terça-feira, 30 de outubro de 2012

ANIMAL EXPERIMENTS FOR THE GOOD OF SCIENCE

ANIMAL EXPERIMENTS FOR THE GOOD OF SCIENCE

By Valdemir Mota de Menezes, THE SCRIBE


 John W. Deering was killed in 1938 executed with shots, because it was condemned by the city of Salt Lake City for the crime of theft. He was persuaded to make one last charitable act for science. During its execution scientists were able to monitor your heart rate with ECG sensors. Helping science to unlock the secrets of the fear and the relationship with the heartbeat. Well, for me, is worse than criminal animal ... The 6 scariest science experiments in history The photo above scares, but the doctor Vladimir Demikhov was the author of this feat. In the year 1954 the world was outraged with this science experiment. 

Demikhov created 20 dogs, two head that he himself had implanted. But due to rejection, the maximum that an animal was able to live a month. Through their experiences, "crazy", his followers managed to evolve techniques transplants. Demikhov failed to realize his dream of human heart and lung transplant, but his disciple succeeded. In 1967 the South African scientist Christiaan Barnard performed this task as envisioned. One thing is mistreating animals for pure sadism, another is to kill animals to feed ourselves and to improve scientific knowledge. I am in favor of animal use-Human and Beast in scientific experiments.

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