Only because I guess I'm immune to chastisement and ridicule by those that don't do the research......
**Research into bringing back the dead or reanimation**
"In a series of nightmarish experiments straight out of a horror flick, scientists at a leading university have killed dozens of dogs — then brought
them back to life." US scientists have succeeded in reviving the dogs after three hours of clinical death, paving the way for trials on humans within
Experiments in the Revival of Organisms is a 1940 motion picture which documents Soviet research into the resuscitation of clinically dead organisms.
The British scientist J. B. S. Haldane appears in the film's introduction and narrates the film, which contains Russian text with English applied next
to, or over the top of, the Russian.
Haldane was a highly respected experimental biologist. Most famous for work in genetics and physiology - his work on blood oxygen levels, the use of
decompression chambers and hyperbaric oxygen treatment are of particular note. Haldane was no friend to the British government, and in fact revoked
his citizenship and became an Indian national.
The operations are credited to Doctor Sergei S. Bryukhonenko.
Mark Roth, a biochemist at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, has been working on suspended animation — inspired by the processes of animal
hibernation — for years now. In 2005, with funding from Pentagon far-out research arm Darpa, Roth managed to reanimate rats suffering from massive
blood loss, using hydrogen sulfide to knock them out and curb their oxygen consumption.
Mark Roth: Suspended animation is within our grasp
The chips are used in military and industrial systems such as nuclear power plants, and “this backdoor access could be turned into an advanced
Stuxnet weapon to attack potentially millions of systems," Skorobogatov wrote.
And because the chips are manufactured in China for the California-based Actel, a division of Microsemi, suspicion quickly fell to the Chinese,
especially after Skorobagatov’s paper began circulating on the Web and a number of news outlets ran stories linking China to the chips.
But those claims were quickly disputed, even by Skorobogatov, who told ZDNet Australia that Actel, not a Chinese manufacturer, inserted the
"The claims about [the] Chinese being involved, was made up by someone who originally made the post at Reddit," he told ZDNet. “It is as though
people have put two and two together and made four or five or six, depending on what their agenda is.”
Well.... nice to see the truth is out on that. Although the fact that the media loves a good "story" still doesn't explain how they failed to
recollect that it was ATS that broke the REAL story about deliberately flawed hardware for military use coming out of China in 2008!
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