Re: Gassing: A letter from the experts. (Score: 1) by andyangyh on Thursday, June 26 @ 19:41:56 EDT (User Info | Send a Message)
Ah yes - Professor whose whole life has been dedicated to using and researching anaesthetics has, obviously, no idea what he is talking about. Bloke down the pub who talked to a man who met a guy on a campsite somewhere who had heard of someone being gassed must be right. "A gas to keep you asleep is much easier than a gas to put u (sic) to sleep". Brilliant! Why didn't the Prof think of that? Goofy - a Nobel prize awaits.
I also have a friend who is an anaethetist who falls about laughing at the idea of these so called "gas attacks". All those years of training and he is being out-thought by a bunch of low-lifes so well qualified that they have to make a living by breaking into campervans. Or, as my vet asks - "Where are all the dead dogs then?" The amount of gas needed to stupefy a spaniel is tiny compared to that needed to send a human to sleep. If the average canine inhaled even a fraction of the dose we are led to believe is being pumped into vehicles throughtout Europe he'd be dead on the second intake of breath. So the owners doze while Fido croaks. Only.....er.......he doesn't. Odd - isn't it?