Screenwriter with Brain Question

Timothy Budd bbudd at laurel.ocs.mq.edu.au
Sun Sep 4 03:35:07 EST 1994

>Sylvan Freeman (asylvan at ix.netcom.com) wrote:
>: Folks-
>: I am not a scientist!  Skip this post if you are not interested in
>: helping a screenwriter who needs an answer for a film.
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>copy of the lesions present in one brain could not be transferred to
>another. Why do this? Because organ transplantation has gotten very good 
>in the world your characters are in, to the point that brain transplants 
>are both feasible and likely under certain circumstances. 

What?? How is a brain transplant feasible or likely Harry? I would have
thought this would have to rate as a most unlikely event.I guess grafting of
tissue has been possible...but brain transplants?....hardly.
>Not the kind of world I would like to live in.
>: I hope this is not too vague.
>: Thanks.
>: S. Freeman
>Harry Erwin
>Internet: herwin at gmu.edu 
>Just a dumb graduate student working on Katchalsky nets....

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