Monthly Archives: April 2014

Welcome to the (neuronal) jungle.

A man and his young son were apprehended in a robbery. The father was shot during the struggle and the son, in handcuffs was rushed to the police station.

As the police pulled the struggling boy into the station, the mayor, who had been called to the scene, looked up and said “My God, it’s my son!”

The story stared back at an entire roomful of intelligent, mostly second year university students. Continue reading