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For a man who never actually donated his brain to science, Albert Einsteinís grey matter sure does get around a lot. Obsessed with the late, greatís genius, as everyone of his day was, Princeton Hospital pathologist Thomas Harvey removed Einsteinís organ during an autopsy in 1955 without permission, and proceeded to slice it up into more than 200 cubes and slivers, preserve these in formaldehyde, then take them home. He lost his job after refusing to give the specimens up, despite getting permission from Einsteinís son retrospectively.
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