P.S. -- Although it's good for us, the dog doesn't seem to be all to pleased with this cruel and unusual experiment...
Slightly creepy, yes, but quite amazing and could mean so much for medical science in the future.
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And my words have been found.Don Cobra wrote: Creepy, frightening, nightmare-inducing. I don't know about you, but I don't want anybody to do that to me, ever.
As for the picture of the dog itself, yeah I agree whole-heartedly that it looks more than a little miffed. But then again, it also looks a bit more like a wolf than any breed I'm familiar with.
Eugh. I still wouldn't want any of these animals ever released out of the labs, though. Just because there's no brain damage doesn't mean that there aren't other unwanted side effects.
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This is impossible because the most important part from any living creature is the brain, and after 3 hrs without oxygen. whew! Impossible. They have come with such lies on these articles that sometimes they make you laugh and cry at the same time.
The brain can only survive 15 minutes without oxygen at max, and if the creature is brought back to life, it would have some serious damage; making it impossible to move certain limbs or to talk in some cases(if a human is involed), now 3 hrs heh! they must be kitting to see if we swallow their lies.
Now in the future it can be possible, but only if they isolate the brain in a oxigen feeding machine in order to keep it alive for a new body to put in on.
Anyways we are still too far from that future, so sad isn't it?
Closest I can find is http://www.merginet.com/clinical/trauma ... mation.cfm which cites a reference from The Journal of Trauma (http://www.jtrauma.com), which can't be accessed without an account. There's also an article at http://www.ccmjournal.com/pt/re/ccm/abs ... 31!9001!-1 which sites an aritcle from The Journal of Critical Care Medicine, the website fo which looks suspiciously similar to the journal of trauma (http://www.ccmjournal.com).
I dunno if I believe it or not. But I'd love it to be true
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PROF. FARNSWORTH: Know ye now what it feels like to be dog-god!
I'm surprised I'm the first one to post that.
So, yeah, anyway. That's pretty creepy. The question is "Why?" Has Terry Schiavo taught us nothing?