The Exhibition- saw that today and it was awesome...<br><br>13 human bodies preserved and dissected to show the intricate workings of the human body. <br><br>Also many other specimens including some spectacular ones you wouldn't believe. The complete blood vessel network of several organs... looked like complex red spider webs. Incredible !!<br><br>IF it comes to your city- DO NOT miss it.<br><br> BODIES <br><br> BODIES 2 <br><br><br>David (OFI)
Its at the Tropicana here in Vegas. This summer I ran a workshop for incoming freshman in biotechnology. On the last day of the workshop we had lunch down on the strip and went to this exhibit. It was fantastic.<br><br>By the way, if you have any kind of ID to show you are an educator, at any level, you get in free. How's that for an academic discount, drjohn? <br><br>
Disgusting! Hypernaked bodies in the flesh. Prurient! Where're Ashcroft's curtains when you need 'em! Close down the place and throw away the key.<br><br>But really, it was in Philly already, and I missed it. So sour grapes.<br><br>. . . . . Here's lookin' at [color:red]you</font color=red> kid.
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I wish I'd known about the Education discount, I could have qualified. PT-Instructor Georgia Perimiter College.<br><br>Oh well... great exhibit any way.<br><br>I hope it comes back to Philly or maybe Baltimore so you can see it YoYo. Don't miss it if you get a 2nd chance. <br><br>David (OFI)
We spent a good 2-3 hours there. Lots of bodies, lots of parts of bodies.<br><br>The technology of preservation itself is incredible. In some rooms they have complete circulatory systems intact without the rest of the body. Wow.<br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>How's that for an academic discount, drjohn?<p><hr></blockquote><p>Hmmm...deadbeats viewing the dead. Seems reasonable. <br>Unfortunately, it won't come to my city. Maybe Chicago...in which case I'll still miss it. Oh well, I can always conjure up memories of my school cadaver. <br><br>Old farts, the hidden caulk of civilization. Jim Atkinson<br>
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I think that one is different though looks just as fascinating.<br>This one was called Bodies - The Exhibition. at the links above.<br>I didn't see Boston as a current location... maybe this is a sequel or maybe a competitor. Either way very fascinating, Poly.<br><br>David (OFI)
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