How to rebuild someone you can’t even touch

Why I would prefer my car be rebuilt by a machine over my son rebuilding the car himself

For a long time, I had a regular policy of telling my son that he could never touch the family car because it would be too dangerous. I may have told him this so many times that he finally began to believe me, and for the longest time he would ask me over and over if he could work on our car. Maybe it was for this reason why his engineering aptitude has always been so low. He tried to build his own car one time, but the first thing that happened was that the motor exploded, and then he couldn’t get it to stop burning. Just when my son was getting good at engineering, I literally threw away all the mechanical books I had in my house and never took him back to the library again. All that effort wasted.
I don’t know why I told my son I wouldn’t let him rebuild the car anyway. Maybe it was because he was never home from school on time, or because he didn’t like getting his hands dirty when he re-fixed the tap in the kitchen, but for some reason I made it a point to tell him that rebuilding cars is a job that adults do, not kids. I thought that it was an important job that I didn’t want my son doing.

we can rebuild him we have the technology
we can rebuild him we have the technology

Aristotle’s New Look Is A Synthetic Body That Can Reconstruct Any Body Part For $10,000

But now there is a machine that can do everything my son couldn’t do. The name is Aristotel. Aristotle is the most advanced Bio-Reconstruction Unit ever built. Human features synthesized by this new technology, claims to be so advanced that it can reproduce any human body part and reconstruct it better than the original one. Only $10,000 and you’ll have a shiny new eye, or a heart, or a rib cage.
The company, Aristotle Technology, has been around for more than a decade, but with this new product there is a new impetus to get more people who have lost limbs to apply for the “new look.” Aristotle’s products go by the slogan, “re-fresh the body.”
The technology has already been tested on animals, including a groundhog named Sandy. The video was posted on YouTube. Sandy was partially paralyzed after he ran into an electric fence and suffered extensive nerve damage in his right leg. The artificial limb Sandy now wears is a composite of stem cells that grow into cartilage, soft tissue, and bone. The prosthesis itself is powered by the user’s bio-electrical signals.
Rajesh Gupta, CEO of Aristotle Technology told ABC News he was stunned at how well Sandy was doing. “The key feature of our product is it’s not only a prosthetic device, but it’s self-contained in the transplanted tissue,” said Gupta. “So the patient has a new limb that is not attached to his or her nerve-ending, it is free of infections and other risks.”

we can rebuild him we have the technology
we can rebuild him we have the technology