posted on Apr, 18 2006 @ 02:41 PM
I don't know, that sounds interesting. I would think his body would reject the alien material.
If you want goat horns (I think it would be pretty cool) the best way to do it would be to have two surgical steel 'buttons' cemented to the skull
at the spots you want your horns to be. Then you could simply attach a corresponding locking depression sunken into the base of whatever horns you
fancy. You could change your horns according to the occasion.
Tasteful little nubby horns for black tie engagements, tall, swept back ox horns for garden parties or hunting, rams horns for...
I had a plan to write them off as a business expense, because I was beginning to dabble in the security business, and I took an interest in bounty
hunting. I figured intimidation and shock value pay real dividends in that business, so really it's an investment, implanting a set of horns.
Anyway, cool idea, but I think naturally growing horns are a bit beyond the realm of safe and sound at this point. With immuno suppressants I suppose
anything is possible, but I don't know how the long-term recovery would progress. It's not generally well-advised to stay on immuno suppressants
for ever, right? I mean, unless you have a problem with your immune system attacking benign things in your body.
But, the idea of false horns, detachable or permanent, is definitely interesting. I know the Enigma has a set of subcutaneous horns, like little nubs
under the skin of his head, attached to the skull. They're alright I guess, but not what I had in mind.