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The Centrifuge Brain Project by Till Nowak Trials Impossible Rides

 - Feb 17, 2013
References: framebox & thisiscolossal
The Centrifuge Brain Project by Till Nowak is one of the most hilarious mockumentaries I have seen, poking humor at ridiculous science research techniques. The plot features Dr. Nick Laslowicz from Institue for Centrifugal Research (ICR,) a fictitious cognitive researcher experimenting with impossible amusement park rides to enhance learning capacities and brain activity.

Researcher’s most groundbreaking finding is that "gravity is a mistake." Based on this finding he tries to find ways to leverage brain manipulations by creating excessive G-Force and prenatal simulations all by the use of incredulous roller coaster rides.  The roller coaster rides, some lasting up to 14 hours, seem to be working for some of the participants, allowing them to contemplate on past experiences and mutilating neural circuits. Dr. Laslowicz still has a long way to go in order to fulfill this destiny.