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6th Aug 2017, 9:27 AM

Dainpdf

Sure, take a frog apart and it dies... Yet by dissecting it you may understand how it moves the way it does, how it works. Why it works.

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4th Mar 2018, 8:23 PM

Random Reader

AND you can use that knowledge to potentially keep other frogs alive! Lots of life-saving surgical procedures can also be summed up as "knowing the anatomy and putting together the broken pieces the way they're supposed to be."

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22nd Jun 2021, 6:05 PM

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Of course, if you dissect a frog, it's already dead from the start, otherwise it would be a vivisection. Chances are, though, that, if you vivisect a frog, it dies, too.
So basically, don't listen to Jack, at least not in the real world. Be curious, find out how stuff works and never accept "a wizard did it" as an answer. Except for when a wizard really did do it, I guess.

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29th Jun 2021, 10:32 PM

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