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Bill Nye's lecture is all about our brain which physically understands the words we see and hear. It controls our heart, our oxygen, our body temperature, and even our stomach. Our brain ... See full summary »

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Bill Nye's lecture is all about our brain which physically understands the words we see and hear. It controls our heart, our oxygen, our body temperature, and even our stomach. Our brain smells, sees, thinks, moves, and remembers all kinds of things all the time as long as it operates everyday. Written by Anonymous

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29 October 1994 (USA)  »

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Whatta Brain
Performed by En Lobe
Parody of "Whatta Man" by En Vogue with Salt-N-Pepa
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