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“Parts Developed In An Unusual Manner”
Well, Dr. Leakey (sp?) sounds like an amped-up Ray Kurzweil, and the fact that he actually doesn't sound too far off of Kurzweil says a lot about the latter and none of it is flattering.
vandermonde @avclub-77a30f3aed77aef3d4ed12bf43df6964 There are ...
May 13, 2013 - 7:22 AM
You don't have to modify genes to have tests show up differently. Allergies. for one, aren't inherited (though the capacity or likelihood for certain allergies is). If two clones were raised in different countries and you did an ...
May 13, 2013 - 7:09 AM
One reason for it might be the lack of sexual dimorphism among humans. As primates go, we're pretty androgynous. (Males aren't that much bigger than females, for instance).
May 13, 2013 - 6:58 AM
fusillade762 and @avclub-5751693536add9cb4b813590b0fedbf9 @avclub-213aac604c535d3193d0e77427bfa34f There are two issues here.
First, think of identical twins. We don't expect even identical twins, who are human clones, to be the same people. And if you know any sets of twins it's ...
May 13, 2013 - 6:52 AM
An autographed memento from a morning spent with Kal Penn and the Everclear guy
Speaking as a fellow journalist, there are ethical lapses and ethical lapses. This one was pretty minor. You have to take things in context a wee bit. Erik was writing for a small college paper on a subject that isn ...
May 6, 2013 - 4:08 PM
The books you’ve loved longest
Seconded on Earthsea. I still have the old Bantam editions. The ones with the illustrations by Gail Garraty. Those first three books were one of the things that made me love prose. LeGuin is a goddamned national treasure.
May 3, 2013 - 10:00 AM
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