The day of the bionic human is rapidly approaching; the day when machines blend with organic components to replace damaged bones, repair muscles, improve blood circulation and possibly makes us immortal.
As we expand outwards, examining and listening to the stars, the question becomes not so much are we alone, but how we can explore the far reaches of space.
Dogs of science remains an uncomfortable subject today, given our new standards of elevating canines to the deserving status of human beings, all the while we disregard anything that doesn’t have a snout and floppy ears.
The Future is being written by the Nerds of the world.
Clearly, the people in charge of GMO are not human at all.
The End is upon us! The Sky is Falling! The Messiah Cometh!
Mike- While not many are tuned in to the remarkable nature of a Mars landing it’s easy to forget that not too long ago, this was a thing of science fiction.
Bill The Butcher- Of all the wonders of modern medicine, on that never ceases to amaze science based people is the refusal of life-saving interventions.
Karla Fetrow- Beverly Strom did not expect she would have to make the news, not just report it. She now finds herself in a whirlwind of conspiracy and violence.
Bill the Butcher: So, yes, bacteria on Mars are something of a gargantuan deal; but it’s more than just the fact that bacteria are important to life.