Should Science Clone Another Albert Einstein?

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Science

 

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Jimmie M

 

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July 28, 2013

 

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University

 

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Upon Einstein's death in 1955, an autopsy was performed to determine what made Albert different, if he was indeed different at all. Dr. Thomas Harvey, the pathologist who performed the autopsy, cut Einstein's brain into pieces and preserved it in formaldehyde for scientific study. According to Harvey, the overall size of Einstein's brain is unremarkable...
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Dr. Thomas Harvey, the pathologist who performed the autopsy, cut Einstein's brain into pieces and preserved it in formaldehyde for scientific study. According to Harvey, the overall size of Einstein's brain is unremarkable. It actually weighed a third of a pound less than the three-pound average of adult males...
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