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Submitted by gadgeek 629d ago | opinion piece

How Proton Transistors Can Help Many Live A Normal Life

TechSpyre - You might have seen a lot of people spending their lives in misery due to backbone injuries, paralysis and neural disorders. In classic case of paraplegic disorder, brain’s disconnection with major lower body parts results in patients losing complete control on certain movements. (Culture, Hi-tech, Medical Science)

frelyler  +   629d ago
Clearly English is not his first language. I could not even finish reading it, but I'm really interested now and want to. Where the hell is the editor?
frelyler  +   628d ago
Thank you.
SilentNegotiator  +   629d ago
THIS is what we need to be working on. Technologies to fix the unfix-able (in nature). Back injuries, brain injuries, etc.
thorstein  +   628d ago
...reversing the P21 gene.
Azmatik  +   628d ago
This is great! And makes me happy.

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