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fantastic news for asians who want to look white
samnang
post Nov 3 2011, 07:06 PM
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http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/arch...e-color/247831/

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A doctor in Laguna Beach, California, has developed a method for permanently transforming brown eyes to blue, using a laser to destroy brown pigments in the iris. After the procedure, which reportedly takes less than a minute, the eyes will gradually change color over a two- to three-week period, as the destroyed melanin is slowly shed, revealing the blue color the melanin had concealed. The above picture shows someone who has had the treatment on just the eye's lower portion.
Gregg Homer, who first filed a patent on the procedure in 2001, told KTLA news in Los Angeles that he expects it to become available in the United States in about three years and to cost around $5,000.


Among Homer's other patent applications, we can find a "method and device for dermal retraction and collagen and elastin generation" and "smart sex toys" (almost NSFW). Neither of those has been issued, despite excellent imagery in the latter's paperwork.


start saving up your money, rahul1000. if you get this along with some skin and hair bleaching, you just might be able to pass for a white guy and get that east asian women you've been dreaming about.




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GaleHarold
post Nov 4 2011, 08:08 AM
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There is going to be a side effect to this....just wait. Either you will develop eyesight problem or the brown color will come back.
Want blue eyes? Start mating with those with blue eye genes and pass them off to the next generation! Nothing like the real thing!
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