>> New laser method reveals high-density information storage in the brain
>> Using a new method of infrared-guided laser stimulation, researchers
>> at the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry in Munich/Germany have
>> discovered that information can be stored in the brain with very high
>> spatial density on the surface of every single neuron (Science 1
>> October 1999).... <blah blah blah>
Well hey, we already know that every neuron is a super-computer. You know, vibrating quantum shit and whatever. Pitts-McCulloch is _so_ 1943. We've just got to find the neuron with the little homunculus-guy inside and we're all set.
But anyway - can't talk now. My C program is misbehaving. I've got to take my PC apart with an electron microscope to figure out what's gone wrong.