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(Scientific American)   Well *that* sounds like a totally solid plan that could in no way also be the opening scene of a horror movie   (scientificamerican.com) divider line
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2021-03-08 10:35:26 PM  
Yes, but gamma ray bursts are a key ingredient in boy bands, string cheese, and sexy She-Hulk cosplayers.
So it's kind of a high risk, high reward type of thing.
 
2021-03-08 11:20:28 PM  
Neat. Kind of like the earth's appendix ready to reboot life after the next mass extinction.
 
2021-03-08 11:22:51 PM  
Just think, those bacteria have no natural immunity to Alabama cousin-wifes...
 
2021-03-08 11:23:39 PM  

Lochsteppe: Yes, but gamma ray bursts are a key ingredient in boy bands, string cheese, and sexy She-Hulk cosplayers.
So it's kind of a high risk, high reward type of thing.


Dammit...I posted on the wrong article.
 
2021-03-08 11:30:45 PM  
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2021-03-09 5:55:23 AM  

Lochsteppe: Yes, but gamma ray bursts are a key ingredient in boy bands, string cheese, and sexy She-Hulk cosplayers.
So it's kind of a high risk, high reward type of thing.


String Cheese Boy Band:

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2021-03-09 8:31:02 AM  
Opening to a horror movie or the start of a hentai flick. Either way I'm making popcorn.
 
2021-03-09 10:46:27 AM  
Movie: in black and white, the soundtrack is on a scratchy old 45 rpm record, and a cardboard cutout set.
 
2021-03-09 10:51:56 AM  

Lochsteppe: Lochsteppe: Yes, but gamma ray bursts are a key ingredient in boy bands, string cheese, and sexy She-Hulk cosplayers.
So it's kind of a high risk, high reward type of thing.

Dammit...I posted on the wrong article.


Yeah, but it still kind of fits.
 
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