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Dec 5, 2009

An Apocalypse to Believe In

Give Me A Biotech Apocalypse That I Can Believe In

So Hollywood trashed the world in 2012, and scourged it in The Road. But neither apocalypse delivered the sweet tang of satisfaction. That's because what the Earth needs now are life-distorting biotech mutation stories. Here's why.

from i09.com


At 3:24 AM , Blogger Zoro said...

As a current resident of the planet, I am hooked on the differentiation I see around me. Seemingly clear species boundaries, while I can also understand that flora and fauna were not always as they stand in my epoch. On one hand, the Kogi provoke a hollywood blockbuster about massive planetary change, on the other, 5 go mad at Kew gardens.
Most of the scientists I have seen portrayed, are switched-on survivalists and I wonder, if, given a freer hand, some brilliant mutants or human robotics might help the planet escape this cul-de-sac standing right ahead.


At 6:35 AM , Blogger Indigobusiness said...

Perhaps this actual snake, eating its own tail, offers a clue and a context...and a reminder?

At 3:02 PM , Blogger Zoro said...

That's what I mean (shrieking). Our earth stands in the lake of infinite space, a particle in infinity. A rock that provokes awe because it is a total fluke and so needs our urgent attention, if only because we can. 'Eternity' who mixes and blends our time-bound stays on Earth, who allocates the number of days in which we are free to create our liberations and choose our procliv ities in moralty and ethics. Circle Game, a pretty ditty for the likes of us who praise eternity and crave the knowledge of sacred futility.


At 3:39 PM , Blogger Indigobusiness said...

Futility is only significant in attachment to outcomes.

Nature is awesome in all its terrible aspects, contemporary and erstwhile flukes, never mind cosmic inevitabilities.

"Be here now,' said the Buddha, 'nothing is as it seems...nor is it otherwise.'"


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