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jonesjones77 jonesjones77 41-45 11 Answers Dec 19, 2013 in Parenting & Family

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I doubt the accuracy of this assertion. The almost instantaneous loss of blood pressure is unlikely to allow conscious thoughts of any sort.

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Oxygen would still be in the brain.

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Yes, but is that all that is needed for it to work? The brain is just part of a system, and one which is severely damaged by decapitation. We know unconsciousness follows immediately on a severe blow to the head, and decapitation is far more direct damage to the system than that.

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Perhaps most famously was the study conducted by a Dr. Beaurieux in 1905 of the head of executed criminal Henri Languille. Over the course of 25 to 30 seconds of observation, the physician recorded managing to get Languille to open his eyes and "undeniably" focus them on the doctor's twice by calling the executed man's name [source: Bellows].

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Mm. Perhaps, perhaps not.

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"does this make me look fat?"

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wont need to get that haircut..

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*sigh*

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The lack of blood flow to the brain would cause the loss of consciousnesses within in 3 seconds not 30. barely time to think ouch that stings.

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Oxygen would still be in the brain.

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An unconscious brain though alive has no thoughts. It's pretty easy to demonstrate just pinch off your carotid arteries in your neck and see how long it takes. you will generally loose consciousnesses within in 3 seconds death will occur perhaps as long as 30 seconds later. The loss of blood flow to the brain is why you get dizzy and pass out if you stand up too fast.

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After her head was severed, the executioner smacked its cheeks while he held it aloft. To the astonishment of the crowd, Corday's cheeks flushed and her facial expression changed into the "unequivocal marks of indignation" [source: Ernle, et al].

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Perhaps most famously was the study conducted by a Dr. Beaurieux in 1905 of the head of executed criminal Henri Languille. Over the course of 25 to 30 seconds of observation, the physician recorded managing to get Languille to open his eyes and "undeniably" focus them on the doctor's twice by calling the executed man's name [source: Bellows].

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Bullshit

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No, I believe everything I read on the intenet, and so should you.

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Okee-dokee

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no it isn't

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Depends on the head.

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Mmmh. I'm feeling a bit top heavy

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