posted on Jan, 14 2006 @ 01:45 PM
Wow finally. I tell you i have been interested in this since i have read a article about it in the science journal or something.
Oh yea her is the German boy
isn’t he just the cutes little superhuman you have ever seen
I actually wrote a little threat on this and about the mrl mice. Its actually interesting you guys should check it out:
Now this has been going on for a while. I have tried to stay current with this. I have come up with a actual theory on how to produce this
mutation/superhuman and it is actually not even that complex. Just take 2 athletes and make them reproduce in two generations or so you will have
the mutation. Now don’t think that just because some has this mutation they are perfect. Just like Kangarooistan man there are some problems. also
Kangarooistan man are there any heart problems that you and your father may have, Severe myostatin deficiency results in more of the muscle growth in
the heart h which can put more strain on it and possibly lead to Sevier problems.
Also i would like to know if you guys have been actually working out or do the muscles just grow by themselves?
Here are some pics of what the mutation does and looks like:
scientist have thought that this also can combat Muscular Dystrophy, but now they are saying it cant and can make muscular dystrophy even more lethal
for some reason.
Some drug companies have also tried to create drugs that athletes can use. Most have shown to be ineffective.
It is also said that just like with the mrl, and mighty mice. That if for example, someone was to take a blood sample of Kangarooistan man blood. They
could then inject themselves with it and give themselves the mutation.
Also it makes me sad for some reason. I like to train in fact I am interested in mma. I would love to have ur strength. But even with all my training
it will never seem to be able to happen or compare to your strength. One thing is for sure, I will try to get into genetics to learn more about this
and if can correct some problems that are shown when having myostatin deficiency.
[edit on 14-1-2006 by ATSGUY]