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Is your Brain Really Necessary?

 
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The answer is yes, as can be seen by some of the replies in here from those without a brain laugh
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The brain is our computer. Info from Creator is downloaded there.
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This is a very interesting post, something totally new to me.

It's quite amazing... apparently extremely contrary to all we've previously known about brain function.

I can't help but wonder how this explains body functions which suffer in the presence of brain tumors (my husband went deaf, blind and suffered a spreading paralysis due to their advancing growth}, along with all those lobotomies which were previously common to help control certain 'abnormal' emotional issues...just to cite a few examples which now seem somewhat contrary.

Wow! I have so many questions regarding this post!

Imagine all those cryogenically frozen heads, whose 'owners' hope to be reanimated in future times! Perhaps they are now reduced to the folly of faulty science and logic.

Our DNA apparently contains everything we are, in that one viable cell appears to be able to recreate the whole of that particular cell's 'specialty.' It does not need 'brain' tissue to do this, for its intelligence lies wholly within itself.

The brain might then be considered the computer which runs a seemingly complicated regulatory chemical factory, yet, as we have especially found out throughout the past 60 years, computer size has decreased while functionality has increased, with many smaller specialized enhancements located on their own, as needed. Why not the human body?

Nature has always been a self-sufficient micro/nano-technological wonder...so, why need more than that which exists in brain stem? Nature in a healthy state is able to find ways to compensate.

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I can't wait to learn the updated mechanics which will follow, for this is beyond fascinating!


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Hell no it isn't....I have met a few brainless folks in my life for sure
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The brain is our computer. Info from Creator is downloaded there.
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And you, you are the joystick? Is there a manual on board?
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Maybe the brain is the hardware and the mind is the software.
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bingo Mind is CAUSE, brain is storage
The actual Lord's Prayer Given by Jesus 2000 years ago.

"MY SPIRIT, YOU ARE OMNIPOTENT. YOUR NAME IS HOLY. MAY YOUR REALM BE INCARNATE IN ME. MAY YOUR POWER REVEAL ITSELF WITHIN ME, ON EARTH AND IN THE HEAVEN. GIVE ME TODAY MY DAILY BREAD, AND THUS, LET ME RECOGNIZE MY TRANSGRESSIONS AND ERRORS, AND I SHALL RECOGNIZE THE TRUTH. AND DO NOT LEAD ME INTO TEMPTATION AND CONFUSION, BUT DELIVER ME FROM ERROR. FOR YOURS IS THE REALM WITHIN ME AND THE POWER AND THE KNOWLEDGE FOREVER,
AMEN.

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The brain is our computer. Info from Creator is downloaded there.
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And you, you are the joystick? Is there a manual on board?
 Quoting: Brain En Vain 26980291


No info from Creator's mind is downloaded to YOUR MIND. Not your brain. Your brain doesn't even really store information. When it is injured in certain areas, those places are no longer an interface for your mind.
The actual Lord's Prayer Given by Jesus 2000 years ago.

"MY SPIRIT, YOU ARE OMNIPOTENT. YOUR NAME IS HOLY. MAY YOUR REALM BE INCARNATE IN ME. MAY YOUR POWER REVEAL ITSELF WITHIN ME, ON EARTH AND IN THE HEAVEN. GIVE ME TODAY MY DAILY BREAD, AND THUS, LET ME RECOGNIZE MY TRANSGRESSIONS AND ERRORS, AND I SHALL RECOGNIZE THE TRUTH. AND DO NOT LEAD ME INTO TEMPTATION AND CONFUSION, BUT DELIVER ME FROM ERROR. FOR YOURS IS THE REALM WITHIN ME AND THE POWER AND THE KNOWLEDGE FOREVER,
AMEN.

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Is your brain you really necessary? The reason for my apparently absurd question is the remarkable research conducted at the University of Sheffield by neurology professor the late Dr. John Lorber.

When Sheffield’s campus doctor was treating one of the mathematics students for a minor ailment, he noticed that the student’s head was a little larger than normal. The doctor referred the student to professor Lorber for further examination.

The student in question was academically bright, had a reported IQ of 126 and was expected to graduate. When he was examined by CAT-scan, however, Lorber discovered that he had virtually no brain at all.

Instead of two hemispheres filling the cranial cavity, some 4.5 centimetres deep, the student had less than 1 millimetre of cerebral tissue covering the top of his spinal column. The student was suffering from hydrocephalus, the condition in which the cerebrospinal fluid, instead of circulating around the brain and entering the bloodstream, becomes dammed up inside.

Normally, the condition is fatal in the first months of childhood. Even where an individual survives he or she is usually seriously handicapped. Somehow, though, the Sheffield student had lived a perfectly normal life and went on to gain an honours degree in mathematics. This case is by no means as rare as it seems. In 1970, a New Yorker died at the age of 35. He had left school with no academic achievements, but had worked at manual jobs such as building janitor, and was a popular figure in his neighbourhood. Tenants of the building where he worked described him as passing the days performing his routine chores, such as tending the boiler, and reading the tabloid newspapers. When an autopsy was performed to determine the cause of his premature death he, too, was found to have practically no brain at all.

Professor Lorber has identified several hundred people who have very small cerebral hemispheres but who appear to be normal intelligent individuals. Some of them he describes as having ‘no detectable brain’, yet they have scored up to 120 on IQ tests. No-one knows how people with ‘no detectable brain’ are able to function at all, let alone to graduate in mathematics, but there are a couple theories. One idea is that there is such a high level of redundancy of function in the normal brain that what little remains is able to learn to deputise for the missing hemispheres.

Learn More at: [link to www.mindreality.net]
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my brain is necessary because its in my pants, and the wife needs it.
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Apparently not. Just look at the number of living, breathing Obama supporters. Case closed.
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the brain does not store memory you fake fucks all of you are heathen pagans and are going to hell or be slaves!
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Can't do without a brian.

Where would we be without some sense of tu.. ehhh humor:

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Can't do without a brian.

Where would we be without some sense of tu.. ehhh humor:

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The body also stores memory, as long as there is part of a brain, the body might compensate for the other part. Who know, except for God, he is always throwing a curve ball.
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It's spelled brIan in GLPese OP.
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"Is your Brain Really Necessary?"


Obama voters say NO!
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 Quoting: half brain 664473


scream

how the fuck is he still functioning? why is he not dead?!

MOST OF HIS BRAIN IS GONE!


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the brain is necessary for our consciousness to fold into this plane, it is an attenuation device; a nodal transmitter.

liken it to, the brain is the cell phone that allows you to interact with reality (your contacts). but You, you are not the phone, you merely use the phone to send and recieve signals
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:doh:
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chuckle
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Then howcum Zombies "die" if you stab them in the head?
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They Don't!
They're already dead so stabbing or shooting will only inconvenience them.
Zombees must be decapitated that's why we carry machetes.
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Is your brain you really necessary? The reason for my apparently absurd question is the remarkable research conducted at the University of Sheffield by neurology professor the late Dr. John Lorber.

When Sheffield’s campus doctor was treating one of the mathematics students for a minor ailment, he noticed that the student’s head was a little larger than normal. The doctor referred the student to professor Lorber for further examination.

The student in question was academically bright, had a reported IQ of 126 and was expected to graduate. When he was examined by CAT-scan, however, Lorber discovered that he had virtually no brain at all.

Instead of two hemispheres filling the cranial cavity, some 4.5 centimetres deep, the student had less than 1 millimetre of cerebral tissue covering the top of his spinal column. The student was suffering from hydrocephalus, the condition in which the cerebrospinal fluid, instead of circulating around the brain and entering the bloodstream, becomes dammed up inside.

Normally, the condition is fatal in the first months of childhood. Even where an individual survives he or she is usually seriously handicapped. Somehow, though, the Sheffield student had lived a perfectly normal life and went on to gain an honours degree in mathematics. This case is by no means as rare as it seems. In 1970, a New Yorker died at the age of 35. He had left school with no academic achievements, but had worked at manual jobs such as building janitor, and was a popular figure in his neighbourhood. Tenants of the building where he worked described him as passing the days performing his routine chores, such as tending the boiler, and reading the tabloid newspapers. When an autopsy was performed to determine the cause of his premature death he, too, was found to have practically no brain at all.

Professor Lorber has identified several hundred people who have very small cerebral hemispheres but who appear to be normal intelligent individuals. Some of them he describes as having ‘no detectable brain’, yet they have scored up to 120 on IQ tests. No-one knows how people with ‘no detectable brain’ are able to function at all, let alone to graduate in mathematics, but there are a couple theories. One idea is that there is such a high level of redundancy of function in the normal brain that what little remains is able to learn to deputise for the missing hemispheres.

Learn More at: [link to www.mindreality.net]
 Quoting: SpaceCommand


Find this so interesting.

My son was diagnosed with hydrocephalus at 9 years old. I'll never forget that night in the ER as I was surrounded by a couple doctors and several nurses in front of the x-ray light in the hall. At first they flipped on the light under a normal CT scan and then flipped on the light under my son's scan.

His skull looked empty.

The doctor and nurse both had their arms around me, I guess thinking I would collapse and explained that the pressure in my son's head was so intense that it had compressed his brain against his skull.

The weirdest part was, that although his brain was under so much pressure, he'd made a perfect score on a math test that day (a subject he'd always struggled in).
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Nah

*tosses brain out window*
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lol
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Roaches have no brain either...they can survive without head for weeks
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nope.........***blows brain out with shotgun*****


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Yours may not be...don't know. 1dunno1
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Nice one Space Command!

Good question - did you catch the thread the other Day 'Emotions from the Heart or Mind?' - Similar was discussed in there,with ridicule.
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Roaches have no brain either...they can survive without head for weeks
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Unlike husbands.
The thing that hath been,
is That which shall be;
and that which is done is that which shall be done:and there is no new thing under the Sun.
Ecclesiastes 9:1
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I bit.
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Is your brain you really necessary? The reason for my apparently absurd question is the remarkable research conducted at the University of Sheffield by neurology professor the late Dr. John Lorber.

When Sheffield’s campus doctor was treating one of the mathematics students for a minor ailment, he noticed that the student’s head was a little larger than normal. The doctor referred the student to professor Lorber for further examination.

The student in question was academically bright, had a reported IQ of 126 and was expected to graduate. When he was examined by CAT-scan, however, Lorber discovered that he had virtually no brain at all.

Instead of two hemispheres filling the cranial cavity, some 4.5 centimetres deep, the student had less than 1 millimetre of cerebral tissue covering the top of his spinal column. The student was suffering from hydrocephalus, the condition in which the cerebrospinal fluid, instead of circulating around the brain and entering the bloodstream, becomes dammed up inside.

Normally, the condition is fatal in the first months of childhood. Even where an individual survives he or she is usually seriously handicapped. Somehow, though, the Sheffield student had lived a perfectly normal life and went on to gain an honours degree in mathematics. This case is by no means as rare as it seems. In 1970, a New Yorker died at the age of 35. He had left school with no academic achievements, but had worked at manual jobs such as building janitor, and was a popular figure in his neighbourhood. Tenants of the building where he worked described him as passing the days performing his routine chores, such as tending the boiler, and reading the tabloid newspapers. When an autopsy was performed to determine the cause of his premature death he, too, was found to have practically no brain at all.

Professor Lorber has identified several hundred people who have very small cerebral hemispheres but who appear to be normal intelligent individuals. Some of them he describes as having ‘no detectable brain’, yet they have scored up to 120 on IQ tests. No-one knows how people with ‘no detectable brain’ are able to function at all, let alone to graduate in mathematics, but there are a couple theories. One idea is that there is such a high level of redundancy of function in the normal brain that what little remains is able to learn to deputise for the missing hemispheres.

Learn More at: [link to www.mindreality.net]
 Quoting: SpaceCommand


There is much evidence in this very forum that a brain is not necessary for a human being to function on a primitive basis.
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Is your brain you really necessary? The reason for my apparently absurd question is the remarkable research conducted at the University of Sheffield by neurology professor the late Dr. John Lorber.

When Sheffield’s campus doctor was treating one of the mathematics students for a minor ailment, he noticed that the student’s head was a little larger than normal. The doctor referred the student to professor Lorber for further examination.

The student in question was academically bright, had a reported IQ of 126 and was expected to graduate. When he was examined by CAT-scan, however, Lorber discovered that he had virtually no brain at all.

Instead of two hemispheres filling the cranial cavity, some 4.5 centimetres deep, the student had less than 1 millimetre of cerebral tissue covering the top of his spinal column. The student was suffering from hydrocephalus, the condition in which the cerebrospinal fluid, instead of circulating around the brain and entering the bloodstream, becomes dammed up inside.

Normally, the condition is fatal in the first months of childhood. Even where an individual survives he or she is usually seriously handicapped. Somehow, though, the Sheffield student had lived a perfectly normal life and went on to gain an honours degree in mathematics. This case is by no means as rare as it seems. In 1970, a New Yorker died at the age of 35. He had left school with no academic achievements, but had worked at manual jobs such as building janitor, and was a popular figure in his neighbourhood. Tenants of the building where he worked described him as passing the days performing his routine chores, such as tending the boiler, and reading the tabloid newspapers. When an autopsy was performed to determine the cause of his premature death he, too, was found to have practically no brain at all.

Professor Lorber has identified several hundred people who have very small cerebral hemispheres but who appear to be normal intelligent individuals. Some of them he describes as having ‘no detectable brain’, yet they have scored up to 120 on IQ tests. No-one knows how people with ‘no detectable brain’ are able to function at all, let alone to graduate in mathematics, but there are a couple theories. One idea is that there is such a high level of redundancy of function in the normal brain that what little remains is able to learn to deputise for the missing hemispheres.

Learn More at: [link to www.mindreality.net]
 Quoting: SpaceCommand


There is much evidence in this very forum that a brain is not necessary for a human being to function on a primitive basis.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26576050


This is the 20th time such a joke has been attempted,please,no more.
The thing that hath been,
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and that which is done is that which shall be done:and there is no new thing under the Sun.
Ecclesiastes 9:1

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