„Have you heard this one, Psycho? How do a blonde's brain cells die? [… A] blonde's brain cells die alone.“

Jacob Black to Rosalie Hale, p. 324
Twilight series, Breaking Dawn (2008)

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Stephenie Meyer
US-amerikanische Jugendbuchautorin und Filmproduzentin 1973

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„Did you know that if you removed all nerve cells from your brain and laid them out end-to-end in a straight line, you would die?“

—  Johannes Grenzfurthner Austrian artist, writer, curator, and theatre and film director 1975

from documentary Traceroute

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„The "laws of thought" depend not only on the property of brain cells, but also on how they are connected.“

—  Marvin Minsky, buch Society of Mind

Quelle: The Society of Mind (1987), Ch.2
Kontext: The "laws of thought" depend not only on the property of brain cells, but also on how they are connected. And these connections are established not by the basic, "general" laws of physics... To be sure, "general" laws apply to everything. But, for that very reason, they can rarely explain anything in particular.... Each higher level of description must add to our knowledge about lower levels.

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„I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living.“

—  Dr. Seuss American children's writer and illustrator, co-founder of Beginner Books 1904 - 1991

Variante: I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells.

Rick Riordan Foto

„It’s not until they tell you you’re going to die soon that you realize how short life is. Time is the most valuable thing in life because it never comes back. And whether you spend it in the arms of a loved one or alone in a prison-cell, life is what you make of it. Dream big.“

—  Stefán Karl Stefánsson Icelandic actor 1975 - 2018

Twitter post (10 March 2018), as quoted in "LazyTown’s Stefan Karl Stefansson confirms ‘inoperable’ cancer has returned" https://metro.co.uk/2018/03/16/lazytowns-stefan-karl-stefansson-confirms-inoperable-cancer-returned-7392066/ (16 March 2018), by Emma Kelly, Metro

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„The brain is the last and grandest biological frontier, the most complex thing we have yet discovered in our universe. It contains hundreds of billions of cells interlinked through trillions of connections. The brain boggles the mind.“

—  James D. Watson American molecular biologist, geneticist, and zoologist. 1928

1990s
Quelle: Foreword for Discovering the Brain (1992) by Sandra Ackerman, p. iii; often paraphrased: "The brain is the most complex thing we have yet discovered in our universe."

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„Nonsense wakes up the brain cells. And it helps develop a sense of humor, which is awfully important in this day and age.“

—  Dr. Seuss American children's writer and illustrator, co-founder of Beginner Books 1904 - 1991

As quoted in "Author Isn't Just a Cat in the Hat" by Miles Corwin in The Los Angeles Times (27 November 1983); also in Dr. Seuss: American Icon (2004) by Philip Nel, p. 38
Kontext: Nonsense wakes up the brain cells. And it helps develop a sense of humor, which is awfully important in this day and age. Humor has a tremendous place in this sordid world. It's more than just a matter of laughing. If you can see things out of whack, then you can see how things can be in whack.

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„How if Space is really full of things we cannot see and as yet do not know? How if all animals and some savages have a cell in their brain or a nerve which responds to the invisible world? How if all Space be full of these landmarks, not material in our sense, but quite real?“

—  John Buchan British politician 1875 - 1940

Space (1912)
Kontext: How if Space is really full of things we cannot see and as yet do not know? How if all animals and some savages have a cell in their brain or a nerve which responds to the invisible world? How if all Space be full of these landmarks, not material in our sense, but quite real? A dog barks at nothing, a wild beast makes an aimless circuit. Why? Perhaps because Space is made up of corridors and alleys, ways to travel and things to shun? For all we know, to a greater intelligence than ours the top of Mont Blanc may be as crowded as Piccadilly Circus.

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„this will become the size of blood cells and we will be able to put intelligence inside of our bodies and brains to keep ourselves healthier.“

—  Ray Kurzweil Author, scientist, inventor, and futurist 1948

Futurist Ray Kurweil Bring Dead Father Back to Life http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/futurist-ray-kurzweil-bring-dead-father-back-life/story?id14267712 (2011)

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„Beauty, brains, and a complete psycho. My dream girl.“

—  Rene Balcer screenwriter, producer and director 1954

Det. Mike Logan in Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
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