“Bodies were slammed, smashed and thrown from deceleration sleds by grateful grad students who were no longer subjected to the same tests themselves. At testing’s height in 1966, cadavers were used once a month. The data they gathered was used to write the ‘Wayne State Tolerance Curve,’ still used to this day to calculate the amount of force required to cause head injuries in a car crash.” That crash test dummy looks pretty real. A little too real. Jalopnik: How Dead Bodies Save Lives Every Day on the Road. (Instead of donating my body to science, I’ve arranged to have it donated it to political science where it will be used to determine how many presidential tweets a human can endure before its head explodes.)