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#54 - You answered your own question. Your window of opportunity for…  [+] (1 reply) 12/12/2015 on RIP western civilisation 3 +15
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#111 - Shiny (12/12/2015) [-]
As Grace Hopper would know today, being pretty doesn't get a warship named after you.
#60 - Perhaps we should streamline the process a bit more and stick …  [+] (2 replies) 12/03/2015 on putting it out there 0
#73 - turtlord (12/03/2015) [-]
This is actually the setting of a show called Gene Shaft. After massive overpopulation almost leads to the extinction of the human race, It is decided that all new humans will be created artificially. They are all sterile, have a maximum natural lifespan of 30 years, and are genetically designed to fill a specific role.
#79 - organiclead (12/03/2015) [-]
And I was referring a tabletop RPG called Paranoia in which a computer called Friend Computer runs an underground city called Alpha Complex with extreme ineptitude and paranoia. The characters are all clones because you die so often making a new character each time would be very tedious.
#33 - It's showing off the da Vinci Surgical System, a cool little r…  [+] (1 reply) 12/02/2015 on Sewing a grape up 0
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#41 - senseiweasel (12/02/2015) [-]
Very well. A colleague of mine had been diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer, completely inoperable, 97% chance of fatality. He didn't accept the diagnosis, and went private - he was operated on by the Da Vinci, and not only did it completelt remove the cancer, it did it in such an unintrusive way that he (having been on the verge of death pre-op) was able to check himself out of the hospital and walk home four days later. It was absolutely incredible.