Humans will live forever, soon.


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War of the Worlds?? But this time, animazoombies against humankind!!
 

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US scientists have succeeded in reviving the dogs after three hours of clinical death, paving the way for trials on humans within years.
Next time when you introduce yourself, someone will ask,

"Are you the recycled one?"

And the birth certificate will have a 2 behind your name. :sweatsm:
 

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How bout Arnie? He had two dots under his eyelid.
 

jonlou

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"Boffins create zombie dogs"

zombie leh....eeee.... science is really scaring me... dun tell me real work really gonna have resident evil ah.... :eek:
 

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Reminds me of that movie whereby a person was brought back to life, but not his soul. He is afterall a different person.

For the doggies, not sure if they have tested their memories after they revived the animals.

This brings us to the question: "Do you want to live forever?"
What meaning is there to life, if time itself has no meaning to the human body?
 

kahheng

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Drudkh said:
Boffins create zombie dogs

US scientists have succeeded in reviving the dogs after three hours of clinical death, paving the way for trials on humans within years.

:bigeyes:
Poor dog. Now it has to live with the consequences of all the bad thngs it did in the past. Didn't you watch Flatliners? :bsmilie:
 

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Finally I got the excuse I need to procastinate. I'm going to live forever, I'll do it later.

...Fade In Music....

"Forever young, I want to be forever young
do you really want to live forever, forever and ever
Forever young, I want to be forever young
do you really want to live forever? Forever young"
 

sriram

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"Millions long for immortality and they do not know what to do with themselves on a lonely Sunday afternoon."

- Murphy
 

besh

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SEEMs it works fine theoricaly....

i watched a documentary by "National Geography" last night.
a "long lost" "country" was found in europe...

after a series of investigation....
about 1 million ppls used to stayed here...
and all of them was perished by a natural disaster....

the reason is, tree been cut, the soil cannot sustain water...

anyone of you aware of the varities insect which we used to shoot in "macro mode" is gettign lesser and lesser....

and we (human) are doing the same thing as what they(long lost country resident) did.......
 

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