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Yes -
Sun Aug 7, 2011 3:59pm

Created as a human, he had a human-sized brain with a virtual unlimited learning capacity - he just hadn't yet done the learning.

  • case u have forgottenmatthew, Sun Aug 7 12:57pm
    the so called esteemed "primal man" had an unusually large brain.
    • Yes - — Lewis, Sun Aug 7 3:59pm
      • u know humans cant create matter, mass, energy, space, time, plants, stars, life etc, etc ? at the most they re-arranged some matter eg. making buildings, cars, planes and other toys of... more
        • Oh, all sorts of things.Lewis, Mon Aug 15 7:57am
          Like, for instance, shelter of some sort is nice when it's raining, snowing, or hailing. And a fire is nice when it's cold. And a set of wheels on a cart make carrying the firewood a lot easier. And... more
      • BTW, Matthew -Lewis, Sun Aug 7 10:36pm
        Had any luck yet, finding that human who's any where near having used all of his knowledge storage capacity? How about the drowned polar bear?
        • actually, much of the brain deals withmatthew, Sun Aug 14 1:36pm
          controlling the body functions, only it grows over a certain limit does it start to think abstract thoughts & logic...which causes the whole problem.
          • YepLewis, Tue Aug 16 8:17am
            It was designed and built that way. The original human brain had virtual unlimited learning capacity.
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