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10-09-2016, 07:49 PM
RE: Clones rights.
Depends. Is it a black clone or a white clone?

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10-09-2016, 08:49 PM
RE: Clones rights.
(10-09-2016 07:04 PM)SYZ Wrote:  The below photograph, which depicts a (briefly) living two-headed dog, is real.

You’re looking at the horror film-esque result of an early transplant procedure by Soviet scientist Vladimir Demikhov in 1959, and it’s really more like a one-and-a-half dog—Demikhov successfully grafted the head and forelegs of a smaller dog, Shavka onto a bigger dog, Brodyaga. Both initially survived the procedure.

Both could see and move around independently. Both died four days later. Demikhov attempted the experiment, with different subjects, over 24 times.

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Uh why does the smaller dog still have a leg in the top picture but it's not in the diagram?
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13-09-2016, 02:59 PM
RE: Clones rights.
(10-09-2016 07:04 PM)SYZ Wrote:  The below photograph, which depicts a (briefly) living two-headed dog, is real.

You’re looking at the horror film-esque result of an early transplant procedure by Soviet scientist Vladimir Demikhov in 1959, and it’s really more like a one-and-a-half dog—Demikhov successfully grafted the head and forelegs of a smaller dog, Shavka onto a bigger dog, Brodyaga. Both initially survived the procedure.

Both could see and move around independently. Both died four days later. Demikhov attempted the experiment, with different subjects, over 24 times.

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Yeah this experiment has been done with Baboons as well. Not a double headed just a full body replacement. They usally kill them no more then 48 hours later just to be humanie.

And a human version of that experiment is about go underway. A man with Werdnig-Hoffman disease. It will have a surgical team of 150 people, will take 36 hours, and will cost 20 million dollars.

What a time to be alive.

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