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See why you have exisitance here - http://www.archive.org/stream/Experime19...
Low and behold downloading anything to improve your quicktime. It`s a tiny file from a reputable source. Apple.
however, on a more optimistic and interesting note: in the late 90`s, scientists working in cryogenics labs were able to bring a frog back to life for an (amazingly) short period of time. it died less than ten seconds later of damage caused by internal freezing. in order to even pull that off, they had to attempt revival immediately after the frog`s death. plus frogs are cold blooded, so it was `slightly` easier to pull off. con.
Have these people never seen Pet Cemetary?
I thik it`s a good idea. Like kathaclysm said, it`d dramaically reduce the risk of losing a patient during surgeries. It wouldn`t be used in everyday life (I hope), so there wouldn`t be the huge overpopulation idea running around here.
Notice this happens in Pittsburgh? All the best zombie movies are based in Pittsburgh.
Seriously thou, I don`t doubt it`s true, they revive kids who`ve fallen into lakes all the time. This works the same way, cept they remove the blood so it doesn`t freeze solid and burst all the little cells in the body. It`s cool cuz they could do this for people having surgeries of all sorts and not risk loosing the patient.
But then it really creeps me out considering, what is "dead"? And if we can keep someone/something brain dead for hours, and then bring them back, does it have any implications about a lack of an afterlife?
Science has to come from somewhere. Would you rather they do the research on your sister or your mother or father? The Russians discovered the transfusion with a precursor to this story back in the 1930`s. Almost everyone knows someone who`s had a blood transfusion. If not for the sacrifical animals, most of us would not know anyone who did, just more dead people.
(and that movie sounds cool tanzeder I`ll have to find it)