Apple iTunes

Google Heroes:

Welcome to my blog about the NBC Show Heroes, I'm trying to find real people with real Hero stories. The response so far has been sweet! In the first month over 6000 visitors! Thank you for your support of this blog!

Any blog post that has links in it will never contain a misleading link. Any commercial offering will be clearly marked. Other links are intended to be informative, and thought provoking.

A way you can support this blog is by using the Google features. Please post comments in their apporiate categories. All comments are welcome, even negative ones (see HateMail).

The idea behind this website is to discover people in the real world that have powers. To bring to light mysteries and generally cool ideaologies. I think that everyone has to some degree experienced powers similar to the characters in the Heroes NBC show. I would like to write and read about just that.

The site is mission based, they will be updated as the shows progress. Even the original posts change to include more information from time to time. So check back with the blog often, I try to update it more than once a week. I've added a linkorama so you can promote your Heroes sites. I'm also a conspiracy fanatic, so if I see anyway to work in a good conspiracy theory into the posts I will, you can look forward to it.

You can read the latest mission below.... Good luck.

Saturday, October 21, 2006

Mission 4: Find those who have Defied Death.

As we think of Claire Bennet's character, we can think about defying death. Although the show is amazing; the premise for this theory is not far off. Rapid cell regeneration has been explored in many super hero stories, most notably Wolverine in Xmen. Cellular regeneration is one thing, defying the death is another completely. However possible or impossible cellular regeneration is without the aid of some modern science, we may never know. But many people have felt at one time or another that they cheated death at least once. Or lived longer due to the actions of another person, or a choice they made.

Does it come down to chance, or the randomness of the universe in constant flux, or even some higher power's divine plan for our lives. When we've cheated death, what have we learned? What higher level of understanding can we impart on others? Or can those who have not experienced the same thing learn anything from us at all?

In other notes, Stem Cell Research maybe part of the key to unlocking cellular regeneration. Currently people have been aided by this research. The institute of Regenerative Medicine sounds promising. Maybe the research done with private funding will be the research that brings the highest advancements in modern science to our doors. It seems that government funded intiatives are not measuring up. And yet is this false, because when the government sets regulations for a company to disclose the results of a medical study; the medical study can be highered out to a research company that can be paid off to produce the best case scenario results. In this way the company is protected legally because they can say the research was flawed, and cannot completely be held liable should a drug fail when publicly released. A perfect example of this was the arthritus drug, Celebrex (also called Celecoxib). That was a drug, in my opinion pushed to market to quickly. Never the less, the opportunity for huge medical advancements could be in the hands of the people with the most money. What do you think? Is evolution in our brains now allowing us the ability to discover advancements in medical science, that we could not have previously seen?


Blogger Mauro said...

I´m Mauro from Argentina...
Please check this link

it's in spanish...i hope u can understand...i have to go now but i will translate it later...

10:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Poor Babylfish translation:
The small Grapevine Pavlicic was playing in the banister rails of the stairs when, suddenly, it appeared in the cellar of the building. Then, one rose without presenting/displaying no wound and it continued walking as if nothing had happened. Her mother, Gordana, maintained that the boy "was only playing in the door of the department with his sister when put between the bars of the banister rails and fell between the stairs". In addition, she added moved: "I thought that it had died. But something confused only rose, not even cried. It is a true miracle.".

8:58 PM  

Post a Comment

<< Home



[ Add Me! - Search Engine Optimization ] [ Free Search Engine Submission ]