"Technique of reanimation", 1955

reanimation

Before James Lovelock conceptualised the world as a single organism (the Gaia hypothesis), he would spend his lab hours freezing hamsters into solid blocks of ice before reanimating them.

Image from The physiology of induced hypothermia: proceedings of a symposium, 28-29 October 1955

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