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Regrow HUMAN fingers and other body parts with pig tissue as seen on dr.oz

Updated on April 22, 2011

Regrowth of severed fingers,etc...

Children it seems are able to regrow fingers that have been severed at the joint.This was discovered in 1974 at a childrens hospital at Sheffields hospital in the U.K. by female surgeon Cynthia Illingworth who discovered that a little girl who's little finger was sliced off at the joint started to regrow spontaniously while waiting for surgery to close the wound,as a result of a clerical error which prevented the surgery from taking place until she discovered that it was growing back.

Apparently it took three months to completely grow back,including the fingernail. Over 1,000 such cases have been discovered since then by doctors It's been discoved that this will always happen to a child who's fingers have been severed beyond the joint if the child is under 11 years old.

Diapulse is an electromagnetic pulse device that takes 90 seconds to treat wounds for the purpose of advancing the healing process of all patients of any age.It enhances the bodies own regenerative powers.Apparently it's been around since 1998 and is medicare approved.You can see before and after pictures at their website in the links section below.

It seems a powder called pixie dust interestingly enough which has been responsable for a 69 old mans fingertip to grow back.His brother who is a researcher developed it.Dr oz was on the Oprha Winfrey show with him talking about his fingertips regrowth using this powder that was developed by experimenting with cells extracted from pig intestines, which were dried up and made into a powder which when applied to the wound supply the raw material for the wound to regenerate the tissue neccessary for healing to take place.

The pentegon is doing research on growing human body parts particularly limbs ,so they can clone arms and legs for amputee soldiers as well as civilians.While this is a commendable and right thing to do.The military may have ulterior motives when it comes to cloning.Perhaps they may be thinking of cloning whole armies to fight in wars instead of sending citizens into combat.This idea would have multiple social and ethical ramifications to deal with,not to mention spiritual repurcussions from the churches.

Who's D.N.A.would be used if the military wanted to clone a soldier?

What would a cloned humans brain be like if it had no memory?

Would the military be able to control a cloned human and if so how ?

I've heard it said that all our memory is within our E.E.G. Electroensephligram which is our brainwave patterns. Is it possible that all our life memories are contained within our brainwave patterns? More importantly can they be transferred to a cloned body?I've also heard that a cloned body can be grown in a few months,although I would think that it would be inferior to the original ,and maybe not even live very long.Remember "Dolly" the cloned sheep? She died very shortly after she was cloned. In my opinion cloning is for the birds.Maybe not even them.

With all the electronic technology we have these days,is their any good reason why they should even think cloning humans as soldiers? I hope not.

However if, what some individuals on the web say is true than cloning has been around since the 1930's and that many high government officials have been cloned.If true,can you imagine what a manchurian cadidate might be like ,if he or she were a clone of the original.Then you might imagine what if anything happened to the original candidate.Some people say it can only happen in the movies.To them I say where do you think the movie producers get their ideas? The movies are full of real life scenerio's.,even the ones about E.T.'s

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    • dallas93444 profile image

      Dallas W Thompson 

      8 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

      My fiction book based upon actual events skirts this issue of brain waves, and the science of Noetics...

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      Dexter Gumbs 

      8 years ago

      Incredible story of regrowing body parts. If I did not hear about it first for Dr. Oz and Oprah, I would not believe it.

    • someonewhoknows profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago from south and west of canada,north of ohio

      You have to admit that the idea of replacing body parts has been around since the at least the turn of the last century.

      Scientific advancements at least publically has always lagged privately funded and military research projects.Like in the t.v. series "The million dollar man" and many others since.Not to mention the secrecy that just such an event as cloning a human being and the contraversy that it would attract if it were made public.

    • i scribble profile image

      i scribble 

      8 years ago

      I'm glad research is being done on regenerating missing limbs and body parts. It does strike me as odd that the Pentagon would be involved in this. I don't believe that people have been cloned for 50 years or more, or at all, to date. This conspiracy theory just doesn't jive with the recent research on cloning animals. Very interesting hub, though.

    • someonewhoknows profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from south and west of canada,north of ohio

      This idea of using electrical impulses for healing sounds promising for people who are having a problem with healing. It reminds me of some people who claim they can heal someone from a distance like the man Edgar Cayce who was called the sleeping prophet because he could tell what was wrong with a person while he was in a trance like state,and gave instructions on how to remedy the health problem.

      Then I hear it's possibe for any group of people to use some of their healing power,which we are all purported to have to heal someone.If,I understand the process,it involves a large number of close personal family and friends ,who take turns touching the hands of the person who is ill,and providing positive thought waves over a 12-24hour period of time.Each person giving a small portion of their life energy to the person in question.I 've heard that the reason for having so many people in attendence doing this is that no one person gives up so much of their life energy so as to make them sick.Giving away too much energy apparently can do that to you.

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      9 years ago from Windermere, FL

      Hey, Someonewhoknows, you've gone to a lot of research and work on this one. It's an excellent article, congratulations. Hey, while we're on the subject, where can I get some Pixie Dust? Is it on the market in the U.S., or do you have to go to Serbia. I doubt the Food and Drug people would let us ordinary people have such advanced substances. Keep up the good work, Don

    • emohealer profile image

      Sioux Ramos 

      9 years ago from South Carolina

      Very good write up! Actually regrowing bodyparts or regeneration has been around much longer and is just starting to become more well known. This process was being done in Serbia back in the late 80's early 90's with a 100% effectiveness, to include those born without limbs and fingers.

      Cloning and DNA and cell research is far more treacherous though than meets the eye. The memory is in much more than just the brain. All DNA responds to the individuals emotions up to and surpassing a 300 mile radius. Separation of person and DNA is impossible. These are scientific facts that have been proven....see Gregg Braden on youtube.

      Once again agreat article, enjoyed the thought provoking process you started here! Thanks!!!


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