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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby SecondTalon » Wed Sep 01, 2010 1:21 pm UTC

Popidge wrote:I find it hard to believe how many men have posted in this thread so far, and yet none of you has said the obvious "Massive Dong" choice would immediately be exercised.

Because that is stupid.

Now, detachable with a wide variety of options so you can choose a different one for the evening, or even swapping out during....


THAT'S thinking ahead.
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby SlyReaper » Wed Sep 01, 2010 1:24 pm UTC

SecondTalon wrote:
Popidge wrote:I find it hard to believe how many men have posted in this thread so far, and yet none of you has said the obvious "Massive Dong" choice would immediately be exercised.

Because that is stupid.

Now, detachable with a wide variety of options so you can choose a different one for the evening, or even swapping out during....


THAT'S thinking ahead.


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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby Adacore » Wed Sep 01, 2010 1:26 pm UTC

Now we only need someone to combine that idea with the tentacle suggestion from earlier and we're into full-blown stereotypical hentai fare...

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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby Oregonaut » Wed Sep 01, 2010 3:06 pm UTC

SecondTalon wrote:
Popidge wrote:I find it hard to believe how many men have posted in this thread so far, and yet none of you has said the obvious "Massive Dong" choice would immediately be exercised.

Because that is stupid.

Now, detachable with a wide variety of options so you can choose a different one for the evening, or even swapping out during....


THAT'S thinking ahead.


Not to mention that some of us already have issues with Massive Dongs. Believe it or not, there is such a thing as *too big*.
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby SecondTalon » Wed Sep 01, 2010 3:06 pm UTC

*gasp* You mean, women don't like the Cervix PuncherTM? I can't imagine why!
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby SlyReaper » Wed Sep 01, 2010 3:10 pm UTC

Oregonaut wrote:
SexyTalon wrote:
Popidge wrote:I find it hard to believe how many men have posted in this thread so far, and yet none of you has said the obvious "Massive Dong" choice would immediately be exercised.

Because that is stupid.

Now, detachable with a wide variety of options so you can choose a different one for the evening, or even swapping out during....


THAT'S thinking ahead.


Not to mention that some of us already have issues with Massive Dongs. Believe it or not, there is such a thing as *too big*.


Agreed, but I can't help but wonder if you're bragging.
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby Oregonaut » Wed Sep 01, 2010 3:22 pm UTC

Considering I don't want anyone to see my dong, I wouldn't brag about it. I just like pointing out that most people who want the 12x10 Special don't think it through to the unfortunate conclusion.
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby Adacore » Wed Sep 01, 2010 4:44 pm UTC

That's why I suggested the scalable option.

Anyway, how about an entirely self-contained life support system? It's not exactly body parts, but it would certainly be useful. I'd like to be able to spacewalk outside my spaceship without putting on a suit!

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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby Oregonaut » Wed Sep 01, 2010 4:47 pm UTC

You'd have to have an exo-skeleton, or the pressure change would cause some serious damage, not to mention the radiation and temperature differences.
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby philsov » Wed Sep 01, 2010 5:07 pm UTC

I just want body compartments. Internal pockets, if you will.
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby SlyReaper » Wed Sep 01, 2010 5:08 pm UTC

Oregonaut wrote:You'd have to have an exo-skeleton, or the pressure change would cause some serious damage, not to mention the radiation and temperature differences.


Or you could replace the skin with something that removes the need for a pressure suit.
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby Belial » Wed Sep 01, 2010 5:15 pm UTC

-Wireless internet and AR interface to the eyes, tied to gestural inputs from the fingers and eye-muscles
-Augmented eyes for high-detail, long distance, UV, and IR
-Ring of tentacles around the waist (extra all-purpose limbs are keen)
-Gills
-One of those squid/cuttlefish water-jet organs, for getting around while using my sweet new gills
-Chromatophores

Basically, I would take the opportunity to be a really teched up cephalopod.
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby Kag » Wed Sep 01, 2010 6:00 pm UTC

SecondTalon wrote:
Popidge wrote:I find it hard to believe how many men have posted in this thread so far, and yet none of you has said the obvious "Massive Dong" choice would immediately be exercised.

Because that is stupid.

Now, detachable with a wide variety of options so you can choose a different one for the evening, or even swapping out during....


THAT'S thinking ahead.


If we're going that far, we should probably put it in a less annoying place.
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby Oregonaut » Wed Sep 01, 2010 6:09 pm UTC

Like your forehead? That way at least people would be...

No...too easy.
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby SecondTalon » Wed Sep 01, 2010 6:16 pm UTC

Kag wrote:If we're going that far, we should probably put it in a less annoying place.
Other than the arms/hands [bindun]... where would you suggest?
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby Izawwlgood » Wed Sep 01, 2010 7:16 pm UTC

Belial wrote:-Wireless internet and AR interface to the eyes, tied to gestural inputs from the fingers and eye-muscles
-Augmented eyes for high-detail, long distance, UV, and IR


Have you read Old Mans War?
I'd want:
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-Sugar ==> Alcohol control, or, more specifically, very fine metabolism control;
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-Visual spectrum that spans multiple wavelengths

This initially makes me think of just general strength and agility enhancement. One of the more beautiful things I enjoy watching is competitive track and field, crew, because it makes me think of the body as a truly marvelous machine that is capable of some awesome shit. So, with that and animal physical superiority in mind:

-Reversible Knees
-Elongatable limb segments.
-Parabronchials for maximum respiration
-Extremely flexible spine
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby Sockmonkey » Wed Sep 01, 2010 8:39 pm UTC

If you're going for wang enhancement the best one aside from vibrating is to make it fully prehensile.
Also the semen should taste like chocolate.

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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby meatyochre » Wed Sep 01, 2010 8:48 pm UTC

hmmm the thing I hate about pooping is the evacuation and wiping. I don't care nearly so much about the smell. Maybe if I could just install a retractable intestinal tube to leave my body, deposit poo in toilet, self-clean, then retract... that'd be pretty perfect.
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby Kag » Wed Sep 01, 2010 9:35 pm UTC

SecondTalon wrote:
Kag wrote:If we're going that far, we should probably put it in a less annoying place.
Other than the arms/hands [bindun]... where would you suggest?


Well, fitting it anywhere else normally would probably take rearranging the whole system, which is a trainwreck waiting to happen. Making it completely retractable and putting it on an arm would be something of an improvement, but we're probably better off starting from scratch and making new sex organs for everyone.
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby Link » Wed Sep 01, 2010 9:42 pm UTC

Belial wrote:-Ring of tentacles around the waist (extra all-purpose limbs are keen)

I like this idea. Basically a skirt made out of tentacles. Of course, if the intertubes are anything to go by, you may end up with more than a few Japanese schoolgirls stalking you. Whether that's a problem, I do not know.

Regarding penis positions, how about the feet, if for the simple reason that it would a whole extra layer of nasty to "cunt punting"?

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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby Sockmonkey » Wed Sep 01, 2010 10:30 pm UTC

I'd have my tentacles coming out of my back where the mounting points wouldn't get in the way. Dr. Octopus style.

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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby crowey » Wed Sep 01, 2010 11:00 pm UTC

I'd also go for gills and augmented eyes, UV, IR and variable sensitivity for very low-light situations. Some way to make more efficient swimming, legs that switch out to a dolphin-esque tail maybe? Also good thermo-regulation (I like the mitochondria heating system mentioned earlier) so that long underwater swims wouldn't result in hypothermia.

edit: sonar and the ability to process it

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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby Josephine » Wed Sep 01, 2010 11:25 pm UTC

crowey wrote: legs that switch out to a dolphin-esque tail maybe?

Maybe just the ability to lock your legs out of lateral motion?
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby crowey » Wed Sep 01, 2010 11:29 pm UTC

ha! like an in-seam zip, though a big fin rather than feet would be a bonus.

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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby styrofoam » Wed Sep 01, 2010 11:32 pm UTC

Hm...
Firstly, I wouldn't want brain wifi. I'd rather have a set of radios closer to the average smartphone: wifi, 3G/4G, bluetooth, GPS, magnetometer (I already have a perfectly good accelometer).
Perfecting what I already have (awesome eyes, stronger and lighter bones and muscles, cosmetic perfection) but beyond that I'd rather have external devices that work over bluetooth, since I can get them if I need them, but don't need to find room for them or lug them around all the time.
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Postby Belial » Thu Sep 02, 2010 4:48 pm UTC

crowey wrote:edit: sonar and the ability to process it


Ooo, yeah, that could be handy as hell. Especially if you could toggle mediums easily (air/water).
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby kingofdreams » Thu Sep 02, 2010 5:16 pm UTC

one of those drug pouches like they have in the "Culture"

I'm assuming this setting's gotten the stick out of it's ass regarding drug use.
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby JoeyJo0 » Thu Sep 02, 2010 5:59 pm UTC

If I want one thing, it's full control of my body, a la Valentine Michael Smith from stranger in a strange land.

Do I want to get drunk? Sugar -> Alcohol, as for the CO2, let me burp it out.
Do I feel breathless? Raise oxygen in my blood.
Tumor? Engage apoptosis.
Need more muscle? Proliferate muscle cells.
Deep wound? Shut down blood to that area and let cells in that area proliferate.
Bad case of diarrhea? Force intestines to take up more moisture.

Sleep(lose consciousness) on command with an internal clock.
Make every process manual or automatic at will.

Another cool thing to have would be, like everyone says, a digital interface for my brains.

And an extra piece of brain that can process things like sleep, making sleep not required anymore.
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby Whelan » Thu Sep 02, 2010 7:17 pm UTC

Adacore wrote:Nervous system mods in general would be pretty cool - selective pain regulation, as Plasma Man mentioned, but other things as well. Being able to 'script' or perfectly automate certain sequences or motions, so you can instantly learn any skill that requires pure motor memory. Musical instruments or martial arts would be a breeze, for example.

Being in the middle of a week of intensive musical-learning, this so much this.
Also, perfect pitch, and a greater vocal range for singing, as well as an in-built, selective mute. Can't remember the tune? Screw it, mute all the people singing harmonies.
Extend my sight into IR and UV.
Eidetic memory would be nice.
The ability to raise one eyebrow, lack of that skill annoys me on a nigh-daily basis.
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby Plasma Man » Fri Sep 03, 2010 11:00 am UTC

Quite a few people have gone for an eidetic memory, but I don't think it's very well thought through. Imagine never being able to forget a single mistake that you made or a moment of emotional trauma - that sounds like a nightmare to me. I'd go for a computer-style memory: Most memories are stored permanently and are always accessible, but some are locked and won't be recalled unless I specifically want to, while anything seriously traumatic can be deleted.
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby RoadieRich » Fri Sep 03, 2010 11:59 am UTC

I like the idea of deus-ex style eye-torches, but I'd go a step further, and have a laser-based projection system. That way, you can use it as a torch, or a laser pointer, or you can project images. Someone wants to know how to get somewhere? Project them a map.
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby Adacore » Fri Sep 03, 2010 12:29 pm UTC

With regards to brain augmentation, I'd quite like the chipset Julia has installed in Peter F Hamilton's Greg Mandell series. The sort of conscious intuition with high-speed logical computation fusion idea sounds pretty cool. And it would provide a similar memory function to what Plasma Man suggests. I'd prefer not to get the virus that crashes it all and wipes my memories, though...

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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby Belial » Fri Sep 03, 2010 2:34 pm UTC

Plasma Man wrote:Quite a few people have gone for an eidetic memory, but I don't think it's very well thought through. Imagine never being able to forget a single mistake that you made or a moment of emotional trauma - that sounds like a nightmare to me. I'd go for a computer-style memory: Most memories are stored permanently and are always accessible, but some are locked and won't be recalled unless I specifically want to, while anything seriously traumatic can be deleted.


With the exception of the deletion bit, I'm not sure you're saying anything different than they are. Being able to remember everything doesn't mean you always are remembering everything right now.
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby Decker » Fri Sep 03, 2010 3:34 pm UTC

I've always been a fan of the idea of a mostly mechanical body, like Ghost in the Shell (Even though Ghost in the Shell bodies seem to be horribly designed for the purpose of plot points, but anyway...). I like the idea that if I say, break my arm, I can just replace it (I've been meaning to upgrade anyway) or go to my local body shop and get it fixed. None of this being laid up for weeks crap. Not to mention the fact that mechanical bodies would be stronger, tougher, and upgradeable. We're already developing technologies that help people with artificial limbs "feel" things like temperature changes, I don't think it's going to be too long before we start replacing parts just because they're better than what we were born with.
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby angelfire » Sat Sep 04, 2010 4:34 pm UTC

pardon my ignorance, but isn't telescopic vision and microscopic vision essentially the same?

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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby Woopate » Sun Sep 05, 2010 5:45 am UTC

Enhanced visual spectrum eyes, enhanced audio spectrum ears.

Wings + whatever necessary to make them achieve relatively easy flight (carbon nanotube hollow bones)
eidetic memory
faster reflexes
Neurally linked internal computer
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby KrazyerKate » Sun Sep 05, 2010 12:15 pm UTC

angelfire wrote:pardon my ignorance, but isn't telescopic vision and microscopic vision essentially the same?


Telescopic vision only works at long ranges. Eagles and Hawks can see their prey from up in the sky, but that doesn't mean they can see the microbes living in their nests.

I think it's the non-human improvements that interest me the most. It's a given that we all are going to want the best legs, lungs, eyes, etc. that we can get. It's when we start debating the merits of things that will never come naturally on a human that things get interesting.

Wings: I love this idea. Given the size of a human being though, they're going to have to be huge, especially if we're also getting super-buff muscles and unbreakable bones. This would make for a lot of problems in a world where I sit in a classroom or in front of a computer for a lot of my day. I might go for fragile bones and other mods to make my body-mass lighter if it meant I could fly better or have less cumbersome wings.

Penis: The other thing that worries me about getting too many insane mods is that the more practical they are, the more likely they'll be really ugly. I know that in a world populated by modified humans this thing will be completely normal, but I still think i'd be a bit weirded out by someone with tentacles coming out of their chest.

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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby tastelikecoke » Sun Sep 05, 2010 2:15 pm UTC

Playing your favorite music neurologically in your head. That way you wouldn't get caught having earphones or headphones.

also: extremely low pitch hearing (the 20Hz ones used by elephants), high voices, and improved echolocation.

The question is if this body part modding will be expensive or dirt cheap. Logically it would be very expensive, so that means rich people have insane mods, while poor people will... wait, that's like Bioshock! I fear there will be an insane amount of splicers once the whole humanity got their hands on modding. Probably they won't be drug addict crazy though.

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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby Osha » Sun Sep 05, 2010 4:42 pm UTC

tastelikecoke wrote:Playing your favorite music neurologically in your head. That way you wouldn't get caught having earphones or headphones.
Sometimes (less so nowadays) to help me fall asleep I can get my brain to make up orchestral music on the fly, it is indeed pretty sweet.

Anyhow, I'd like to know every known language fluently without learning them o:.
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Re: Science Fiction: Body Parts

Postby Mike_Bson » Sun Sep 05, 2010 5:29 pm UTC

You know how your decent vision only covers about 2 degrees of your vision? I'd make that cover all my vision.


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