In Reality Could Frankenstein's Creature Exist.

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  1. The-Dark-Knight Registered

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    If a person (no not me im not planning on doing this) got loads of fresh body bit's stitched them together doing (doing the proper surgery, connecting the vein's) could in theory Frankensteins monster be 'alive'?
    Your thoughts?:huh:
     
  2. bell110 Drunk on Capitol Hill

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    Maybe someday, not with todays technology.
     
  3. Mr Sparkle Registered

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    [jormugand] some people say frankenstein was a book [/jormugand]
     
  4. Mr Sparkle Registered

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    I always thought Frankenstein was actually Jewish.
    like "Franken-steen" more than " stein" like Beer Stein.
     
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  6. Victarion Iron Captain

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    Sure, why not. There are worlds other than these that peeps blatently ignore. They couldn't be stupid enough to ignore such an advance in science as mass reanimation.

    ---Morzan
     
  7. Carcharodon Registered

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    In reality, if one could do this then there's absolutely no medical or scientific reason that they couldn't simply reanimate a whole, intact corpse (ignoring highly specific and possibly common tissue damage associated with different means of death).
     
  8. DarthRekal Dodger Blue

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    that would bring up the "soul" question.. is it required to have one to live?? do we actually have one??


    theoreticaly yes... but whos characteristics or thought processes will it have .. the brain donors??? :huh:
     
  9. Carcharodon Registered

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    Uh...yeah. :huh:
     
  10. Dew k. Mosi Hype Award Winner

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    Because no one ever saw Young Frankenstein
     
  11. Victarion Iron Captain

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    The body would be there but the soul obviously not.

    ---Morzan
     
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    I havent, i dont really like mel brooks stuff (aside from the producers, i mean space balls is awful) is young frankenstein actually any good?
     
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    That's based on the assumption that the soul is anything (or something) other than the collective consciousness and/or the electrochemical impulses of the brain of an individual. :huh:

    Why would the, "soul," be absent, and if it is, is the being truly living?
     
  14. Victarion Iron Captain

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    Do you like necrophilia?

    ---Morzan
     
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    It's one of my favorite comedies. A must.
     
  16. Victarion Iron Captain

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    I view the body as a "vessel" operated by the brain's impulses, etc. I view the soul as something within the "vessel" if it makes sense. In my views, a modern day Frankenstein would be a soulless husk akin to Dementor victims from Harry Potter.

    ---Morzan
     
  17. The-Dark-Knight Registered

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    Never tried it, but it does not appeal to me.
     
  18. Immortalfire In the pale moonlight

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    The Frankenstein story sounds like something kainedamo would try... "BRIDE OF KAINEDAMO"!!!!!! :wow:
     
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    If you like corny jokes are lot's of frilly cleavage it's like Christmas.
     
  20. Victarion Iron Captain

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    So true!!

    Rosie's head, Roseanne's vocal chords, Ann Coulter's body=Bride of [email protected]:

    ---Morzan
     
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    Hahaha


    I've heard that revivifying dead tissue would most likely be very difficult if it's even possible at all. Perhaps a fat, lazy, workaholic American could find a way since they arrogantly hoard and monopolize the most advanced technologies though Japan and China will probably beat them to it within 2 or 3 years which will be fun watching their bloated American egos being ground into the dirt like filthy Imperialist coffee grounds and fish heads from the stinking gutter where they belong.
     
  22. bell110 Drunk on Capitol Hill

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    But if the brain doesn't die, would the soul still be there?
     
  23. YsoSerious Registered

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    Isn't Al Gore proof of that?
     
  24. danoyse Snikt. Stab. Repeat.

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    Now that's a classic. :woot:

    [YT]suTs4G_RgfI&feature=related[/YT]
     
  25. The-Dark-Knight Registered

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    I must get round to seeing that at some point. Can't be as bad as spaceballs, can it?
     

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