Talk:441: Babies

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The explanation says that "disassembling a child will be impractical and possibly lethal for the child". I don't think that disassembling a child could be "possibly lethal". Unless your definition of "disassembling a child" is something like plucking strands of hair off them, if you took a child apart, they would die. I'm changing the explanation. (Also, sorry, I'm kinda new here, but I hope I'm doing the signature thing correctly.) Caeleste Alarum (talk)

I am honestly surprised no one put a [Citation needed] tag after "It will kill the child". -Pennpenn 00:59, 25 June 2015 (UTC)

"I don't think that disassembling a child could be "possibly lethal"." => We do organ transplants in people daily. And reattach severed appendages. It is well within the abilities of medical science to disassemble a person to an extreme degree and reassemble them with a high probability of a full recovery. Wether Cueball and Megan will be doing the disassembly themselves is somewhat vague - they can hire someone. The ethics of this action have been deliberately ignored here, so don't whine about how "barbaric" the procedure would be. (talk) (please sign your comments with ~~~~)

Replacing someone's organs is very different to completely taking someone apart. Beanie (talk) 10:44, 25 March 2021 (UTC)