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(jar had to be invented before his death, or he was cloned and created it, then his clone was put into the jar, the Star Trek episode flashbacks(set in 2266) show that the jars existed back then, 733 years before the allegedly existed)
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'''Heads in Jars''' was invented sometime in the 23rd century, created by [[Ron Popeil's head|Ron Popeil]]. They can be used to store and preserve the heads of celebrities and even long dead historical figures from presidents to historical villains, through special cloning from the DNA of that person. They can even use robotic limbs in the jar or attach themselves to move around. The liquid inside is called [[H2OGfat|H<sub>2</sub>OG<sub>fat</sub>]].
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'''Heads in Jars''' was invented sometime by the 23rd century, created by [[Ron Popeil's head|Ron Popeil]]. They can be used to store and preserve the heads of celebrities and even long dead historical figures from presidents to historical villains, through special cloning from the DNA of that person. They can even use robotic limbs in the jar or attach themselves to move around. The liquid inside is called [[H2OGfat|H<sub>2</sub>OG<sub>fat</sub>]].
   
 
It's also possible to revive already dead heads. Some examples of such characters include [[Elvis Presley's head|Elvis Presley]] (died in 1977), [[Richard M. Nixon's head|Richard M. Nixon]] (died in 1994), and [[Abraham Lincoln's head|Abraham Lincoln]] (died in 1865).
 
It's also possible to revive already dead heads. Some examples of such characters include [[Elvis Presley's head|Elvis Presley]] (died in 1977), [[Richard M. Nixon's head|Richard M. Nixon]] (died in 1994), and [[Abraham Lincoln's head|Abraham Lincoln]] (died in 1865).

Revision as of 22:03, April 2, 2016


Heads in Jars was invented sometime by the 23rd century, created by Ron Popeil. They can be used to store and preserve the heads of celebrities and even long dead historical figures from presidents to historical villains, through special cloning from the DNA of that person. They can even use robotic limbs in the jar or attach themselves to move around. The liquid inside is called H2OGfat.

It's also possible to revive already dead heads. Some examples of such characters include Elvis Presley (died in 1977), Richard M. Nixon (died in 1994), and Abraham Lincoln (died in 1865).

Known Heads in Jars

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