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Pinky and The Brain (Sans Pinky)

The Alternative Intelligent Mouse Project
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Open up the skull of a mouse, graft a bunch of other mouse brains on, Inject stem cells & recap

1. This may not work

2. But at least it won't take long to find that out

Though if it does it'll be interesting to see if it gets any more intelligent or any of the others memories

Skewed, Jun 22 2016

The Intelligent Mouse Project The_20Intelligent_20Mouse_20Project
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Of mice... and men. http://www.cnet.com...lls-become-smarter/
I will hug him and pet him and call him George. [2 fries shy of a happy meal, Jun 23 2016]

Flowers for Algernon http://www.sdfo.org...wersforalgernon.pdf
A story partly about how a smarter-than-average rodent got that way. [Vernon, Jun 23 2016]

For Max, you did ask. http://www.cbc.ca/c...of-each-others-eyes
The Hogan Twins [Skewed, Nov 15 2017]

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       [gets a big bowl to hold all the fish bones from outraged lovers of all things fluffy]
Skewed, Jun 22 2016
  

       You could volunteer.
xenzag, Jun 23 2016
  

       if the mouse trials prove successful I might be tempted - the idea of picking up new skills or languages without having to learn them is appealing   

       plus of course I could make a fortune touring as the man with two brains ;D
Skewed, Jun 23 2016
  

       // of course I... //   

       We might be more appropriate after the operation of course but people may find it less confusing if we continue to refer to ourselves as I
Skewed, Jun 23 2016
  

       Good luck with your new career as a performing mouse. (I'd keep clear of cats if I was you)
xenzag, Jun 23 2016
  

       // performing mouse //   

       my body, my brain & another, I was thinking it would be a persons - so no performing mouse - but the first hand memory of something other than a person might be interesting, perhaps not a mouse though
Skewed, Jun 23 2016
  

       No. But then again, maybe.
blissmiss, Jun 23 2016
  

       // we continue to refer to ourselves as I //   

       We have prior art there, so best stick to the singular.
8th of 7, Jun 23 2016
  

       No relation to Pinky and Brains in the Laundry files?
not_morrison_rm, Jun 23 2016
  

       Craniopagus conjoined twins share a cranium (and sometimes share vital cerebral blood vessels). I wonder if there are any cases where brain tissue itself is either shared or in intimate contact and, if so, what happens to thoughts.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 23 2016
  

       //where brain tissue itself is either shared or in intimate contact and, if so, what happens to thoughts.   

       Well, in Borg it seems to revolve about things getting blown up.
not_morrison_rm, Jun 25 2016
  

       // where brain tissue itself is either shared or in intimate contact and, if so, what happens to thoughts //   

       A link for you Max (it seems yes there is a natural example of this & that they share both sensory stimuli & (in some fashion) thoughts).
Skewed, Nov 15 2017
  
      
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