Up until about a century ago, the ability to actually look inside of something or even someone without physically opening them up was simply a matter of science fiction. But if an age filled with pocket-sized computers, solar panels, and electric powered cars have taught us anything, it is that science eventually catches up with science fiction.
When Thomas Edison invented the first machine able to perform x-ray inspections, the medical field was changed forever. The scientific understanding of how the body functions and methods to treat illnesses and injuries improved drastically, seemingly overnight.
However, as incredible as this new piece of technology was, as with any other piece of technol