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Santiago Ramón y Cajal in his early twenties, c. 1870. The father of modern neuroscience (who mapped the anatomy of the neuron and its cells) was also an amateur bodybuilder and gymnast in his youth.
Here he is with a beard, c. 1876. Cajal really gets our neurons firing, if you know what I mean.
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Santiago Ramón y Cajal in his early twenties, c. 1870. The father of modern neuroscience (who mapped the anatomy of the neuron and its cells) was also an amateur bodybuilder and gymnast in his youth.

Here he is with a beard, c. 1876. Cajal really gets our neurons firing, if you know what I mean.

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Hermann Rorschach, c. 1910. This Swiss psychiatrist developed the famous inkblot test that bears his name. We see two horses boxing each other, and one extremely hot Freudian. 
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Hermann Rorschach, c. 1910. This Swiss psychiatrist developed the famous inkblot test that bears his name. We see two horses boxing each other, and one extremely hot Freudian. 

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