So I was perusing the web and saw this Gynocentric meme posted somewhere. It shows a man, his cracked blistered hands, and a woman, her manicured soft hands…guess which one makes the other possible?
I don’t even know what to say to this kind of stuff anymore, frankly I don’t think it possible that men will ever have the self respect needed to reject their own disposability. In fact a great many of them enjoy their disposability and I’m no longer interested in the exhaustive process of trying to sway them away from this destructive mentality. If you’re a man who wants to work himself to death for a woman, with the simple reward of an occasional blowjob, some kids or whatever, and if you want to look down triumphantly at your dirty calloused hands and cracked fingers, regarding them as a badge of honor and the symbol of the leisurely lifestyle your backbreaking work provides for your wife… Have at it, not my concern.
These posts are for men that are already on the path of rejecting disposability and just need more compelling examples to help them along the way. I’ve said in the past that I wish to help men, but the truth is that I’m interested in helping men that are like-minded who want to be helped, the blue pillers that are happy in their servitude are of no concern to me, unless there is a reasonable way to make them receptive to an anti gynocentric mentality.
But this article isn’t about male disposability, I’m using it more as a segue into and article that’s literally about the human hand, or at least it’s potential replacement. The article is titled Researchers want to grow human tendons on an incredibly advanced robotic hand. Here are some of the details;
Researchers created a robot hand that is so accurate it has almost the same dexterity as a human hand.
That alone is enough to improve the motion capabilities in prosthetics in a way that has never been seen before. But the researchers plan on taking the project even farther by growing human tendon and tissue on the robot hand.
That would mean people could have an entirely new hand, human skin and all, if their hand were to be lost in an accident.
“We are very optimistic about this concept and we are looking forward to making this happen as soon as possible,” Zhe Xu, a postdoctoral associate at Yale who co-led the creation of the robot hand, told Tech Insider.
It’s pretty amazing isn’t it? We are one step closer to making the bio-engineering marvel that is the human hand. I foresee some manufacturing worker that would benefit from an extra finger, getting one surgically attached in order to do his job more effectively , we live in a real life time of science fiction in many ways and are just on the cusp of some shocking and amazing things. The future is just an eye-blink away folks, don’t waste it on being a workhorse, enjoy what little time you have to see the world unfurl around you.