Cavity Quotes (3 quotes)
Neither the absolute nor the relative size of the brain can be used to measure the degree of mental ability in animal or in man. So far as man is concerned, the weights of the brains or the volumes of the cranial cavities of a hundred celebrities of all branches of knowledge all over the world have been listed. At the bottom of those lists are Gall, the famous phrenologist, Anatole France, the French novelist, and Gambetta, the French statesman, each with about 1,100 cc brain mass. The lists are topped by Dean Jonathan Swift, the English writer, Lord Byron, the English poet, and Turgenev, the Russian novelist, all with about 2,000 cc Now our mental test! Had Turgenev really twice the mental ability of Anatole France?
The heart in all animals has cavities inside it . The largest of all the three chambers is on the right and highest up; the least is on the left; and the medium one lies in between the other two.
The heart is an exceedingly strong muscle. It contains two separate cavities.