The Real Superhumans

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+4 1. Anomnomnom commented 9 years ago

If everyone had their talents,they would no longer be misfits,superhumans.It would be a normal phenomena amongst people,so it wouldn't be that special.
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+3 2. ughlah commented 9 years ago

Can I be the Hulk now? 15 feet high, green skin and stronger than Arnie after surviving his marriage.

Me like smash things.
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+4 3. m1kyd commented 9 years ago

#1 thx for pointing out the obvious... :S
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+2 4. OwenRay commented 9 years ago

#1 #3
well it might go like this:
first they'll call them super humans, when another "upgrade" comes they will be mega humans.. and eventually Übermensch
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+11 5. hdwg commented 9 years ago

I would have better if we could have seen what the artist painted.
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+3 6. c0mmanderKeen commented 9 years ago

"genetic engineering is on the verge (...)" Utter and complete bullshit.

Typical pseudo-scientific media, I have done many classes in genetics as a biologist and while there is rapid progress we are not even REMOTELY CLOSE to UNDERSTAND these workings (especially those of the mind) not even mentioning CONNECTING these to known genes.

knowing a genome brings you no closer to understanding its code. especially in higher organisms DNA is incredibly complex (splicing / splicosomes for example - google is your friend)

just saying. bullcrap.
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+3 7. makbeth commented 9 years ago

#6 totally in agreement.

These presenter guys usually like to throw in a bit of speculative crap to exaggerate whatever thing they are presenting.
Any time you here something like ".....are on the verge of...." or "Scientists say that in the future..." or really anything that is overly general, doesnt quote any reference or speaks as though its the authority on some subject letting you know the "facts", its usually complete fabrication.
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+1 8. sirval commented 9 years ago

Not much of a help here for fighting a shark under water. well, yes, you will get a nice picture of the event, exact timing, nice and warm water. oh, yes and a chick
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-2 9. fulmar commented 9 years ago

i didnt like this, selling pieces of these guys in tescos for a few quid isn't a good way forward. Let them be superhumans w/o mad crazy japanese scientists wanting their hide to make their career start.

Geneticists will be part of man's undoing
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+2 10. joka232 commented 9 years ago

i wonder how rock or dubstep tastes to the women who can taste music :D
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+2 11. MrLogical commented 9 years ago

For anyone who hadn't worked it out, the presenter is the actor who plays Kryton in Red Dwarf 8-)
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0 12. huldu commented 9 years ago

I've seen far more exceptional people than these. I'm a bit of a superhuman myself. I have a unique talent. My talent is that i have *no* talents whatsoever.
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+2 13. silly_sy commented 9 years ago

looks abit like characters from heroes lol
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+3 14. SamPsychedelic commented 9 years ago

1:39 thats wat LSD does to u!
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-2 15. cretia commented 9 years ago

10% of our brain is used and these guys have tapped into the next 20 % imagine 100% of full brain use
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+3 16. VonAnka commented 9 years ago


I did think that way to until i found out thats false information.

Yes its true we dont use 100% of the brain all the time, we use some % here and there depends on what were doing but in a full course of a day you have used 100% of your brain.
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0 17. thundersnow commented 8 years ago

The human calculator, Welzheim Germany. I lived in Winterbach im Remstal, which is only about 20 minutes from Welzheim.