Demikhov Dogs

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The first, not-messed-up-looking one has two hearts.


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    Jake
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    Jake

    I’ve seen this video. It’s fucked up.

    Aquaman43
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    Oh my fucking god. GODDAMIT. This crushes me, because dogs love people unconditionally. Even after Doctor Cocksuck did this to them, you can bet they still loved him. I’m not even going to google this abomination because no reason is good enough. I hope he died of syphilis at the bottom of the sea.

    HoChunk
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    If he, too, was a fan of Aquaman…he probably did.

    klisa24
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    klisa24

    I do not see my earlier comment here and it is too long to rewrite. To make it brief, appalling and disgusting evil. “No reason is good enough,” well stated.

    Goldfinger
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    What tends to be forgotten is that ghastly, ghastly Mr Demikhov was one of the most important pioneers in organ transplantation. And as much as I love animals and hate cruelty against them: This man’s work saved millions of lives.
    [Same goes for Robert J. White, who successfully transplanted monkey heads.]

    Aquaman43
    Member

    Fine. But it’s like eating meat. I’m fully aware of what happens to the cow, but I don’t want to see it or know it. Just pass the A1. Ignorance IS bliss.

    Goldfinger
    Member

    Well I could kill the cow and still eat it. But I grew up next to a butcher’s shop.

    ian_the_mic
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    ian_the_mic

    So save millions of lives….THEN die of syphilis at the bottom of the sea.

    Klisa
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    Klisa

    What constitutes one living creature having more worth than another. How can one explain that cruelty to one creature to save another is okay. The human species finds itself superior, look around at the world on this planet. This is disgusting cruelty.

    grego
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    grego

    please tell me what i saw in youtube was a photo..video..shoop or something!

    Cy85
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    Sorry, folks, but this is the work that had to be done at some point in medicine for our understanding to advance. Alfred Blalock and Vivien Thomas were using dogs in their attempts to cure “Blue Baby” Syndrome (eventually stumbling on how it was possible to perform bypasses and enable open-heart surgery for the first time).

    crewmanguy
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    I understand the organ transplant work. The work done on organs and limbs is amazing and necessary.
    I don’t understand the head transplants. What is the point? Head transplants don’t seem to serve any purpose then to say “look what I can do”. And if that’s the case, it certainly doesn’t seem ethical.

    Goldfinger
    Member

    Well, the experiments of Robert J. White (transplanting a monkey’s head onto another monkey’s body) were pretty successful. The head could have survived, but of course the “new” monkey would be paralyzed from the neck down. So basically, if you’re inclined and rich enough and find a donor (and our society suddenly drops all it’s ethical restraints) you could swap your old body for a new one. That is, if you are willing to live like Christopher Reeves, of course.

    Tyger42
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    Of course, it’s only a matter of time before we can repair spinal cord damage and solve that problem, too.

    DMYTRIW WDS
    Member

    Holy shit. My dream of having a golden retriever with a Jedi’s arm attached to it’s back is halfway possible. I better start working on a light saber.

    King
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    King

    This was a attempt to reanimate dead mammals, the image of the white dog is from a video on youtube showing that it was dead for 10m then reanimated using machines, they were trying to save/reanimate people that had died.

    This was done to Humans during the war also. Some reanimated after 2 hours.

    None of there experiments lived longer then a week .

    Luke Magnifico
    Member

    I dunno Anon, usually you’re a sterling source for historical facts but I’m afraid I;m going to have to ask for some citations on this one.

    dr.house
    Member

    Research and Development.
    Deal with it.

    MikeEatPie
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    dogcentipede

    OPPLE
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    OPPLE

    It’s dog squared



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