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Imagine a world without DNA profiling serial killers on a killing spree rapists raping like if it were the last discharge of their lifetime and thieves taking everyones belongings This world would be onechaotic universe all of humanity dodging bullets and running for their lives and drugs everywhere likethe ones in violent video gamesbut in reality Luckily for humankind the guiltless half DNA profiling was invented In 1986 DNA profiling fortunately changed the crime solving system which resulted in exonerating the falsely accused convicting more criminals and preventing more crimes from happening One can only imagine how many criminals got away with infraction before the DNA profiling fad Many crimes went unsolved for centuries due to the lack of technology Even without todays sophisticated technology scientist fromcenturies ago were trying to figure out the master plan of how to incriminate the guilty The Chinese were one of the firsts to apply forensics into crime solving using animals pigs to experiment and analyze the story of a woman who was suspected of killing and burning her husband While the woman affirmed her husband had died in an accidental fire authorities didnt buy her story when they noticed the cadaver had no signs of ashes inside his mouth Two pigs were put at test one burnt alive and one burnt dead concluding that the dead pig had no ashes in its mouth and the pig that was burnt alive did The outcome of the experiment was enough proof to determine that the husband was already dead when he was burnt Once the woman knew about the experiment and its results she declared her guilt Saferstein Not to mention scientists had no intention to stop there they kept working to find greater ways of crime solving Along with the pig experiment the Chinese were also some of
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