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Inorganic Tissue

This can change the world as we know it!
Users Kevin Winters (Creator)
Alexendra Winters (Co-creator)
Celeste (Skin and outline structure)

Inorganic Tissue is exactly what it sounds, an artificial form of tissue with limited but somewhat fast healing capability. Inorganic tissue was created by Kevin and Alexandra in their late teens, Inorganic tissue later went on to be one of the greatest creations of man kind.


Inorganic Tissue is a layer of artificial tissue which is quickly spun all over one's body by nanobots. A dose of specialized nano bots is administered to the patient which in turn create the programmable tissue. Since it is programmable, that is, it can be modified to become any form of tissue necessary for one's survival. Unlike other natural tissues, the artificial tissue obviously never ages and maintains nearly the same level of permeability to substances as human tissue would.

When used to create bones, the "artificial" or inorganic bone tissue creates bones which are about 0.6 times more flexible and mobile yet 1.8 times more durable. As for skin and other organs, the tissues maintain similar behavior as a human's organs would behave, although one could argue that the organic tissues are somewhat inferior to these. As the Inorganic Tissue have greater elasticity and tensile strength. Therefore, giving its user some level of enhanced durability.

Since, the tissue is grafted by nanobots which are designed to inhibit the user's body without being eliminated by the excretory system. If the user suffers from massive tissue loss, the nano bots can quickly compensate for that by grafting another tissue, giving them what would seem like a "self-healing factor". However, there is a clear limit to how many times these tissues can be created by the bots. Normally, it should not be more than 4 times in a person's lifetime but there might have been a few exceptions.

However, since these tissues are essentially "programmable" their system can be corrupted and they can be manipulated freely by a "hacker". Also, it is possible for one to destroy the nanobots in the user's body in order to deprive them of this tissue.