Organ Transplants Cellular Memory Proves Major Organs Have Self-Contained Brains?

June 11, 2013 4:26 PM

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Organ Transplants Cellular Memory Proves Major Organs Have Self-Contained Brains?

Organ transplants cellular memory is a premise which exemplifies that our brain is not the only organ that stores personality traits and memories because major organs may have self-contained brains. This is not a new theory because imaginative writers have already written about this concept in the 17th century, which is long before organ transplants were even believed possible.

In our modern culture, cellular memory was first studied in heart transplant recipients when the patients displayed strange cravings, change in tastes, cravings and mild personality. Major organs like the heart, liver, kidney, and even muscles are known to contain large populations of neural network...

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