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Sun Mar 20 04:02:29 EST 2005
"Bruno Panetta" <bpanetta at gmail.com> wrote in message
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>r norman scripsit:
>> Some poor reader had a legitimate, albeit rather naive, question
>> brain transplants, and you ridicule him unmercifully. Why don't you
>> try educating, instead.
> I don't care about that. Winding up people on usenet is one of my
> favourite hobbies, although this was one of my few serious posts.
If that's true you have some serious problems.
> serious-ish. I admit I deliberately phrased it in a very provocative
> way, and I knew there was no way to answer it.
Thanks for admitting that you are an idiot.
For a long time I have
> been interested in locked in syndrome, and the situation outlined in
> White's articles is in a sense the ultimate locked in state: no imputs,
> no outputs, no way to communicate with the "isolated brain". Of course
> the transplant is not really necessary, severing the cranial nerves
> would obtain the same results.
Is that what happened to you?
> Incidentally, that would be an interesting punishment for some heinous
> criminals: induce the "ultimate locked in state", then pump their
> bodies full of chemicals known to produce a state of anguish and fear.
Too bad you are too young and missed your calling. Dr. Mengele would have
loved you as an intern, and you could have been a brilliant "experimental
physician" under the Nazi regime.
I hope you experience punishment that is as "interesting" as you propose.
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