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Journal of Biological Silly - Cone

Development

Silicone Breast Implants and Effects on Infants


Development
Zusichoni Sususkati, Claramendi Boldi,*, Cigliolitaa Mediferantp and
Grimano Walterds

Institute of General Physiology and Biochemistry, Faculty of Infants Development, University of Carambugnia
and Department of Structural and Functional Silicone Devlopment, University of Colubmbrania

Received 31 November 2008; first review notified 29 February 2001; accepted 01 April 2009

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SUMMARY

The aim of this experimental work was to investigate effects on


babies fed by mothers with silicone implants. During the 12 months of
research we found that silicone implants have profound effects on
growing babies. Babies that were breast fed by mothers with silicone
implants showed higher intelligence and self confidence. Our null
hypothesis was that there will not be any difference between three groups
of babies, one fed by mothers with silicone implants, divided in three
sizes, and second group of babies fed by mothers without any implants
(control group). Each observable group contained 1000 babies.
Observations were conducted every three months for duration of one
year. Breast feed babies by mothers with silicone implants showed almost
immediate interest in computer technology, research, higher IQ and more
self confidence. All examined babies developed normally without any
morphologically abnormalities. After the first month all babies were
examined and computer was placed in front of them. From 3000 babies
fed by mothers with silicone implants, 2984 have created their own profile
on the major social networking groups on the web sites, 2604 have
created their own web page, 2509 developed new computer technologies.
In contrast with control group there was not any activity related to
computer, they preferred playing with boring old fashioned toys. From
3000 babies, fed by mothers with silicone implants, 628 found work at
several computer companies in Silicon Valley, age at employment was
between 6 and 9 months. Their first year Presented data shows that
babies fed by mother with silicone implants were developing long term IQ
and at much higher rate than control group. From the presented data and
results we have rejected our null hypothesis and conclude that silicone
has positive irreversible effects on the development of the babies.

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INTRODUCTION
Silicone, what does it do and how does it affect normal cell function?
Major effect of silicone can be seen in the disrupting the balance of the
cell osmotic environment. Because of its chemical composition silicon can
flow quite easily through the membrane into the cell, disrupting the
osmotic balance (movement of the water in and out of the cell) of the cell
in a way that that too much water is released from the cell casing the cell
to shrink (hypertonic medium), creating instable environment. Inside the
cell silicone binds with the water (hydrogen binding) disrupting the
molecular organization of the water. All this interactions can cause the
stretching of the membrane. Extensive research is conducted on the
silicone influence on the cell membrane and cell function, Mortaleguila
and colleagues conducted research of the silicone effects on the cells that
make up 80 – 80% of brain mass of the brain, “However, the highest
silicone concentration (60 mmol/l) induced a sharp increase in cell
movement and coordinative work. The effect of silicone on cell movement
was related to silicium detoxination. “ (Mortaleguila et al 2004).
Available literature shows that baby development is severely
positive influenced by silicon presence, particularly in development of
brain - central nervous system (Tavelas et al. 2007). Extensive research
by diverse research institutions worldwide indicates that Silicone
Syndrome (SS) has positive effects on early development of the babies.
Early exposure of developing babies to the silicone causes (SS) Silicone
Syndrome which have positively affects on developing of babies. Positive
clinical consequences of breast feeding by mother with silicone implants
include increased brain functions, head and facial likness with Barbie
dolls, better organisation of bodily organs, better functionality of the
central nervous system and increased memory. Observable effects are
characterized by quicker growth, smooth skin, intelligent interactions with
computer and higher IQ. (Bodingright and Frinith, 1995).Demonstrated
from previous research groups using chicken model and the analysing of
the beneficial effects, as we are attempting in this experiment, is
comparable to those effects in humans. In experiment from (Ruterson and
colleagues 1999) implants were placed in chucks and several positive
effects were observed on the young chicks that were breast fed.
The aim of this experiment was to investigate effects of silicone breast
implants on the developing babies. We looked for phenotypic effects as
well as intellectual effects and compared our results to previous research.
Previous research has not presented a conclusive model for size of
implants and effects, in our research we have observed 3 sizes of implants
and compared with control. Babies that were fed by mothers with GG size
of implants showed highest development during the first year. Besides the

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positive intellectual benefits our research showed following remarkable
observations:
1. Feeding time for babies by mothers with silicone implants was
much shorter
2. Intake quantity of the breast silicone / milk was much lesser

Such results showed that there is improved time that mothers have to
spend with their babies and quantity of milk / silicone concentrations that
have to be carried by mothers.

Methods

Our experiment was conducted on 4000 mothers, divided in four groups,


1000 babies fed by mothers with silicone implant size CC, 1000 with size
DD, 1000 with size GG and 1000 babies that were fed by mothers without
implants. Babies were examined three times during the one year of
observation and three hours computer test were given each time.

Animal (ethics) guidelines enforced by the law of the University


were followed in regard of treatment and disposal of treated samples.

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RESULTS

This experiment was conducted to show how different sizes of


silicone implants effects development of the babies during the one year of
development. From the collected data and following graphs we can see
that silicone has positive effects on the babies development. Effects of
silicon on the computer skills development can be seen in graph (Figure
1.), there is a steady increase in the intellectual development among all
three treatment samples. We can conclude that intelligence increases as
the silicon implant size increases. Effects of silicon on the babies trying to
solve Rubik’s cube can be seen in graph (Figure 2.), there is a highest
percentage of babies fed by mothers with silicone implants that solve the
Rubik’s cube within the 4 seconds. Notable differences were observed in
the physical development of the babies that were fed by mothers with
silicone implants and between babies that were fed by mothers without
implants.

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Figure 1. Number of babies that established own profile on social
networkingduring one year profile.

The graph (Fig.1) illustrates steady increase in the intellectual


development between the babies feed with silicone implants and
significant difference between the babies fed with mother having silicone
implants and mothers without. Only 34 out of 1000 babies that were fed
with mothers without implants established their own profile on the social
networking sites. Data from this graph suggests that silicone implants
have beneficial effects on the intellectual development of the babies.

Figure 1. Number of babies that solved Rubik’s cube in time below the
4 seconds.

The graph (Fig.1) illustrates steady increase in the intellectual


development between the babies feed with silicone implants and
significant difference between the babies fed with mother having silicone
implants and mothers without. Only 69 out of 1000 babies that were fed

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with mothers without implants solved Rubik’s cube before 4 seconds. Data
from this graph suggests that silicone implants have beneficial effects on
the intellectual development of the babies.

Figure 2. Sample of babies fed by mother with silicone implants


Physical characteristics showed very smooth skin, suggesting a perfect
Barbie baby, and proportional development of the body parts. High
forehead indicates that those babies developed higher quantities of brain
mass.

Figure 3. Sample of babies fed by mother without implants .

The Figure 3 shows us clearly physical deformations that were observed in


most of the babies fed by mothers without any implants.

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DISCUSSION

This experiment was conducted to show the effects of different


silicon sizes of breast implants on the developing of the babies. The
results showed positive increase in the size of the intelligence level and
circulatory system, and increase in head size. From the collected data
and the graph (Fig.1) we can see sharp increase in development in thye
group of babies fed by mothers with silicone implants. Similar experiment
was performed by scientists on the babies with conclusions that silicon
effects have positively effects on craniofacial, cardiovascular and skeletal
circulatory system and further development (Kohtiu et al. 2008). Visual
difference in size of the circulatory system can be seen by comparing the
Fig. 1. and Fig. 2. All available literature on the research states that
there is positive effect on the babies intellectual development, but they
didn’t involve sophisticated computer testings and analysis that we
implemented during our research, with result that we can’t compare our

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findings and data from this research groups. Still we can see the
significance of the result in the presented data and graphs. All samples
that were treated with silicone are showing increased growth of
intelligence system in comparison with the control samples. That all
indicates higher than normal growth during the early development of the
babies. Taken measurements that are statistically analysed suggest
rejection of our null hypothesis and we can conclude that there are
positive effects of the silicon on the developing of the baby’s intellectual
properties as observed during the one year of our research.

Results from the similar experiments from other researchers shows


that the silicone does have great influence on the growth of the babies in
the begin stage of development, and our experiment shows significant
difference in the growth of the control and treatment samples. From the
graph (Fig.1) we can see that there is steady increase in intellectual
development of the babies and that increase is followed by the increase of
the size of the silicone implant.

We can conclude that there is positive effect of silicon on the


development of the babies intellectual properties. Our findings are that as
the silicone size increases, the body length of babies increases, research
conducted by (Sholer and Minguare, 2009) states similar results.
Research conducted on Japanese babies has similar findings, “It is
therefore concluded that alteration of enzymes and protoplasm contents
of brain neural cells by silicone could be used as an indicator of
intellectual growth which might be the result of disruption of specific gene
function during the feeding and baby development.” (Xzliaotu et al. 2008).
Our conclusion is that silicone implants have positive effect on the
development of babies in the several ways. Presence of silicone increases
the body length of the babies and that as the size of silicone increases,
the increase of the intelligence increases too. Future mothers should be
motivated to surgically increase in breast size with silicone implants prior
to the birth of the baby.

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Tavelas, M.M. and Flint, S.M. (1995) Increased cell proliferation and induced
neural crest cell numbers in silicone babies Journal of Clinical Silicone. 19(2), pp
398-3861

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