Yes, include the brain's owner's personality, conscience and knowledge. Short answer no... Long answer, there are memory rifts associated with brain transplants. These are not commonly reported or well understood, however, they can be traumatic experiences for those who experience them. In these episodes a person can experience transfer of memories or even resurgence of personality traits of the previous brain owner. In one 1993 neurological association funded study, a brain transplant resulted in complete lost of the test subject's self. They effectively transplanted the donor into a new body. So to answer your question, you will probably not gain knowledge by a brain transplant. If you do, there is the chance that along with knowledge will also come everything else...
she is the dumbest person in the whole wide world
Well everyone is going to have their own opinions on this. I think people that are too beautiful (and they know it) and people that are too smart (and they know it) are bigheaded.
he is so smart he is not dumb at all why would u ask such a question....he also is the best person on earth
Is there difference between smart and intelligent?
No, brain size doesn't matter how smart you are.
To "brain" someone means to hit them over the head really hard."A brain" is a really smart person.
By their awesomeness and smart ness and how big their skill is unless it's filled with air...
i don't know but your smart enough to write the question so figure it out
All dolphins are smart they have a bigger brain
you drink water.
Because she had a brain.
Ted was a person that needed medical attention since his early days. Instead, he thought he was a smart person. When he was caught by a stupid mistake by overspeeding, he defended himself in court, which is a stupid thing to do, but anyways he really thought he was smart and never declared a crazy brain.
Big Brained (or smart)
the answer is in the morning
yes she is very smart!!!!!!!!!!!!!