I cannot imagine how the scientists can deal with the putrid smells of decomposed flesh and the stench of burnt flesh. It Is satisfying to know the forensic anthropologist go to great length in serving mankind. They gave voices to the wrongful dead and allow them to tell the true story. The research left me with both revolting and admiration feelings. As a donor myself, I am happy with the thought that my body is still useful post mortem.
If donating my body to science could help to further advance in knowledge of natural science, I would be ore satisfied than let it uselessly decay into the abyss. Without the donors, humankind would have rarely advanced in knowledge, and it would have denied us from understanding natural science as we know today. It is fascinating to know the forensic anthropologists could uncover a lot of mysteries from the death base on skeletons study. The human skeletons are known as a hardest part of the body and as important as the nerve system, heart, and other internal organs.
I have always Hough bones as hard solid substance, In fact beneath the surface they are more Like sponges, with a lot of alarm pockets. This makes bones very strong and light. Without seeing the documentary, I wouldn't know the answers are In the bones, once the blood have been blushed away. By doing research about the transition of the bones under the fire, the forensics also know the differences of the burns patterns. From there, they can help the medical examiners with the testimony to uncover the cause of the death. There are so much to learn from bones!
I was amazed that actual Body Farm exist for anthropologists to learn and conduct researches on real human bodies to advance scientific knowledge and assist law enforcement in crime fighting techniques. I have full respect for the scientists and the generous donors whose contribution help to the success of Body Farm. Body Farm By cataleptic beautiful forensic anthropologist, and I thought it only exists in fiction. The documentary proved to me that the human decomposition research facilities really exists, and its use for science was amazing.
Initially, I thought this movie was not for did not bring me a pleasant feeling. I cannot imagine how the scientists can deal with the putrid smells of decomposed flesh and the stench of burnt flesh. It is thought bones as hard solid substance, in fact beneath the surface they are more like sponges, with a lot of air pockets. This makes bones very strong and light. Without seeing the documentary, I wouldn't know the answers are in the bones, once the to advance scientific knowledge and assist law enforcement in crime fighting