Anatomy for Beginners

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Anatomy for Beginners

Hi All,

Anyone being watching anatomy for Beginners on Channel 4?

It is certainly a step up from the standard animal disections, though after the skin was removed the body didn't look much like a humban any more...

Why did it come off so easily?

Still, it was only the first episode that was a bit yick.

What do you think about it?

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I think i'm gonnna puke... 7

I think i'm gonnna puke... 7 meters of intenstine...and all that poo...

EWWW

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tastes better than it looks...

I know the inside of a person can be kinda rough for the squeamish.

I personally find that Soylent Green tastes pretty good. Nothing more tasty than a nicely prepared human. Biggrin

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What!?!?!?!

What?!?

This sounds so cool! Darn that FCC.

Most skin comes off pretty easily from mammals and non-mammals. You can essentially skin anything with a pair of scissors. Most people think of a scalpel or other knife when they hear "skinning", but my anatomy prof can remove the skin from a cadaver cleaner and about twice as fast with scissors than with a blade.

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That's on my "to-rent" list o

That's on my "to-rent" list on NetFlix. I had guessed what the secret ingredient was, but... ::)

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