posted on Nov, 20 2009 @ 12:01 PM
reply to post by SirPaulMuaddib
Ok I am about to hoax this whole thread....
The heart relies on electrochemical-stimulation from the brain in order to function. The beginning of the video where they supposedly have a heart
pumping isolated from the body is complete bull.
You can pump as much blood through a heart as you want but without the electrochemical stimulation from the brain to regulate it, it is never going to
They also fail in showing how oxygen is transferred to the bloodstream. The experiment where they artificially inflate a pair of lungs looks ok, but
their machine would never be able to correctly emulate a pair of lungs.
Not to mention during the experiment on the whole dog when they drained the dog completely how arterial walls would collapse and seal off making it
rather difficult to near impossible to restart them. Besides the fact that all they apparently do is turn on a machine and the dog comes back to life.
It's great for X Files, but in reality if they did that, the dog would remain dead with a bunch of blood coursing through it's veins. They would
have to electrically restart the heart, then hope their is enough brain function left after ten minutes of death to regulate heart functions.