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Okay, Stick, your challenge is now complete. The Acme Center for Empirical Research has completed a model which demonstrates How The Brain Works both in Theory and in Reality. Here's the video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsRx...ature=youtu.be

The Theoretical side shows the flawed scientific theory that the brain is a machine with multiple interlocking parts which function in a logical and predictable manner.

However, intensive empirical research by the Acme team based on observations of people in all walks of life provided fresh insight into the Reality of how our brains really work. Young or Old, Rich or Poor, Drunk or Sober, all of our brains actually function as shown on the Reality side of this scientific model. In short, the brain is just skateboarding freestyle and any semblance to logic and predictability is merely coincidental.

The Acme Team is pleased to present this breakthrough scientific study in an easy to understand visual representation of How The Brain Really Works.

As usual, full documentation of the build can be found in the attached pdf.
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Wow that really pops with those colors , outstanding work Oliver! I'm just blown away by the detail and work involved . Your a true craftsman
Just went over the build and I wouldn't have a prayer pulling this off .

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Wow that really pops with those colors , outstanding work Oliver! I'm just blown away by the detail and work involved . Your a true craftsman
Just went over the build and I wouldn't have a prayer pulling this off .
Make sure to check out the video, that's where the fun is.

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I'm in awe! You're amazing, Oliver.
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That is a fantastic piece of work. You've gone above and beyond the initial concept and the mouse is so cute
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Make sure to check out the video, that's where the fun is.
I did...
I'm in awe...
wow!!!!

I'll go sit in my corner and be quite now....
you are clearly above my pay grade Mr. Henry sir...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Omg I missed the link for the video . I was hoping it moved and was afraid to say anything lol as I thought that was it .
I'm pretty much in disbelief ! That is way more creative than I thought it was going be . I mean I know your good , but this is practically genuis

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Very fun. The mouse side is definitely my brain especially after a frosty beverage, or two.
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when I read the title I figured Oliver had built me a replacement...

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Ouststanding job Oliver. I still think you should open your own Acme museum.

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