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Creating a scientifically semi-valid super-soldier, part 4: respiratory system

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Creating a scientifically semi-valid super-soldier, part 6: Radiation protection

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Creating a scientifically semi-valid super-soldier, part 3: Physical shock resistance

Part 1 here: Creating a scientifically semi-valid super-soldier, part 1: Skeleton Part 2 here: Creating a scientifically semi-valid super-soldier, part 2: nervous system In most movies, comics and ...
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Improving human reaction time

In this question, we were provided a look at what would happen if a human-like species was capable of moving faster than the speed of sound. The consequences of such a modification seem rather ...
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Creating a scientifically semi-valid super-soldier, part 1: Skeleton [closed]

Sometimes you just want to have a dragon, giant scorpion or a superhuman that has a bit more realism behind it than "it's strong, fast, can jump extreme distances despite it's weight and it's smart, ...
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Creating a scientifically semi-valid super-soldier, part 8: Communication

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Creating a scientifically semi-valid super-soldier, part 7: Hearing

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Creating a scientifically semi-valid super-soldier, part 5: Heart and circulatory system

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Creating a scientifically semi-valid super-soldier, addendum: Metabolism

A while back Demigan had a running series of posts about various aspects biological enhancement for the purpose of designing super-soldiers with an element of (pseudo) science behind them. You can ...
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Creating a scientifically semi-valid super-soldier, part 9: Temperature control

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What should the faster nerves be like?

In 1830, one of the greatest physiologists of the 19th century, Johann Müller, declared that the rate of propagation of electrical impulse in neurons was impossible to measure. In his opinion, since ...
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