This Biotech Company Has Been Given The All-Clear To Reanimate The Brains Of The Dead

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Image: Helena Toscano
Image: Helena Toscano

In Frankenstein, the novel by Mary Shelley, a young man becomes enraptured with the natural sciences. One thing in particular calls his attention: life, what is it, and where does it go when we die?

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Image: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Before we even get down to the gruesome way that turned out, Frankenstein the scientist sets out a warning. He insists that he won’t share his secret lest it lead the reader down a similar path of destruction to the one that he journeyed.

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Image: via Reanima

Apparently, however, not everyone got the memo. That said, you can’t blame people for wanting to raise the dead – regaining lost loved ones, great men and women and those “gone too soon.”

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