Prison » Humans who have their brains reanimated after they die could be locked in an eternal ‘living HELL’ and suffer a ‘fate worse than death’

Daily Mail
May 9, 2018

Experiments to reanimate dead brains could lead to humans being locked in an eternal ‘living hell’ and enduring a ‘fate worse than death.’

That’s according to Nottingham Trent ethics and philosophy lecturer Benjamin Curtis who made the comments in light of controversial experiments on pig brains.

Last month, Yale University announced it had successfully resurrected the brains of more than 100 slaughtered pigs and kept them alive for up to 36 hours.

Scientists said it could pave the way for brain transplants and may one day allow humans to become immortal by hooking up our minds to artificial systems after our natural bodies have perished.

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This article was posted: Wednesday, May 9, 2018 at 7:15 am

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