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British teen sentenced to electroacupuncture for crimes

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Freelancer1111    60

You mean a coma?

 

I don't know exactly what it's called in english, but I thought about the process of preserving them in sub-zero temperature areas.

 

Maybe you have seen Lockout, well there the prisoners are freezed in space, but I guess the process of cryopreservation could also be applied on earth.

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FlintyV    732

Put them into cryostasis, you don't kill them and yet they can't harm others :D

 

Only if it's ending is like Demolition Man. Then yes I agree.

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xendrome    4,213

I don't know exactly what it's called in english, but I thought about the process of preserving them in sub-zero temperature areas.

 

Maybe you have seen Lockout, well there the prisoners are freezed in space, but I guess the process of cryopreservation could also be applied on earth.

 

Problem is, all of that is fake and only in the movies, a chemical induced coma is real.

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Arachno 1D    7,991

Electric needles OK but they should turn the voltage up a bit till theyre smelling nice and crispy.

Back on a serious note the use of non-standard medical treatments i.e. acupuncture in lab tests has not been proved beyond reasonable doubt to make any improvement in the patients ailments beyond the placebo effect.

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Javik    3,947

In reality cryogenic storage causes ice crystals for form in the cells and damages them so it's probably going to be a fatal punishment if their brain survives the initial freezing :P

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