The Vivisected Engineer

The Vivisected Engineer combined with David by Michelangelo Though studied for centuries in various cultures, the fields of anatomy and experimental physiology began to progress around 300 B.C. Scientific studies involving the vivisection and dissection of animals including those conducted by notable scientists such as Aristotle, Galen, and Vesalius. While Greek law prohibited the dissection … Continue reading The Vivisected Engineer

Byron… Shelly… Ozymandias

Ozymandias by Percy Bysshe Shelley has been part of some controversy since its creation in 1818, believed to be a moral story of the fall of rulers, but also about the inevitable fall of the “illustrious” Lord Byron. Even David had referred to his father as the illustrious Sir Peter Weyland whom he struggles to acquire … Continue reading Byron… Shelly… Ozymandias