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1st double arm transplant
Posted 5/18/09 , edited 5/18/09
no arms ;D
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Posted 5/25/09
thats amazing
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Posted 5/25/09

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No link? Fake lulz.

Jk, gimme link.


check the link

http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q=double+arm+trnsplant&btnG=Search+Images&gbv=2
Posted 10/2/09
Err yay...!
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Posted 10/2/09
I wonder how a farmer managed to get the money to pay for that type of surgery...Well, a bit weird for me, but he looks happy at least. I wonder how he managed to lose both arms in one shot.
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Posted 10/29/09
Wow, thats cool.
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Posted 10/29/09
has anyone seen both my arms? Im typing with my nose and tongue right now. and the keyboard is starting to smell.
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Posted 1/28/10 , edited 1/28/10
Im sorry but that's totally weird and scary.
I would not let him come three feet of me with those..



Belldandies wrote:

has anyone seen both my arms? Im typing with my nose and tongue right now. and the keyboard is starting to smell.


wtf?! LMFAOOOO
Posted 1/28/10
Theres a bright future ahead...
Posted 1/28/10 , edited 1/28/10
To think, 10 years ago this was not possible at all without complications...but thanks to the advances in medical science, we'll probably be seeing full body transplants in another 10 or 20 years...

On a side note, the human skull stops growing at age 8; and you know, I wouldn't be surprised if there were more than a few old rich folk out there making clones of them selves as we speak.
Posted 1/28/10

illincrux wrote:

To think, 10 years ago this was not possible at all without complications...but thanks to the advances in medical science, we'll probably be seeing full body transplants in another 10 or 20 years...

On a side note, the human skull stops growing at age 8; and you know, I wouldn't be surprised if there were more than a few old rich folk out there making clones of them selves as we speak.


Im waiting for the day when people become mechanized.
Posted 1/28/10

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illincrux wrote:

To think, 10 years ago this was not possible at all without complications...but thanks to the advances in medical science, we'll probably be seeing full body transplants in another 10 or 20 years...

On a side note, the human skull stops growing at age 8; and you know, I wouldn't be surprised if there were more than a few old rich folk out there making clones of them selves as we speak.


Im waiting for the day when people become mechanized.


Actually, computers need to go organic since we're hitting some major brick walls with the current materials that we're using. Hence the reason why so many cpus being released have multiple cores... Although eventually they'll have to go quantum, in which a single cpu the size of a sugar crystal will be as fast as all the computers in the world combined...cybernetic humans like in ghost in the shell, will always stay fictional I'm sorry to say. XD

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_computer
Posted 1/28/10

illincrux wrote:


MrMelancholy wrote:


illincrux wrote:

To think, 10 years ago this was not possible at all without complications...but thanks to the advances in medical science, we'll probably be seeing full body transplants in another 10 or 20 years...

On a side note, the human skull stops growing at age 8; and you know, I wouldn't be surprised if there were more than a few old rich folk out there making clones of them selves as we speak.


Im waiting for the day when people become mechanized.


Actually, computers need to go organic since we're hitting some major brick walls with the current materials that we're using. Hence the reason why so many cpus being released have multiple cores... Although eventually they'll have to go quantum, in which a single cpu the size of a sugar crystal will be as fast as all the computers in the world combined...cybernetic humans like in ghost in the shell, will always stay fictional I'm sorry to say. XD

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_computer


Im not hoping for fully mechanized humans (computer brain), just replaced organs, replaced limbs, and reinforced bone structure.
Posted 1/28/10 , edited 1/28/10

MrMelancholy wrote:


illincrux wrote:


MrMelancholy wrote:


illincrux wrote:

To think, 10 years ago this was not possible at all without complications...but thanks to the advances in medical science, we'll probably be seeing full body transplants in another 10 or 20 years...

On a side note, the human skull stops growing at age 8; and you know, I wouldn't be surprised if there were more than a few old rich folk out there making clones of them selves as we speak.


Im waiting for the day when people become mechanized.


Actually, computers need to go organic since we're hitting some major brick walls with the current materials that we're using. Hence the reason why so many cpus being released have multiple cores... Although eventually they'll have to go quantum, in which a single cpu the size of a sugar crystal will be as fast as all the computers in the world combined...cybernetic humans like in ghost in the shell, will always stay fictional I'm sorry to say. XD

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_computer


Im not hoping for fully mechanized humans (computer brain), just replaced organs, replaced limbs, and reinforced bone structure.


Actually, just recently this one scientist (who's name escapes me), discovered the gene that is responsible for tissue regeneration. She placed the gene a few mice and pretty much went to town on removing various limbs and organs from them. Surprisingly, they all grew back (even the heart) except for the brain...obviously!

As far as reinforced bone goes, you can actually make your bones stronger than steel via bone conditioning exercises...Many martial artists do it by beating them selves with sticks. But the best and most effective way is to use something that vibrates at high velocities on your bones, which tricks them into becoming stronger much faster and much more evenly.

lol, i think i need sleep.

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Posted 4/18/10
the third arm is what counts
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