[Neuroscience] Re: A-delta excitation is the most civilized and non-barbaric form of execution

Bill via neur-sci%40net.bio.net (by connelly.bill from gmail.com)
Mon Feb 19 20:44:42 EST 2007

On Feb 17, 10:21 am, mkorn... from nd.edu wrote:
> > A shot to the skull is boring and there is too much mess.
> Boring? Too much mess? Those are contradictory descriptions.
> > Moreover there are many cases of headshot victims surviving and regain
> > consciousness only to live paralyzed, blind, deaf, and with major
> > headaches.
Even though this is a deeply retarded conversation, I think the best
method will be Gaseous anaesthetic (no vein, everyone goes under if
you give them a good MAC of halothane) and then decapitation, or


> 100% of the of people executed by nano-bot electrocution survive,
> living lives with no adverse side effects.
> > Prior to giving the shock, tiny needles [carry the electric nanobots]
> > are inserted into the abdomen until they reach the the stomach. The
> > nanobots they attach to the A-delta fibers supply the stomach. Then
> > Then suddenly, death
> Sounds pretty damn boring...
> -Mike K.

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