Ki-Adi-Mundi Has a Binary Brain Too

I’m not the only one with a binary brain.

The other day my son showed me a page in a Star Wars® book which described a character named Ki-Adi-Mundi, who up until that point we knew as “big brain head.” I read in his bio that he has a binary brain, at which point I exclaimed, “Hey, just like me!” Well, not quite — his is binary in a different sense:

From starwars.com:

“Ki’s most distinguishing physical feature was an enlarged conical cranium that contained a binary brain.”

From wikia.com:

“… his binary brain made him extremely logical and insightful …”

From wikia.com, about his species, Cerean:

“Their enlarged skulls, extending up to twenty centimeters above their foreheads, housed complex binary brains …”

“They had tall tapering heads, which housed large binary brains, enabling them to focus on many things at the same time.”

“The binary structure of Cerean thinking helped them to ponder two sides of an issue at once.”

From another site regarding the Cereans:

“Contained within the skull was a binary brain, which gave a Cerean an advanced capacity for thinking and meditation.”

Well, maybe our brains aren’t that different after all. I wonder if he reads this blog. 🙂

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  1. I say all human brains are binary, through the use of an analog body, and, analog surrondings.

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