I'm an amputee (lost my leg above the knee in 2000), and i find this article, and video highly insulting, let alone extremely suspect.
If you look closely at the mangled finger in the video, and look and the inside of the knuckles, he barely just cut the tip of his finger, and lost
his entire nail, which I've done before and they grow back nothing new there.
All that really happened here imo was his sliced tip of his finger and it looked ALOT worse than it was, and it healed quite nicely.... again his lost
nail grew back, which is like hair anyway, (i think nails are actually made up as the same thing as hair, did I read that once?) anyway nails keep
growing, and entire nails grow back, I've experienced it, as I'm sure many have.
I'm even suspect of the pictures in the video of his mangled finger even being this guys, why didn't they show his face, only a closeup of a finger
with the very tip sliced off, and nail gone, a minor injury to say the least.
I only watched the video though, and I may have missed it, but i didn't hear any mention of pixie dust?
Well in conclusion, we know scientifically, limbs, do not, and can not, and never have regenerated, there's never been one documented case of
But like I said, I believe this man barely cut the tip of his finger, and the finished product you see in the video is after 2 years of healing. It's
a reasonable outcome to me if he was dilligent in takeing care of it, and changeing the dressings often.
But saying the guy lost his finger is insulting, when it's obvious by the pictures in the video (counting the inside of the knuckles(the bends in the
finger),that he only cut the very tip of it. Not even 1/4 of his finger. So the topic headline is misleading as well.
Show me a guy whose lost an entire finger or even half and had it regenrate fully, without them sewing the severed piece back on, it's never
I don't want to call this a hoax or a lie, (if pixy dust is the supposed cause, then yes, I will call it a hoax and a lie on the spot), but I will
call this story greately embelished, and exagerrated.
Again though I do have a personal bias and anger toward the entire subject, since I am aan amputee, but I think my arguments are fair, and this story
shouldn't be taken as a given, or at face value. The "story" needs to be looked into deeper, and I'm sure you'll find a much more mundane ,
explination, and you will definitely find that pixie dust had nothing to do with his finger healing. Unless he so believed in it, his brain healed the
finger injury extremely well. The power of the mind is extrodinary, and when you really believe in something, you can get results, through
I once read a very credible story of a woman who cured her cancer useing visulization techniques. She imagined during meditaions armies of white cells
battling the cancerous armies. She would visualize all of it right donw to every single fight. The brain IS an untapped resource and extremely
But in all fairness if I had cancer, I would most likely be angered with the paragraph I just posted above, and that's acceptable.
When you think you have it bad, think of people who paralyzed from the neck down, or people with terminal illnesses. You have alot more than more of
the people on this planet in tems of material things. But the most important thing is....
Are you one with yourself, and are you happy? I consider myself blessed to be alive. Not many, if any people contact a live "3rd rail" (for those
that don't know it's a rail that runs along sides the regular tracks, that carries enough electric to power a train. So yea, I could go into details
on how exactely I survived, if anyone is interested u2u me. I don'y mind telling my story, it's very cathartic for me.
In conclusion yes, I'm biased, being a person who "really lost a limb:, and not the very tip of my finger and finger nail. But still I think this
story shouldn't be just believed by everyone outright. do your thing ATS, dig, debunk (if there is something to debunk), and find out the real truth
I could and should make a list as to why this video is suspect, and it would probablt be about 7-10 major points, but I'm really not gonna waste more
time than I've alread had on this story.
Have the guy come back when he lose an entire finger, or an arm, or a leg, and lets see how well his pixie dust works out for him
But seriously, if anyone is going through what I am, and could use someone to talk to, please U2U me as well. We amputees, need to support one another
mentaly and spiritually, and a good supposrt sytem of people who KNOW what your going through goes a long way.
Compared to psychology sessions with someone who has no experience in the matter of amputation, and the grieving process, and also how it affect
friends, and family members. It makes you a shut in, you get tired of being stared out ever where you go. Medications can help with this, but it they
are strong narcotivs be careful takeing them over long periods of time.
Sorry to go off on a bit of a rant, I really hope I haven't sidetracked the thread at all, because other than the 98% of posts immediately buying
into this...I believe as we learn more about this "story" we will uncover some startling facts and truths, and media deception.
I'd do it myself except for the biase I would bring to the research, being a "real" amputee.