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#131 - kuraithevision
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(07/15/2013) [-]
Test tube baby reminds me of Gattaca.
#181 to #131 - drailen
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#190 to #131 - ivoryhammer
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(07/15/2013) [-]
Science Fiction shows us the future.
#97 - priestoftheoldones
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(07/15/2013) [-]
Artificial heart? I can now become a galifreyan!
#92 - thepandaking
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(07/15/2013) [-]
test tube babies, functioning artificial hearts... we're gathering all the pieces we need for an army of clone cyborgs.
#85 - powerfapping
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(07/15/2013) [-]
I don't know how I feel about the first one. To me it seems like we'd be taking the first steps towards a world like that depicted in Gattaca . has anybody else seen that movie?
#133 to #85 - kuraithevision
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(07/15/2013) [-]
I should have seen your comment before I posted mine. It's happening man, and in 100 years natural babies are gonna have a **** life.
#62 - anon
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(07/15/2013) [-]
That first one makes me so happy, i've been waiting for this day. Finally we can get rid of all the ******* useless mental disabled people. No more severely mentally retarded people being leeches on everyone around them. Finally they can actually be a productive member of society. They're ******* parasites and I can't wait until we exterminate them. Well not really exterminate because we just wont allow any useless retards to be born.
#67 to #62 - beckilaa
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(07/15/2013) [-]
This response makes me sick that there are people like you in the world and you don't even have the guts to show who you are.

I agree that the first one is a good thing, it will decrease suffering from horrible genetic disease. However I do not agree with the way you expressed it. My brother is disabled and he has a job and contributes to society with volunteer work. I have worked with people like that for years and your views are disgusting and stupid, hopefully when that technology is widely available they will find a way to remove the gene that causes ridiculous views like yours.
#71 to #67 - anon
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Oh i'm sorry I didn't realize you can't ******* read. I'm only talking about SEVERELY mentally retarded people. The useless parasitic leeches in society. Those are the ones I hate. I hate them all but I can tolerate the less extreme cases even though they still piss me off. We need to eradicate them all and this will give us a chance to. No more retards, going to be a bright future,
#50 - ridiculiculous
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(07/15/2013) [-]
Oh Jeebus no.
Oh Jeebus no.
#25 - givemethesalt
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I don't mean to be a fun killer, but planarian worms and their regenerative abilities were known to science for a long time. In 1955 they did experiments that included exposing planarians to bright light and electric shocks and then they would cut them in half and let them regenerate. Once that was done they just exposed them to bright light, but they would react as if they were getting shocked. Similar experiment was done in 1962 where they would cut one worm into pieces and fed him to other planarians and they would also start reacting to bright light. The whole point of the experiment is that memory can be transferred chemically.
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#176 - anon
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(07/15/2013) [-]
it's too small
#171 - mrnappy
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#168 - rolex
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#159 - anon
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(07/15/2013) [-]
don't forget they cured cancer in mice
#167 to #159 - articulate
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(07/15/2013) [-]
and?
#151 - anon
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I work with Planarians in my lab a lot. Them fully regrowing their body isn't a new discovery in the least. I'm not even sure how they could quantify the flatworms keeping their memories, though. Smells like ******** research.
#135 - anon
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(07/15/2013) [-]
Regrowing memories seems cool. Think we could engineer that for humans and cure Alzheimers?
#98 - freestyleristaken
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(07/15/2013) [-]
Next week: we see that our solar system has a tail of its own. O i ruined it?
#94 - payseht
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(07/15/2013) [-]
As a guy that believes there is no soul and that who we are is the result of our brain, the worm title shook my beliefs until I read the article.
#61 - pehnut
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(07/15/2013) [-]
It's posts like these that make me think we are making great advancements in society, then I go to Wal-Mart.
#52 - anon
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(07/15/2013) [-]
I think a better name for these posts is "This week in research and development".
Cuz science is just the tool.. It is kinda like saying this week in hammer and nails and you show pics of houses.
#12 - anon
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(07/15/2013) [-]
A worm can regenerate his entire head with its memories? That really ***** with my brain and I don't like it. I mean a specie such as a worm, can't have memories, only mental tasks, primary instincts or basic brain functions...

What the post says, the worm has a soul? No way, I refuse to rape my philosophy.
#3 - ineedturtles
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(07/14/2013) [-]
well ateleast i can say i was on the frontpage with somthing....