Saturday, December 27, 2008

Mapping the Female Brain

December 27, 2008
Los Angeles

Recent Developments in the Cognitive Mapping of the Female Brain

It has long been suspected by neuroscientists that the connections, linkages, synapses, and overall structure of the female brain are more complex than those of the male brain. Laboratories around the country have been humming for months as the sense that something big is just over the horizon and is ready to coalesce at any time; therefore, all scientific laborotaries involved in brain research are vying to be the first to produce a complete schematic of the female brain.

One such schematic already had been tentively prepared at the Lawrence Livermore reseach facilities by the sea in Tajiti. However, the scattered nature of the points on the graph made it impossible to reproduce here. We will continue to try.

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