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"Chinese scientists genetically modify human embryos"

“In a world first, Chinese scientists have reported editing the genomes of human embryos. The results are published1 in the online journal Protein & Cell… researchers … tried to head off such concerns by using ‘non-viable’ embryos, which cannot result in a live birth… 45 more words

News

Philosophy of the Keexzus, No. 71: Cultural Stacking

Philosophy of the Keexzus, No. 71: Cultural Stacking

It is the opinion of the herd to believe its own opinion as truth. It is the opinion of the herd to live by its conditioned reactive collective mind. 262 more words

'71 in 2015: Less a War Movie and More a Frantic Grasp For Life

Ireland and Great Britain have a very long, complex and hostile history. One of the periods where this tension was most visible was during a violent and politically charged period during the sixties and seventies known as “The Troubles.” As you can probably guess, this is what the movie is about. 689 more words

'71

Very well made and with some excellent acting, Yann Demange’s ’71 really manages to recreate the atmosphere of the early seventies, and I found it exciting from start to finish. 902 more words

Films

My recommendations for movie watching this week in L.A. 4/3-4/10/2015

ON NETFLIX: The Dead Zone is one of the better adaptations of Stephen King. It stars Christopher Walken as a man who ends up in a coma, but when he awakens can see the future if he touches someone. 306 more words

Seeing '71

Monday was my day off so I spent it very responsibly…binge-watching the first season of Garfunkel and Oates and going to the movies.  I loved… 252 more words

Fun Times

My March '15 in Review

Another month down and another arbitrary post pertaining to my viewing habits throughout the past few weeks. Flaccid in comparison to my noticeably more prolific February outing, work and its coinciding stress-inducing bullshit has reared its ugly head as has my short attention span. 108 more words

The Month In Review