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I Can Not Deceive Myself Well.

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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on July 5, 2002 22:05:46 UTC

My Dear carefuluniverse,
I can not deceive myself well. I am incapable agreeing with my understanding of what you may be implying here:

If muscles and neurons were to have a will of their own, or be the will it self, then they may have a brain of their own and they should be able to grow independently from other members of the body. So the tail of a lizard should be able to generate a lizard attached to the dropped off tail of the same lizard?

Is my understanding correct? Please explain with an example.

Thank you & Best Regards,

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