It'll give you all something to chew on while I'm in SF.
http://protoncharging.com/gb/2008/02/17 ... ve-worked/
boomerjinks wrote:This is a logical conclusion, albeit one that I would bet my life savings the writers most definitely never had in mind.I have another one - I'll get to it soon.
Over-thinking at it's finest. Thanks for the good read!
Zack wrote:Venkman's line was inspired by a bizarre, but thwarted, experiment by John Lilly-a prominent researcher in dolphin communication-who seriously proposed drilling a hole in his head to test some higher brain function. Harold Ramis, who wrote the line piggy-backed on it during the take by responding: "That would worked if you hadn't stopped me."You're a total know-it-all, Zack, but that's alright because I have a brain like a sieve. Without guys like you around, I'd be lost - I must confess that I haven't diligently read Making Ghostbusters, so I'm not surprised it was covered. Which is totally cool, as it means I'm not totally crazy. Though it's really strange that they used it from a guy trying to talk to dolphins - it definitely means that they didn't expect Egon to be doing it for the energy burst or the high, and more for psychic powers (or as he would see it, unlocking higher brain functions.)
Not trying to be a "know-it-all" or anything like that. Just thought people had read that. I know not everyone has the book but I believe most of the stuff in the book was in the "Tricks and Trivia" subtitles on the movie. Though this DEFINETLY elaborates on it a lot more.
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