posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 09:28 PM
Not really one for debunking something unmistakeably an intriguing concept of science, but this video is not of a real "bodiless" dog...
Just as when and if one watches the whole video just shows them with the animal's organs apart from the body working separately.
They showed the heart and lungs "pumping" yet without any electrical stimulus or completion of a circuit to enact such a feat, it was done by a series
of negative pressure pumps.
That in which is completely possible as it is currently very similar to what is done in the medical field today with artificial respirators, heart
pumps etc... However, done with a much more advance method of positive pressure pumps...
However, with the dog's head, just look closely at the dogs head movements and one can obviously see that there is incongruity just in the filming of
it, angle awkward editing, looping etc... let alone the fact if the video and or experiment had been real then there would have been no need for them
to avoid showing the rear part of the head and neck in which the so called "tubes" entered the arteries.
On top of that in order for the dog to move its head the way in which it did when especially the guy hit the hammer, as in the dog's head was pivoting
as on a vertebral axis could not be accomplished if the dog was without neck and shoulder muscles specifically attached to a fixed insertion point...
This was an old fashioned way of marketing and advertisement during that time as theoretical "full body" life support machines...
My favorite part of the video was how they edited out what was in the glass bottle as "citric acid" LOL
edit on 25-2-2011 by Kamesan because:
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