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I realise that we only use a fraction of our brain capacity
Quote from: neilep on 07/03/2007 16:37:39I realise that we only use a fraction of our brain capacity This is a myth..http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/tenper.html
Medical opinion is sceptical over whether organ recipients can gain more than just a lifeline from their transplants. But Gary Schwartz, a professor of medicine, neurology, psychiatry and surgery at the University of Arizona, says research by a team he leads has found definite links. He calls it 'cellular memory'. He has documented 70 cases where he believes transplant recipients have inherited the traits of their donors. Prof Schwartz said: "When the organ is placed in the recipient, the information and energy stored in the organ is passed on to the recipient. The theory applies to any organ that has cells that are interconnected. They could be kidneys, liver and even muscles. "The stories we have uncovered are very compelling and are completely consistent." He says his studies have found that heart transplant patients are the most likely to experience personality changes.