"Allen L. Barker" <alb at datafilter.com> wrote in message
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> Janette Fraser wrote:
> > In 1996 Michael Howard awarded the first home office license for human
> > brain perfusion to Prof. Gerald Curtis (Biodynamics Rsrch Ltd) -
> > formely based at the Medicentre, Cardiff.
> > Curtis, Helen Hughes (Bowman Research) and Nagaraga Rao (DMI),
> > conducted their experiments on terminal soldiers supplied by the MOD.
> > The brain perfusion experiments involved extracting the brains of
> > soldiers and keeping them alive and fuctioning using pumps to supply
> > the brains with blood.
>> These are serious charges. How do you know this?
Even someone who bothers to ask a question like you did, to a post like
is likely to test positive to at least a condition of 'border-line lability'
(as far as their cognitive capacity is concerned).
I know I shouldn't (and need not) ask this, but I have little else that
grabs my attention right now, so:
Why did you bother?. ;->