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Pig Human Hybrids?
LoP Guest
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12-07-2018 01:10 AM

 



Post: #16
RE: Pig Human Hybrids?
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Only took a few biology courses back in the day but is it so much harder to find a way to rebuild/repair an organs functions/cells... or grow a new human one...

Why try and use an animal substitute?

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Now if I walk into a garden maze... I'm gonna be weary of the Minotaur!

doomed
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RiskyRob
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12-07-2018 01:15 AM

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Post: #17
RE: Pig Human Hybrids?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-07-2018 01:10 AM)
Only took a few biology courses back in the day but is it so much harder to find a way to rebuild/repair an organs functions/cells... or grow a new human one...

Why try and use an animal substitute?

...

..

.

Now if I walk into a garden maze... I'm gonna be weary of the Minotaur!

doomed

I would guess that a replacement part is the best current technology. If they have mastered the issue of the body rejecting foreign tissue, then pig parts are good substitutes.

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12-07-2018 01:24 AM

 



Post: #18
RE: Pig Human Hybrids?
RiskyRob  Wrote: (12-07-2018 01:15 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-07-2018 01:10 AM)
Only took a few biology courses back in the day but is it so much harder to find a way to rebuild/repair an organs functions/cells... or grow a new human one...

Why try and use an animal substitute?

...

..

.

Now if I walk into a garden maze... I'm gonna be weary of the Minotaur!

doomed

I would guess that a replacement part is the best current technology. If they have mastered the issue of the body rejecting foreign tissue, then pig parts are good substitutes.

I understand...

I just guess I wish we would tackle certain problems for the other end of the spectrum faster sometimes.

Who needs pig hearts if we knew the chemical/genetic/whatever potion to make hearts grow stronger younger/fix themselves...

Oh... right.

I'm complaining why we have not found the fountain of youth yet... on this mortal coil.

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