Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Smaller gangly cortex in Red Sox players!

CAMBRIDGE, MA--In a study published today in the prestigious journal Nature, Harvard professor Dr. Thomas Jacobson, an expert in the field of physical neuroscience, finds that the gangly cortex, the area of the brain associated with stumbling, fumbling, and general klutziness, is smaller in members of the Red Sox sports team than in other major league baseball players.

Aaron Swartz is a genius! Read this "news story"! Don't forget to read all the way down, where he points to similar studies.


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