Okay, I know this is horrible, but did anyone see the baby in china who has a fully developed, partially functional third arm? Well I read with interest because they said they were trying to figure out which arm to remove. I think that is awful, as who knows how functional either arm could be. BUT I was fascinated because I was thinking, what if I could knit, and still do something else with the third arm, like HOLD A BOOK?
Anyway, I am just not sure that a perfectly good arm should be removed? And if the child is still so young, maybe with physical therapy he could learn to use all of them?
I can’t make the link work, it is on Yahoo!