It's alive...it's ALIVE...IT'S ALIVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!
First they drained the canines of their blood, refilled their bodies with extremely cold "replacement fluid," then placed the blood back into them, and used electric shock to revive them.
Not all dogs came back, however. According to Dr. Kochanek, "We do not in any way say that every outcome is normal." So...does that mean some of the dogs came out abnormally???
The ones that did make it were fine, and after some testing were found to be just great with no apparent brain damage. I'm not really sure how the good doctors figured that out...are there some cognitive canine tests they could do? Did they use the standard "fetch the stick test?" Or maybe they observed the pups sniffing each other's defrosted butts.
Actually, the medical uses for this kind of research is profound. Those that are critically injured could be put in this sort of "cryogenic" state in order to minimize tissue damage until they can operate. In fact, Founder Dr. Peter Safar is responsible for inventing CPR. The technology the Safar Center is creating could potentially be life saving. It would revolutionize how modern medicine helps severely critical patients.
A spokesman for the Safar Center said they plan on testing this procedure on a HUMAN subject within a year!
Who will be the very first human to be re-animated????
Actually, isn't Keith Richards a surviving subject of a similar experiment from the 60s???