(via Jaf Project)
You cannot imagine my horror, however, when my eyes met pages filled with saccharine, pastel artwork depicting cold-eyed androids that were clearly not of our realm. In a Beautiful Mind moment of schizophrenic clarity I saw the book for what it was: not a gentle introduction to life’s most profound curiosity, but a primer for the parasitic offspring of an invisible invasion!
For the safety of our race (if any still remain) I have translated this book in the hopes that a resistance may arise.
I have no idea if this is real or not.
The cactus project involved the use of the agrobacterium system introducing the keratin gene into the cells of the cactus. By taking advantage of the totipotency of plant cells, the transformed cells were used to regenerate genetically engineered transgenic cacti. The logistical challenge was having the keratin expressed in cactus cells morphologically similar to hair and for the cactus to produce it externally.
From BBC News:
Police said it was a “brilliant idea” of software engineer Duncan Grisby, who set it after a previous burglary.
Park was given an 11-month jail term by magistrates in Cambridge on Tuesday after admitting burglary.
They posted some of the pictures that were used to nail the bastard.