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With the organs exposed, a series of cuts are made that detach the larynx, esophagus, various arteries and ligaments. Next, the medical examiner severs the organs' attachment to the spinal cord as well as the attachment to the bladder and rectum. Once this is done, the entire organ set can be pulled out in one piece and dissected for further investigation.
Originally posted by Badge01
Too much time is spent 'posing' the figurine as though they are trying to 'sell' the figure as real.
Originally posted by xweaponx
99% of your alien autopsy videos found on youtube are complete fakes.
OTOH, there's a reason that a professional operates the way they do and why they use the correct methodology. It gets results. Of course that's probably a minor point.
Originally posted by yellowbeard
I really don't want to be a debunker, but the tools he is using look like they are the sort of tools that are to be found in the garage or workshop rather than the tools of a surgeon.
Originally posted by GradyPhilpott
I'm not a pathologist, but pathologists can and do use tools one might find in a garage, if that's what it takes to get the job done. Comfort and infection of the "patient" are of no concern.
Yes, I understand that, but I wouldn't want to be the one to try to explain to the P.T.B. why the "alien" appears to be composed of 50% engine oil in it's D.N.A./R.N.A.
Seriously, I think the autopsy would have to be conducted under MORE rigorous conditions than any surgical procedure performed on a human, after all I'm sure there are hundreds of tests the scientists would want to carry out.
(Edited to say, only the top paragraph is the quote, I don't know why it all appeared as a quote)
[edit on 28-3-2008 by yellowbeard]