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The risk of extrapolation in neuroanatomy
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RE: The risk of extrapolation in neuroanatomy
10-08-2009 3:51 PM

Ya know, when we go to get glasses or get a hearing test we see those charts on the wall detailing all the little parts of the eye or ear. It ocurs to me that unless we have serious problems with our sense of smell or perhaps taste, the average person would never see a diagram detailing the inner working of the nose. Sinuses maybe if we have problems there, the structure of the nose if we consider cosmetic surgery or have an injury, but never how the nose actually smells things. It's surely as complicated and unique as telling red from square or the sound of a bad muffler from the rustle of leaves.

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RE: The risk of extrapolation in neuroanatomy - renny - 10-08-2009 3:51 PM

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