It actually is my brain. I figure I can remain anonymous here, since most people are unlikely to recognize me by the inside of my brain.
Note the squished cerebellum. This is what a normal cerebellum looks like:
Mine is squished. Here is what Wikipedia says about cerebellum problems:
Recent brain imaging studies using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) show that the cerebellum is important for language processing, selective attention and smooth, co-ordinated movement. Subsequently, patients with cerebellar dysfunction experience problems in speech, walking and balance, and accurate hand and arm movement. The clinical features of a cerebellar lesion can be remembered by using the acronym "DANISH":
* D - dysdiadochokinesia (inability to perform rapidly alternating movements)
* A - ataxia (with a broad-based gait)
* N - nystagmus (with the fast stroke pointing towards the side of the lesion)
* I - intention tremor
* S - staccato, slurred speech
* H - hypotonia
So next time I have trouble focusing on one thing at a time, or trouble doing...you know...doing talking...then I can just remember the cute pastry aconym...even though I don't know what any of those words mean...and hey did anyone see the season finale of Lost? That was awesome.