of this, he can't help his knee jerk reactions!
Hmmph. Next he'll be humping Kevorkian's leg. Dog's life.
> > (The TTX darts and airgun are going Fedex to you now)
> But I don't want tetratodoxin, I want that stuff you can't
> easily trace: succinylcholine chloride!
You have to rub it in, do you now. Okayokay.
It's true-- surgeons have great good time stirring the pudding,
but anesthesiologists have all the *real* fun.
I said it. I hope you're pleased with yourself.
I'm losing my cingulate gyri before this goes too much
further into the realm of my angst.
Hmm. Nobody's up at the lab now. I could local the scalp,
trepinate, and aspirate. Forget the cingulate--take enough prefrontal
and I could be President!
Gotcha-- it's a definite plan!
::::...hmmm. Taking brains *from* the lab on a moonless night..?
Now there's a twist on an old theme.....::
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