Artificial Body Parts Are Real, Not Science-Fiction

Prosthetics have seen a new light; prosthetic eyes now exist.
Rahman Mohamed

It’s true.  In China a young boy named Guo Bin was the victim of eye gauging.  He can’t see, but he looks normal.  That’s because he’s undergone operations and received prosthetic eyes.  3 weeks ago Guo Bin’s mother, Wang Wenil told the BBC they “had to try everything”.

In August Guo Bin’s eyes were gauged out; the preparation for the prosthetic began in September.  But making him seem normal is not the end; his doctor, Dennis Lam says he hopes in 5-10 years Guo Bin will be able to see again because it’ll be linked directly to his brain.

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Syria and Security in the “Legal” Strike of 2013

What the big 5 in the Council say about the conflict
Rahman Mohamed

After the demand of the release of political prisoners in Damascus and Derra, leading to the shootings that killed protesters, a nationwide uprising slowly began  in 2011.  Today Syria has grown to an all out civil war to which around nations around the world are debating whether or not to react, including the UN Security Council – the USA, the UK, France, Russia, and China.

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