Re: "Frankenstein fears after head transplant"

From: J. R. Molloy (
Date: Thu Apr 12 2001 - 17:50:56 MDT

> He added that the way to help the quadriplegic community was to work on
> research to help spinal nerves regenerate.

Yes, and additionally, if research yields regeneration of spinal nerves, then
full body transplants become less "grotesque" and more beneficial...
unless it involves trans-species transplants...
you know, like a luddite brain in a redwood tree...
or did somebody already do that...
sierra club?


--J. R.

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