According tomedia reports, it has long been thought that the dragonfly is a creature with some supernatural ability, and the name of the dragonfly is derived from the ancient Persian language, meaning “the creature in the fire”. Its body has a large number of bright yellow or red patches, like to hide in the gap between the dead wood, when the dead wood is used to make a fire, they often panic and escape, far from the fire, so also known as “fire”, even the ancients thought that the dragonfly is not afraid of fire, once contact with the flame can be extinguished.
The most striking feature of the body is the ability to regenerate, if its tail or limb is cut off, it will not form a limb or scar, and soon it will regenerate a complete new limb, which consists of muscles, nerves, bones and other parts.
The limb regeneration process is like the germination of a small tree.
The ancient Greek scientist Aristotle and the Italian artist Leonardo da Vinci have documented the distinctive features of the dragonfly, and the Jewish Code suggests that people’s bodies should be smeared with blood, which would excite people. At present, modern scientists have found that the ancients’ intuition that the dragonfly had magical power is not without its foundation, and that it will bring hope for the regeneration of human limbs and organs!
The most striking feature of the moth is the ability of the body to regenerate, if its tail or limb is cut off, it will not form a limb or scar, and soon it will regenerate a complete new limb, which consists of muscles, nerves, bones and other parts.
The limb regeneration process of the dragonfly is like the germination of a small tree, for more than 200 years, scientists have been interested in the creature, carried out a large number of scientific experiments and research and analysis, the purpose is to hope that the magic of the regenerative ability of the dragonfly will be applied to the human body in the future, the dragonfly is the greatest hope of human regenerative medicine?
In addition to regeneration, you can “graft” your partner’s body.
Scientists often study the regenerative abilities of the moth, a strange, unattractive-looking species that has become a key subject of scientific research, and in addition to the regeneration of limbs, the moth seine can also regenerate the jaw, retina, ovaries, kidneys, heart, undeveloped lungs, spinal cord and most of the brain tissue.
It heals all kinds of wounds without scarring, and the dragonfly can even “graft” the body of a companion to its own body, like its own body, without an immune response, a special ability that has encouraged some scientists to conduct experiments on deformed organisms in the name of science, in experiments after World War II. The former East German scientists transplanted the small dragonfly horizontally into the back of the dragonfly, and their circulatory system was connected, a joint mutants called the “victory of collectivism” in East Germany. Although the dragonfly seems to be able to recover from any physical damage, the fact that human activity has proved that we have destroyed almost all of the natural habitats of the dragonflies, with the exception of laboratories and aquariums, which are endangered.
The most common slug is what scientists call a “white mutagenic”, which resembles a transparent fetal body hybrid of otters and short-finned eels, with a white body, and sometimes a strange smile similar to humans, which the Aztecs of Mexico once regarded as the embodiment of the god of gods.
Behind its round, flat head is a stretched, swollen torso with a fish-like slender tail at the end, a slug nearly 0.3 meters long, and four short legs swinging on both sides of the body, like a transitional species of ancient reptiles evolving into fish. Behind its cheeks, there is a red-feathered gill stalks that float and tremble in the water, sometimes slightly open in the water, like a fan with feathers. If people cut the stalks and soon regenerate, how do the magic of the slugs do? This may also be a regenerative capacity, which is not currently known.
Potentially similar regenerative abilities of humans?
It heals a variety of wounds without scarring, and can even “graft” a companion’s body to its own body, like its own body, without an immune response, a special ability that has encouraged some scientists to conduct abnormal biological experiments in the name of science.
Human evolutionary ancestral species may have the same ability to regenerate like moths, and human children may actually regenerate at the end of the limbs, but this is the only known human regeneration capacity. On the contrary, humanbeing is a scarred species, why did the evolution of the human ancestor species lose the “innate” ability to regenerate? Current scientists have not found the answer.
However, given our current evolutionary advantages, it may be a good thing that humans can regain their regenerative abilities, where amputees can quickly grow new limbs, paralysed patients can regain their ability to walk, and all organ degradation and decline can be reversed.
In 2018, an international consortium finally completed sequencing of the genome (10 times the length of the human genome), and in early 2019, a team of researchers at the University of Kentucky in the United States mapped the genome on a chromosome, the longest genome sequencing to date. For medical workers who want to one day apply regeneration technology to humans, the dragonfly is a perfect cookbook whose contents only need to be decoded.
You may reveal the mystery of “long life is not old”!
However, the ability to regenerate is not the only mystery that the dragonfly has, and its other unsolved mystery is its growth process, most of which, like the dragonfly, is a aquatic larvae before it grows into the continent of terrestrial life, but they seem to be eternally young, known as “Peter Pan”, and even after sexual maturity, they are still in the larvae stage. The phenomenon, known as “neoteny”, has puzzled biologists, who have been debating for decades whether to treat the moth as an independent species or as a species of only its larvae.
Confusingly, sometimes the dragonfly may make the final transition under the circumstances of stimulation, absorbing its gills and fins and leaving the water to live on land. From a biological point of view, the change is like a middle-aged man suddenly growing his shoulders wide, his arms tilted forward, and strode into the jungle to become a gorilla. In 1866, france defined the dragonfly as “the most imperfect and easily degraded amphibian”, but they can also gracefully enter a higher state of existence.
Humans seem to be familiar with the process of the deformation of crickets, and a 1920 study by British biologist Julian Huxley found that feeding slugs with fragments of the sheep’s thyroid glands can promote their deformation from larvae to mature bodies. In an article in the British Daily Mail, Huxley claimed that the creature had been found to be “long-lived” in experiments with the dragonfly. His brother, Alders, a writer who sympathises as human beings, whose unique childhood continues to suggest “evolutionary defects” and suppressed potential, and he and his contemporaries are very supportive of the theory of “larvae continuity”.
If the dragonfly has a good mirror evolutionary effect on humans, then humans should also be in “adolescence” for most of the age group, their flat heads, small noses, and hairless bodies are characteristic of our evolutionary cousins and ancestral species in infancy, should humans spend much longer in infancy than other primates?
If so, the human brain will be developing rapidly for a long time, eventually the head will become larger and the childhood will be greatly extended, providing the brain with the opportunity to train for the long term. According to zoologist Konrad Lorenz, humans still maintain a “very analytical, curious and curious childhood trait” in which human nature is a tender expression.
There seems to be a mysterious attraction for humans to pay attention to them, and to observe the creature long before people think carefully about how the dragonfly regrows its limbs, perhaps it is the mysterious features of the crickets that have encouraged the Aztecs to regard the dragonflies as the incarnations of the gods of the gods.
In 1952, the Short Story “Juan” written by the Argentine surrealist Julio Cort?zar, which clearly showed a human-related intuition, described in a man’s fascination with crickets, and he went to the aquarium every day to see them. When you see the dragonfly at first sight, we know that we are connected, and some kind of lost, distant connection connects us. He kept looking at the dragonflies through the aquarium’s glass until one day, unawarely, he found himself floating on the water, surrounded by fellow dragonflies, gazing at visitors outside the aquarium.