So if you have an extra $9.99 lying around and you wanted to explore Albert Einstein's brain for yourself, now you can do it on the iPad.

One of the greatest minds of the 20th century is now accessible to be viewed by scientists to see how the genius' mind actually worked, and how it compares to your average everyday dum-dum like myself.

And people say I have a lot of time on my hands.

A medical museum under development in Chicago obtained funding to scan and digitize nearly 350 fragile and priceless slides made from slices of Einstein's brain after his death in 1955. The application will allow researchers and novices to peer into the eccentric Nobel winner's brain as if they were looking through a microscope.

$9.99 for one of the greatest minds in the world? No thanks. Ooh, just found a new Angry Birds app. Mmm, stupidity.