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(Gizmodo)   Anyone can study bacteria. Not everyone can study bacteria by having infections fight to the death inside microscopic monkey skulls   (gizmodo.com) divider line 9
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2013-10-08 12:22:03 AM
Subby should have thrown the "3D printed" part into the headline for added troll bait.
 
2013-10-08 04:51:55 AM
No, not everyone, one supposes.
 
2013-10-08 06:32:16 AM
Although EXTREMELY cool, I am questioning the wisdom of creating a bacterial Thunderdome.
 
2013-10-08 07:51:50 AM
Michigan State University has been able to study macro-evolution for a full 25 years now using strains of E. coli bacteria.

50,000 generations later, they've got some impressive data collected.
 
2013-10-08 09:34:56 AM
Microscopic Monkey Skulls would be a fantastic album name.
 
2013-10-08 11:22:50 AM
I'll just leave this music here for your pleasure.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHAOkDamRzU
 
2013-10-08 12:52:01 PM
Microscopic monkey skulls? That would be the IPCC then.
 
2013-10-08 03:49:29 PM
Is it bad that this is the first thing I thought of?
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2013-10-08 08:40:48 PM

fusillade762: Subby should have thrown the "3D printed" part into the headline for added troll bait.


Yes, clearly the capacity to create very small dollar-store trinkets is the key. The key to everything ever.

Integrated circuits? It's been 3D printing all along!
 
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