- ...by the surgical technique developed by drs. strauss and nemur must be viewed as having little or no practical applicability (at the present time) to the increase of human intelligence. as i review the records and data on algernon, i see that although he is still in his physical infancy, he has regressed mentally. motor activity is impaired; there is a general reduction of glandular activity; there is an accelerated loss of co-ordination. there are also strong indications of progressive...4 -- June (25% in)
- ...is accepted by the world. i believe that dr. nemur was afraid of further delay because he worried that someone else might make a discovery along these lines and take the credit from him. dr. strauss on the other hand might be called a genius, although i feel that his areas of knowledge are too limited. he was educated in the tradition of narrow specialization; the broader aspects of background were neglected far more than necessary—even for a neurosurgeon. i was shocked to learn that...3 -- May (14% in)
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