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  [gallery columns="2" ids="231,230"]   By Valentina Ménager Usually, our brains turn into soap as we decompose. Rarely do they turn into glass. This is what happened when Mount Vesuvius erupted over the Italian cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum two thousand years ago, killing thousands of people and permanently...