Neuron transplant in damaged brain fixes obesity in mice

25 11 2011

Transplanted neural stem cells can wire themselves into and replace the damage of a recipient’s brain circuits.

Apparently, we might be able to regrow brain and nervous tissue very soon.

NewScientist.com

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25 11 2011
Juliano

I find this as sick as fuck. For one they would MAKE their ‘lab mice’ fat for their nazi experiements–as animals unlike many humans–do NOT naturally over-eat. So as is usual they will use this shit to promote their transhumanist ‘brave new world, putting pressure on people to implant technology inot their systems for means of controlling them.
I mean, for FUCKS sake, there are reasons people over eat–stress, being pumped dails on the big screen with evil Mcdoanalds and other fastfood propaganda, and generally a culture which PROMOTES fat sedentary living! But this will just create research grants, and like said push the transhumanist elite agenda

25 11 2011
Evan 057

Friend, you TOTALLY missed the point. Yes, animal research can be gruesome sometimes, I don’t like a lot of it either and this is definitely not the worst of it, but this is not about implanting some weird non-natural function, this simply about restoring natural function to damaged nervous tissue which we have never been able to do. The new cells decide THEIR OWN new connections and they happen to be the correct, natural ones. This can potentially cure parapalegia, alzeimers, parkinsons, epilepsy, brain traumas and brain damages and thousands of other brain related diseases that afflict 1/4 of the entire global population.

Microchips and transhuman NWO super-elites have nothing to do with this.

Alleviating the anguish of countless millions of people through science does.

14 12 2011
Caroline

Microchips and transhuman NWO super-elites have nothing to do with this.

Alleviating the anguish of countless millions of people through science does.

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