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And then they die? is highly unlikely (nm)
Sun Jan 8, 2017 1:30pm

  • Yes it does.Poppet, Sun Jan 8 11:10am
    It is, at this point, impossible to rule out re-establishment of previously broken pathways. We lack that level of granularity of observation in assessing brain functions.
    • And then they die? is highly unlikely (nm) — jb, Sun Jan 8 1:30pm
      • I'd argue it's MORE likely.Poppdet, Sun Jan 8 2:45pm
        There would be a greater level of change-of-state in the brain under such circumstances than one would expect under normal conditions: some cells dying while others are still alive, inconsistent... more
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