Posted by Q (22.214.171.124) on April 03, 2000 at 01:48:28:
In Reply to: Do you just like to hear yourself talk? posted by Ted on April 02, 2000 at 23:31:07:
Although I have a personal idea that CH is rooted in the mind and not the brain, I support the idea that CH research should also look at dead CH brains. As these brains would come to market rather infrequently and as CH researchers are even more rare, it is therefore necessary to devise a collection and storage strategy.
I have seen embalmed babies, brains and other organs stored in glass containers, available for future examination. The University of the South at Sewanee Tennessee has quite a collection on display. They are lined-up on the tops of wooden display cases in many classrooms. No big deal.
A simple note to the OUCH Foundation indicating where your dead brain will be located may be all that is required.
Your doctor does not necessarily need to be involved at all, as the removal after death is more a matter for the mortician than for the medical community.
Ted, the wine-cellar was a joke. Get over it, OK. As for the rest of my post, I thought it was a rather serious matter.
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