Sometime recent (I forget when, I'm pretty sure it was between 2000-2002 though) a doctor conducted a long surgery on 2 baboons. He wished to see if they would function with different bodies, so he basically killed both monkeys by cutting off their heads, and put one of them on the other baboons body (not quite sure what he did with the other head =/). The monkey with the new body actually woke up. He responded to movements, and could follow a persons finger with his eyes (he was paralyzed from the neck down). He even bit the doctors hand when it was too close. So I was thinking about this, and wondered if he actually remembered anything, or if he was the equivelent of a newborn. Did he remember the surgery, or anything of his life before? So I was wondering, if this was attempted on a human, would the same thing happen? Anatomically, humans and baboons are very similar. So could humans feasibly change bodies? I don't think any congress would appprove of any testing in this area, but what do you think?