As my cabinets look a lot better without the black backings and they light the figures up so much better I’m going to gradually post new pics of them all. Let’s start with myers. Full figure by @onescustomsfigures
I spent today redoing my 1/6 Scale collection. What a difference it makes without the black backings! Im waiting on 2 more 1/6 Scale pieces/some movie props and then I’m done (I mean it this time 😂) , I need a serious break from collecting and from Instagram! I’ll be posting up until the new year but then I’ll be taking a break from it for awhile!
Two-Headed Dog experiment in Russia.
Calling Soviet doctor Vladimir Demikhov a mad scientist may be undercutting his contributions to the world of medicine, but some of his radical experiments certainly fit the title. Case in point — though it may seem like myth, propaganda, or a case of photoshopped history — in the 1950s, Vladimir Demikhov actually created a two-headed dog.
Even before creating his two-headed dog, Demikhov was a pioneer in transplantology — he even coined the term. After transplanting a number of vital organs between dogs (his favorite experimental subjects) he aimed, amid much controversy, to see if he could take things further: He wanted to graft the head of one dog onto the body of another, fully intact dog.
In the end, this two-headed dog lived only for just four days. Had a vein in the neck area not accidentally gotten damaged, it may have lived even longer than Demikhov’s longest-living two-headed dog, which survived 29 days.
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