Image of the Day: Made-to-order Heart
Inside a bioreactor, the cells of a human heart are washed away by detergents, leaving a protein scaffolding that can then be injected with heart-muscle precursor cells.
Ottlab, Massachusetts General Hospital
Future, please. Oh! It’s already here.
Wigwam Bam, page 60
With LOVE & ROCKETS, the best soap opera of my adolescence, Los Hernandez Bros gave imagery and representation to my subculture’s existence, not found anywhere else.
"We have concrete proof that they have already, terrorists groups and others, are taking action, making changes, and it’s going to make our job tougher,” said Gen. Keith Alexander, in an interview at the Aspen Security Conference in Colorado.
Bold emphasis mine. Let me guess, we’ve seen people stop using services that have shown to be handing over data to the NSA. We’ve seen people take an interest in and begin using encryption in emails. We’ve seen people talking about encrypting their hard drives. We’ve seen people start using VPNs and Tor. Basically we’ve seen people take matters into their own hands because it’s obvious they are being sold out left and right all over the web. And if normal people are doing it, terrorists must be doing it too. Because at end of the day, who is a terrorist depends entirely on what argument is being made at that particular moment.