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Pseudoretrocyborg is a term used to describe a cyborg transformation intended to recreate a lost form that never existed; well, we're pretty far into science fiction, here, but we can imagine, say, a retrocyborg made to look like a spirit-channeling translator, someone receiving the words of the target text from the spirit world (might be an attractive display at the main LDS museum in Salt Lake City, a cyborg demonstration of how Joseph Smith actually translated the Book of Mormon - although, of course, the Mormons would want to call the cyborg translator a retrocyborg rather than a pseudoretrocyborg).[1]


  1. Cyborg Translation http://home.olemiss.edu/~djr/pages/writer/articles/html/cyborg.html