1. Study on Slaughtered Pig Brains Raises New Questions About Death  Bloomberg Markets and Finance
  2. Scientists Restore Some Activity in Brains from Dead Pigs  Voice of America
  3. Scientists revive some brain cells in pigs — four hours after death  Axios
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Researchers have used a blood substitute and other methods to restore some activity to the brains of pigs that had been killed four hours before the experiment. The scientists say the study could lead to treatments for stroke and other conditions.Researchers have used a blood substitute and other methods to restore some activity to the brains of pigs that had been killed four hours before the experiment. The scientists say the study could lead to treatments for stroke and other conditions.

Scientists Restore Some Activity in Brains from Dead Pigs

It throws into question the line between life and death.It throws into question the line between life and death.

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“Yesterday, the news was 1) how eating bacon can give you cancer, & 2) how scientists reanimated dead pig brains. Today the news is still all about swine. We're either living in Animal Farm or the end times. #pork #MuellerReport”

Jess Phoenix 🌋 on Twitter: "Yesterday, the news was 1) how eating bacon can give you cancer, & 2) how scientists reanimated dead pig brains. Today the news is still all about swine. We're either living in Animal Farm or the end times. #pork #MuellerReport"

“Scientists have managed to revive a dead pig's brain using artificial blood ....watch out for #ZombiePigs in future!!”

Girish Johar on Twitter: "Scientists have managed to revive a dead pig's brain using artificial blood ....watch out for #ZombiePigs in future!!"

“Scientists partly restore activity in dead-big brains hours after being beheaded — The pig's brains, partly revived, were neither alive nor conscious https://t.co/CfWVmArDzy”

Alfons López Tena #FBPE on Twitter: "Scientists partly restore activity in dead-big brains hours after being beheaded — The pig's brains, partly revived, were neither alive nor conscious https://t.co/CfWVmArDzy"

“Tomorrow’s news: “Scientists place Zombie Pig Brain & 3D Heart Inside ‘Killer Robot’ Body because ‘Why the Hell Not?’“ https://t.co/OHiGQH2FIB”

Greg Lukianoff on Twitter: "Tomorrow’s news: “Scientists place Zombie Pig Brain & 3D Heart Inside ‘Killer Robot’ Body because ‘Why the Hell Not?’“ https://t.co/OHiGQH2FIB"