brain sizes: Einstein's and women's
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Wed Jul 24 21:50:39 EST 2002
"John Knight" <johnknight at usa.com> wrote in message
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> "Elisabeth Frauendorfer" <ef25147 at i-one.at> wrote in message
> news:3d3b132c at news.i-one.at...
> > I believe that intelligence and creativity, inventivity (?) does not
> > on the SIZE but the FUNCTION of the brain....
> > And on how you maintain the "hardware" (brain) biochemically, and how
> > use the "software" (intellectual knowledge) in a kognitive way.
> > being broadminded and open to new ideas and new paths.
> > Einstein was a creative genius, but he had a little brain when compared
> > many rather average individuals that lived at the same time.
> > Elisabeth
> Einstein made up for having a little brain by being a BIG LIAR, and
> plagiarist. Everything this idiot who flunked algebra and never even had
> lab of his own ever wrote had been published by the White guys in Europe
> with the big brains 10-20 years earlier.
This simply isn't true.
Explain what you think of his was a rehash.
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