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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
Views:1734
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Comment count is 8
wtf japan - 2008-05-02
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 - 2008-05-02
MORE LIKE PIGSY DUST AM I RITE LOL
Cleaner82 - 2008-05-02
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 - 2008-05-02
hmmm ....
http://www.badscience.net/?p=664#more-664

kelpfoot - 2008-05-03
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 - 2008-05-03
Fortunately, this has inspired a fun new category tag.

boner - 2008-05-03
(Krusty the Klown voice) Quiet!

kelpfoot - 2008-05-03
Nevermind, it's real.

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

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