Could alcohol be proven to improve your efficiency?!

Question: Could alcohol be proven to improve your efficiency!?
when herds of buffalo migrate, the herd can only go as fast as the slowest members of the herd!. Lions will always the target the slowest so the more that get eaten, the quicker the herd can travel!. if the slowest are no longer a burdon, then the herd and speed things up a bit!.


theoretically your brain can only go as fast as the slowest brain cells, which could possibly mean that by killing off these really slow brain cells with alcohol!.!.!.!.would in turn mean that the good brain cells could pick up the pace a little more :) therefore making your brain and its efficiency that little bit quicker :P!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.could i be on to something here or have i just drunk far too much beer!?!?Www@FoodAQ@Com

Corvato misses the point with his fast braincell ideas!.Your making a philosophical joke and a very good one too!.
Our perception of what is normal and what is right can be improved by listening to our phyce and our past!.
I hardly drink at all but I'd have one with you
Sometimes before a big tennis match its best to have a small one to calm the nerves especially if Im the underdog!.!.!.at the back of the herdWww@FoodAQ@Com

A funny joke I have heard before!. But on a serious note, research shows that alcohol DOES NOT kill brain cells at all!. Sorry, Charlie!. Other research shows that a beer after physical activity helps to rehydrate the body!. It seems counter intuitive but that is the new science!. No alcohol will not improve your efficiency!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

sound theoretically possible, but when did they invent alcohol that only kills off slow brain cells!?

alcohol is indescriminate, and likely has just as much of a chance of killing off your fast or medium paced cells as often as your slower ones!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Some alcohol actually helps people become smarter, i forget why but its true!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Haha, dude!. It's a good argument!. I'm not sure how true, but still good ;DWww@FoodAQ@Com

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