If you were going to live one part of you body to science for the purpose....

United States
July 23, 2008 3:56pm CST
Einstein left behind his brain and his eyeballs. Beethoven left behind his ear bones. If you were going to leave one part of you body to science for the purpose learning something new or making a discovery that would help others, which part or organ of your body would you leave behind, and why? I would leave my hands. I have done quite few things with these hands, and I have accomplished those tasks in a fast manner.
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• Canada
23 Jul 08
I would definitely leave my brain behind. I have Aspergers syndrome, and I would hope that people would e able to learn from my brain, and maye help ohers with Aspergers. Medical science is doing some grea things. I think it would be a great idea if we all left something to science. It's not like we're going to need it in the grave.
@anawar (2406)
• United States
23 Jul 08
Sorry to intrude dansihcanadian. Do you mind telling me what Aspergers syndrome is? I'm not prying, I like to understand things. Okay?
• United States
23 Jul 08
I am sure it will be a helpful donation. You are right. We don't need these parts in the grave.
@jer31558 (3683)
• United States
24 Jul 08
I think that I would leave my brain. I would like for there to be more research into what makes people think the way that they do.
• United States
24 Jul 08
We thank you for your brain...
@toddsarm (766)
• Canada
23 Jul 08
any part of my body thay need
• United States
24 Jul 08
That is very kind.
23 Jul 08
i'm quite happy to let them take what the want, my doner card pretty much states take the lot. i've got very pretty (so i'm told) eyes, but they don't work very well and are apparantly unusal shape? so they might be worth looking at lol
• United States
23 Jul 08
lol........that is so cute...I think they are really going to take a look at those eyes!