|myassisonfire - 2010-10-16 |
I've heard rumor that this is just Soviet scientific propaganda, but stars nonetheless.
WHO WANTS DESSERT
Yeah, if the neck were truly severed then it wouldn't be able ot move it's head like it does.
it is body and it is head are animated by it is muscles underneath it is table.
The experiments took place, but they were not very successful. This film was made (hoaxed) in an attempt to make it look like the resources and money were somehow well spent.
|urbanelf - 2010-10-16 |
|Anaxagoras - 2010-10-16 |
Kill me. Kiiiill meeeeeee.
|Robert DeNegro - 2010-10-16 |
|rawelkij - 2010-10-16 |
A dupe of a dupe.
Dupiest dupe of a dupe of something that was fake anyway.
|bopeton - 2010-10-16 |
Dupiest dupe that ever duped.
|memedumpster - 2010-10-16 |
Fake, dupe, and still awesomely creepy.
I'm relieved to discover it's fake.
You have unwittingly made my day much brighter.
Also, one star for superdupy
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2010-10-16 |
god damn dupe
|John Holmes Motherfucker - 2010-10-16 |
Even worse than dressing up your dog as a reindeer for Christmas!
|godot - 2010-10-16 |
In the US, monkey brains have been attached to blood supply in the abdomen of other monkeys, and still registered brain activity after a month (source: Mary Roach's "Stiff").
We know from sensory deprivation experiments that humans go apeshit after only around 24-48 hours of padded dark silence.
In the absence of a real Hell, implanting convict brains in the abdomens of other convicts may suffice, and additionally the cruelest and most unusual punishment.
|glasseye - 2010-10-17 |
|garcet71283 - 2010-10-17 |
I Soviet Russia dead dog is dupe!
|Syd Midnight - 2010-10-17 |
Eh dupe but its pretty cool propaganda, but if reanimating a dog head worked and had useful applications we'd have paid Boeing or General Electric to do it better than the Reds, and China would be doing it cheaper.
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