first glance under the microscope, we thought we were looking at a tumor,
but under a closer look, we found cerebral material developing within
the new growth."
Scientists Find Certain
pod development is much more pronounced in girls whose mother's created
the 'valley girl syndrome' or VGS (pronounced VIGS; rhymes with the word
figs), which was a Southern California phenomenon in the seventies."
|CN. HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL. Two
Harvard Neurologists have been elected to receive the Nobel Prize in medicine. The two
neurologists, Dr. Betty Ling and Dr. Scott Meinstein, have found what their colleagues
thought was impossible: the development of new cerebral (brain) pods along the spine.
Dr. Meinstein states "surgeons have been removing these organs for the past ten years, thinking them to be tumors. Our discovery came about when Betty and I were doing our studies in pathology. At first glance under the microscope, we thought we were looking at a tumor, but under a closer look, we found cerebral material developing within the new growth."
|CN asked Dr. Ling if this was a global evolutionary development in the human species. Dr. Ling stated "I wouldn't call it evolution in a scholarly sense. This is a very new development within a certain group of females. It seems to develop only in cute girls who vocabulary mainly consists of five word phrases. These word phrases are: 'awesome, like ya know, meet ya at the mall, dude and whatever.' The words are consistent with the phenomenon called 'valley girl.' Brain pod development is much more pronounced in girls whose mother's created the 'valley girl syndrome' or VGS (pronounced VIGS; rhymes with the word figs), which was a Southern California phenomenon in the seventies."|
X-Rays showing new brain development.
|The big question put to both doctors is: why is this happening?
"It's the old proverb that says: use it or lose it," says Dr. Ling. "Women
who are developing spinal brain pods are experiencing chronic learning disabilities. The
brain pods are developing to take care of normal motor functioning; functions that are
usually handled in the lower brain and brainstem. Of course most of our subjects who have
spinal brain pods could care less about learning. They are mostly interested in having sex
with celebrities and rock stars, although some seem to exhibit an uncanny ability to get
jobs as sales clerks in shopping malls."
CN asked if spinal brain pod development was similar to the two brain theory of large dinosaurs; one for operating the upper part of the body and one for the lower body. Dr Meinstein answered "No. The latest findings in paleontology state that lower brains did not exist. This notion was based on the observation of a greatly enlarged space for the spinal chord, located directly above the pelvis, and also a somewhat smaller enlargement over the forelimbs. Recent study, however, has shown that many other animals also have these sacral enlargements, including birds and the huge sauropod dinosaurs (including Brachiosaurus and Mamenchisaurus). As it turns out, this enlargement did not house a "brain," but rather surrounded a glycogen body, which is a very birdlike trait. The spinal brain pods are a definite new development in animals."
Dr. Ling summed things up: "This may, in the long run, help women with VGS. Since spinal brain pods will take over basic motor functioning, the upper brain may start to exhibit more complex behavior. We have already heard some females with brain pods saying things such as "it's all relative" and "does my skirt match my top" suggesting spatial recognition.
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