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November 30, 2021


Poop transplant rejuvenates brain of old mice

(Thanks to many people)


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Um .. some scientists are busy poking elderly rodents in their bum to transplant, and then repeatedly test, their poop .. proving they give a rat's a$$.

Besides keeping the mind sharp with intellectual activities like playing chess or reading ZME Science, one particularly outlandish method could prove to be transplanting fecal matter from younger individuals. This is not satire.

Which is another way of saying ISIANMTU, right?

I think the folks in Washington got the stuff transplanted to the wrong part of the body.

Just another in a long list of shit4brains ideas from science. Way to go, scientists!

Mickey's getting up there, so this is coming just in time.

When we were told that Ponce De Leon was seeking the fountain of youth, this was not what we envisioned. Perhaps the brown river he found was the ‘fountain’ after all.

One senses that mind altering drugs are regularly used by research scientists.

S#!t-for-brains used to be an insult. Now it's a course of treatment.

I'm not a conspiracy theorist, but I believe Black Ops, scientists have likely been secretly implanting poop into politicians' brains for decades. Possibly, to see what happens medically, but most likely just for the hell of it.

I don't take crap from anyone.

I have a lot of experience with amphibians.

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