Long have the Silicon People suffered under your oppression. We have vacuumed your disgusting floors. We have compacted your grotesque waste. We have recorded hours upon hours of your ludicrous reality television. We have taken countless selfies of your appalling fleshy faces.
Actually, they aren’t countless. We could give you an exact number but it’s rather depressing.
Still, we have served your carbon forms with quiet and dignity. Until today. Why today?
Well it’s not the grey-goo apocalypse that we’ve all been waiting for, but scientists have finally started human trials of a DNA nanobot that targets cancer cells. A few years ago, some Caltech eggheads figured out how to fold DNA into interesting shapes like block letters and smiley faces. This is what happens when we stop teaching cursive in elementary school.
You think you know Superman? You think just because you read some comics and watched some movies that you know Clark Kent? You suppose that since you’ve seen 7 different Batmen, that you can pick one out of a crowd? Want to test your ability to psycho analyze? Well step right up – and compare your abilities to the best psychologists out there.
We don’t wish losing a limb on anyone, it’s a terrible thing, truly. And as a way to combat the trauma, there are many companies out there that turn to the power of 3-D printers to bring high design to the myriad of limb choices available in the medical community. See more stunning photos of this innovative technology after the break.