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Jan072011

Don't bother with that PhD in neuroscience... Just watch this... It is better than a doctorate!

When I saw this excellent explanation of the human brain (in under 2 minutes), I realised that I had wasted 6 years of my life doing a PhD in neuroscience and theology...  I should just have watched this video!  

So, to save you the same trouble I would encourage you to just watch it now!

I particularly liked this bit (from the transcript) by TheRitual24 in the comment sectionthe liviating duds immediatly lubberdutch making contaste and togethatee slip temperance and expandasutatity. A reflection into ocean corrisponse who is perverts supercredity multiveratury equation E=2r… I’ll say that again, E=2r. Where R is the radiency of a homemade measure of the vultry affect and i find that in the pervinity stems of the parishilton reserdity overleshes the rihanheteramervan to and effect so as to neglectance of nomad of prosperaty super contraction causes structurmention.

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i have no idea what he is trying to say, but it sounds very entertaining!! the brain is, in essence, a complicated affair...

January 15, 2011 | Unregistered Commenternic slabber

Ha ha! Nic, I think that is John Clees' point - the brain is a mystery, and those of us (myself included) who think we have anything intelligent to say are in fact just blundering along!

I'm so looking forward to seeing you this week my friend! Thanks for making the effort to come through.

Blessings,

D

January 15, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterDion Forster

thanks dion. i'm only seeing your reply now! i had a wonderful time at your office. i love the peaceful atmosphere. keep up the good work!

January 22, 2011 | Unregistered Commenternic slabber

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