Whatever happened to this revolutionary non-surgical solution to LIMB REGROWTH since the U.S. Army started trials on their troops, as mentioned at the end of this video from 2008?
The Daily Mail today has a story about the amazing regrowth potential of this miracle dust on their troops...
A powder nick-named "Pixie Dust" is being used to save the limbs of war heroes who have been wounded in Afghanistan.
Surgeons have already used the dust to save several soldiers so badly mutilated that they were at risk of amputation.
Made from (extra cellular matrix, scraped from) pig bladders it has the ability to help the human body grow new tissue to replace large areas of a leg or arm destroyed by blast damage. [source DAILY MAIL]
Well, well, well, seems like the Pixie Dust wasn't DEBUNKED after all; seems like it was taken on board and sequestered by the military, based on the fact of the April 2008 funding of the Armed Forces Institute of Regenerative Medicine (AFIRM). Seems they want it to work on regenerating their soldiers' limbs so that all that expensive training and equipment won't be wasted on a petty disability.
One insane army colonel explained, "We want all our soldiers back on the field dying for their corporate rulers!"
You gotta love the corporate war game, haven't you - always keeping the consumer in the dark until they need a profit margin this coming quarter. You can bet if CURING CANCER became (somehow) profitable, they'd release all the solutions they have on a desperate populace.
Sick to death yet?