Man regrows finger?

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Technically, the guy didn't regrow a finger, the tip of his finger grew back after having been cut off. Either way, that was an interesting article, especially how it explained how to get a salamander to grow a leg out of it's back.
 
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Fascinating... but in some way I'm not really surprised. This could come very in handy!

That guy in the photo looked like Cell in his first form, ironically.
 
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In an August 2005 accident, about a half inch was cut off the tip of Lee Spievack's right middle finger by a gas powered model airplane propeller. He says the finger grew back to normal with the help of an experimental treatment.
 
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In an August 2005 accident, about a half inch was cut off the tip of Lee Spievack's right middle finger by a gas powered model airplane propeller.
Yeah, a model airplane chopped part of his finger. What of it?
 
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did it really regrow because of the experimental treatment?
or was it just his subconsciousness?
i think the body alone is able to regrow it by itself if it gets the right orders from the brain. i mean we havent figured out all of the human bodys abilities yet.
every human is a mutant thats why no one looks the same and some of these mutants have some interesting abilities.
 
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DustMan2704 said:
did it really regrow because of the experimental treatment?
or was it just his subconsciousness?
i think the body alone is able to regrow it by itself if it gets the right orders from the brain. i mean we havent figured out all of the human bodys abilities yet.
every human is a mutant thats why no one looks the same and some of these mutants have some interesting abilities.
I REALLY doubt this was because of the placebo effect.
 
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DustMan2704 said:
did it really regrow because of the experimental treatment?
or was it just his subconsciousness?
i think the body alone is able to regrow it by itself if it gets the right orders from the brain. i mean we havent figured out all of the human bodys abilities yet.
every human is a mutant thats why no one looks the same and some of these mutants have some interesting abilities.
rofl dude u made my day. gimme a call when u can fly alright ?
 

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