Scientists have made a breakthrough in research increasing brain activity and memory. They have created Hobbie-J, the world’s smartest rat. Hobbie-j is the result of a sinister organization known NIMH. Ok, it is less sinister when spelled out: U.S. National Institute of Mental Health.
Hobbie-J can remember things 300 percent more than an ordinary rat due to modifying a single gene.
This could either promise huge increases in human intelligence or a race of super rat overlords who will use us as slave cheese makers and cat killers. I want to go on record that the Turley blog will continue its policy of surrendering to any new animal overlords that demand slavish allegiance, here, here, here and here. I just wish someone would tell us whom to surrender to.
Hobbie-J can perform amazing analytical tasks due to the overexpression of the gene NR2B. One only has to compare this performance to the recent Larry King/Carrie Prejean interview to see the inevitable domination of rodent overlords.
For a glimpse into our future, here is a video from the Nimh labs:
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Mike S. and FFLEO,
I found this and thought you might both be interested in reading it:
Buddha Is Laughing,
Not only do some eat their own scat, dogs can clean out all the almond roca in a cat box. In their defense, I’ve never heard of a seeing eye cat. And, according to…
…there are only two animals on Earth that -naturally- follow a pointed finger; humans and dogs.
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