Written by Jaggedone
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Topics: Scientists, Brain, Autism

Tuesday, 5 April 2011

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Was he or was he not? Ask those Canadian scientists, they know everything!

A study by a bunch of "nutty" Canadian scientists has proven that the autistic brain functions different, WOW!

The world is so grateful that after all of these years of autistic studies, Dustin Hoffman and others who have similar health disparities have now been defined as having different brains to the others???

Human behaviour, normal and other (?) is normally directed from the brain, even Nero knew that (f++k++g nutter). Parents of autistic children also are quite aware that their sprosslings (German genius) are slightly different than others; not in looks, clothing or hair-styles (Dustins was a bit dodgy though), but in their general behaviour and spasms of brilliance.

It needed some "dotty" scientists to divulge to the world what most people knew anyway; their brains are poled slightly different than the rest.

The writer of this Spoof has just solved Einsteins theory of relativity backwards, sidewards, downwards and upwards and during this immense feat of scientific, mathematical mind-blasting realised also that his brain is slightly different too; hence those strange people in white coats and a straight jacket breaking down his door!

Sorry Dustin, I knew you were only playing around, it was that other one brother, Tom Cruise, who turned out to be the real "Loony"!

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