How do they know how long or what will kill you?
October 13, 2008 7:55pm CST
science has all these things they say such as if you jump off of a tall building it will be you having a heart attack at the fright from jumping than the fall and landing itself.. how do they know? how many people did they throw off a building? or did they get volunteers to die or simulate it? lol.. or that a gun shot to the head will kill you instantly? what about the people that live? bombs killing us instantly.. plane crashes.. which poisons have no pain (compared that lethal injection is being looked over again since the med they gave you first to put you to sleep before they killed you some how left them in a coma state but to where they could feel everything.. which how did they know THAT?!?!) so seriously.. how do they know? are they just assuming??
14 Oct 08
Some are probably calculations or simulations. Others are asumptions and still others are probably based off of what other people have experienced....maybe they did inject people with the poisons...a small but with an antidote to test the pain.
22 Oct 08
I think these researched medical, or hypothetical findings are due to scientists and the like pulling projects out of a hat ;) I'd rather they researched a cure for cancer, but im sure we're all feeling a lot better knowing that if we get shot in the head we'll last about 5seconds.....