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      Vietnam man handles three decades without sleep

      Maybe you seen this maybe not http://www.thanhniennews.com/features/?cat...10&newsid=12673 no Ld for hIM (^_^)

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      man thats really weird. I thought the brain needs sleep to repair or recover itself. If it wasn't unhealthy, humans just wouldn't need sleep at all.

      And that dude didn't have a dream in a looooong time :0

      and, he must have lots of free time ^_^
      “What a peculiar privilege has this little agitation of the brain which we call 'thought'” -Hume

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      Wow. There have been cases in which people died from too little sleep, and I thought that this specticle wuld bring terrible health. I wonder if he rests, or has long periods of time in which his brain is resting.

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      Wow. That's absolutely crazy. I didn't know that was possible.
      Shine on, you crazy diamond!

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      Originally posted by WebMD
      Feb. 9, 2000 (Atlanta) -- A sleepy person's brain works harder -- and accomplishes less. A study using real-time, state-of-the-art imaging shows that sleep deprivation has dramatic effects on the brain and how well it performs.

      Researchers expected to find only sluggish activity in the brains of healthy young people who took a simple word test after staying awake for 35 hours. They found instead that while parts of the sleep-deprived brains churned with activity during the test, another part of the brain -- the language center -- shut down.

      "Sleep deprivation is bad for your brain when you are trying to do high-level [thinking] tasks," study co-author J. Christian Gillin, MD, tells WebMD. "It may have serious consequences both on performance and on the way your brain functions."
      Thank you WebMD.
      I looked for probably a half hour, and just found the same, redundent, thing.

      Anyway, I know the answer...
      I'll hang out of a helicopter like those guys in the National Geographic vidoes they made you watch in biology. BAM down for the count...
      I may not be the tallest, the fastest or the strongest, but
      I ain't scared.

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      I don't see how 50 beers and a few liters of wodka shouldn't be able to put this man down...or an elephant for that matter
      “What a peculiar privilege has this little agitation of the brain which we call 'thought'” -Hume

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      That would put down a dinosaur...
      But the probable alcohol poisining afterward would suck.
      I may not be the tallest, the fastest or the strongest, but
      I ain't scared.

      98% of the teenage population does or has tried smoking pot. If you're one of the 2% who hasn't, copy & paste this into your signature line.

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