posted on Nov, 10 2012 @ 11:40 AM
reply to post by MastaShake
10-15 years isn't enough time. I'd say more like 100 or 200. But maybe for specific people?
What about the idea of turning on genes that change parts of your body dynamically? Like turning on a gene that repairs wounds faster or a gene that
makes your fingers regrow? It may not be possible and/or it may be too dangerous, but it's an idea that might be possible someday.
Or what about nano-technology that enhances natural arms/hands.
Or what about people controlling robots with their minds from a distance?
We take for granted having real arms and real hands. They're incredibly sensitive and flexible and strong. Sometimes I wonder if we have our arms and
hands to thank for our success. I mean, look at a bird. How is a bird going to build a civilization? A bird doesn't have hands to work with delicate
things. Or what about a fish? How does a fish build things with only their mouth and their flippers?
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