I know, I know. Not everything weird happens only over in Russia and those areas but a lot of it does. Regardless I'm not picking on or pinpointing
the countries, merely an eye-catcher for this thread. In fact I have a weird obsession with Russia and in fact have synchronicity with it all the
time, anyhow. I have always been a fan of sci-fy weird experimentations thought up by mad scientists. Some of the things I have discovered here are
not too far off from it, or I wouldn't doubt...okay, so let's get to the good stuff, yes?
A friend of mine once showed me this video that kind of disturbs me. I'd rather not watch it again but I will post it here, it freaks me out. I know
some of you probably won't be bothered at all but weird animal stuff has always been an odd phobia of mine. Anyhow, in this video most commonly known
as the "Russian Dog Experiment' or "Zombie Dog", scientists have isolated the heart and lungs of the creature keeping them alive through machines.
They have re-attached the arteries and veins from the heart and lungs directly to the dogs brain thus keeping it alive and pumping with blood and
oxygen. It sort of revives the head in a way...for a short while I presume.
Still bear with me here. There is yet another video that is pretty disturbing known as the "Monkey Head Transplant." Where they take the head form
one body, move it to another monkeys body and are able to keep it alive with the new body for a short period of time.
Okay, regardless if you believe or like/dislike the videos for your reasons here is my point. If these were carried out that long ago successfully
I'm sure a much better job could be done today. I am willing to bet it doesn't stop at animals. This is just a glimpse of what really could be going
on in unknown facilities...like Nightmare Hall in the Dulce base, that is a whole other story.
I'm one to believe these same experiments if not stranger ones have been or are being carried out on humans somewhere. What other reason would they
even be practicing this in the first place unless they had a plan of some sort up there sleeve, right? Who cares about reanimating a dogs head...what
is the point? The point is...they know they can do it so now to try it with the humans...I'm not sure what the reasons would be for that but knowing
some of the strange things that go on in this world it really wouldn't surprise me.
Does Bio-Weapons ring in anyone's mind? Share your thoughts, share your opinions, and hope you enjoyed the read. What are the hidden corners of our
world up to now..
Immortality by surgical transplant? The head of George Soros transplanted to the body of an NFL Linebacker? Hmm.. You raise interesting points by
noting this horror show with success came SO long ago. It's not at all comforting to think of this line being pursued with the cutting edge of
There is some kind of jellyfish that is naturally immortal. Once it reaches a certain age, it begins a cycle and starts to get younger then older,
then younger and so on. However, as some of us learned from the Matrix Revolutions, "Everything that has a beginning has an end." Even if you could
accomplish a form of immortality, you still have to die. It's an eventuality. What is very interesting about this topic is Quantum Immortality. For
instance, can an observer (i.e. You, or your subconscious) truly stop existing?
That's actually rather interesting, I never knew about that jellyfish.
As for your conscious living on...I've heard a bit about how they found a way to keep your brain alive through computers or something...I'd love to
know more about this if you or anyone has any sort of idea what I'm talking about. It's kind of a way to keep your consciousness alive in some sort
of back up storage or something. I really know so little I could be wrong but it's a subject I'd like to hear more about.
While ethically highly questionable the decapitation, revival experiments have interesting philosophical implications.
What defines a living organism? Are animated beings just complex biological machines?
Btw there is a popular russian movie related to this topic called "Sobachye serdtse"(Heart of a Dog).
A surgeon transplants hypophysis and testicles of a diseased alcoholic criminal into a dog. The dog transforms(the fiction part) to a human while
inheriting the traits, behavior of the donor.
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