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  1. Trevor Trevor says:

    If you can t cope with the idea of death without a hearty dose of euphemism this probably isn t going to be the book for you.When I became an archivist at the City of Melbourne a very dear friend of mine became a technician at the city Morgue I figured at the time he had watched a couple of episodes too many of Quincy M.E and that he would find a normal job eventually It is probably 15 years since I stopped being an archivist my friend still cuts up dead people for a living A few weeks a If you can t cope with the idea of death without a hearty dose of euphemism this probably isn t going to be the book for you.When I became an archivist at the City of Melbourne a very dear friend of mine became a technician at the city Morgue I figured at the time he had watched a couple of episodes too many of Quincy M.E and that he would find a normal job eventually It is probably 15 years since I stopped being an archivist my friend still cuts up dead people for a living A few weeks after he started work I asked him how it was all going and he replied, Good, yeah, I can even eat spaghetti now Sometimes it is best not to ask.This book is a bit of a career guide for those of us who are post life There are a remarkable number of interesting things one can get up to after life Many of these choices are presented in this book in an up close and personal way that I particularly enjoyed I m a fairly robust character, but there were many moments when I made involuntary noises during this book The swallowed fly was a case in point and by far the worst The noise I made was loud enough and distressing enough for my daughters to ask what was the matter they didn t ask again.Part of my friend s job involves removing people s brains this is also described in some detail here The problem is that once the brain has been removed you can t really pop it back from whence it came so instead it is placed in the chest cavity This means the head needs to be packed and generally this is done with newspaper One of the decisions made by those putting you back together again is which newspaper would seem most appropriate for you I assume in these days of obsessive Orwellian Double Speak the corpses are called clients or customers or something equally ridiculous although I wish it was after Waugh and they were called Loved Ones I really don t mind what happens to me once I m dead I figure I m going to be busy enough explaining to God why He doesn t exist to be worried about what happens to my body but I must admit that spending eternity with my head stuffed with a Murdoch rag does seem to be a punishment disproportionate to any crime I have committed whilst alive


  2. Miranda Reads Miranda Reads says:

    Fascinating, touching and surprisingly wholesome considering it s about dead bodies Many people will find this book disrespectful There is nothing amusing about being dead, they will say Ah, but there is. Mary Roach brings cadavers into a whole new, sometimes painfully bright, light We follow her as she attends autopsies and medical discussions We learn what happens to bodies as they decompose on the field, under the field and in so, so many places The way I see it, being dead is not te Fascinating, touching and surprisingly wholesome considering it s about dead bodies Many people will find this book disrespectful There is nothing amusing about being dead, they will say Ah, but there is. Mary Roach brings cadavers into a whole new, sometimes painfully bright, light We follow her as she attends autopsies and medical discussions We learn what happens to bodies as they decompose on the field, under the field and in so, so many places The way I see it, being dead is not terribly far off from being on a cruise ship Most of your time is spent lying on your back. We get a bit of a history lesson with the sordid tales associated with body snatching and the early medicine s need for atomically correct models We even go so far back as ancient Egypt and their secret honey recipe you will never look at honey in the same way trust me.This is one book you d have to bedying to miss out on Death It doesn t have to be boring. YouTube Blog Instagram Twitter Snapchat miranda.reads Happy Reading


  3. Dan Schwent Dan Schwent says:

    Mary Roach writes about what happens when you donate your body to science Hilarity ensues Well, maybe not hilarity but it is a good dose of edutainment.Way back around the time the earth s crust cooled and life spread across the planet, late 1994 or early 1995, I should think, I visited a chiropractic college with the rest of my Advanced Biology class This trip was memorable to me for three reasons 1 It was the first time I experienced an excruciating caffeine withdrawal headache2 It was th Mary Roach writes about what happens when you donate your body to science Hilarity ensues Well, maybe not hilarity but it is a good dose of edutainment.Way back around the time the earth s crust cooled and life spread across the planet, late 1994 or early 1995, I should think, I visited a chiropractic college with the rest of my Advanced Biology class This trip was memorable to me for three reasons 1 It was the first time I experienced an excruciating caffeine withdrawal headache2 It was the first time I saw a human cadaver3 I smoked five of my classmates playing pool in the student lounge at lunch.Obviously, 2 is the one pertinent to this review, although I am still quite proud of 3 The cadaver I saw had its face covered and its skin looked shriveled, somewhat like beef jerky My 17 year old mind briefly wondered where the man had come from before my hormone fueled brain returned my attention to the nubile young ladies in the room Anyway, let s get down to review business.Mary Roach manages to take a subject that give many people the heebie jeebies, donating one s remains to science, and makes it humorous at times She covers such topics as learning surgical techniques via practicing on cadavers, human decomposition, ingesting human remains for medicinal purpose, using corpses in car crash tests, using cadavers for ballistics tests, crucifixion experiments, and even head transplants.While it s not ideal meal time reading, I didn t find it as stomach churning as some reviewers did The talk of decomposition and quack remedies of the Middle ages were fascinating and I was really interested in the head and brain transplant experiments Frankenstein s monster doesn t seem as unrealistic as it did yesterday.Apparently, necrophilia is only illegal in 16 states Imagine if that was one of your criteria when choosing a place to live Honey, I d love to live in Florida but then we couldn t have our sexy parties Actually, the funeral bits were also pretty enlightening Did you know they have to suture the anus shut to keep nastiness from leaking out during a funeral Or that dead people can fart from gas trapped in their intestines Or that they insert special caps underneath the eyelids to keep them from suddenly opening Fascinating stuff.Stiff is a very interesting read for those interested in what happens when you donate your body to science, softened somewhat by Roach s sense of humor Three easy stars


  4. Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin says:

    Omg and Grossness I made the mistake of trying to eat a bit while reading this Just no And then a part where they talk about left over skin being used for wrinkle stuff and something to do with penises I didn t even look up the word they used Although, now, if a penis was ever whipped out somewhere, I would have to wonder if that penis had something to do with cadaver skin I did have to skip over stuff due to my ewww reflex But there is a lot of stuff I learned that I had no idea about T Omg and Grossness I made the mistake of trying to eat a bit while reading this Just no And then a part where they talk about left over skin being used for wrinkle stuff and something to do with penises I didn t even look up the word they used Although, now, if a penis was ever whipped out somewhere, I would have to wonder if that penis had something to do with cadaver skin I did have to skip over stuff due to my ewww reflex But there is a lot of stuff I learned that I had no idea about There is a lot of historical stuff too And the cadaver drive test dummies I can t even So if you re one that is going to donate your organs, just know that no part of your body will go to waste Well, most of it Mel


  5. Tung Tung says:

    In my nonfiction phase during the year, I grabbed this one and after finishing it, regretted its purchase The book is about medical use of corpses and the human body, present day and in the past The subject matter is extremely interesting, and some of the methods, tests, and history behind human body experiments is worth the read The book makes you want to be an organ donor, or want to donate your body to medical science The problem is that the author is one of the WORST writers I have ever In my nonfiction phase during the year, I grabbed this one and after finishing it, regretted its purchase The book is about medical use of corpses and the human body, present day and in the past The subject matter is extremely interesting, and some of the methods, tests, and history behind human body experiments is worth the read The book makes you want to be an organ donor, or want to donate your body to medical science The problem is that the author is one of the WORST writers I have ever read to the extent that every time I picked up the book I got angry I only finished the book because my OCD made me finish it because I d already started it The two irritating aspects of the book are 1 Roach would spend a few pages describing something fascinating and then ruin it all by throwing in the snarkiest comment imaginable For example, she d discuss how feet are used by scientists, and then throw in a comment about her stinky socks 2 A few years ago, a friend saw a movie about the roads to concentration camps at the Tribeca Film Festival that was atrocious because the director stuck himself into the film and made himself part of the story That s what this author does for the whole friggin book Just awful


  6. Will Byrnes Will Byrnes says:

    Laugh out loud funny is the way to go if you want to learnthan you realized might be worth knowing about dead bodies It made me greatly disposed to finding out what else Roach has written, before I become a subject for studies like this one And here are reviews of what we found Grunt Gulp Packing for Mars Spook Laugh out loud funny is the way to go if you want to learnthan you realized might be worth knowing about dead bodies It made me greatly disposed to finding out what else Roach has written, before I become a subject for studies like this one And here are reviews of what we found Grunt Gulp Packing for Mars Spook


  7. Matthew Matthew says:

    First read of 2017 complete It was a good one 4.5 stars.Who knew that a book about what happens to our bodies after we die could be so interesting This book covers everything to the horrific to the incredibly fascinating This book may not be for the squeamish, but I think Roach did a great job combining information and humor in a respectful manner to make iteasily accessible to a wider audience.I recently helped to prepare a funeral plan for my Mother She is still alive, but it was s First read of 2017 complete It was a good one 4.5 stars.Who knew that a book about what happens to our bodies after we die could be so interesting This book covers everything to the horrific to the incredibly fascinating This book may not be for the squeamish, but I think Roach did a great job combining information and humor in a respectful manner to make iteasily accessible to a wider audience.I recently helped to prepare a funeral plan for my Mother She is still alive, but it was suggested that we prepare ahead of time to make sure that all wishes are met and there is no scrambling when the event happens to figure out what is wanted and where the money comes from less stressful for all After reading this book, I am not saying I will go back and change any of our decisions, but it definitely gave me a lot of thinking points I would not have considered and may have had an affect on how my decision making went if I had read this before the planning took place.After death the inanimate body lives on and something has to be done with it read this if you want to knowSide note This is my second Mary Roach I also read Gulp Adventures on the Alimentary Canal and I liked this one a bit better


  8. Kemper Kemper says:

    Mary Roach details a lot of uses for human cadavers in this book, but she missed a major one As Weekend At Bernies taught us, you can always use the corpse of your boss to scam your way into a free weekend at a beach house That scientific research is all well and good, but there s nothing in here at all about the best ways to simulate a life like corpse for your own selfish purposes I learnedfrom Andrew McCarthy than I did reading this Ah, but seriously folks This is the second book I Mary Roach details a lot of uses for human cadavers in this book, but she missed a major one As Weekend At Bernies taught us, you can always use the corpse of your boss to scam your way into a free weekend at a beach house That scientific research is all well and good, but there s nothing in here at all about the best ways to simulate a life like corpse for your own selfish purposes I learnedfrom Andrew McCarthy than I did reading this Ah, but seriously folks This is the second book I ve read by Roach, and I admire the way that she can take touchy and gross subjects like corpses in this one or human feces in Packing for Mars, treat them seriously but still manage to keep a sense of humor about them While she always has one eye on the science, she never uses it to shield out the normal human responses, and this allows her to provide a clear eyed account of the uses and disposal of the dead One of my favorite parts involved Roach asking someone how heads were removed from cadavers for surgical practices and was told that one woman in the lab removed them all She later met the woman who actually did the chopping and Roach admits that all she could think was, You cut off heads So we get treated to a gory set of stories about how science uses corpses in a variety of ways including the study of impacts for the auto industry, how a brain dead woman s organs are removed by a transplant team, and a field of bodies left to rot for forensic research We also get an overview of how science has used or misused bodies to advance both legitimate research and outright quackery in the past There s also a long section reflecting on the best way to dispose of human remains since traditional burials and cremations are costly, environmentally harmful and wasteful.While I found this really interesting and enjoyed Roach s writing and approach, there were times when this book completely disgusted me, and I ve got a pretty high tolerance for gore One section about the history of various mad scientists grafting severed heads of dogs and monkeys onto other dogs and monkeys and actually managing to keep them alive for some time was almost too much, and I kind of wished she would have left that chapter out.Still, this was a really interesting book I just wouldn t try to eat a plate of lasagna while reading it


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    Morbid ish Plenty interesting Scary How would a person wind up somewhere where bodies are studied in their putrefaction ways Is that even mildly respectful I m not built for that, that s for sure But it s an interesting read, nonetheless It could be read with muchfun on public transport along with books wrapped in fake covers saying all kind of demented apocryphal stuff such asProctological delights , Sacrificing virgins it s actually real Sacrificing Virgins 101 penisMorbid ish Plenty interesting Scary How would a person wind up somewhere where bodies are studied in their putrefaction ways Is that even mildly respectful I m not built for that, that s for sure But it s an interesting read, nonetheless It could be read with muchfun on public transport along with books wrapped in fake covers saying all kind of demented apocryphal stuff such asProctological delights , Sacrificing virgins it s actually real Sacrificing Virgins 101 penis lenghthening tips it s almost real Penis Pumping 101 Best Penis Pumping Tips for Beginners, 101 Penis Lengthening Tips You Can Do at Home, the Office, or on the Go, Penis Genius The Best Tips and Tricks for Working His Stick, How to Make Your Penis Bigger The Proven Natural Penis Enlargement Guide for Men Quick Easy Exercises, Tips Techniques to Grow Your Penis Bigger Penis, Penis Enlargement Exercises, Kagel and a bunch, How to rule the universe without attracting the attention of the psychiatrists , Where one can wash on the underground , So, you have leprosy, what next close Do Diapers Give You Leprosy What Every Parent Should Know About Bringing Up Babies , Ritual Satanism close Out of Darkness Exploring Satanism and Ritual Abuse Human taxidermy close Still Life Adventures in Taxidermy, Personal Taxidermy, The Warmth of the Taxidermied Animal, Taxidermy Art A Rogue s Guide to The Work, The Culture, and How to Do It Yourself I m scared There are dozens of books on home taxidermy , goshy gosh , Chess and sex edu for teens this one s even better Sex Ed for the Undead The First Ever Zombie Sex Position Book , Hiding your boner from God close Hiding Your Erection from GOD , How to tell you wife you re a serial killer , Boobs and how to grow them How to drink daily, smoke weed, fuck random people, stop worrying and influence people and some real books with eye boggling headingsHow to Avoid a Wombat s Bum How to Avoid a Wombat s Bum How to avoid huge ships How to Avoid Huge Ships Do It Yourself Brain Surgery Do It Yourself Brain Surgery How to avoid sex How to Avoid Sex How to Tell If Your Cat Is Plotting to Kill You How to Tell If Your Cat Is Plotting to Kill You Confessions of a Pagan Nun Confessions of a Pagan Nun Greek rural postmen and their cancellation numbers Greek Rural Postmen and Their Cancellation Numbers the whole lot about the nude mice Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Nude Mice, Scanticon, Aarhus, Denmark, October 11th October 13th, 1973,Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Nude Mice, Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana, September 6 9, 1979, Immunology of Nude Mice, Nude Mice And Other Medical Writing Terms You Need to Know Six Legged Sex The Erotic Lives Of Bugs Six Legged Sex The Erotic Lives of Bugs The Sex Lives of Saints An Erotics of Ancient Hagiography The Sex Lives of Saints An Erotics of Ancient Hagiography How To Shit In The Woods How to Shit in the Woods An Environmentally Sound Approach to a Lost Art Where No One Can Hear You Scream Where No One Can Hear You Scream Murder and Assault in the Wicklow Mountains How To Shit Around the World How to Shit Around the World The Art of Staying Clean and Healthy While Traveling Old Tractors and the Men Who Love Them Old Tractors and the Men Who Love Them How to Keep Your Tractors Happy and Your Family Running Big And Very Big Hole Drilling Proctology Treasure Proctology Treasure Living with Crazy Buttocks Living with Crazy Buttocks Teaching the dog to read Teaching the Dog to Read Teaching the dog to think Teaching the Dog to Think How to Tell Your Friends from the Apes How To Tell Your Cat About Trump HOW TO TELL YOUR WIFE OR GIRLFRIEND THAT YOU ARE A CROSSDRESSER Ass eating made simple Ass Eating Made Simple and other fun stuff This book might enrich that legendary list Yes, I admit I collect weird stuff like this


  10. Kelly (and the Book Boar) Kelly (and the Book Boar) says:

    Find all of my reviews atCadavers are our superheroes They brave fire without flinching, withstand falls from tall buildings and head on car crashes into walls You can fire a gun at them or run a speedboat over their legs, and it will not faze them Their heads can be removed with no deleterious effect They can be in six places at onceIf you know me, you already know that I have a different sort of relationship with the dead You know, the kind where Find all of my reviews atCadavers are our superheroes They brave fire without flinching, withstand falls from tall buildings and head on car crashes into walls You can fire a gun at them or run a speedboat over their legs, and it will not faze them Their heads can be removed with no deleterious effect They can be in six places at onceIf you know me, you already know that I have a different sort of relationship with the dead You know, the kind where you dress them upand play offensive hilarious games with themObviously once I heard about Stiff it had to go right to the top of my TBR In all honesty, I was expecting something just a smidgeentertaining than my high school biology book You know, the kind of book only a morbid weirdo like myself could truly enjoy To say I was pleasantly surprised is the understatement of the year.Most of us are already familiar with the potential a cadaver has to continue on after his expiration dateStiff takes it to a whole new level, covering just about every potential career one can have after deathYes, please.As well as tackling everything from burial to composting as a potential disposal method Not to mention dealing with thetaboo subjects that relate to the deadAs a bonus, all of the above subject matter was written about with such charm and humor that I found myself LOLing for real at times Mary Roach is the type of gal I d like to have a drink with Not only was she able to write about stiffs with a sense of humor, she also shamelessly owned up to her own oddities I ask whether he thinks it s bad that I like the smell, which I don t really, or maybe just a little He replies that it is neither bad nor good, just morbidIf reading a smart people book a k a non fiction is something you d like to doof, Stiff The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers is one I d highly recommend


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  • Paperback
  • 314 pages
  • Stiff: Kehidupan Ganjil Mayat Manusia
  • Mary Roach
  • Indonesian
  • 09 May 2019
  • 9791275084

About the Author: Mary Roach

Mary Roach is the author of the Ganjil Mayat ePUB ´ New York Times bestsellers STIFF The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers GULP Adventures on the Alimentary Canal, PACKING FOR MARS The Curious Science of Life in the Void and BONK The Curious Coupling of Science and Sex Her most recent book, Stiff: Kehidupan Kindle - GRUNT The Curious Science of Humans at War, is out in June Mary has written for National Geographic, Wired, Discover, New Scientist, the Journal of Clinical Anatomy, and Outside, among others She serves as a member of the Mars Institute s Advisory Board and the Usage Panel of Kehidupan Ganjil Mayat PDF/EPUB è American Heritage Dictionary Her TED talk made the organization s Twenty Most Watched To Date list She was the guest editor of the Best American Science and Nature Writing, a finalist for the Royal Society Winton Prize, and a winner of the American Engineering Societies Engineering Journalism Award, in a category for which, let s be honest, she was the sole entrant.