Monday, November 30, 2009

Running down rogue cells with the handcuffs.

Zapping cancer cells with magnetic nanodiscs.

Reminds me of this obscure JLA character named Pulse 8, who could drop attach these discs to people magnetically and then increase the weight exponentially.


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Audience said...

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