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Laser Wound Bonding

Yes, Futurists! Wounds can now be sewn up using photons instead of stitches. The only down side I can see is the flood of people rushing to unnecessary surgery just for the awesome thrill of getting all lased up, as opposed to getting laced up. Oh, words…you so craaaazy.

Comments

  1. Tom says:

    that is one of the coolest things i have seen in a while.
    i wonder though, what happens if they try to seal up a wound that isn’t there?

  2. I need one pair to install it on my corneas = instant xmen !

  3. Jeff says:

    Lasers, is there anything they can’t do?

  4. Just what I need a surgical procedure that can be done by a “less qualified surgeon”. So another words your drunk friend in your garage after a night of binge drinking? No thanks. ‘Hey dude, you cracked your skull on the front step of my house, let’s ‘fix it’ with the laser healer in my garage.” Not a good idea even for the future. The one benefit is that we are going to be over populated in the future and with enough of these fucking laser healers out in the public’s hands, we are going to get plenty of accidental deaths as a result. “It doubles as a population controller.”

    Very scary sir, very scary.

    Michael

  5. MtL says:

    I bet that’s not gonna be covered by my health insurance.

  6. Daryl says:

    I got woozy when I saw the navel; probably not a good sign I could even handle this.

  7. TonyWasRight says:

    Way better than the original laser tag.

  8. beam me directly to sick bay! that is cool.

  9. Lexie says:

    That will kind of eliminate my reasons for not getting surgery ever won’t it? I dislike the idea of needles and knives near my skin.

  10. Johnny Oz says:

    Hmm interesting…

  11. gene says:

    But McCoy’s device worked through clothing. It probably wasn’t a laser at all.
    So there.

  12. kerry says:

    ouch! my schnitzel!

  13. Mikey says:

    That is so badass.

  14. Hmm. What if you get wounded by a laser beam, say, in a backyard laser fight or similar?