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Published 3 August 2009
DARPA is soliciting proposals for a device that can use adult stem cells for a regenerative free-for-all, producing whatever needed to repair injured body parts, including nerves, bone, and skin
The age of bionic soldiers and first responders nears. The military wants soldiers who can withstand anything -- even the worst and most debilitating wartime injuries. Now DARPA is trying to make traumatic injuries more like minor scrapes, patched up to be good as new -- or better.
Katie Drummond writes that DARPA has been working on superhuman soldiers for years. The agenc
Originally posted by mrmonsoon
reply to post by refuse_orders
I don't know, but it is reasonable cost for initial production would be staggering...............................
Save for President?
Chief's of Staff?
Of course, we would be blind to not realize that as time and expertise increse, cost will go down and yeilds increase.
A not so far off time having a fast healing spray/injection......
It could litterly change the corse of war as we know it.
Superhuman Dictator anyone????
Imigane Kim of N.K. getting his hands on the stuff????
[edit on 8/3/2009 by mrmonsoon]