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You'll never live long enough to see superconducting inductions motors implants istead of our shitty muscles.

>> No.3232999

> 2011
> Shitty muscles

I seriously hope you guys don't do this.

>> No.3233019
Quoted by: >>3233055

>muscles
>shitty

Unless you got yourself some collagenopathies going on, you take that back. Muscles are fucking wondrous.

>> No.3233035

obviously, OP does not exercise.

>> No.3233055
Quoted by: >>3233061 >>3233067

>>3233019
I'm on wheelchair.

>> No.3233061

>>3233055
Well my muscles are fucking sweet. Enjoy affirmative action Wheels.

>> No.3233067

>>3233055
>on wheelchair
Apparently you're disabled grammatically too, then.

>> No.3233069
Quoted by: >>3233082

Yes you will, provided you survive the civil war. Assuming that still happens.

And the muscles are woven from electroractive polymer gel printed into hair-thin fibers. Most people actually prefer replacements grown from their own tissue. You might find that dull, but artificial limbs are no stronger than natural ones and the sensation they deliver is distractingly different.

>> No.3233082
Quoted by: >>3233087

>>3233069
People forget that superior muscles need superior connections to the bones, and superior bones.

"Hey! Lookit me! I had all my muscles replaced with superior polymers! Watch me jump off this building!"

<splat>

Observer: "Well, the muscles survived, but his organs and bones still went everywhere. It was kinda cool the way his guts fountained out his chest because his stomach muscles were too strong."

>> No.3233087

>>3233082

Precisely, which is why artificial limbs are deliberately made no stronger than natural ones. That, and to deter elective "upgrades".

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