- Scientists have added colors to worms through genetic coding.
- There may well be plans by governments and law enforcement agencies to use these colors as markers and tracking systems for criminals and other citizens.
- Japanese scientists at RIKEN have found a way to make human tissue transparent.
Treating biological tissues with the newly discovered reagent renders it transparent, allowing the underlying structures to be easily examined.
Administering the next generation of this reagent intravenously is expected to render all parts of the treated subject equally transparent.
Work is underway on an antidote to this reagent, and the word is that it's being called a deagent. It seems clear that a transparent man could be a very effective spy, especially when that deagent is available to restore his opacity. The one sticking point seems to be a way of retaining some level of opacity in the retinas, to allow for vision, while still reducing the appearance of floating pink discs.
When more information becomes available, we'll report back here.
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