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?

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Current (male) workers are not-good and exceptions can be made for (good) female workers.

From the transcript: ROMNEY: We’re going to have to have employers in the new economy, in the economy I’m going to bring to play, that are going to be so anxious to get good workers they’re going to be anxious to hire women. Let’s start with that First clause: “We’re going to have to have […]

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Red Can

I want to share this with you fellows. I’ve mentioned it to Dan and Wil, and Kosmo has almost certainly seen it on my Facebook page, but I want answers. Is a can of Coca-Cola actually less terrible for you than a can of Minute Maid Fruit Punch? Are these numbers deceptive in any way?

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BFI’s Top 50 Films

Okay, so it’s inherently absurd to make a list like this, but it’s always good for conversation. BFI notably polled a much larger pool of people for this decade’s survey, which lead to some interesting results.   Spoiler alert: Vertigo is king potato. No movie made after 2001 made the list, and the movie 2001 is in the […]

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Snoop Dogg vs. Snoop Lion

In keeping with the themes of Red Shirt week… Okay, this has nothing to do with Star Trek. Snoop Dogg went to Jamaica, was told by a high priest that he is “no more” Snoop Dogg so he changed his name to Snoop Lion. (Click the image above for the link.) the High Priest asked […]

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