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Behold the mighty dinosaur Famous in prehistoric lore, Not only for his power and strength But for his intellectual length. You will observe by these remains The creature had two sets of brains — One in his head (the usual place), The other in his spinal base. Thus he could reason "A priori" As well as "A posteriori." No problem bothered him a bit He made both head and tail of it. So wise was he, so wise and solemn, Each thought filled just a spinal column. If one brain found the pressure strong It passed a few ideas along. If something slipped his forward mind 'Twas rescued by the one behind. And if in error he was caught He had a saving afterthought. As he thought twice before he spoke He had no judgment to revoke. Thus he could think without congestion Upon both sides of every question. Oh, gaze upon this model beast; Defunct ten million years at least.

-1912, columnist Bert Taylor of the Chicago Tribune

The large sauropods, like Brachiosaurus and Apatosaurus, had a second brain. This second brain was an enlargement in the spinal cord of the hip area. This nerve center controlled the animals hind legs and tail and was actually larger than the animals cerebral brain!

I knew those parts had a mind of their own!

Love & Light Being,


Have the heart of a gypsy, and the dedication of a soldier -Beethoven in Beethoven Lives Upstairs

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Thank you Teo.

The dinosaurs had two brains, but sadly, the one  human brain has become extinct. We have to wait for a new species to emerge, hopefully with at least one functioning brain.

Wisdom, as Aristotle once said: Education is an ornament in prosperity and a refuge in adversity, has long disappeared. Everything is now inside the BOX.


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Thank you for the funny post Teo.

Like Inda mentioned, the human brain is de-evolving.

What is mathematics? I went to a store when the power was out and the cashier could not subtract $1.65 from $2.00.

What is correct spelling? Who can write a letter without the help of a device?

Soon we cannot drive a car or tie a shoe.

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