BilZ0r at TAKETHISOUThotmail.com
Mon May 31 17:25:18 EST 2004
r norman <rsn_ at _comcast.net> wrote in
news:vqdmb0te8v357osp64arj4ahbulbnj18p7 at 4ax.com:
> On Mon, 31 May 2004 13:52:37 +0100, "Andrew T. Austin"
> <andrewaustin at 23NLPeople.com> wrote:
>>I`m working on a project, much of it is here: www.23NLPeople.com
>>I`d like to be able to replace the MRI images there for ones of my own
>>brain. I`m in Southampton, UK - I`ve asked around a few private
>>centres/clinics, but without clinical necessity it seems that no one is
>>willing to do the scan.
>>Anyone got any studies that they need a healthy control for?
> Is there something about your own brain that makes it an exceptional
> tool for learning? Certainly, if it were sufficiently special or
> unique, it would be inappropriate for use as a teaching tool helping
> people understand the "generic" human brain. And if it is so
> commonplace as to be useful, then it is no better than anyone else's
> to use as an example.
> Get over your egotism and pride.
I think maybe he was volunteering as a normal person, not as a special
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