Scientists Who Revives the Dead

Scientists Who Revives the Dead

 

Death is the secret of God and is a natural process that must be passed by every living creature including humans, either due to illness, accidents or other causes. If a living creature dies, then automatically the body will decay. However, it turns out there are some scientists who are known for their various experiments to revive the dead, some are also applied to animals. These scientists are obsessed with various ways against God's destiny. The story of scientists with a series of strange experiments that have even begun since centuries ago. Here are 7 scientists with crazy experiments that fight the fate of God (trying to raise the dead).

1. Luigi Galvani

Luigi Galvani is an Italian physicist and doctor and lived in Bologna during his lifetime. In 1771 he performed surgery on the frog, he saw the frog's legs moving when the scalpel stuck in the leg. Inspired by this he then thought that lightning from a storm might be able to move the frog's legs by chance while doing the experiment, the weather was moderate. bad storm and lightning flashed. But a few days later when the weather is sunny, the frog's legs can also move so he gets to the conclusion that muscles and nerves can drain energy. It turned out that he had discovered simple electricity. He also began experimenting with frog legs which later became very famous. This experiment uses iron and brass which are powered by electrically charged electrons.

2. Johann Conrad Dippel

German scientist and chemist who was born in 1673 is a real character who inspired Mary Shelley to make Frankenstein's story. The scientist and doctor lived in a castle near Darmstadt, Germany. His life is shrouded in mystery and legend that continues to live until now. Dippel, who is familiarly called Conrad Frankenstein, founded a laboratory in his castle. There he along with his assistant named Igor spent time trying strange experiments. His experiments started from trying to turn lead into gold to try to bring back the dead. Dippel was one of the eccentric scientists who was crazy about the concept of eternity and thought of the possibility of having eternal life. He conducted experiments using animals or parts of the human body that had died and then put back together and turned on by electricity. Dippel is also famous for its magical oil called Dippel's oil made from animal bones and blood.

3. Giovanni Aldini

Giovanni Aldini is the niece of scientist and doctor Luigi Galvani. Aldini was inspired by his uncle to experiment and experiment to revive the dead. But the severity of Aldini using the bodies of the prisoners who were executed at George Foster, Newgate, London.

In the experiment. Aldini uses electrical stimulation techniques. He did it to the face of the corpse. Where when electrified, the jaw of the corpse will vibrate. Then the corpse's eyes will open. In some cases even found hands on the bodies were clenched. But Aldini's experiments never proved to be able to raise people who have died. And it seems like this also applies to all other scientists' experiments.

4. Andrew Ure

Andrew Ure is a Scottish doctor who is famous for his Galvanic Experiments. Yes, just like Aldini, it turns out that Andrew Ure was also inspired by Luigi Galvani. On 4 November 1818, Andrew Ure conducted an experiment on the body of a prisoner charged with murder and stealing named Matthew Clydsdale. After being executed by hanging, Clydsdale's corpse was then used as experimental material. Ure claimed that the results of his experiment had activated and stimulated the diaphragmatic nerves. And can revive people who have just hung or drowned. The picture above is Andrew Ure's trial of Matthew Clydsdale who recently died after serving a hanging sentence.

5. Kenneth Hayworth

Dr. Kenneth Hayworth is president and co-founder of the Brain Preservation Foundation in Ashburn, Virginia. He recently shocked the world with his crazy idea of ​​preserving the brains of deceased humans. What's the use? The point is that later the brain can be used again. This neuroscientist scientist is indeed currently still focused on preserving animal brains. But his obsession in the years to come, he could realize his ideas in the human brain. Unmitigated, he challenged neuroscientists around the world to realize his ideas. He even promised a prize of US $ 100,000 to anyone who succeeded in doing so. At the challenge, there were 2 people who accepted the challenge. The first is a researcher at the Planck Institute of Medical Research, Germany named Shawn Mikula who uses chemical reactions to preserve mouse brains. Meanwhile, the second person came from 21st Century Medicine in Fontana, California, who tried to preserve the rabbit's brain by infusing the brain with material and then soaking it in chemical fluids.

6. Robert Ettinger

Dr. Kenneth Hayworth is president and co-founder of the Brain Preservation Foundation in Ashburn, Virginia. He recently shocked the world with his crazy idea of preserving the brains of deceased humans. What's the use? The point is that later the brain can be used again. This neuroscientist scientist is indeed currently still focused on preserving animal brains. But his obsession in the years to come, he could realize his ideas in the human brain. Unmitigated, he challenged neuroscientists around the world to realize his ideas. He even promised a prize of US $ 100,000 to anyone who did In this challenge, there were 2 people who accepted the challenge. The first is a researcher at the Planck Institute of Medical Research, Germany named Shawn Mikula who uses chemical reactions to preserve mouse brains. Meanwhile, the second person came from 21st Century Medicine in Fontana, California, who tried to preserve the rabbit's brain by infusing the brain with some material and then soaking it in chemical fluids.

7. Josh Bocanegra

Josh Bocanegra is the founder of Humai, an Australian company. According to Bocanegra, he has found a technology that allows people who have died can come back to life. The technique he uses is to use nanotechnology and human intelligence where later patterns of behavior, ways of speaking, etc. will be stored there which will later be transformed into a kind of sensor. Now, this sensor will be inserted into the artificial body later. Meanwhile, the brain will be taken from the brains of people who have died who have undergone a process of freezing (cryonics). This brain will also be inserted into the artificial body.