Did ted bundy have a deformed brain?

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No. Just today Chris Kennedy, son of Bobby Kennedy, announced he was running for Senator.

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How many children did ted bundy have?

He had one acknowledged child. A daughter born October 1982, to his wife Carole Boone after his incarceration in Florida. It is believed that a guard was bribed to allow private time together as this was not a rare event at the prison. The child's present location is unknown at this time.

Who was the 1st winner of the Ted Williams Award

Frank Thomas from the Chicago White Soxs.

They say that the brain deteriorates as we grow ...

The brain loses volume as we age and that is when age related cogntive decline sets in. It has been well known in rehabilitative psychology that cognitive stimulation helps stengthen synapses and helps up regulate neurotransmitters. However, the brain has its limits. Research also indicates ...

How much of our brain are we using?

I think the consensus is that most of us use %10 or less, and that Einstein and his ilk probably use about %17...but recent findings about "brain plasticity" show why that may be so...it would seem at first that "the balance" is wasted, but it seems to me it's there as a sort of "back up" when areas ...