Though it is still in development, the spray has the potential to reprogram human cells to heal wounds five times faster than usual.
Would be amazing if it works with no side effects. It's sad that the Gov puts this much effort for battle situations instead of just the benefit of humanity in general.
You are correct that much of the powers that be want to insure their positions and are highly motivated to create bigger and better ways to keep them. I don’t see human nature changing anytime soon but if we can get something good for humanity out of it at least it’s a step in the right direction."If Necessity is the mother of invention then surely War must be it's father"
I'm not sure if that's a real quote from someone. I thought I made it up in highschool but my teacher took points off my term paper for not citing the source. Regardless, it does seem like a great deal of our modern conveniences grew out of the war effort or originally had military applications.
I remember having a conversation with a friend once who was telling me about this brand new technology he had just read an article on and what it could do. I was able to engage in the conversation and even point out strengths and weaknesses in the tech and go into detail about how it all worked. He asked if I had read the article and I said No, but I had experience with that exact same technology a decade earlier when I was in the Army.