7 Experiments wildest Ever Do Scientists

7 Experiments wildest Ever Do Scientists:  
1. Vladimir Demikhov (Two Headed Dog Transplant)

In 1954, Soviet surgeon Vladimir Demikhov, revealing to the world the greatest masterpiece. A two-headed dog. Head puppy has been grafted into adult German shepherd dog collar.

The second head will get the rest of the milk, do not even need the food because the milk flowing down the neck of sambungna esophagus.

Although both animals soon die eventually because of tissue rejection, that did not stop Demikhov to create more than 19 more dogs with two heads for 15 years thereafter.

2. Stubbins Ffirth (Yellow Fever Vomit-Drinking Doctor)

During the 1800s, a physician in Philadelphia, Stubbins Ffirth, formed the hypothesis that yellow fever is not a contagious disease, and continued his hypothesis by conducting experiments on himself.

Initially he infected blood poured into an open wound, and then try to drink the blood of those infected.

He did not get sick, but this is not because yellow fever is not contagious because it was then discovered that the transmission must be through direct injection into the bloodstream, usually through a bite or a mosquito.

3. Josef Mengele (Angel of Death)

Joseph Mengele became famous for being one of the SS physicians who supervised the selection of prisoners who come, to determine who should be killed and who is the slave laborers, and to conduct human experiments on camp inmates, the people knew Mengele as the "Angel of Death".

At Auschwitz, Mengele did a number of studies in twins. Once the experiment is complete, the twins are usually murdered and their bodies dissected.

He oversees an operation in which two Gypsy children sewn together to create conjoined twins, his children became severely infected where the veins they have been damaged. Mengele was fanatical with the blood of twins, especially identical twins. He reportedly took their blood to death.

Auschwitz prisoner Alex Dekel said:

"I can never accept the fact that Mengele himself believed he was doing serious work, not from the way he is less conscientious about it. He just runs his rule. Mengele ran a butcher shop and perform major surgery without anesthetic. "

"Once, I witnessed a stomach operation, Mengele was removing pieces from the stomach, but without any anesthetic. At other times, the hearts were removed, again, without anesthesia. It was horrible. Mengele was a doctor who became mad because he was given the power. "

"No one ever asked him why did this one die? Why is that one does not die? The patients did not count. Admitted he did what he did in the name of science, but it is a part of the madness."

4. Johann Conrad Dippel (original Frankenstein)

Johann Conrad Dippel was born and raised in Castle Frankenstein, in 1673 at a place near Darmstadt, Germany. He is said to be the original form of the novel Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein", though the idea remains controversial.

After studying theology, philosophy and alchemy, he created an animal oil made of bones, blood and various other animal products, known as Oil Dippel is expected to be on par with the dream of the alchemists of the "elixir of life".

It is said that some part in this work include boiling various body parts in large vats to make such a crazy concoction.

Dippel is known as the inventor of synthetic chemicals called Prussian Blue. He claimed to have created the immortal fluid. Reportedly, the experiment was inspired by the character yangs match the name of the castle where he was born, Franskenstein.

5. Giovanni Aldini (Experimental Electric On Bodies)

Aldini was the nephew of Luigi Galvani. His uncle discovered the concept of galvanism, when experimenting with electrical currents on frog legs. Aldini attempt to continue the experiment further. Aldini conducted experiments on cadavers.

In front of many people, he conducted experiments on prisoners who were hanged, George Forster. She applied the rod conductor of electricity in the rectum, until the prisoner began punching the air, and his legs began to kick and jerk.

Diterapakan rod on the corpse's face makes a fist and shaking. His left eye open. And the few people present fear that corpse back to life, and if it is true then he should be executed again.

One man was so terrified spectators, and shortly after leaving the area, he reportedly died.

6. Sergei Bruyukhonenko (The Dog Decapitator)

Long before Vladimir Demikhov, Bruyukhonenko mad experiments on dogs led to the development of open-heart procedures. He developed a crude machine called autojektor (engine heart and lungs).

By using this primitive machine, Bryukhonenko keep alive some of the dog's head. In 1928, he demonstrated one of the heads in front of an audience.

To prove it was real, he was banging a hammer on the table. Head jerked. When the dog's eyes by the light, his eyes flashing.

And when fed a piece of cheese, the rest get out of the esophagus, which makes a lot of the audience mesmerized, but also disgusted and unhappy.

7. Andrew Ure (Butcher Scotland)

Andrew Ure, despite many accomplishments as a Scottish doctor, he is more famous for the four experiments conducted on Matthew Clydesdale on 4 November 1818.

The first involved an incision in the neck. Part of the vertebra is removed. An incision is then made in the left hip. Then the pieces are made in the heel.

Two rods are connected to the battery is placed in the neck and hips, which causes uncontrollable seizures.

The second rod is then placed in the heel, where the left leg kicked with such force, that it almost made collapse assistant. The second experiment made the diaphragm of Forster chest up and down, as if he was breathing again.


7 Experiments wildest Ever Do Scientists