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29 Dec 2012, 8:55 pm

i just read that ray k hopes that yes
wondering if you think this way also

i really don't know the answer for sure. but i tend to believe that long from now that would be done



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29 Dec 2012, 9:01 pm

Statement does not parse - please restate.


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29 Dec 2012, 9:03 pm

Fnord wrote:
Statement does not parse - please restate.


?

i'm asking if dead people can return to life by scientific advancements?



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29 Dec 2012, 9:06 pm

ronpl wrote:
Fnord wrote:
Statement does not parse - please restate.


?

i'm asking if dead people can return to life by scientific advancements?


So you are asking if we can revive dead people? Bring them back to life.

I don't think it is very likely.



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29 Dec 2012, 9:08 pm

ronpl wrote:
Fnord wrote:
Statement does not parse - please restate.

i'm asking if dead people can return to life by scientific advancements?

Yes, depending on how long they've been dead, the cause of death, and how much of their bodies are left to revive.


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29 Dec 2012, 9:13 pm

Fnord wrote:
ronpl wrote:
Fnord wrote:
Statement does not parse - please restate.

i'm asking if dead people can return to life by scientific advancements?

Yes, depending on how long they've been dead, the cause of death, and how much of their bodies are left to revive.


At normal room temperature (circa 70 degrees) if the brain goes without O2 for more than two minutes it is game over.

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29 Dec 2012, 9:20 pm

ruveyn wrote:
Fnord wrote:
ronpl wrote:
Fnord wrote:
Statement does not parse - please restate.
i'm asking if dead people can return to life by scientific advancements?
Yes, depending on how long they've been dead, the cause of death, and how much of their bodies are left to revive.
At normal room temperature (circa 70 degrees) if the brain goes without O2 for more than two minutes it is game over. ruveyn

Thus making any efforts to revive the corpse extremely dependent on how long it's been dead.


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