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24 JUN: A grieving father has cycled more than a thousand miles to hear his deceased daughter’s heartbeat. Bill Conner shed tears while using a stethoscope to hear the heart of his organ donor daughter beating inside Loumonth Jack's chest. Mr Jack had been told he had just days to live after suffering a heart attack. Mr Conner said: "Knowing he's alive because of Abbey, Abbey is alive inside of him - it's her heart having him stand up straight”. Abbey was found unconscious in a swimming pool in January while on holiday. She was kept her on life support until doctors could use her organs for transplants. Mr Conner said that Abbey made the decision to be an organ donor when aged only 16. Read more: #OrganDonation #Donation #Organ #Science #SavingLives #Heart #Transplant #BBCShorts #BBCNews @bbcnews
Death Jump! Franz Reichelt jumps off the Eiffel Tower! فرنز ریشلت، یک خیاط بود که کت چتر نجات را اختراع کرده بود و در سال ۱۹۱۲ برای آزمایشش خود را با آن از برج ایفل به پایین پرتاب کرد که باعث مرگش شد. او گفته بود که ابتدا یک عروسک آزمایشی را با آن امتحان خواهد کرد اما خودش با آن به پایین پرید! . Credit : British Pathé ___________________ #PicoPlay #Science #Technology #jump #علم #تکنولوژی #پیکوپلی #چترنجات #ایفل
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