Say you were to implement in the cranium, a series of baffles (similar to the system used in an airplane, to prevent the fuel from sloshing around). And arrange them in such a way as to partition the skull, and subsequently the brain inside, in a number of smaller spaces (separated by relatively rigid membranes). Thereby reducing the overall potential inertial energy available in the contained "fluid" in this case the brain... so that if ever the head is subjected to blunt force trauma, the "sloshing effect" would be greatly reduced if not cancelled completely.
^ an image ^ of the inside of a fuel tank showcasing a series of perforated baffles designed to reduce the movement "sloshing" of the fuel.
Assuming that the separation does not sever synapses (rendering you brain damaged), and being done with some sort of nano-technology, or some such.
Would it be possible, or at least plausible, that this could work?
The purpose of this question is to discover a method that can prevent concussion, brain bruising... liquefying... or at least theorize a plausible futuristic method.
I mean, if I was Wolverine and had this anti-concussion stuff, then I could be shot in the head with a bazooka. And assuming the rocket wasn't tipped with Adamantium, then I wouldn't be fazed, and my brain would be chill as a cucumber :D