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"...the only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn like the fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars..." - Jack Kerouac

The military, microbes and secret tests using the United States public
Topic: Science 7:29 pm EDT, Oct 22, 2001

"...the Army had staged a mock biological attack on San Francisco, secretly spraying the city with Serratia and other agents thought to be harmless. The goal: to see what might happen in a real germ-warfare attack."

This is a scary thing to think about. Why they hadn't discovered that Serratia was harmful yet is something I am going to research.

The military, microbes and secret tests using the United States public


Intel Backs Protein Project
Topic: Science 9:17 am EDT, Oct 18, 2001

This is a cool thing that Tom first brought my attention to. Folding@home is a screensaver program that uses your pc to do research on how proteins fold (and now misfold) and then sends the data to Stanford. I have had this running on my laptop for a few weeks now, and not only does it look neat, but you are progressing science. :)

Intel Backs Protein Project


Biopunk | August 8, 2001 | techsploitation
Topic: Biology 9:06 am EDT, Oct 18, 2001

"CYBERPUNK IS PASSé. The Internet boom was a joke. Steve Jobs is a dink, Bill Gates is a fascist, and Carly Fiorina has lost the Midas touch. The days of Mondo 2000 are long over. What new techno-arts revolution will come next? Which new batch of writers and mad scientists will inspire us in the 2000s?

The answer has already arrived: it's the biopunk revolution."

Werd!:)

Biopunk | August 8, 2001 | techsploitation


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Topic: Humor 9:01 am EDT, Oct 18, 2001

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Cancer Fight Dips Into Microchips
Topic: Nano Tech 5:30 pm EDT, Oct 17, 2001

Nanotech helps detect cancerous cells

Cancer Fight Dips Into Microchips


BBC News | SCI/TECH | Scientists criticise Hawking 'hype'
Topic: Science 10:55 am EDT, Oct 17, 2001

Here is the other side of the Hawking debate. I am not sure who's side to be on. Biotechnology and genetic engineering get slammed on a regular basis, and I think it is because people don't have enough information. I am confused by Hawking lately, because a few months ago, he was a proponent of genetic engineering, and now it seems he has changed his mind. Is that because of the recent bioterrorism scare? And if thats the case, why is genetic engineering the evil tool that is going to bring the human race to its knees? Things that threaten human life like anthrax, smallpox, and a host of other goodies already exist. Also, if Hawking does turn out to be right, and some doomsday virus is created that will swipe out human life, I don't think it is going to be created in a known scientific lab.....

BBC News | SCI/TECH | Scientists criticise Hawking 'hype'


Bell Labs: Bell Labs Scientists Usher in New Era of Molecular-Scale Electronics
Topic: Science 9:21 am EDT, Oct 17, 2001

Cool...so there really is a reason for me to make it through organic chem:)THese are impressive. Molecular-Scale Transistors.

Bell Labs: Bell Labs Scientists Usher in New Era of Molecular-Scale Electronics


New Scientist - Anthrax
Topic: Current Events 6:26 am EDT, Oct 17, 2001

Ok, this is getting kinda scary. THe national total of anthrax exposure cases are up to 42 now. My opinion is that this isn't bioterrorism from abroad...I think that someone saw the opportunity to take advangtage of these vunerable times, but it makes you start to think about people doing "kitchen biotechnology". Hrmm.

New Scientist - Anthrax


Welcome to City Lights Books
Topic: Literature 3:40 pm EDT, Oct 16, 2001

One of the coolest bookstores on earth

Welcome to City Lights Books


Quantum Stew: How Physicists Are Redefining Reality's Rules
Topic: Science 3:33 pm EDT, Oct 16, 2001

physics is science on crack...I love it

Quantum Stew: How Physicists Are Redefining Reality's Rules


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