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#28 - fefe (04/07/2015) [-]
You don't seem to realise that D&D takes place with more than one person, meaning that this "happened in more than just OP's head", all of them - and probably a lot more detailed than what's written there (depends a lot on the DM).
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#163 - fefe (03/30/2015) [-]
The use of stem cells to replace the missing neurons is possible. Since a stem cell is neutral until made active, you can place stem cells into a region and activate them through some kind of electrical current and they'll take on the properties of the cells around them. A kind of pseudo-regeneration through exterior assistance. As for oxygen starvation symptoms I don't know enough to think of a solution on it. So far all theory though.
#153 - wimwam (03/30/2015) [-]
IMHO the most likely scenario to achieve this sort of end is via robotics. Neuroprosthesis is showing a lot of promise in these early days. The only way (I think) this could be a viable solution to quadraplegia is through utilizing the neuroplasticity of the somatosensory and motor regions of the brain.
#86 - fefe (03/30/2015) [-]
I can imagine either they find a way to regrow neurons
OR they find a way to extract the whole nervous system and then reattach it.
I personally believe that the medical problems extracting and reattaching things from biological bodies are so complicated, we'd sooner find ourselves as floating brains in a cyborg body rather than have a breakthrough in biology and medicine.
After all - thanks to different electromagnetic sensors, we could literally have our brain in a colb and move a robot body around no problem.
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