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Offline surekshya

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neural map in the human brain
« on: 29/04/2005 16:00:16 »
hi
am doing an project on the neural map in the brain. i am not sure wot to include in my topic. do i start off writing something about nervous system then move to the brains and the nerves. and by the neural map wot does it relaly mean. does it mean the way all the nerves work . i did a bit of research but wasnt able to find much on the topics. ayone with any knowledge about the topic please help meee....


 

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Re: neural map in the human brain
« Reply #1 on: 09/07/2005 11:02:46 »
who wants to talk about homunucli ?
 

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Re: neural map in the human brain
« Reply #2 on: 09/07/2005 17:14:36 »
You might want to investigate the information below before you jump to any conclusions about a neural map.

You Can Get Along Fine with No Brain
03-Oct-2002


 
The campus doctor at the University of Sheffield in the U.K. was treating a math major, when he noticed that the studentís head was a little larger than normal. He referred the student to neurology professor John Lorber, who gave the student a CAT scan and discovered he has virtually no brain at all, despite having an IQ of 126 and doing well in college.
More:
http://www.unknowncountry.com/news/?id=2009

Andrew



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