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Science Can Turn Albinos Blue!

Maybe that title shouldn’t sound so enthusiastic…but this sounds like a lot of fun. Medical researchers have been testing new spinal injury solutions and along the way discovered that the blue dye used in food products were turning albino lab rats blue!

So far, this only seems to happen when the mice are injected with the dye.

I’d love to get my hands on some blue Jello, a syringe, and these guys:

Or better yet, this guy:

Yes. Turning him blue is the only way I could ever see myself on Team Edward.

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Comments

  1. Wyionx says:

    I believe that his transformation into the “blue” has already occured in at least one part of his body, judging by the rhetoric involved in the first three books/movies! But I think that being able to re-create the smurfs and the Na’vi in real life is the dream of many citizens of this fine nation, even if it does begin with our friendly animal culture!