Bionic Student - The CreationAfter the refinement of artificial organ growth, ethics have begun to grow into debate. What was once a near certain chance of death, brain damage or loss of function is now only a slight chance most organs and body parts being able to be replaced within days instead of the impossible dream of months. No more amputated fingers from circular saw accidents new ones are now stitched on; no more failing livers or hearts from years of abuse new ones are surgically implanted and function normally. Even small portions of the brain now capable through neuron moulding in MRI technology can restore one's memory or higher functions that were lost up to years beforehand. Humanity can now bite back at death, keeping thousands each day from its door.
However, humans are not yet immortal, and though one could theoretically be brought back from death with continuous treatment, the rights to choose death over the suffering that comes from treatment comes into question
Cybertron's Drone 1THIS STORY IS NOT TRANSFORMERS RELATED. i was NOT AWARE cybertron was the name of the transformers planet!!!!!! I DIDNT KNOW.
I didn't know it was coming. I didn't know it was happening. Only once it was all over did I realize what had taken place. Even then I had only a few seconds to process it, before everything shut down. Everyone around me was dead. I thought I was dead. I saw red, felt every bit of pain from it; how could I not die? To lay there with a massive hole in my stomach and several smaller ones in my chest, suffocating as my lungs ruptured and my insides exploded. My whole left arm was gone. I should have died.
But I didn't.
I woke up three and a half weeks later in a big comfortable bed, in what looked like a hospital. But even I knew a hospital couldn't have possibly saved me from what had happened. So where was I?
22 seconds after my eyes opened, which was 15 seconds after I regained consciousness, I managed to spot a word that I knew, th