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Mad Scientists

THIS POST WILL EXPLAIN AND REVEAL THE UNSUCCESSFUL INSANE EXPERIMENTS OF MAD SCIENTISTS TO THE WORLD.


A mad scientist or mad professor is a scientist who is considered "mad" – a synonym for insane. The mad scientist may be villainous or antagonistic, benign or neutral; may be insane, eccentric, or clumsy; and often work with fictional technology or fail to see potential objections to playing God. But was their failure preordained? Did their failure prevent the future from happening before its time?


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"MAD SCIENTISTS" 
So really, is there such a thing as a "mad" scientist at all? A man whose methods go so far above and beyond, that you doubt his very sanity?


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Scientists who were way ahead of their time failed to "change" the world.




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In our universe, everything is possible. God has made it so.
What seemed impossible in 1990 has been preordained for discovery long ago.


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WARNING: Your screen will soon be filled with dramatize stories of scientific research that some people may find controversial or disturbing.


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A little curiosity can't hurt any one...
can't it?


@3:07 -"MacDougall plans to close this gap between religion and science." 



DID YOU KNOW?
 Even now (2014) the gap cannot be closed entirely/officially,
this is because Salvation and Damnation are rooted in freewill.



@3:25 - What MacDougall was thinking was OK, is there a way to demonstrate that we are fundamentally different from these other animals and one of the things that religion would say differentiates us is the existence of a soul.


@3:41 - "I wish to prove scientifically that God gave us a soul."


Premise to 21 Grams
The soul itself if its a body it must occupy space and if it occupies space it must have mass.
And if it has mass it must have weight.


It turns out that the only source for the 21 gram figure is a discredited study carried out in 1907 by a Haverhill, Massachusetts, doctor by the name of Duncan MacDougall. He managed (apparently overcoming any ethical qualms over human experimentation) to put six dying people on a bed equipped with sensitive springs, and claimed to have observed a sudden loss of weight – about ¾ of an ounce – at the exact moment of their death.


A follow-up experiment also showed that dogs (which were healthy, so they were probably poisoned on purpose by the good doctor) don't seem to suffer the same sort of loss, therefore they don't have souls. Isn't that interesting . . . a human being lost weight but a creature did not.



Not only was the experiment never repeated (by either MaDougall or anyone else), but his own notes (published in American Medicine in March 1907) show that of the six data points, two had to be discarded as “of no value”; two recorded a weight drop, followed by additional losses later on (was the soul leaving bit by bit (like DATA)?); one showed a reversal of the loss, then another loss (the soul couldn't make up its mind, leaving, re-entering, then leaving for good); and only one case actually constitutes the basis of the legendary estimate of ¾ of an ounce.


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9. Leonardo Da Vinci

Between painting the most revered masterpieces of Renaissance art, Leonardo da Vinci somehow still found time to tap into his inner eccentric. The Italian's scientific sketchbooks, most written in mirror-image cursive, are a fantasyland of oddball machines and brilliant designs, many which would never come to fruition

8. Tesla

Serbian-American engineer and physicist Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) made dozens of breakthroughs in the production, transmission and application of electric power. He invented the first alternating current (AC) motor and developed AC generation and transmission technology. Though he was famous and respected, he was never able to translate his copious inventions into long-term financial success



7. Dr Katskee

Cocaine was the first local anesthetic used in medicine. Its use brought many benefits by allowing surgeons to avoid having to rely on more dangerous general anesthetics. Nevertheless, occasionally patients had bad reactions to the drug. In an effort to find out why this was the case, the Nebraska proctologist Edwin Katskee gave himself a large injection of cocaine on the night of 25 November 1936. He then recorded the clinical course of his symptoms in notes written on the wall of his office. As it turned out, the amount of cocaine he gave himself was so large it proved fatal. The press debated whether Katskee was the victim of a self-experiment that went wrong, or whether he had simply committed suicide in the name of science.


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