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(Wired)   Photos of Einstein, radiation and E. coli printed in bacteria are melding art and science. Next up: cheese-o-vision   (wired.com) divider line 7
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2012-09-26 12:27:22 PM
And now we know why there is no cure for cancer.
 
2012-09-26 12:27:31 PM
So, let me see if I understand this:

1. Put a bunch of microscopic critters on a petri dish.
2. Straight up kill a few million, on a whim.
3. Once image (which is a copy of an already existing photo, and thus not particularly inspired anyway) is obtained, kill the rest, and cover them in acrylic.
4. Look! That mass grave looks like Albert Einstein sticking out his tongue!

ART!
 
2012-09-26 12:57:33 PM
Feel-o-round
 
2012-09-26 01:27:41 PM
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Say something in Limburger!
 
2012-09-26 02:22:11 PM
Eh, call me when they invent Meat-Vision.
/ I'd settle for Sweet-Vision
 
2012-09-26 04:02:53 PM
Interesting, but I rather hang a picture from http://www.bevshots.com/
 
2012-09-27 10:17:02 AM
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"Photos of Einstein, radiation and E. coli printed in bacteria are melding art and science. Next up: cheese-o-vision"

Actual Meaning

"Photos including Einstein printed in E. coli bacteria using radiation are melding art and science. Next up: cheese-o-vision"

Word order, work that how does?
 
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