Scientists discovered why some aging brains
stay sharp. When aging process naturally worsens the memory, brains concentrate more, which provides daily brain exercise necessary to keep it sharp. The study finds that people with poor memory in their older years are normally sharper than their peers.
Keeping brain young slows the aging process for a whole body and helps to stay young. Brain is divided into two hemispheres - right and left. Most people have one brain hemisphere more active and dominating the other one. Depending on which brain side is dominant, determines many character traits - e.g. almost all "right-brainers" are left handed.
In the light of the above study, exercising brains helps to slow aging, but most people have one brain hemisphere dominant over the other. Can we thus expect that aging process may go unevenly in right and left parts of one's body?
Take the same celebrity (or politician, or otherwise a famous character - from history, movie, paintings, etc.) and VERTICALLY merge left and right parts of the face THE SAME PERSON at different ages - old and young. A good example would be merging right half of Al Pacino's face when he was young (or even a kid) with left half of his current face, or even with his old face in the future. You are welcome to choose either the real photos from younger and older years of your celebrity (then vertically merge the face halves), OR use one face (photo) and make one (vertical) half older or younger.
This contest is a spin-off of our popular Partial Face Transplants contest, which has been published in many magazines including People, Daily Mail, etc.