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10 Technologies That Make Us Super-Human

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Elizabeth M
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Elizabeth M   10/30/2014 6:02:03 AM
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Yes, of course, if you could for sure pick and choose the parts that you want erased, that's one thing. But I imagine it's not nearly as simple as that...at least not yet.

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a2   10/30/2014 5:50:42 AM
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@Debera: Well this is not a cure isn't it ? Its just an alternative. I think we should find a permanent cure for this. 

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a2   10/30/2014 5:49:53 AM
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@Debera: Good but what about the probable side effects and risks they have to take ? 

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a2   10/30/2014 5:46:40 AM
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@Elizabeth: Even I don't mind erasing certain parts of my memory. Anyway it's a bit risky isn't it ? 

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Elizabeth M   10/30/2014 5:17:47 AM
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Thanks, Debera. Yes, that would definitely be helpful technology to people who have lost their memories for whatever reason. i also know some people who would like their memories erased like in that film "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind." I think I have actually seen technology that could make this possible, too!

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Debera Harward   10/30/2014 2:42:15 AM
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Elizebeth no doubt its an excellent post and what can i do I am really getting fascinated by majority of the technologies I also liked the process of getting back the memory its an awsome one . Those who have lost there memories in any accidents or shocks now they can recover their ost thats great hatsoff :)

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Debera Harward   10/30/2014 2:38:22 AM
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Elizebeth apart from the cancer cure genetically modified children is also a good idea and thougt if this is possible it will help to improve the living and lives of many people who inheret diseases . It can make lives easier no doubt a very good thought .

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Elizabeth M   8/18/2014 5:13:09 AM
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Indeed, Debera, this is the goal of targeted drug therapies--to treat only the areas that need to be treated so other areas are not affected. I think it's a bit of a Holy Grail of this type of treatment. Scientists are getting close.

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Elizabeth M   8/18/2014 5:11:40 AM
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Yes, Debera, I think that's exactly the point. The artificial brain will give doctors and scientists insight into how the brain works, not necessarily be something that will be used to replace a real brain in a human. That seems a bit too scifi and creepy! But you never know--with the way medicine is progressing, perhaps that will someday happen as well. I don't think I want to be around to see it, though.

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Debera Harward   8/15/2014 6:10:39 AM
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Its a very big issue that treatment for cancer destroys other cells as well if this technology helps to cure cancer by just destroying the harmfull cells will be an excellent approach . 

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