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thescienceofreality:

X-ray gifs of people doing ordinary and extraordinary things 
By Lauren Davis | io9 | Image credit: First four gifs made by The Science of Reality, last two gifs via io9.

Video footage of X-ray images offer a perspective on bodily movement we simply can’t find in static images. Whether we’re talking, eating, or performing some truly bizarre anatomical stunts, these gifs and videos show off the mechanics of the human body.

Image descriptions [from top to bottom, left to right]: 
Person swallowing liquids.
Dog drinking.
Christian Zehnder performs overtone singing for an X-ray segment of Pierre-Yves Borgeaud’s film Inland.
Stunt artist Morgue slipping a hook in through his nose and out his mouth.
Person playing the violin.  
Christine Ericsdotter performing her own X-ray analyses of speech; here she is saying the Swedish word “både” (“both”).
Read more & watch all the full videos here.
thescienceofreality:

X-ray gifs of people doing ordinary and extraordinary things 
By Lauren Davis | io9 | Image credit: First four gifs made by The Science of Reality, last two gifs via io9.

Video footage of X-ray images offer a perspective on bodily movement we simply can’t find in static images. Whether we’re talking, eating, or performing some truly bizarre anatomical stunts, these gifs and videos show off the mechanics of the human body.

Image descriptions [from top to bottom, left to right]: 
Person swallowing liquids.
Dog drinking.
Christian Zehnder performs overtone singing for an X-ray segment of Pierre-Yves Borgeaud’s film Inland.
Stunt artist Morgue slipping a hook in through his nose and out his mouth.
Person playing the violin.  
Christine Ericsdotter performing her own X-ray analyses of speech; here she is saying the Swedish word “både” (“both”).
Read more & watch all the full videos here.
thescienceofreality:

X-ray gifs of people doing ordinary and extraordinary things 
By Lauren Davis | io9 | Image credit: First four gifs made by The Science of Reality, last two gifs via io9.

Video footage of X-ray images offer a perspective on bodily movement we simply can’t find in static images. Whether we’re talking, eating, or performing some truly bizarre anatomical stunts, these gifs and videos show off the mechanics of the human body.

Image descriptions [from top to bottom, left to right]: 
Person swallowing liquids.
Dog drinking.
Christian Zehnder performs overtone singing for an X-ray segment of Pierre-Yves Borgeaud’s film Inland.
Stunt artist Morgue slipping a hook in through his nose and out his mouth.
Person playing the violin.  
Christine Ericsdotter performing her own X-ray analyses of speech; here she is saying the Swedish word “både” (“both”).
Read more & watch all the full videos here.
thescienceofreality:

X-ray gifs of people doing ordinary and extraordinary things 
By Lauren Davis | io9 | Image credit: First four gifs made by The Science of Reality, last two gifs via io9.

Video footage of X-ray images offer a perspective on bodily movement we simply can’t find in static images. Whether we’re talking, eating, or performing some truly bizarre anatomical stunts, these gifs and videos show off the mechanics of the human body.

Image descriptions [from top to bottom, left to right]: 
Person swallowing liquids.
Dog drinking.
Christian Zehnder performs overtone singing for an X-ray segment of Pierre-Yves Borgeaud’s film Inland.
Stunt artist Morgue slipping a hook in through his nose and out his mouth.
Person playing the violin.  
Christine Ericsdotter performing her own X-ray analyses of speech; here she is saying the Swedish word “både” (“both”).
Read more & watch all the full videos here.
thescienceofreality:

X-ray gifs of people doing ordinary and extraordinary things 
By Lauren Davis | io9 | Image credit: First four gifs made by The Science of Reality, last two gifs via io9.

Video footage of X-ray images offer a perspective on bodily movement we simply can’t find in static images. Whether we’re talking, eating, or performing some truly bizarre anatomical stunts, these gifs and videos show off the mechanics of the human body.

Image descriptions [from top to bottom, left to right]: 
Person swallowing liquids.
Dog drinking.
Christian Zehnder performs overtone singing for an X-ray segment of Pierre-Yves Borgeaud’s film Inland.
Stunt artist Morgue slipping a hook in through his nose and out his mouth.
Person playing the violin.  
Christine Ericsdotter performing her own X-ray analyses of speech; here she is saying the Swedish word “både” (“both”).
Read more & watch all the full videos here.
thescienceofreality:

X-ray gifs of people doing ordinary and extraordinary things 
By Lauren Davis | io9 | Image credit: First four gifs made by The Science of Reality, last two gifs via io9.

Video footage of X-ray images offer a perspective on bodily movement we simply can’t find in static images. Whether we’re talking, eating, or performing some truly bizarre anatomical stunts, these gifs and videos show off the mechanics of the human body.

Image descriptions [from top to bottom, left to right]: 
Person swallowing liquids.
Dog drinking.
Christian Zehnder performs overtone singing for an X-ray segment of Pierre-Yves Borgeaud’s film Inland.
Stunt artist Morgue slipping a hook in through his nose and out his mouth.
Person playing the violin.  
Christine Ericsdotter performing her own X-ray analyses of speech; here she is saying the Swedish word “både” (“both”).
Read more & watch all the full videos here.
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dead-sweet-art:

‘YOUR CORPSE IS BEAUTIFUL LXXIX’By Mia-Jane Harris
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caterpillarbreath:

These poeple study cadavers, bodies donated to science, and those who have died. Some dissect them for anatomy classes, surgical training, and discovering how to do other operations. There’s universities of where you study to become a medical examiner, autopsy specialist, etc. and you have dead bodies laying outside so people can study about livor mortis, rigor mortis, etc. 
    I for one think this kind of stuff is beautiful. The fact that this is what happens when you die, you decay and just rot away, it’s a beautiful process. I would love to be an autopsy specialist. Just remember guys, these are people who learn how to do surgery, face lifts, etc.  
This is why I love my Forensics class.
caterpillarbreath:

These poeple study cadavers, bodies donated to science, and those who have died. Some dissect them for anatomy classes, surgical training, and discovering how to do other operations. There’s universities of where you study to become a medical examiner, autopsy specialist, etc. and you have dead bodies laying outside so people can study about livor mortis, rigor mortis, etc. 
    I for one think this kind of stuff is beautiful. The fact that this is what happens when you die, you decay and just rot away, it’s a beautiful process. I would love to be an autopsy specialist. Just remember guys, these are people who learn how to do surgery, face lifts, etc.  
This is why I love my Forensics class.
caterpillarbreath:

These poeple study cadavers, bodies donated to science, and those who have died. Some dissect them for anatomy classes, surgical training, and discovering how to do other operations. There’s universities of where you study to become a medical examiner, autopsy specialist, etc. and you have dead bodies laying outside so people can study about livor mortis, rigor mortis, etc. 
    I for one think this kind of stuff is beautiful. The fact that this is what happens when you die, you decay and just rot away, it’s a beautiful process. I would love to be an autopsy specialist. Just remember guys, these are people who learn how to do surgery, face lifts, etc.  
This is why I love my Forensics class.
caterpillarbreath:

These poeple study cadavers, bodies donated to science, and those who have died. Some dissect them for anatomy classes, surgical training, and discovering how to do other operations. There’s universities of where you study to become a medical examiner, autopsy specialist, etc. and you have dead bodies laying outside so people can study about livor mortis, rigor mortis, etc. 
    I for one think this kind of stuff is beautiful. The fact that this is what happens when you die, you decay and just rot away, it’s a beautiful process. I would love to be an autopsy specialist. Just remember guys, these are people who learn how to do surgery, face lifts, etc.  
This is why I love my Forensics class.
caterpillarbreath:

These poeple study cadavers, bodies donated to science, and those who have died. Some dissect them for anatomy classes, surgical training, and discovering how to do other operations. There’s universities of where you study to become a medical examiner, autopsy specialist, etc. and you have dead bodies laying outside so people can study about livor mortis, rigor mortis, etc. 
    I for one think this kind of stuff is beautiful. The fact that this is what happens when you die, you decay and just rot away, it’s a beautiful process. I would love to be an autopsy specialist. Just remember guys, these are people who learn how to do surgery, face lifts, etc.  
This is why I love my Forensics class.
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thecadaverousportrait:

Interior of an unidentified classroom, students posing next to three cadavers and a skeleton
United States, ca. 1910. Photograph. National Library of Medicine
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