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Posted by Luis Hamburgh on October 21, 2001 20:52:07 UTC

Somewhere I've seen that all cells regenerate many thousands (if not millions) of times in a person's lifetime.

(Maybe the medical doctor floating around here lately can tell us if this is an apocryphal account of cellular activity.)

If this regeneration model is accurate, then we all have different brains at different points in our lifetimes.

-LH

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