From: "Gina Miller" <email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: Gender importance/The differences article Date sent: Sat, 24 Apr 1999 14:21:56 PDT Send reply to: email@example.com
> Do you know where his brain is kept? Or where to look online about it?
> I've tried thru the search engines but couldn't come up with
> anything.(Einsteins brain)
> Gina "nanogirl" Miller
> You wrote:
> > Einstein's brain did (does -- they keep it in a jar) look different
> (under the microscope) than other brains, but perhaps that has to do
> with the way he used it. Sort of like callouses on hard working hands.
> J. R.
His brain differed in having an unusually large proportion of supporting glial cells, which facilitate increased connectivity, for a male; thus, Einstein's brain was atypically feminine.
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