Demons Dialog & Revelation

Log in and share your knowledge
Demons Dialog & Revelation
Welcome to Demons Dialog & Revelation..Please join us in the fight against lies and the noble task of digging up the truth.
Breaking News from
Eight N.Y. High School Students Test Positive for Swine Flu, N.Y. Mayor Says

The federal government declares a public health emergency, as the number of cases of swine flu in the U.S. rises to 20.

Who is online?

In total there is 1 user online :: 0 Registered, 0 Hidden and 1 Guest


[ View the whole list ]

Most users ever online was 17 on Sun Jun 30, 2013 5:14 pm


Our users have posted a total of 371 messages in 187 subjects

We have 6 registered users

The newest registered user is crzy.beautiful


    World's first Cyborg?


    World's first Cyborg?

    Post by Guest on Fri Apr 03, 2009 8:24 am

    Finnish Man To Become World’s First Cyborg?

    Article from here

    “Jerry Jalava, a young man from Finland, has all chances to become the world’s first cyborg. A part of his body has been equipped with the Linux Operating System. The man designed several programs for his finger, which works as a USB drive, website wrote.

    The man says that he is thrilled to have a 2GB memory stick instead of a finger. He wrote on his blog that it was a very useful device which could never be lost. “It is not attached permanently to my body so when I’m using the USB I just leave my finger inside the slot and pick it up when I’ve finished,” he said.

    The readers of Germany’s Die Welt believe that the Finnish man has a right to claim the title of the first cyborg in the world.
    The man lost his finger in an accident on the outskirts of Helsinki, the capital of Finland. He was riding his motorbike when a deer suddenly appeared on the road. He was hospitalized with minor injuries after the crash, where he had to have the ring finger on his left hand amputated.

    After the operation Jalava decided to visit the hospital again to have the prosthetic finger. The medics suggested the young programmer should equip the removable plastic finger with a 2GB memory stick. The patient was thrilled with such an opportunity.

    It is not ruled out that many people will be using such bionic devices in their everyday life in the future.”
    Second article from here -

    Helsinki- A computer programmer who lost a finger in a motorbike crash has replaced it with a USB drive. Jerry Jalava built a prosthetic finger, left, which contains a 2GB memory stick for storing photos, films and other files. Mr Jalava peels back the prosthetic from its “nail” to show the flash drive. He said: “It is not attached permanently to my body so when I’m using the USB I just leave my finger inside the slot and pick it up when I’ve finished.” The idea came to him when surgeons joked about a “finger drive” after his accident.


    These photos are from Jerry Jalava’s site here -

      Current date/time is Thu Feb 21, 2019 4:52 am