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I was taught the brain control's all functions of the body.
Originally posted by crazydaisy
This has got to be a Hoax - a real experiement such as this would not choose a pet dog as a test subject. It would be another type wild animal. Who ever did this or is trying to make it look like they did this is very sick!
Originally posted by IIIiIIIIIIiIII
Experiments like these are the boundary-pushing keys that are unlocking the doors that guard the rooms of the future of Mankind.
Without testing such as this, we'd all stay in some type of stillvolution.
Originally posted by sykickvision
It's fake. There's a certain twitch it gives, like with the hammer...where the head twitches slightly backward and up. This would be impossible unless there were something to twitch against (like a body), simple physics...think lever.
Originally posted by Caji316
i believe it is fake. I don't think even a dogs head can do anything without a spirit...I know for sure you can't just take a dead person and breath and pump blood through his body and he live. If so, they would do it when anyone died...Hoax, I would say...
Haldane made many contributions to human genetics and was one of the three major figures to develop the mathematical theory of population genetics. He is usually regarded as the third of these in importance, after R.A. Fisher and Sewall Wright. His greatest contribution was in a series of ten papers on "A Mathematical Theory of Natural and Artificial Selection" which was the major series of papers on the mathematical theory of natural selection. It treated many major cases for the first time, showing the direction and rates of changes of gene frequencies. It also pioneered in investigating the interaction of natural selection with mutation and with migration. Haldane's book, The Causes of Evolution (1932), summarized these results, especially in its extensive appendix. This body of work was a component of what came to be known as the "modern evolutionary synthesis", re-establishing natural selection as the premier mechanism of evolution by explaining it in terms of the mathematical consequences of Mendelian genetics.