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The Science Behind Human Decapitation (10 pics)

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  • 13 Mar, 2015  |
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Death by decapitation is one brutal way to end a life but it's an execution style which is a common part of human history. When the human head is separated from its body some pretty interesting things happen from a biological standpoint and you're about to find out exactly what they are.

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№1 Author: kryptor (13 Mar 2015 04:29) Total user comments: 4700


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If the definition of a criminal is someone who breaks the law.

Doesn't it seem absurd to think that simply making more laws
will somehow produce less criminals?
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№2 Author: ShaneobiOne (13 Mar 2015 10:19) Total user comments: 518


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kryptor,

whilte it's a logically good question, the consequence of it would be, that the best country is an anarchistic one, because with no laws the criminality rate drops to null...
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№3 Author: saint357 (13 Mar 2015 13:27) Total user comments: 2366


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yea there's the answer.
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№4 Author: Aindy (13 Mar 2015 13:50) Total user comments: 2863


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ShaneobiOne,
I think that is far too much of a generalisation. You can have so many laws that they intefere with each other and slow beauracracy down to a snails pace. Changing old laws is harder than imposing new ones, and there used to be a lot of crazy laws..... and many of them are still in effect.

For example, it is legal for earls and dukes of britain to go fox hunting on any farm in ireland without prior notice or compensation for crops or livestock damaged. This was a law passed by an earl in the 1700s when ireland was still occupied by england. Becoming an independent and free country did not change this law, and people who try to change it get threatened both legally and physically.

This is just one example of thousands. We all know the major laws, but there are so many that one needs to hire a professional to explain what laws do exist.
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№5 Author: Tomaz86 (13 Mar 2015 15:42) Total user comments: 10832


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Thank you for information.
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№6 Author: maq2233 (13 Mar 2015 17:13) Total user comments: 18


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ahh :13:
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№7 Author: LewisJones (14 Mar 2015 20:40) Total user comments: 2125


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kryptor,
you see this nonsense with gun laws constantly.
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