I'm learning more about lifeless cells right now, and in particular what i'm wondering about is can the use of fish's lens one day help blind people? As i was reading in my Google Reader, a magazine article, Lifeless Cells Ensure Sharp Vision", Science Daily, April 5th, 2009 caught my attention because scientists have found out that the lens in a fish seem to create a sharper vision allowing them to see better in the day as well as in the night.
I think that one day we can find a way of helping the blind to regain their vision and the possible use of fishs so that people can obtain sharper vision. It may lead to less accidents and for people to become more aware of the surrounding. It makes me wonder how far science will go to try to make our planet a more advanced place that can help us but then again it all dependes on the person and how they use their knowledge.