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    Default If you could switch brains with someone, who would you switch with?

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    I would switch with a spanish transgendered nun

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    If I switch brains, won't I stop being me and instead it'll be like I switched bodies instead?

    This is perplexing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    If I switch brains, won't I stop being me and instead it'll be like I switched bodies instead?
    yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    If I switch brains, won't I stop being me and instead it'll be like I switched bodies instead?

    This is perplexing.
    That's what I was thinking. It would be different because you would have the same CNS though. Perplexing. Switching bodies is harder to grasp as a concept. How would you experience the body? Conscious of their consciousness? Like you are riding them? Switching brains would be more of a merging of the body and new brain.

    Anyway... I should really have breakfast.

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    I would switch my brain into a 20 year old fit and healthy heavily trained body, so I can procrastinate without feeling like I've done a disservice to my body through inactivity due to someone elses hard work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    I would switch my brain into a 20 year old fit and healthy heavily trained body, so I can procrastinate without feeling like I've done a disservice to my body through inactivity due to someone elses hard work.
    You can't do that, because the question is Whose brain? You could choose a person that loves training I guess. Not my brain though. I like my brain.

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