posted on Oct, 15 2003 @ 12:05 AM
I just finished reading a book titled The Day After Tommorow
, by Allan Folsom. It's about this Nazi conspiracy that involves a series of
murders involving decapitated heads/bodies. In the end, it reveals that the Nazis were cutting off the heads and reattaching them to other bodies in
temperatures not far from absolute zero.
In case if you don't know, absolute zero is the coldest temperature possible. If you have a basic knowledge of physics, you know that the hotter
something is, the faster the molecules vibrate. Well, vice-versa applies, the colder something is, the slower teh molecules vibrate. Absolute zero is
when all the molecules are perfectly still., motionless. Perfect molecular alignment. Theoretically, it's impossible to reach absolute zero,
according to the laws of quantum mechanics, but I won't get into that because even I don't understand it completely. However, scientists have
reached a temperature a few billionsths of a degree above that.
Since the molocules are prefectly still, it wouldn't be that hard to seamlessly integrate a head onto another body. Pretty scary concept huh?
I'm not sure if the body will "accept" the head as a part of it, as with patients who get transplants. Anyone else know more about this?