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« Reply #6 on: February 12, 2013, 06:05:50 AM »


07. Erection and ejaculation



When the heart ceases to drive the body to the blood, it is accumulated in all areas of the body that are at the bottom. Sometimes people die standing up, and sometimes – lying face down. Probably anyone here have enough capacity to orient in space, to understand what kind of accumulation of blood that would condone. Meanwhile, the relaxation of muscles after death, which was mentioned, does not last forever. Certain types of muscle cells are activated by calcium ions. Once activated, the cells consume energy, deriving from a calcium ions. After the death of the membrane becomes more permeable to calcium, and the cells do not spend on the ejection of ions out so much energy, so the muscles contract. This leads to rigor mortis, and can cause ejaculation. So really it is. Now, let’s no longer going to come back to this.

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« Reply #7 on: February 12, 2013, 06:06:17 AM »

08. The movement of the muscles



Even if the brain has died, the remaining parts of the nervous system can remain active. The nurses reported their observations of reflexes, implying the transfer of nerve signals in the spinal cord, not brain, which leads to a post-mortem muscle cramps and spasms. Some even say that they saw the death of the surface motion of the chest.
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« Reply #8 on: February 12, 2013, 06:06:36 AM »

09. Vocalization



Our bodies are in essence – the bags of gas and liquid, supported by the bones (which are also filled with liquid). Decay occurs when the bacteria are taken to work, and the share of gas increases. Because we carry most of the bacteria in our body, the amount of gas inside increases. We have presented a variety of ways in which it emerges. One is a path through the trachea. As rigor mortis extends to the muscles that are responsible for the operation of the vocal cords, all taken together leads to a rather eerie sounds emanating from non-living bodies. People hear wafting from the dead moaning, sighs and squeaks, but I do not understand why they remain in place to confirm that published their body is actually dead, instead of what would have wet his pants and flee for their lives.
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« Reply #9 on: February 12, 2013, 06:06:56 AM »

10. Childbearing



Good God. The worst scene from “Twilight” and next to it was not. At a time when people are dead like flies, a number of women dying during pregnancy, and sometimes – when it was too cold to bring them to the ground. This has created a charming notion: “to give birth in a coffin.” Accumulate within the body of the gases in conjunction with the softening of the tissue was drawn, as mentioned, the expulsion of the fetus (non-viable, approx. from the body. Such cases were rare, and overgrown with a lot of speculation, but documented in the days when there was no corresponding embalming and rapid burial. Sounds like something from a book by Edgar Allan Poe, but this really took place. And this is another argument in favor of all of us rejoice that we live in today’s world.
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