I’m thrilled by the scientific capability. I have a problem with his answer to the final question, though. How can you argue to bring back species sent to extinction by the carelessness of humanity at the cost of other species? Isn’t that just exchanging one extinct species for another? Possibly more?Read More De-Extinction
Hulu is making 24 of Akira Kurosawa’s Criterion pictures available for FREE this weekend to celebrate the great man’s birthday. Criterion threw this picture up on their Tumblr:Read More Kurosawa’s Birthday Gift from Hulu to Us
First there was this video: Then the author of the video admitted it was fake. 100% Fake. As in: the entire video was computer animated. Here’s the Wired article.Read More UFO Over Santa Clarita
This makes waaaay too much sense to me. (Hats off to Scott for making me Google it.) Giant Godzilla Christmas Tree Spruces Up Tokyo Mall.Read More Christzillamas Tree
The problem with this video: Is that it inspired this video: And when you hear them both, you can’t stop humming, “cooool ways to di-hie”Read More Requiem for a Meme
Special thanks to Dan Sutter (who couldn’t post the article himself,) for the incontrovertible proof that the Ancients had table-top role-playing games…right after my silly sketch: “You enter the Academy of the future. Books are everywhere, but there are these, things, that are like uh-hundred books, even though they’re the size of one, and you […]Read More The Ancients Knew How to Roll
It’s a Halloween miracle! Here is a zombie movie, that will be released for free under the Creative Commons agreements, that was shot at the Large Hadron Collider, by scientists working at the Large Hadron Collider, and news of its release came to me on Dogmic’s birthday! Special thanks to Wired and this article, without […]Read More Zombies, CERN, Free, Internet, Dogmic, Birthday, Halloween, Movies, Science
Like many Smitch comics, this one is inspired by real events. view as PNG or PDFRead More Happy Hollowing!