16 responses

  1. The Avenger
    May 16, 2010

    These follow-ups of old news stories are great! They’re a major reason why I visit this blog.

  2. The Avenger
    May 16, 2010

    These follow-ups of old news stories are great! They’re a major reason why I visit this blog.

  3. Peter
    May 16, 2010

    A few years ago (2004) I was told by my dentist that there is currently no wait to regrow the bone that has eroded from around my molar.
    Last year (2009) I was discussing with my orthodontist about just such an operation, whtich is quite widespread today. It does tend to give you hope for the progress we are making

  4. Peter
    May 16, 2010

    A few years ago (2004) I was told by my dentist that there is currently no wait to regrow the bone that has eroded from around my molar.
    Last year (2009) I was discussing with my orthodontist about just such an operation, whtich is quite widespread today. It does tend to give you hope for the progress we are making

  5. Singularity Utopia
    May 16, 2010

    PIXIE DUST

    This regenerative medicine is also called “Pixie Dust”: a nontechnical name given by soldiers who have had flesh, nerves, and muscle regrown using pig-matrix-science… according to the Daily Mail – http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1270990/Pixie-Dust-pig-bladders-regrows-limbs-wounded-soldiers.html

    Sufficiently advanced technology will seem magical… bring on the pixies and let’s enter fairyland!

    http://singularity-2045.org/
    Singularity Utopia

  6. Singularity Utopia
    May 16, 2010

    PIXIE DUST

    This regenerative medicine is also called “Pixie Dust”: a nontechnical name given by soldiers who have had flesh, nerves, and muscle regrown using pig-matrix-science… according to the Daily Mail – http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1270990/Pixie-Dust-pig-bladders-regrows-limbs-wounded-soldiers.html

    Sufficiently advanced technology will seem magical… bring on the pixies and let’s enter fairyland!

    http://singularity-2045.org/
    Singularity Utopia

  7. Sylvia Wilkins
    January 21, 2011

    I had a coworker tell me that his dad lost a finger and it grew back. I didn’t believe him because this apparently happened like 25 years ago.. We had little technology back then, and it isn’t possible for humans to regenerate. Oh well, at any rate, I guess it is possible– so he may not be completely lying.

    -Sylvia
    Smokers Barbecue

  8. Jim
    July 9, 2012

    With great power and influence comes great responsibility. We shall see how this technology and its evolution is wielded and accessed.

  9. anand_on_search
    May 24, 2014

    where can i find the powder? any specific person / vendor who can help me out?

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