posted on Mar, 29 2008 @ 07:12 PM
Gotta agree with the posters here. I have a medical background and have worked in several operating rooms over the years so have some experience of
this kind of thing.
Firstly the gloves are wrong. They are not surgeons gloves nor are they the correct fit for the wearer. The loose fit would cause problems with
tactility and using small instruments.
Second, as pointed out above the tools used are incorrect. The 'surgeon' (for lack of a better word) actually uses a pliars (the blue handled
instrument). That above all else clearly demonstrates that this is a hoax.
Third, the lower half of the body is covered. This is not done during an autopsy. The whole body is exposed.
Fourth, again pointed out above, there is only one person working on the body. A mimimum of two persons, one doing the proceedure and one assisting
would be the normal.
Fifth, the way the persons goes to great lengths to examine the head and neck, but no other part of the body, i.e the arms, waist, pelvis and legs.
Also the examination doesnt really examine anything specific. He/or she just moves the head about and pokes and prods the body a bit.
Sixth, autopsy tends to work from the outside layers and work inward. Like was mentioned earlier there are structures removed from under the rib cage
before the ribcage itself. That again is not normal proceedure.
All in all its a really good bit of SFX and filming IMO, however whoever did this spent a lot of dosh on the body but didnt do their research on the
basics such as surgical tools and proceedure. Definately a hoax.