In the mid-1970’s, an icebound Neanderthal from the Paleolithic era was discovered in the Arctic. The early humanoid had succumbed to the frozen wasteland’s unrelenting cold and was encased in a block of ice more than 25 feet thick. After being thawed and put through rigorous tests, it was discovered that the brain was miraculously intact and still functioned. Frostbite destroyed tissue throughout the body, but the uncanny brain had not surrendered to the frost. The brain was removed and placed in a container with liquid 245-Trioxin. This chemical will help ensure the longevity of brain waves for years to come.