I’m a grower, not a show-er. Of course, I’m talking about my fingers and toes. Matthew Hutson in The New Yorker: Persuading the Body to Regenerate Its Limbs. “‘Regeneration is not just for so-called lower animals,’ Levin said, as an image of Prometheus appeared on the screen behind him. Deer can regenerate antlers; humans can regrow their liver. ‘You may or may not know that human children below the age of approximately seven to eleven are able to regenerate their fingertips,’ he told the audience. Why couldn’t human-growth programs be activated for other body parts—severed limbs, failed organs, even brain tissue damaged by stroke?”