To regenerate the same is incredible; to regenerate uniqeness is immeasurable.
The human liver is the only organ in the human body that has the ability to regenerate its self similar to a starfish.
This is mainly due to the unique qualities of the human liver and also the sameness of the human liver as a whole.
In other words a doctor can cut off some of your liver and it will grow back.
Imagine, getting a flesh wound and not having a scar? To take it even further, imagine you lose a finger, it is cut off, and the finger can literally grow back exactly the same as it was before?
Basically what this entails is the ability for the human bodies healing agents to be able to remap the DNA that was orignally used to gorw the finger or heal a flesh cut to the exact same skin variations therefore making the concept of a scar nill.
A scar is a regrowth of skin in a dis-similar pattern than the previous skin, thus an akward appearance refered to as a scar.
The reason the skin regrows and regrows with imperfections is mainly due to the fact that in a flesh wound the flesh, primary word 'flesh', cannot be regrown but the skin can.
So we have skin regrowth, liver regrowth, and starfish regrowth.
They all share regrowth of generic properties the ability to use DNA and human healing agents to remap and regrow a unique quality such as flesh or an appendage would be a humna breakthrough unseen as of yet.
Second Gem of the Day:
There is a race on to see who can be the first to create a all-in-one, self-reliant computer that looks and feels like a real newspaper.
The PC's handicap is the PC itself. Taking the computer out of the computer will bring the computer to everyone.
Imagine real printable paper that was made with a stand-alone computer shell that can be pre-programmed with very simple user functionality.
Think of a musical greeting card or a visual hologram to get a basic idea.
An example of a self-contained use would be to have a hologram popup layer on-touch command to search for a text word on the newspaper and it reponds with a column and paragraph number.
Simple computers, small enough to not be noticable or cumbersome and usefull enough to make something common much more useful and easier to use.
This would be a true breakthrough and user-friendly implementation the bespeaks the purpose of computers in helping us all.