Psychological warfare (on animals)

What do sea lions and Hitler have in common? They are both our enemies, and we have their brains inside a jar so we can study them.

Science is now studying the brain of the California sea lion, so that we can better understand how our foe’s mind works. In fact, we have now mapped the sea lion’s brain. Not surprisingly, most of its thoughts are about eating toddlers, followed closely by thoughts of kelp.

More importantly, we now have the ability to see what chemicals we can put in the water to mess with their heads, even kill them. Science marches on!