Marty Fouts wrote:
> While I think that Merkey has a skewed view and an axe to grind, I think
> that the level of optimism on the other side borders on the na´ve.
They are not naive, just young, and the young don't know what they
cannot do yet, and this gives them the ability to achive the impossible
at times -- don't fault them for that.
I have no axe to grind, but I do have a different view. I'm the 1 in 30
million men born with an extra Y chromosone (a double YY), so you are
pertially right there. DOuble YY males have a different brain structure
-- the lymbic system in my brain is so electrically active, it qualifies
as a third brain. Normal humans have two brains, left and right. Like
most double YY's I have three, left, right, lymbic. Fortunately for me,
my frontal lobes are normal and do not exhibit the wiring problems that
afflict 60% of double YY's, such as an uncontrollable urge to take an
axe and chop someone to pieces because they pissed me off.
Famous double YY's of history:
Nostradomos (DNA analysis of remains in his grave)
Jack the Ripper (DNA analysis of 1800's evidence)
My view is different, not skewed...
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