Last week Dr. C. Judson Herrick, University of Chicago neurologist, issued statements anent the brain. There are 9,200,000,000 cells in the human cortex. In the process of thought one of these cells combines with ten others, and so on through a possibility of combinations expressed mathematically as 10 to the 300,000th power.*
An egg-shaped, humped or square head is not necessarily an indication of low brainpower. Many slant heads belong to fine thinkers.
Big feet and big ears indicate an amiable temperament and have some mysterious connection with the brain.
Facial expressions are deceptive.