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‘Amazing Spider-Man’s’ Lizard: Science Fiction or Science Fact?

But patients needn’t worry about mutations or scientists gone rogue. Williams is quick to confirm that there’s still a lot of fiction in the Amazing Spider-Man. “We do study the regenerative abilities of salamanders and other animals and we try to harness the body’s innate ability to regenerate itself. But we would never combine human and animal genes – we have much safer methods.”

Though he doesn’t have the first Spider-Man comic book he once owned as boy anymore, Willliams has the science-fiction stories to thank for helping him tackle difficulties with reading in grade school. Said the doctor, “As a child, I always wanted to be Spider-Man. But now I have the next-best thing. I’m a researcher who uses some of the same technology as Spider-Man.”

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I don’t want to meet it.

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They have two hearts one under each arm pit

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They live under ground

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Reptoids have been here!! Look up the dulce battle.

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Indeed a fascinating read people..😉

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Den der,sto ved sengen min,og så meg rett inn i øya og jeg ble så redd,at jeg bare snudde meg,med ryggen til og ba,og jeg sovnet og siden her jeg ikke sett den figuren der mer heller,den der har jeg sett på rommet mitt før,men hvem er det?

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Jeg vet at jeg har sett den en gang før,jeg tror at jeg har skrevet om den hendelsen der og,så jeg er ikke den eneste som har sett den figuren der,og jeg kan ikke si at jeg liker å se den igjen,men at den eksisterer,det er jeg helt sikker på!!!

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Could be science fact in future.

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very real

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there are some strange people around talking humanity is infiltrated by retileloids O.o

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jarp …. some strange genetical experiments from creatures out from space? 😉

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Won’t be long and they’ll be right, lol!

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