Sunday, January 15, 2006


So, last night Sue, Nick, Jocelyn and I went to the Franklin Institute to see Gunther Von Hagens' Bodyworlds exhibit. Basically, it consisted of really amazing dissections of bodies preserved using a plasticine process invented by Dr Von Hagens. Several cadavers were in crazy poses like a guy playing basketball, an archer, a dancer, and a horse and rider rearing up. Other bodies were dissected in unique ways like a person opened up vertically and a family of bodies with only their blood vessels showing. The museum was way too crowded, but it was fun to see.

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