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Subject: [DPRG] DPRG Rat Brains
From: Earl Bollinger earlwbollinger at comcast.net
Date: Mon Oct 25 19:54:27 CDT 2004

It gives a whole new meaning to "my computer caught a virus", doesn't it.

Watch out on long vacations or your computer may starve to death.

Don't forget the water too.

 

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I thought Steve was kidding me about catching rats (or mice) at the
warehouse and using their brains to control robots.

Maybe people that actually read are up on this stuff.

http://dsc.discovery.com/news/briefs/20041018/brain.html?ct=4835.3755178778

So is it real?

Will I have a BIOS setting on my computer to specify what type of cells are
included in my organic coprocessor?

Will there be a dialog box that appears once in a while
[Please change glucose cartridge]?

Will people be bragging about how many MegaNeurons they are packing in their
organic processors?

Will there be arguments over what type of neurons are best.
"Kangaroo Brain? Nothing beats Otter!"

Of course Human Neurons will be a big controversy even though they die every
day in our own living brains. Or do they? I can't remember. Oh, I guess I
have my answer. 

-Ron










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