(urth) Alzabo elixir not so far-fetched?

Gerry Quinn gerry at bindweed.com
Sun Jul 14 07:06:32 PDT 2013

From: David Stockhoff

> I assume the connection would be that memories traditionally considered to 
> be stored on the brain were in this case stored elsewhere in the body. 
> That seems to be a key Wolfean conceit and one presumably necessary for 
> the alzabo effect, unless the animal always eats the brain before it 
> mimics its dead prey. However, there may be other ways to explain this 
> behavior in planaria.

Exactly.  You can't predict alien super-science without joining the dots a 

- Gerry Quinn 

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