9 responses

  1. why06
    why06
    May 19, 2011

    That’s actually not to bad. If my hand was completely useless for that amount of time I might agree to the surgery too. I do like that robotics as a medical solution is becoming more accessible rather then an absolute last resort. I wonder what they did with the hand? Maybe a prop studio bought it for an Adams Family remake o_O?

  2. Mthson
    May 19, 2011

    The title makes readers picture something very different from what the article’s about. Amputating a paralyzed hand is different from amputating a normal hand.

    The main weakness of futurism in the eyes of non-futurists is that they see futurists as over-enthusiastic, and this title doesn’t help fight that impression.

    Anyway, thank you for the great article!

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