Friday, June 17, 2005


You know, once they start cloning organs, and they get to the brain, it'll be an interesting experiment to discover when brains become ...brains. I mean, one brain cell - probably not gonna do a lot of "thinking", ya know? (Look at Bush for an example. [rimshot])

Two cells? Well, while it's twice what one is, still probably not enough to warrant being called a "brain".

So how many does it take before a brain actually thinks? When does conciousness first spark in there? Is it the number of brain cells and neurons that contribute to conciousness taking place at all? I don't know. But I bet that some smarty scientist with enough funding could find out.

Not sure WHY we'd need to know, but, hey, maybe they can solve that problem while they're at it too.

What was my original point?

Oh. Right. Sometimes I hate my brain. And everything it filters.

In conclusion, a quote from Emo Phillips: "I used to think my brain was the most important organ. Then I thought, 'Wait a minute. Look who's telling me that.'"

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