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Desc:BBC claims medical technology helped regenerate a man's severed finger
Category:Science & Technology, News & Politics
Tags:medical, technology, journalism, regenerative, reporters jumping the gun
Submitted:blase
Date:05/02/08
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wtf japan
Meanwhile, rural southerners have known about the miraculous properties of pig juice for years, and have used it to regenerate whole limbs lost in shotgun battles over, well, pigs.
fluffy
MORE LIKE PIGSY DUST AM I RITE LOL
Cleaner82
What I love about this is I was caught up in the spectacle of it, and how great it was, etc, and then they mentioned the military, and I knew what they would eventually be using this stuff for. Regrowing the limbs of wounded soldiers and forcing them to fight some more. Which kind of depressed me. So I got the whole spectrum!
superzero
hmmm ....
http://www.badscience.net/?p=664#more-664

kelpfoot
I read Ben's column, I know that BBC science reporting is awful, and even when I watched this video in the hopper, a voice in my head was yelling, "Hoax!"

Yet I voted it up anyway.

I am a douche.

blase
Fortunately, this has inspired a fun new category tag.

boner
(Krusty the Klown voice) Quiet!

kelpfoot
Nevermind, it's real.

http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/view/id/142

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