I used to hear about cloning woolly mammoths and other animals all the time? Is this still happening and I'm out of the loop? Or has the scientific community moved on?
There used to be talk of cloning extinct animals, like dodo birds, tasmanian tigers, and of course woolly mammoths. Are we even still cloning things? Clones are super cool and I want more of them. I mean, more of said thing is what clones are all about, right?
I want to see these guys at the zoo. The clone zoo.
This picture could have trees and mammoths.
“What is sarcasm? God I wonder...”
If we can clone sheep, how far could we possibly be from a mammoth?
Science faster please.
We need more dodos so we can sculpt better statues.
If we cloned it, the tasmanian tiger could get even more stamps!
"You are traveling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land of imagination. Next stop, the Twilight Zone!" The opening credits to The Twilight Zone read by Rod Sterling.
Okay, starting off pretty simple. This is clearly steampunk. If there is a boat but it's in the sky and not in the water, it is almost certainly steampunk. Top hats and goggles are also staples of steampunk. Everything being bronze colored is also a steampunk trope.
With season 2 of Star Trek Discovery coming soon, and Star Wars Episode 9 coming next year, my friends and I were going back and forth about which series is better? One has had a stronger presence on the big screen more so than the other but which has had a stronger cultural impact?
I have been hearing people chatter about the possibility of a "Dyson Sphere", and how it could harness the power of the sun. This confuses me. We already have Dyson Spheres, people just get the name wrong.
Harlan Ellison's 1967 short story, "I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream" is widely considered to be a science fiction masterpiece. Taking place 109 years in the future, it is a harrowing tale of 5 human survivors, kept alive by the wicked AM.
By this I mean creatures that just seem to float around, seemingly under no power of their own. Things that move like this tend to be very hard to escape from, as little will really stop them. They're also silent.