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The Pink Planarians

Bubble, bubble, SCUBA trouble …
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A series of movies whos lead character is the bumbling and incompetent Inspector Jaques Cousteau, who consistenty fails to solve underwater crime in a variety of amusing ways.
8th of 7, May 03 2016

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       Next up in the series, Les Panthères Terribles, in which Jean Cocteau bumbles about writing avant-garde fiction in the politically charged climate of mid-20th Century Europe whilst performing slapstick tomfoolery.
zen_tom, May 03 2016
  

       Interestingly, if you cut the head off a planarian and allow both pieces to regenerate, both the new planaria retain the same memories as the original one. Whether this would work for accountants or HR staff is one of science's burning unanswered questions.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 03 2016
  

       It's worth trying. Of course, you'd need a statistically significant sample ... maybe 500,000 for the initial trial ?
8th of 7, May 03 2016
  

       8th, wait! have you thought this through, please... imagine the risk of ending up with 2 x 500,000 HR or finance worms. Sad face.
bhumphrys, May 03 2016
  

       The trial specimens would of course all have to be euthanased at the end of the trial, for humanitarian reasons.   

       Or indeed as soon as convenient.
8th of 7, May 03 2016
  
      
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