File this in the "what the fuck" annals of mad science history: Back in the mid-twentieth century, Soviet scientists did a series of experiements where they kept a dog's severed head alive by connecting it to a machine. Dubbed an "autojector," the device supposedly supplied the dog head with "all that was needed for life." Environmental Graffiti has vintage footage of the dog head eating a piece of cheese, which plops out of its severed neck. Nice. [Environmental Graffiti]