Well, you know the way they found out that splitting atoms allowed us to harness the full extent of nuclear power?
What I was wondering was, could we split cells to find out the full extent of the human brain. Thoughts?
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What would we learn by splitting the atoms of the brain?
Aren't they composed of the same material that are being split in the particle accelerators? I'm not sure, please fill me in!
I'm not so sure myself… but if we did split the atoms of the brain, could that let us use the other 90% of our brain that we don't already use?
And if it does, who knows what a person would be able to do… thoughts?
Ah, yeah, that would be awesome — Neuroscience is so cool!
I think we already use more than 90% of our brain… but who knows.
Anyway, when is the particle accelerator in Sweeden supposed to collide the two atoms?
Wouldn't splitting a cell just create a new cell or kill the cell you just split leaving a dead cell.
I think splitting cells into smaller pieces is teaching scientists what the universe is ACTUALLY made of — If we know that, then we can start controlling atoms more easily — does that make sense?
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