Fake Skin (Plastic Skin) That Heals and Feels!

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posted on Nov, 18 2012 @ 05:39 PM
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Maybe not the intention of those who discovered it, but discoveries have a way of being adopted and adapted.




posted on Nov, 19 2012 @ 01:06 AM
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Strange... I don't remember synthetic skin being mentioned in the bible...

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posted on Nov, 19 2012 @ 08:46 AM
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Yes indeed, a great find and BUMP! It's probably a good thing for the medical
community and us at large. I hope it just doesn't get overpriced or otherwise
abused for our sakes. I'm so happy for the burn victims that really need this!
Just the same, initially it made my original equipment crawl: porn, people?
Bump again if I could, BIG ones!
Who would want to start making love from a different Zip Code?? Oh wait...OK.
Maybe a default much wider avatar would be in order... and throw out the old
4:3 aspect ratio TUBE. /begin cheap Euro accent/
At least there won't be any discrimination: we can start morphing the twisted, high
paying customers into Arnode AND Kathode. Time for a new signature--"I'll Be Front."
/end cheap shades/ Don't star me this just comes naturally OMG I can't stop ROFL
No delusional personality can possess as a component MY sense of humor.



posted on Nov, 19 2012 @ 01:27 PM
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What a wonderful bit of technology!

I can see a whole world of uses for this, including the surgery of those suffering from burns. Burn victims can become horribly disfigured and plastic surgery can only do so much. With the advent of something like this, the time for healing and 'appearing physically normal' can have very positive ramifications.

Excellent news!



posted on Nov, 19 2012 @ 02:13 PM
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as part of protective suits in adverse environments where touch can be so important, such as dive suits, space suits.


How about the entire space or dive suit is made out of this stuff instead of just part of it?

NASA and the Soviets experimented with a type of second skin suit as an alternative to the bulky and heavy suits astronauts wear now.

It was basically a skin tight suit, that looked like a lycra body stocking, and as far as protection in a vacuum goes, it did the job, but wasn't too great with adverse temperatures if i remember correctly.

This new synthiskin, might be a better option...maybe those ET's reported to be wearing skin tight, one piece coveralls really do come from our future after all



posted on Nov, 19 2012 @ 06:19 PM
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Originally posted by MysterX
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as part of protective suits in adverse environments where touch can be so important, such as dive suits, space suits.


How about the entire space or dive suit is made out of this stuff instead of just part of it?

NASA and the Soviets experimented with a type of second skin suit as an alternative to the bulky and heavy suits astronauts wear now.

It was basically a skin tight suit, that looked like a lycra body stocking, and as far as protection in a vacuum goes, it did the job, but wasn't too great with adverse temperatures if i remember correctly.

This new synthiskin, might be a better option...maybe those ET's reported to be wearing skin tight, one piece coveralls really do come from our future after all




Interesting. I had no idea something of the sort was seriously considered to the point they experimented.

An entire body fit suit makes good sense if they were able to incorporate all the technology needed into that layer. Certainly this seems a start. Good thinking.
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posted on Nov, 19 2012 @ 07:55 PM
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My god, so that is how Chucky come into play. Creepy real life dolls. The Demons are coming.
Anyone up with a creepy barbie girl friend? This should not be tested on human.





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