Half a mouse brain.

  octal 17:27 29 Apr 2007
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It just shows how complex even a mouse brain is, and this is only half a mouse brain.

click here

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 19:00 29 Apr 2007

Better hide the "virtual cheese"

  Stuartli 19:19 29 Apr 2007

If I had even half a mouse brain I'd be dangerous...:-)

  DrScott 19:52 29 Apr 2007

but there is a story of a graduate of Oxford who got a first in advanced mathematics. However throughout his time there he complained of frequent headaches. Eventually he had a CT scan which showed that an entire half of his brain had failed to develop properly.

Which goes to prove you only need half a brain to get a first in maths from Oxford.

  Zaphod 3 20:00 29 Apr 2007

Dr Scott you went to Cambridge then?? LOL

  DrScott 20:01 29 Apr 2007

Oxford actually :o) But I didn't read maths...

  Forum Editor 20:09 29 Apr 2007

I knew several people who appeared to only have half a brain. One of them went on to become a senior government minister, and I always wondered how he ever managed to get out of bed in the morning.

  octal 20:27 29 Apr 2007

"Better hide the "virtual cheese""

That's the second time you've made me smile in as many days :D

  p;3 21:52 29 Apr 2007

they do say that we only use half of our brain anyway(so one may ponder about what the other half does!!)

  Monoux 22:03 29 Apr 2007

Apparantly he left side of the brain controls the right side of the body and the right side of the brain controls the left side of the body.

Therefore Left handed people are the only ones in their right mind :o)

I'm left handed by the way

  p;3 22:10 29 Apr 2007

nice one::))

I am right handed .............so.... can I change please?

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