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  1. #1 can we cut human body in three symetrical pieces? 
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    If No then I am not concerned.

    But If Yes then kindly tell me which of our brain (left or right) will control middle/third piece of our body.

    Our body can be cut into upside down formations or cut it like fish etc.

    normally our left brain controls our right side and right brain controls left side.

    (It is surely fifth grade science)


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    The body is (roughly) bilaterally symmetrical and can only be cut into two equal parts (otherwise you would have three arms, legs, eyes, ears, etc).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange View Post
    The body is (roughly) bilaterally symmetrical and can only be cut into two equal parts (otherwise you would have three arms, legs, eyes, ears, etc).
    it means NO.
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    Yes

    (I mean, yes it does mean no!)
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    Well, not and live. Since that's no longer relevant, and the brain will be dead, as well as the body, you can cut it into as many equal pieces as you like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeteorWayne View Post
    Well, not and live. Since that's no longer relevant, and the brain will be dead, as well as the body, you can cut it into as many equal pieces as you like.
    oh I didnt think of this!?

    Sir you had to think differently. like seperate all organs of body from skin to heart to liver to lungs and cut them all in three equall parts (by Weight , not by mass) , basic assumption is this that inspite of all this cutting body remains alive and healty. (very weird assumption).

    sir now answer me about my question which brain (leftor right) will actually control third/middle part of our body! it is very weird to think in such destructive terms. after all this cutting , i think the notion of left or right parts of body vanish or become invalid fully. yet i make such anti-assumption that all remain Ceteris paribus (sorry for this)
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    It wouldnt work due to the human body having bilateral symmetry. We would need trilateral symmetry or radial symmetry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    It wouldnt work due to the human body having bilateral symmetry. We would need trilateral symmetry or radial symmetry.
    I knew it, but i was considering my imaginative possibility.

    Now I think it is not scientifically/medically/anatomically possible.

    SORRY to all members.
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    Symmetrical pieces! definitely not. Human body can be divided into two symmetrical pieces not three as we have two hands, two feet, two eyes etc and not three. It might be irrelevant here but it should be kept in mind that absolute symmetry doesn't exist for human body. Internal structures of the body e.g the gastrointestinal tract, is not symmetrical even for two pieces of the body.
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